I already have a super power my, autism , at least from the perspective of many NT'S. I can see connections they all miss. they see the forest in spile of the trees.
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I already do if we're to compare ability to the population norm. An eidetic memory combined with the ability to hyperfocus seems like a superpower to many.
But staying with the superhero theme, it comes with deficits that make me vulnerable to modes of attack; non-verbal cue and Theory of Mind deficit makes me vulnerable to manipulation.
And like Jean Grey to the Phoenix, a deficit in controlling rage, manifesting Dark Phoenix if I'm too irresponsible with my surroundings, my intake of substances even when not illicit, and people I allow in my life.
But if we're being serious, Wolverine's healing ability.
I would like to have any of a wolverines abilities. They are the true badass of the woods.
One of the few pictures of me in whitewater. Zoom Flume on the Arkansas in Colorado at the entrance of Brown's Canyon in my Mad River Flashback. I made it but needed to bail all the water out. A lot even with airbags. My spouse eddied out above that big wave and peeled out to ride the crest with a big smile on her face.Agreed. One would have to be incredibly strong to be an empath. Presumably that would come from being a super power. My work has been generally in ways to alleviate pain and/or increase quality of life.
That would be the initial tongue of about 30 meters of Class IV in Quebec. I portaged. I was just looking for a photo that might show in a tiny space some white water.
On wilderness river trips I will tag along with a rafting group who will carry gear. I've done some of America's classic class IV, Big Mallard on the Salmon, Hell's Half Mile on the Green through Lodore, and I've been maytagged too. Last time was the Green through Desolation canyon running at 29,000 fps. the worst on these trips was camping above a big drop and listening to the river mocking you all night.Looks like fun. Was this day trip? You can risk more on a day trip in a group, especially if you have some trained rescuers.
Yeah. I paddle an open canoe.
I did the upper Hudson tandem in an inflatable self-bailing kayak. I've done some class III, but on wilderness trips, limit myself to class II. Although I'll line if there's a sneak route.
Maybe I should have wished for a white water super power.
Reading minds, I would never be in the dark of peoples actual intentions again. Should be a no brainer for any autistic to go with this one.