My favorite Flash (DC Comics) is Barry Allen, the go-to-guy, but I don't want to offend the gender-ites here, so Sela Allen is cool too. The Flash, generically speaking, is a superhuman whose incredible speed makes him a sight to behold. In the modern world, we rely on uncongested road traffic, speedy web-browsers, and reliably quick UPS services to keep our mercantile globe running smoothly, which is why we were so shocked when the World Trade Center was attacked in 2001. Speed is very important to humanity, and the Flash is the ultimate speed-titan. We know that various Flash individuals (e.g., Barry Allen, Sela Allen) are sufficiently resourceful and quick-witted, but does Flash's overall super-speed afford him any extra 'civilization acuity/sensitivity'? An Olympics speed-runner is perhaps more sensitive about muscle control and field stability, making him/her slightly more 'sharp' about the reference frames of motion. We know that strong-guy athletes (e.g., football players, weight-lifters) who take steroids exhibit aggressive behaviors. So does Flash's super-speed give the superhero any extra mental focus?