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Consider the possibility that Uncertainty results from a primary rule of space.  Moving particles, and the cohort of energy stored in the space surrounding the moving particle, would then be required to follow a rule of interaction that generates a randomized position.  The parameters that would produce such a randomization include the rate of change of position, and the totality of the mass.  Such a process seems unlikely because of its extreme complexity in computation by the individual DPs.

The Uncertainty Principle describes how energy delocalizes, and how that delocalization relates to the energy content of the system under examination.  Energy can concentrate and appears to take many forms, such as: mass, momentum, fields, and waves.  Uncertainty implies that all energetic phenomena are subject to an uncertainty in localization dependent upon the energy of the system.  Specifically, small energies are contained within large volumes, and conversely, large energies are localized within small volumes.

The volume within which energy (i.e. mass or wave packet) is contained, is well modeled as a probability wave distribution.  Thus, energy boundaries that repel the charge of a mass will only stop the manifestation of mass (or photon) outside of an energy barrier to a certain level of probability.  This implies that any mass can tunnel through any energy barrier with a certain level of probability.  But in practicality, such phenomena only occur on the subatomic level.

Newtonian physics models reality based on linear rules that precisely predict the movement of particles between points.  But, the phenomenon if Uncertainty implies that another rule besides momentum and the EM forces are operating to drive the motion of mass from one moment to the next.  

As mentioned above, this phenomenon could manifest out of a primary rule that the DPs follow.  The uncertainty in position could compute according to the position within a spread according to a statistical distribution.  Likewise, the parameter of computation could be based on the forces acting on a particle, which could then produce the effect of this statistical spread of uncertainty in position.  This rule-based wave-like distribution of particle location is possible.  

Another possibility is a randomization of position due to the sum-of-forces.  The random background EM waves can superimpose and create momentary forces that operate on the particles.  Thus, particles can move large distances due to the randomly produced forces by the superimposition of random waves traveling through space.  Particles would jump each moment as a reflection of the forces acting on them at each point, and at each moment.  Such randomly administered forces would impart the momentum associated with that field, and the resultant velocity.  Every unit of mass, energy, space, and time is quantized, and the question is only how many units of distance and what direction each particle and field will transit at each moment.

What about the effect of neutral particles colliding with other neutral particles?  Given that there is no net charge, the collision and subsequent repulsion that causes deflection and/or imparting of momentum, must be mediated by same-charge DPs.