So this semester our lecture explained and showed us the double slit experiment. And it he explained to us the uncertainty principal that the act of observation can change the result. However this is the part where I kind of a have a problem with.. Since quantum physics is based on the uncertainty principle, due to our inability to measure photons without disrupting them, it feels like we are saying: ok, we can't measure a photons location without disrupting its destination hence it must be UNCERTAIN! therefore everything in the atomic level must act on the basis of probability.. (its like saying, because we can't measure something [due to lack of technology] it must is immeasurable, hence everything is possible!) So it leads to another question, what happens to quantum physics if one day we are able to measure photons without interfering with the experiment? Sorry if it sounds weird, I tried my best to explain it..