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Invisible when no one is looking at you.


I think that was in The Mystery Men. And it actually did have a use!
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MrEnder1337 wrote:

Invisible when no one is looking at you.


I think that was in The Mystery Men. And it actually did have a use! :P


There is no way to even tell if you are really invisible.

A person looks at you and you are visible

cameras could see you

if you looked at yourself u would be visible.

This superpower won the award for most useless...
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Arm Fall Off Man Is probably the worst for abilities.

A person's best choice of having abilities would probably be those of Mumen Rider, because why not.
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Posted 4/28/17

MrEnder1337 wrote:


Lord_Wunder wrote:


MrEnder1337 wrote:

Invisible when no one is looking at you.


I think that was in The Mystery Men. And it actually did have a use! :P


There is no way to even tell if you are really invisible.

A person looks at you and you are visible

cameras could see you

if you looked at yourself u would be visible.

This superpower won the award for most useless...


It was in Mystery Men. As long as no actual person was looking at him, he could turn invisible They had to pass by a trap with an automated visual sensor. So, they all turned around and he was able to turn invisible and get past the sensor.
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Blackferret64 wrote:


MrEnder1337 wrote:


Lord_Wunder wrote:


MrEnder1337 wrote:

Invisible when no one is looking at you.


I think that was in The Mystery Men. And it actually did have a use! :P


There is no way to even tell if you are really invisible.

A person looks at you and you are visible

cameras could see you

if you looked at yourself u would be visible.

This superpower won the award for most useless...


It was in Mystery Men. As long as no actual person was looking at him, he could turn invisible They had to pass by a trap with an automated visual sensor. So, they all turned around and he was able to turn invisible and get past the sensor.


ALL sensors in real life would still see you.
If cameras cant see you then you COULD be invisible with someone watching.
If the sensor is not a camera then it would be infrared which could still see you
and you can ALWAYS see yourself in your perifrial vision.
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Posted 4/28/17 , edited 4/28/17

MrEnder1337 wrote:


Blackferret64 wrote:


MrEnder1337 wrote:


Lord_Wunder wrote:


MrEnder1337 wrote:

Invisible when no one is looking at you.


I think that was in The Mystery Men. And it actually did have a use! :P


There is no way to even tell if you are really invisible.

A person looks at you and you are visible

cameras could see you

if you looked at yourself u would be visible.

This superpower won the award for most useless...


It was in Mystery Men. As long as no actual person was looking at him, he could turn invisible They had to pass by a trap with an automated visual sensor. So, they all turned around and he was able to turn invisible and get past the sensor.


ALL sensors in real life would still see you.
If cameras cant see you then you COULD be invisible with someone watching.
If the sensor is not a camera then it would be infrared which could still see you
and you can ALWAYS see yourself in your perifrial vision.


If you''re going to talk about "in real life", then a conversation about super-powers is a pointless debate from the start. Super-powers are fictional, and in the Mystery Men fictional universe, that's how his powers worked and they worked in that instance.
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The power of hindsight
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Not sure if it constitutes as a super power, but there is an anime about a guy with sentient farts. So I mean not sure what can top that.
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the power to if somethings good or not by looking at its cover

or

the power to turn your head 180 degrees



and the best is (if other people have powers too) the power to copy powers
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MrEnder1337 wrote:

ALL sensors in real life would still see you.
If cameras cant see you then you COULD be invisible with someone watching.
If the sensor is not a camera then it would be infrared which could still see you
and you can ALWAYS see yourself in your perifrial vision.


Well, let's look at this from a different perspective.

You seem to be saying that this power works by making you invisible as long as nothing could see you visually, including yourself, correct? So let's say that you have this power, and you lock yourself in a room with a single door, a single light, and nothing else, no windows, no sensors of any kind, nothing that could see you. If you were to turn off that light, then the room would be pitch black, meaning that not even you could see yourself, which would then make you invisible, correct? So what would happen if someone opened the door and looked in the room? Would you be visible or invisible?

Before we answer that, let's consider a few things first. Your definition of this power is that you are invisible as long as you are not seen. But what does it mean to be invisible? Most dictionaries would define the term "unable to be seen." So, if you are invisible, nothing can see you.

Now let's return to the power in question. You are invisible as long as nothing can see you, or using our new definition, you cannot be seen if nothing can see you. So, if being in that pitch black room would make you invisible, then if someone walked into the room, you would NOT become visible. If you did, that would imply that the person who entered the room could see you, which means that you didn't turn invisible in the first place. If you're invisible, then nothing would be able to see you to make you visible again.

You are invisible as long as nothing can see you. In other words, as long as you are invisible, you will remain invisible. So essentially, this power would grant permanent invisibility once certain conditions are met. While permanent invisibility may be inconvenient to some, since it still functions like normal invisibility, it's far from being completely useless.

tl;dr- Over-analysis is fun!
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Lord_Wunder wrote:

Well, let's look at this from a different perspective.

You seem to be saying that this power works by making you invisible as long as nothing could see you visually, including yourself, correct? So let's say that you have this power, and you lock yourself in a room with a single door, a single light, and nothing else, no windows, no sensors of any kind, nothing that could see you. If you were to turn off that light, then the room would be pitch black, meaning that not even you could see yourself, which would then make you invisible, correct? So what would happen if someone opened the door and looked in the room? Would you be visible or invisible?

Before we answer that, let's consider a few things first. Your definition of this power is that you are invisible as long as you are not seen. But what does it mean to be invisible? Most dictionaries would define the term "unable to be seen." So, if you are invisible, nothing can see you.

Now let's return to the power in question. You are invisible as long as nothing can see you, or using our new definition, you cannot be seen if nothing can see you. So, if being in that pitch black room would make you invisible, then if someone walked into the room, you would NOT become visible. If you did, that would imply that the person who entered the room could see you, which means that you didn't turn invisible in the first place. If you're invisible, then nothing would be able to see you to make you visible again.

You are invisible as long as nothing can see you. In other words, as long as you are invisible, you will remain invisible. So essentially, this power would grant permanent invisibility once certain conditions are met. While permanent invisibility may be inconvenient to some, since it still functions like normal invisibility, it's far from being completely useless.

tl;dr- Over-analysis is fun!


You become VISIBLE when ever someone is looking at you. They dont have to SEE you they just have to LOOK in your general direction my original post said

"Im invisible while no one is looking at me"

This power works on the fact there is no way to disprove or prove if you are actually turning invisible its a paradox...
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Dick fall off boy would be worst if you ask me.
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Dick fall off boy would be worst if you ask me.


Your super power would make all imouto-chans become onee-chans
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The ability to fly 2.5 cm above sea level
The ability to control dodos
The ability to trigger random phobias in yourself
The ability to taste the difference between feces
The ability to predict what team wins the XFL championship
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Probably this guy right here. His name is Tsunagu Hakamata, and he is the winner of the... wait for it... "Best Jeanist Award".

http://bokunoheroacademia.wikia.com/wiki/Tsunagu_Hakamata
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