- Would using gravitational waves to measure position and momentum of an electron disprove HUP since grav. waves are not "made of" particles?
Would using gravitational waves to measure (it's obviously a gedankenexperiment!) position and momentum of, say, an electron in a specific state, disprove HUP since the quantum of energy of grav. waves does not exist? Would it be possibile to have an arbitrarily small uncertainty in position measurement, and in momentum measurement (e. g. with arbitrarily small wavelenght and arbitrarily small amplitude of the wave)?