The uncertainty principle also has the form: $\Delta$$E$$\Delta$$t>h/2\pi$
Now this should mean that the thickness of the lines we draw in the energy level diagrams to show energy change undergone by atoms and electrons cannot be a single straight line. Then that should mean that $E$ have a specific value so $\Delta$$E=0$ and so $\Delta$$t$ tends to infinity. Which is rather ridiculous cause that would mean that the particle(atom or electron) forever stays in some specified state and such transitions which are mentioned in the Bohr’s postulates, would be impossible.
So such lines must be of certain thickness to illustrate the fact that $\Delta$$E$ should have a finite value, as in, E cannot be specified at a given time.
Is my conclusion following the reasoning correct?