So... I've been thinking in time manipulation "super powers" for at least three years. First i just thought "well, you have to drain time from things, don't you?" then i learnt basic physics and i thought "well... that was kind of unrealistic, one actually should accelerate to a % of the speed of c(Speed of light*...[causality**]) right?". Of course, i learnt more physics and understood "Friction is making everything go wild and unleashing nuclear fusion world destructive stuff.... apart from making you blind, deft and incapable of moving... I don't want friction to do that" but yesterday... As I was having a bath I thought... What if one could decelerate everything else? I think everything would cool down dramatically as a consecuence and lots of energy would be released at the same time but for that i don't care as my character has the capability to channel energy far away in the sky resulting in some amazing fireworks (blasts of light). So yes... I want it to be as realistic as it benefits me. And believe it or not, the sky blasts fit perfectly. In the end, what i need to know is whether decelerating everyone and most likely everything (air, bullets, arrows, raindrops, whatever) and moving at normal speed would produce the same amount of heat from friction as going extremely fast. Also if air or any other fluids would make for a wall of particles incapable of moving out of your way. For extra data: This works in a radial way, like a sphere centred at my character. The things really near (to a hundred meters or so) would be slowed down as to seem fully stopped in time. A few hundred meters or so would mean being at least being 90% slowed down, a thousand 80% an so on, but every time the slow down reduces less with distance, meaning that a the other side of the earth you would't notice anything is different if you looked to the horizon for example. As I write this I realise there is a lot more energy in place than I thought, but the god who draws this energy from other dimensions may as well deal with it (kind of the speed force that flash uses to go too fast for physics). Thanks to whoever takes the time to read this. If you need any more info or details i'll be checking the post every few days.