How does Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle work?
(Sorry if my wording is bad and sorry for no formatting I’m on mobile)
Why is it that two people can’t observe the same object and one measures momentum and the other the position of something.
Also, why can’t we use the momentum to calculate its future position, and then since we already have the momentum we can then have the position at the same time
(disclaimer: I know that the example I provided was wrong, I just want to know why it’s wrong)