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For most classical things, they all have well defined causations thus a unique causal network can be drawn to describe them. Using this analogy, their causality is like a crystalline solid with an ordering
Meanwhile, possibly in some quantum systems, you have indeterminate causality where things are in a superposition of A cause B and B case A. These are like some kind of quantum state that are ordered
But can we have states where the causal network that describe it is stochastic and depends on some order parameters like an amorphous solid
or better, "liquid causality" where the underlying causal network keeps changing and does not have a settle form, similar to a spin liquid?
 

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