The choice of particles this energie utilizes seems straightforward, indicating an inherent algorithm rather than a will. But given that both concepts, on a cosmic, quantum, or otherwise incredibly profound level, are only describable from our present energetic space-time configuration, one can only accurately ruminate on these occurrences from the vantage point of factors like how energie recombines to make new shapes; size; position in the particle, and, or, on its surface.
Interruptions during the reconstitution phase expels fragmented energie-charged particles into surrounding spaces without concern for natural inheritance and its resulting trajectory.
When energie recombines with particles on a surface level instead of recombining on an inclusive level to the particle, the surface of the particle becomes covered with unstable energie-charged shapes. The particle then stops functioning. Because free energie and charged energie continue to transform over time, it feels as if pressure is a relevant factor in how these transformations behave.
When the particle stops functioning, the new, energie-charged particle shapes fall off or are expelled forth into the surrounding environment. The remaining particle is exposed, resulting in a recombination of environmental energies, which occurs instantaneously. The resulting particle ceases to be after one of these environmental recombination transformations.