If the uncertainty principle is that everything we do, and I mean everything, is always mixed with doubt, how can anyone be right? Is it right for someone to moralize about how relatives or friends might feel if we take our life? No way! Screw them for being such cowardly faggots to misuse peoples emotions like that. Life = tragedy, pain and loss whether your life's duration is long or short. Taking a blind step is part of being alive, even if that step is our last. Kirkegaard was right when he said 'TRUTH is SUBJECTIVE.'