I had an idea of making a bacterium use muons from cosmic rays for energy storage purposes.
Muons are heavier versions of electrons, but unlike electrons, they aren't very stable and last only for 2.2 µs before decaying into an electron and two types of neutrinos (most of the time). They are only able to get to planets because of time dilation caused by relativity. Once the muons decay, they transfer their remaining energy to the electron or the neutrinos. Then, the bacterium somehow gets the energy from the decay (I honestly have no idea how this is supposed to work and this is what I need help with).
Handwaved Stuff: Let's handwave how this bacterium formed: it doesn't matter and it doesn't seem likely it would form in the first place. It just did form somehow and uses muons to get energy and power its processes.
Question: So, what would be the most plausible way for this bacterium to extract energy from decaying muons (if it's plausible at all) and how would that method work? If it isn't possible, let me know, and tell me why.