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The uncertainty principle says that you can't know position and velocity of particle at the same time. So particular we can not say that the particle is at rest at some point because then we would know it is not moving and we would know exactly where it is.

So my question is if we send the particle into the singularity of a black hole can we say that the particle does not move and we know exactly where it is? Оr the uncertainty still exist and we can say, we do know exactly where the particle is, but we do not know its velocity.

Thank you for your attention!

So my question is if we send the particle into the singularity of a black hole can we say that the particle does not move and we know exactly where it is? Оr the uncertainty still exist and we can say, we do know exactly where the particle is, but we do not know its velocity.

Thank you for your attention!

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