I'm designing a species with a rather large amount of superpowers, and I'm making the basis being able to control or manipulate Kinetic energy (the type of energy that moves molecules to cause heat, and causes objects to move) with their minds. Some powers that I have figured such a species would have would be telekinesis, the ability to heat or cool things at will, and fly. What other powers would someone like this have?

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    $\begingroup$ This is the third extremely broad very opinion based question you have asked on this site. Please take the tour and read the faq in the help center center so you can better understand what is necessairy to ask a good question on this site. If you are unsure if a question is a good fit for this site or not I'd suggest using the sandbox to get feedback on a question before asking it on the main site. $\endgroup$ – sphennings Oct 23 '17 at 23:32
  • $\begingroup$ @sphennings i have read through both the tour and help center, and have found nothing saying not to ask opinionated or broad questions. I am not sure in what way this question is broad, and as for opinion based, most of the questions on this site are based on what the answerer believes is the right or wrong answer. There is no real way to have a fact-based answer in such a quesion involving world building or superpowers. $\endgroup$ – Archangel4132 Oct 23 '17 at 23:45
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    $\begingroup$ "The movement of molecules" is more commonly called heat. As for controlling "the movement of an object" the vast majority of people can do it. $\endgroup$ – AlexP Oct 24 '17 at 0:52
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