About Observation affecting the observed..

OK. So the experiment that I usually hear cited about this concept of the Observation changing the actions of particles observed, also tend to explain that the light photons needed to observe the object are what change its course. If this is so, itsn’t a leap in logic to say that You can’t observe an object without affecting it? Doesn’t it make more sense to say, “That until we can observe the object in ambient lighting.. We Can’t observe it without changing it’s behavior”? Once the light is taken out of the equation or balanced out somehow, won’t we probably find out that you can in fact observe an object without affecting its behavior?

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