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Ergokinesis – The Ability to Manipulate Energy

 Overview

how to learn ergokinesisErgokinesis is the power to absorb, shape and manipulate different types of energy; including kinetic energy, radiant energy, gravitational potential energy  and electric energy. This power is known by many names such as autokinesis, dynakinesis, dynamokinesis, and energy control; although it is most commonly known as ergokinesis. This is a very useful and fascinating power to learn as there are many different types of energy; this leaves multiple choices as to which energy a holder of this power wishes to undertake. For example, a microwave uses radiant energy which is one of the types of energy that ergokinesis is based around. If your microwave isn’t heating up food fast enough you can use ergokinesis to fasten the process by manipulating the energy waves that travel through the microwave you can either fasten the process or slow it down just by using this power. Another example would be gravitational potential energy, this energy is great for the practices of ergokinesis as the concept of gravitational potential energy is the higher an object is, the more gravitational potential energy there will be.

Uses of Ergokinesis

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As there are so many different types of energy in the universe ergokinesis is one of those powers that can be a really useful thing to use in your day to day life. So far we’ve talked about radiant energy and gravitational potential energy but now it’s time to move onto some more kinds of energy. The first one is electric energy; there are many uses in day to day life when looking at electric energy. When a lamp is plugged into an outlet, the electric current transfers energy from the outlet into the light bulb which allows the lamp to light up using the electric energy being stored into the bulb. Another use would be a mobile phone battery; when plugged into a charger the electric charges allows the stored energy from the mobile phone to be put into motion. This process then allows electrical energy to travel through the phone providing the mobile with electricity. The last energy we’ll talk about is kinetic energy. Now kinetic energy is the most empowering and hardest energy to learn as the larger the mass of an object and the faster the velocity, the more kinetic energy it will hold. Although the other aspects of ergokinesis are fascinating and are morely based around household items, kinetic energy is based around larger objects such as a car or aeroplane. One of the intriguing things about kinetic energy is that through ergokinesis you will have the ability to control the energy of a car, an asteroid or even an insect.  For a greater learning experience it is best to focus on controlling smaller energies first and making your way up to the larger amounts of energy.

Strengths and Limitations

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With everything we do there are always limitations to what can be accomplished. Although there is a large amount of energy in this world a wielder of this power will not be able to see the full affect because we as humans can only withstand a certain amount of energy before it becomes too much. With time and practice the limitation threshold will move up and up until you are at your peak and at this stage you will be able to absorb and manipulate more energy then you ever thought you would be capable of holding. As you progress with your training I warn you not to push your powers to extreme lengths as this will not only be harmful to the energy source that you are working on but will also be harmful to your mind and body.

A limitation to ergokinesis could be the user not being able to absorb or manipulate energy that is in a wide range; for example, a moving vehicle would be harder to manipulate as they vary in speed and would take time to manipulate because of the vehicles mass while a stationary vehicle would be easier to manipulate as it is still and leaves more time to access your powers. There are many strengths associated with ergokinesis because of the large amounts of energy. For example, if a household item such as your toaster stops working, by plugging it into the outlet one will be able to transfer energy from the outlet into the toaster. This is just one of many examples of how ergokinesis can help you save money, because you can get  your household items working again just with this power you won’t need to through away your broken objects thus saving more money that can be spent elsewhere.

Overall, ergokinesis is a very useful and intriguing power which can help you in many different ways because of the wide range of different energy sources that we have on this planet.