I know. But it makes sense for him to being able to freeze moisture in the air of human bodies. But the writers have never defined his powers consistently and that power chart is all sorts of ridiculous.
I don't even like Iceman and I'm defending him.
That's what I mean though; it makes sense on the surface but if you think about it, giving him the ability to do that makes him impossibly powerful. That's what I meant when I made up the Magneto thing...wouldn't you agree that in the same context it would make sense for Magneto to control a HUGE collection of iron under Hawaii? And it doesn't require physical strength for him to lift Hawaii, so why can't he?
I guess more simply put - what is it about Iceman that lets him concentrate and focus his power to be able to separate individual molecules in a human body and freeze them? Because it's not like humans have a bunch of water puddles in their bodies; it's part of each individual cell and in blood and whatnot.