We learn that darkside telekenesis is superior to lightside. Yoda has to focus and rotate a single senate pod, while Palpatine has no trouble throwing three at once IIRC.
Don't be dumb. All this proves is that Palpatine's TK is toughter than Yoda's Tk. You can't make such a sweeping statement from so small a sample. I'm a faster runner than my housemate, but that dosn't mean that guys with long hair are slower than guys with short hair.
The evolution of the scout-trooper uniform began during the clonewars, as demonstrated by the soldiers on the wookiee homeworld. They had the same helmet shape and the same detail. (notably the black squares at eye level on the back.).
That clone troopers understood camoflage. If only by daubing green paint onto their white uniforms. It could could be argued that the strmtroopers on Endor were expecting a cakewalk and simply didn't bother to camo-up. This adds weight to the stormtroopers defence, because clearly at some point in its history, the Imperial army promoted camoflage.
(so no more Stormt00perZ are teh StoopiZ, no camoflage. LOL!!!!11)
That Chewbacca fought in the clone wars. That Yoda and Chewbacca had met. Movie-level canon of wookiee longevity, since Chewbacca is not visibly different in the OT and PT.
That Jedi-fade out (tm) was taught by Qui-Gon to Yoda and then to Obi-Wan, explaining at last whilst some Jedi fade away and others leave corpses. It is therefore a conscious effort and not simply a standard feature of all Jedi.
That consciousness can be maintained after death. If Qui Gon would have become like a drop in the ocean when he became one with the force, he would not have had the individual will to find a way back to the mortal realm. So it is obvious then, that at least some people, retain their individual consciousness after death (people who aren't force ghost I mean. otherwise you knew that already.)
(Yoda lerns the trick and then dies, it is implied the Qui Gonn dies and then learns the trick, so he must have had a conscious posthumeous will after his death in order to learn it.)