Neurostochastic Panpsychism

Is the universe purely physical in nature? Assume ‘physicalism’, the non-dualist philosophical view that all things are physical, including the mind - in the style of D. Dennett. As follows, we can infer that there is nothing intrinsically supernatural about human consciousness, and that it is a mere product of the physical world and its laws. If the underlying physical processes may be replicated by other systems, then it is reasonable to infer that other systems may in principle possess qualia.