Is there a mathematical or physical proof for uncertainty priciple other than the one that says if you wanna observe a particle you should collide with it,a photon and blah blah blah ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I can't accept that as a proof.Because It falls if you find another way of measuring the position of the particle.Like having a scale sensitive to the mass of that particle.

You know,I mean it does depend on your devices and doesn't suggest that the uncertainty is fundamental to the system.

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# Proof of uncertainty principle

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