Our super power for the week is teleportation!

Subject can disperse all her molecules, send them anywhere to her chosen location and then rematerialize in her destination. In a more detailed explanation, a build-up of electrons on one side of a molecule forms a slight negative force, which will repel electrons on nearby molecules, making them slightly positive on one side and thus propagating the dipole. The negative side of one molecule can then form weak bonds with the positive side of the neighbouring one. To disperse, negative forces turn into positive forces and visa versa which is done in a way that makes all the molecules separate from each other and meet each other again to recombine. This is done by having positive forces turn back into negative forces and visa versa to recombine back into the subject herself. The molecules are propelled by the energy from the electric signal sent from the subjects brain to wherever she wants to go. All the subjects molecules have a certain static that directs particular molecules to recombine with the same exact molecules they were connected to and go to the same place as they were in the first place, this process is called molecular memory.

Molecules maintain a weak bond throughout teleportation, however existing bond between the molecules still exceeds that of the potential bonds that the air molecules are chapel of creating, this way subject cannot get a full body air injection. This also allows her molecules to have a way of avoiding certain objects and people in order to avoid merging with them. The subjects molecules are different from other people’s molecules so they don’t get mixed up during teleportation yet both the group of molecules are held together by a temporary static bond to keep them together. As soon as subjects touchs her accomplice, their molecules temporarily adapt to become the same properties as the subjects molecules during teleportation. This also allows the molecules to have a way of avoiding certain objects and people in order to avoid merging with them. Subjects brain sends a signal through out her entire body, letting the molecules know where she wants to go then the subject disperses and the molecules race to the subjects desired destination. Subject is not conscious during teleportation nor does she feel pain before, after or during teleportation. Subjects molecules are small enough and fast enough to pass through solid objects during teleportation.

Subject can’t merge with the clothes she’s wearing because her clothes are not part of her molecular structure yet they are technically touching her body so they would come with her whenever she teleported. Subject can consciously control whatever or whoever she wants to take with her when teleporting. Touching an object without the intent to transport it would not result in that object being transported. However, there is a limit to the load that Subject can transport. The maximum pay load is equivalent to the maximum weight that Subject can lift. Regarding distance, time and space, the subject has no limits which means that she can travel anywhere in the space- time continuum which establishes that Subject can teleport in outer space as well. The frequency in which the Subject can transport is a matter of endurance. For instance, the Subject might sprint for up to 5 minutes before having to stop and rest. This would correspond with how frequently the Subject can teleport before having to rest. Subject would also have to see where she is going or know what her desired destination looks like, by looking at a photograph or otherwise.

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