You may recall that a couple days ago, Dinosaur Comics came out with this hilarious comic.
Basically, Utahraptor insists that God violates the Heisenberg principle by knowing everything. The Heisenberg Principle does indeed state that you can't know the momentum and the location of an electron at any given time. Unfortunately, his argument is flawed; the reason the Uncertainty Principle exists is because of the high-energy state of electrons. In order to observe them, we have to shoot them with proton lasers (an oversimplified term, chill) so we can measure where they are. In order to find their momentum, we have to measure what goes off of them.
In other words, the reason we can't know both momentum and location simultaneously is the fact that electrons are so volatile and so extremely tiny. How volatile? Let's say we took everyone who looked at this thread and put them into a room. Then, we turned off the lights and allowed the community to scatter and run around for a bit. We have no idea where exactly anyone is, but if we wanted to, we could measure your footsteps and find out how fast you are going. That's oversimplified, but the point is preserved.
Next, I take a bowling ball, and try to find the location of one of you delightful MSPA people by throwing it cheerfully and energetically into the room where I think a person might be. Obviously, I now know where you are, but I don't know how fast you are going because in the act of throwing said bowling ball I change the momentum.
Bringing me around to my main point, which is that the Uncertainty Principle does not apply to omniscient beings.
I'm not looking for a change or apology or anything - that would be snarky, arrogant, and rude, and I'm not that kind of person, but just pointing out something that Utahraptor might not have known.