You never specified an amount of time, only "at once". To me, "at once" is an instant. But yeah, combining 5000,00000000000000005000 U worth of atoms isn't that powerful in itself.Assume they all explode at once. If I could do more at once at a time, that would go outside the parameters of the power. Even if I could do each one several times a second, even a thousand, the explosion would barely be noticeable.
Lets see. Change an atom inside a molecule, and change the molecule.How the hell can that be so powerful?
Pretty sure we're talking a SINGLE atom here.Lets see. Change an atom inside a molecule, and change the molecule.
Change some H's into O's, and let them pick up extra H's, so you get OH's where they should not be, or worse, molecules that should not attach suddenly do attach.
Change a bunch of sodium, or calcium around, and muscles stop working right.
Fine tune it, and maybe a small heart-shaped muscle stops.
Yea, being able to do fine work on a small scale ... heck, IBM would hire you for small-scale computer design.