I'm fairly certain that you don't decide what is or isn't an infallible (or not infallible) teaching of the Catholic Church.<quoted text>
No the Assumption is not infallible teaching.
There is nowhere in recorded history, except for the story in the Bible, of Mary "ascending in bodily form".
It could be true, if one had witnessed an alien abduction.
That would mean Mary was not of this Earth to begin with. Some call that type of being - extraterrestrial.
Do you have something that can validate the Assumption occurred, outside of the Bible? You know another contemporary source?
Another odd thing about this is:
"This doctrine was dogmatically defined by Pope Pius XII on November 1, 1950, in his Apostolic Constitution Munificentissimus Deus by exercising papal infallibility."
- It took 1900 years to make this infallible - by a man?
But enough of the points that make your claim false.
Let's have something from you that you can provide that shows differently.
As you asked me earlier, you CAN make a disticntion between what you believe and what is fact, can you not?