The Jurgaisenberg Uncertainty Principle

Heretofore, I have mentioned the Jurgaisenberg Uncertainty Principle but I do not think I have ever fully documented or explained it. An off-shoot of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle where one cannot measure both the position and velocity of an object, the Jurgaisenberg principle states that one cannot know where or when Pat will be and by measuring one, you may adversely affect or know less about the other.

In day-to-day operations, interaction with the Jurgaisenberg Uncertainty Principle is rare; however, under deadlines or scheduled outings, the fear of adverse reactions from the Jurgaisenberg Uncertainty Principle increase.

For example, if plans are made to meet a friend for dinner at 7:30pm, I can make an attempt to call pat earlier to confirm the time and place for the meeting, but by doing so I may have just doomed Pat being in the right place at the right time. 

One could say it all boils down to time management, however I believe the space-time continuum comes into play at a quantum level where time becomes relative and not linear.

Basically, this happens:

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