@yasindermann: Even Marvel writers used semi-realistic explanations for higher dimensional gravity energy mass etc. They even said the Dark Dimension doesn't have stars planets etc because the orbits are unstable in higher dimensional gravity.
I thought beyonders dimension was infinite in spatial dimensions + infinite in energy content not infinite dimensional energy. Am i wrong?
Thats why i said its nearly always hyborbolic character statements. Characters call themselves beyond this, beyond that even tho they are clearly not like odin being stated to be omnipotent.
Here's the problem: Most fictional authors don't think about science implications, regardless of dimensional implications. So that their absolutely rediculous characters work, they basically make their own rules of dimensions, which is why science implications often get ignored in VS battles in general. So, my english skills are a little bit poor, but did you say that energy make up higher dimensional constructs (According to marvel)? When yes, that just proves my point right, that they're ignoring science implications and that the argument: Energy=dimensionless unit (Which is right in an technical meaning) doesn't apply here.
First off, you're right, Beyonder is the embodiment of infinite spatial dimensions. See here:
But it was never stated that his energy is just infinite in content, actually. So, by evidance, it's better to assume that he hold infinite-dimensional energy, since it was often stated that his energy basically makes up his infinite-dimensional multiverse. No evidance speaks for the fact that his energy is just infinite in content.
To be fair, something like infinite higher dimensions is mathematically not possible.
When we talk about the beyond-realm, it seems like energy is a dimensionality in this context.