The only problem is normal™ people don't understand them. I said to my friend, who's asking me if I'm going to a pub, but was willing to stay there just for one beer: "I'll go, if one or more people that will stay for longer (basically hours) will go as well, otherwise I won't because it's a waste of time to travel an hour for one beer and then travel back home". Nobody else matching that condition replied in our email pool of friends, yet my friend was still waiting in the pub wondering where I am. Because according to him I said I'll go.
In order to understand stack overflow, you must first understand stack overflow.
I read books that mere mortals don't understand.
Then I do something that mere mortals don't understand.
Then the computer does something that mere mortals don't understand.
Then I comment the results in a way that nobody understands.
That's why everybody expects miracles from me.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.
Probably more of an OCD thing than a super power at this point.
Years of "what if user inputs invalid characters" "what if there is no input" "what if input times out" "what if input parses incorrectly" carries over into "what if the car won't start" "what if the car starts but has a flat tire" "what if the spare tire is flat" etc. etc.
Or perhaps this super power is what made me a good developer rather than the other way around...
I can make the "World Go Away" in an instant when I sit down to work. This includes ignoring my Wife (of 45 years), my insane dog, bills, problems, worries, TV commercials, political liberals who don't think anyone has the right to "free speech" except themselves, bad weather, etc., etc.
You need a lot of power sometimes to accept a code construct as "that won't work".
Get over it, delete it, start fresh.
So many people stick to old, grown code and just can't imagine to rewrite it. Often a rewrite takes less time than to try to fix the mess that's going on.
I'm able to spot false assumptions from almost 3 km (line of sight). This allows me to imbue invalid conclusions with a slightly glowing, off-putting reddish color. Spontaneously, my powers cause promising ways forward to glimmer at intensities and frequencies that are in proportion to the paths degree of propitiousness.