Now, to drive you a bit crazy, I'll add one more thing.
As I said in a previous post, a human does not cause the uncertainty in where an electron really is. The uncertainty is caused by the light-electron interactions.
The human just notices the uncertainty.
So where is the electron? It is exists somewhere within its movement blur. Right? Wrong! It exists everywhere within its movement blur. It exists everywhere it possibly could be.
And the same goes for every object. So let's suppose it's night, and you are inside, far from any window. Where is the moon?
It is everywhere it could possibly be! Could the moon have been struck by a meteor and fallen into the sun? Possibly. So "part" of the moon's "existance" really is in the sun.
Only when you observe the moon does it come into being in one place. All other possiblities become zero. So in this part of quantum mechanics, human observation really does change things!
This was all stated mathematically by Schrodinger. And it's so weird that Einstein refused to believe in any of it. Experiments have since proved that Schrodinger was right and Einstein was wrong.