Being a massive science Nerd, thanks for the link to Black Body, it's something I'd learned vaguely, but to have clarification on the mechanics behind it is great.
Hyperspace Doesn't have anything to do with psionics, so not sure why she needs that removed from her page.
Also, some marvel characters are incorrectly listed as psionic, such as Franklin Richards, Spider-Woman and Spider-Man, so it's just a wiki error.
On the Replication page, at demi-cellular division.
It doesn't have its own page though.
Susan isn't a telekinetic nor a wielder of psionics.
Her power is Force-Field Manipulation
Nah, let me rephrase, Levitation does not allow for high-speed at all, whereas flight is more variable in nature.
And again, Levitation is more likely to have height limitations, and is more creating an opposing force to gravity than self propulsion
Levitation is slower, and more for general hovering, and flight is for high-speed locomotion.
By enchantment I mean giving objects access to full conceptual abilities, such as god-slaying.
Psionics are limited in that they affect only two planes of existence, the matter universe and the astral plane.
They can achieve things similar to temporal abilities, but they cannot outright manipulate time, for example, someone could make an area of null movement, nothing inside can move at all (apart from with the rotation of earth) and nothing can leave it, nor enter it.
It is similar but not, if you understand what I mean
Juggernaut Momentum is what you're thinking of
Psionics cannot do things like time manipulation or enchantment.
Magic allows for effects like reality warping, or imbuing items with power.
And there are multiple forms of magic, just for a second imagine the type of magic from the skulduggery pleasant books, that's an extradimensional type of magic and it can be very strong if you take into account science when using magic.
Imouto-tan wrote: Everyone affected by it will not notice time stopping at all.
@Original Poster. Time is a rather relative concept. In other words it varies from person to person. You could say the person controlling time is also controlling who is affected by time. Time control also occurs in a particular time zone. So just because uou stop time in one area does not mean you stopped it in all pther areas of the multiverse.
You could say the user is controlling the essence of time and making themselves immune just because they are the ones controlling time. Again time is relative qns differs from being to being. Some beings are immune to time purely because of what they are composed of that time cannot affect. Some are immune becausevthey transcended the conceot of time. Others for more mystical reasons.
I'm going to assume you are asking this because of the Doctor strange movie. So lets take that one. Strange was able to function outside of time because he waa the one manipulating it. Because by manipulating time in it's relativeness to others he stopped it. Every. The dark dimension and dormmamu transcend time by their very being. To them time is a constant and not relative. I can put ot in the most simplest terms. Think of it as the way Izanami functions in Naruto or how Itachi's Tsukyomi functions.
Tsukyomi is an illusion, it has nothing to do with time.
And time isn't relative to humans, it's constant. That is why Dormammu is mentally immune to the time stone, he perceived time as relative.
To Vitorriq, the user could spend an eternity sat in one spot, and everyone outside of a temporal displacement (I'm using that instead of truly stopped time, it's far easier for me) would perceive rime regularly, albeit with user simply gone.
For basic powers, the results would be mainly catastrophic for the users.
For more advanced powers, we'd probably survive but with a different society.
For high-level abilities...
Well, lets just say if by some hellish fluke a fundamentalist got fidelessokinesis then we would all be destroyed. If the interpretation of certain deities favored by certain sects was conjured to life the results would be armageddon. Actually, that would be an interesting story...
Imagine it like worm, where people can only activate their powers after a significantly traumatic event, and we'd have a lot more murderous super villains than helpful superhumans.
2. The darkness, 'nuff said.
3.Become a warlord.
It depends on wether or not the power is mystical or scientific, necromancers from the skulduggery series can bring shadows into light as long as there is a shadow to grab hold of, and their powers are chaotically useless in the absence of light.