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Immeasurable does not mean infinite.

You are taking one qualtiy of "infinite" and making that the entire concept.

Your entire understanding of the concept is wrong.

I have proven this multiple times.

Your errors of logic are even worse. You claim "infinite distance" for the expansion of the universe. Then when shown how reaching infinity by addition is impossible, you resort to "infinite from the beginning". But your "infinite" in this case is "infinitely small", which does not help your dilemma of the impossible "infinitely large". It compounds the contradiction.

You plod along stupidly and assert it as intellectual superiority.

I can't help you. But I'm happy to ridicule you.

"Immeasurable does not mean infinite."

Again, you can't change the definition. Though you sure dance around trying too.

1.immeasurably great:

1.limitless or endless in space, extent, or size; impossible to measure or calculate

2. Immeasurably great or large; boundless:

"impossible to measure or calculate"

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