Hey, Physics is not my field of expertise, and i've had a few questions keeping me up nights for some time. I'm hoping that someone here with the expertise i lack will help me come to some conclusion regarding free will, as it relates to my understanding of the uncertainty principle. Okay. My understanding of the uncertainty principle is essentially that it is impossible to know, say, both the position and the velocity of a quantum particle at the same moment in time with any accuracy. That's more or less the jist of it, right? Now, that said, just because one cannot know these properties with any accuracy does not mean the do not exist, does it? A sub-atomic particle does have a precise position and velocity, the problem is that we cannot know both with any accuracy. Am i correct in my understanding? If these things are true, the only real conclusion one can draw is that, since everything in the universe is built of these particles, everything in the universe has a predetermined path. That would naturally include human action/thought. I'm sure most of you in the know have already come to some conclusion about the stated predicament, but i have not. That is why i ask, so please entertain my curiosity if you find the time. My world view is admittedly in shambles, and i'd love to be able to sleep again. Thanks.