At a point of time T1

( I ) A particle has a position P1, (1.certain or uncertain what ever do you like 2. Uncertainty law does not prove it is not it does not prove it does not have any position)

(II) At Time Point T1, Particle also have a momentum say M1 (1.certain or uncertain what ever you like 2. Uncertainty law does not say there is no momentum and also does not prove )

Now there on T1, there is momentum m1 and position P1 (Uncertanity Principle does not deny it)

What uncertainty Principle describe ?

It describe clearly

1 We can not know both M1 AND P1

2. As more accurate we know about M1 , Our estimate about P1 Would be more inaccurate and reverse

3. Rule is based on fundament nature of quantum behavior and not due to observer ‘s

effect.

4. It shows we cannot link momentum completely with its position

5. It shows perfect predictability of P1 is not possible

It does not describe or prove clearly

- There is no deterministic working in quantum

If we assume there is no deterministic working in Quantum (Although I do not believe it says)

- Why particle has M1 Momentum and P1 Position. ? Why particle not having P2 position with same momentum ?

Law is based on observer s’ inability of knowing both momentum and position

Even he does not make an effect on it and has practically perfect instruments

Even if we believe you right and upon is wrong,

But it is not possible to prove this law as we do not have such perfect instruments and

Also do not know complete factors that effect position of particle