The Uncertainty Principle states that
1) all measurements are essentially incorrect to some degree.
2) no measurement is exact.
3) we cannot in principle know both the position and momentum (or energy and time) of a particle with absolute certainty.
4) science itself is essentially uncertain.
The Uncertainty Principle is applicable
5) only in the atomic domain.
6) in all physical domains, from the nuclear to the cosmic.
7) in all areas of good theory, scientific or otherwise.