The power to control antimatter. Unlike ordinary matter, antimatter is composed of "antiparticles" which have the same mass of ordinary matter but also opposite charges, as well as other particle properties such as lepton and baryon numbers and quantum spin. This is an incredibly destructive power, as collisions between particles and antiparticles lead to the annihilation of both, ignoring durability in the process and causing an explosive release of energy capable of eclipsing a nuclear bomb with only a small amount of antimatter. The collisions also give rise to variable proportions of intense photons (gamma rays), neutrinos, and less massive particle-antiparticle pairs. The total consequence of annihilation is a release of energy available for work, proportional to the total matter and antimatter mass.