Hey, Sorry, but I have a qustion on the uncertainty principle to join the many others. Just reading a book on physics, and its says that, as a result of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, if the proton and electron were confined to the same volume of space, the electron would be travelling about 2,000 times faster, as the proton is 2,000 times bigger. How is this a consequence of the uncertainty principle? It must entail the momentum and the position, but I don't see how. Thanks in advance for your responses.