The dimension altering one was a bit out there. The way I interpreted is simply him making holes through the dimension of space, not literally altering whole dimensions.
As for the "all of space"comment, could that just have been the area where the space battle was taking place?
__________________ "Vader's pulse and breathing were machine-regulated, so they could not quicken; but something in his chest became more electric around his meetings with the Emperor; he could not say how. A feeling of fullness, of power, of dark and demon mastery -- of secret lusts, unrestrained passion, wild submission -- all these things were in Vader's heart as he neared his Emperor. These things and more."
It won't be an argument for the sake of argument. I will address errors and misinterpretations in your essay and highlight showings that Palpatine has not replicated and/or areas where he is not at par. If Palpatine has legitimate superiority in an area, it will be acknowledged.
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Mind-bending 8000 Sith Lords and a whole planet(Ziost) including trained Force sensitives isn't as impressive as Sidious mind-bending billions of non-sensitives(with no defence)
Revan re-deflecting Nyriss' ashing Force lightning(a Force sensitive) isn't as impressive as Sidious turning to charred husks non-sensitive or those three Dark Side Prophets(who were taken by surprise)
Lifting dead spaceships by sheer power isn't as impressive as Sidious ripping Senate pods apart
Vitiate one-shotting Darth Marr isn't as impressive as Sidious one-shotting strompoopers
Exar Kun(weak version) turning Gantoris into charred husk/or ash and messing with Luke's Jedi Praexum isn't as impressive as Palpatine blade-bending Windu's lightsabre
Exar's Force scream isn't as impressive as Sheev's autistic scream
I could go on like this day and day...
__________________ Azronger: "Nadd is not a Sheevite. He hates Sheev. Avoid him."
Ancient Power: "Nadd is a God, one among few. Revanchiste the indecipherable being the Lord Shiva of said pantheon. Though one must never forget He Who Shall Not Be Named."
I agree with Palpatine being above all other Sith and Valkorian. As for this ultimate essay, I'll probably give it an A* for effort, but a C+/B- for assessment. My main problem is that dragged on for so long, there's too much to read and Palpatine's advantages over Viagara is overemphasised and you've made it sound even more one sided than they're already are.