I have heard that, theoretically, there is a vast but finite number of ways that matter can be arranged and shaped within any finite space. This would mean that literally everything has limited finite possibilities. There are only so many drawings, paintings and sculptures that can be created because there are only so many ways matter can be arranged. And this holds true for everything else, there are limits on the possibilities of events that can happen, people that can exist and so on. I've been told that that Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle disproves this theory. But frankly I don't understand what that principle about, what it means or how it works. I want to know if there is any truth to this theory.