Excerpt from 'Modern Re-appropriation of the Turing Test: The Potential for Proof Implied by Advancements in the Science of Computer Vision and Recent Observations of Quantum Properties'
Joshua Vliet

"The quantum uncertainty principle is the idea that it's impossible to know certain pairs of things about a quantum particle at once. For example, the more precisely you know the position of an atom, the less precisely you can know the speed with which it's moving.