It is clear by GG's posts that she's a deeply philosophical person.
The way I understand the uncertainty of the electron's position, is that by observing it you're actually affecting it. For example, hitting it with a beam of light will increase its energy and therefore change its position. Now I'm not entirely sure I understand this correctly, but logically this is the only thing that makes sense for me.
Interestingly enough, in theory the river too could flow backwards. But like time it never does. Yet, a gravity greater than the earth's could make the river flow backwards. The question is what sort of power could make time flow backwards... Gravity again? And how much?