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Physicist

Power

You're exploding particles. Developing and using microscopes so powerful you can see an electron. Using freakin' lasers as part of your job. So yeah—that makes you pretty powerful. Especially when you consider that the research and discoveries of physicists have led to the invention of the atom bomb, and advancements in space exploration and in systems of renewable energy. Oh right—you don't use any of that stuff.

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