The power to induce the temperature of absolute zero. Sub-power of Ultimate Freeze. Advanced variation of Freezing.
The user can reduce thermodynamic temperature of their surroundings to absolute zero (-459.67°F or -273.15°C), a physically impossible-to-reach state by normal means. Heat is generated via atomic motions, and even at extremely low temperatures, they continue to transfer energy; only when atoms completely stop moving is "absolute zero" achieved. While lowering the temperature by slowing molecular and atomic motion is the basics of freezing, to completely stop it is to completely bypass the Laws of Thermodynamics.
At such extreme temperatures, events which do not normally occur in nature begin to happen, such as superconductivity as well as breakdowns at the atomic level. Without atomic motion, the frozen object loses all electrical resistances and atomic cohesion, shattering at atomic level under the weight of its own mass. Since this affects matter at an atomic scale, it will destroy any physical target it makes contact with, regardless of their conventional durability.