If any particle were truly identical to another, then they could not decay 
at different rates. While we see this as "random" (aka spontaneous to our 
eyes), there is nothing to say that the duration of the life of the 
particle is not influenced by intentional dispositions. Particles may 
represent different intensities of 'will to continue' or expectation of 
persistence. In this sense, organic molecules could represent a Goldilocks 
range of time-entangled panpsychism which is particularly flexible and 
dynamic. Think of the lifetime of a molecular ensemble as the length of a 
word in a sentence as it relates to the possibilities of meaning. Too long 
and it becomes unwieldy, too brief and it becomes generic.

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