So I'm just wondering about something that was on my mind. I am writing a story that is inspired from the comic book genre and takes place in a hypothetical Marvel Universe. Now let's say one of the characters has technology that can "absorb" the kinetic energy of those within a 50 meter radius.
How would someone be able to combat that? And does telekinesis fall under kinetic energy? An explanation of kinetic energy and scenarious or solutions would be much appreciated. Thank you. Note: "recognizer" from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Stack Exchange suggested I ask my question here instead, and a lot more other people who marked it as off topic.
Edit (in-depth explanation of ability): This application allows for X to drain the kinetic movement force out of moving objects within its usual 50 metre radius. X can slow a speeding meta human to a halt, reverse attacks right back at enemies and even immobilise enemies completely. Alternatively, X can do the opposite and charge objects with kinetic energy to make them move quickly across an area, like a bullet, even charge them up with enough energy that X can cause them to be turned into improvised bombs. X is able to manipulate the directional momentum of anything that moves within reason. X can make it move incredibly fast or incredibly slow to even a complete halt. This allows X to defy the Laws of Inertia and Centrifugal Force. X can also control the impact of kinetic energy to allow X to disperse attacks and mitigate damage to almost nothing with concentration, or X can do the opposite and make attacks have increased force and impact. X can create a null field in which no form of kinetic energy can be used within the dome, except for X, basically making anyone in its radius drop completely motionless. This works on robots, people, aliens & monsters.
Allow "X" act as the character I stated before.