No, you have not.<quoted text>
I cant give you a measurement of the immeasurable, but have shown you the universe is immeasurable and meets the criteria and definitions in several ways.
Infinite does not just mean "immeasureable".
It has a number of principles embodied.
The simpliest one is "non-finite".
Everything physical is finite, by definition, whether measureable or not.
Another principle is "no finite quality".
Something with no finite quality is not physical. The extent of the universe has finite quality.
If it is finite in any part, it is finite in the whole.
Another principle of infinity is "unrealizable".
You claim the extent of the universe realizes an unrealizable distance.
The extent of the universe may be indeterminate. It cannot be infinite.
You should concede again. I hate having to win arguments multiple times.