Map Energy Time Uncertainty To Being HUMAN Rather Than SPECTROSCOPY:

Excited states have a finite lifetime. By the time-energy uncertainty principle, they do not have a definite energy, and each time they decay the energy they release is slightly different. The average energy of the outgoing photon has a peak at the theoretical energy of the state, but the distribution has a finite width called the natural linewidth. Fast-decaying states have a broad linewidth, while slow decaying states have a narrow linewidth

So you have a high linewidth (bandwidth) life, you have shorter excited state, and vice versa? Regarding to high risk behavior and early death.

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