"what so superman can start off infinite, but none of the other kryptonians."

I already told you they should have the **potential** to, given the **fact** that Superman has done it twice.

"I said that no other characters have feats that contradict each other, superman does, explain that. For example, the Hulk's strength is potentially limitless, meaning at some point he can lift something, at another point he can't. Superman according to you starts off infinite, so that means he would have been able to stop the moon."

**According to me, he CAN start off there if he really needs to. Superman's strength has been described as limitless as well, but he holds back. The feat is inconsistent, but it is a feat nonetheless. It happened. I think this is a matter of you getting over it, just like the Silver Age speed feat.**

Superman's feats contradict each other.

**See above.**

"and Spectre doesn't weigh infinity, it said he was made up of eternity. if it weighed infninty it would sink through planet, like i said, but it was hovering. It probably weighed something, less than the earth i'd assume as it took 3 justice league members to move that."

**This is you trying to debunk it with "if he weighed that much he would have sank through the planet!" I think you're looking too much into this. I've already explained this feat to you as well. It says that his consciousness contains eternity itself and that eternity is heavy. It's used to describe itself as a weight, which is logically infinite. It isn't that hard to understand. It seems like you're literally trying your best to disregard it and the other feat because you don't like them.**

Superman states "A book with an infinite number of pages occupying the same space"," this contains every book possible!".

Superman and Shazam attempt to take the book to a spaceship

Superman "The Ultima Thule's onboard computer has infinite memory capacity"

Shazam "Which means it could read every page of the book at once.".

When attempting to move the book pages start falling out and they drop it. The book reads itself.

**Not quite. Superman and Shazam pick it up, which allows them to read it. Superman even says they're reading it. Ultraman does it by himself, which is a testament to Superman being capable of doing it alone. You're saying Ultraman is stronger than Shazam and Superman combined, which we know isn't true. **

Every book possible is a finite number of books, not an infinite number of books. There is no context to the weight. On our own Earth (Earth 1 in the DCU) we are moving away from printed content to digital content. It's safe to assume that is the case in other (theoretical) multiverses.

In an attempt to show some context we can try to determine the weight of all the books on Earth.

http://mashable.com/2010/08/05/number-of-books-in-the-world/

How many books have ever been published in all of modern history? According to Google's advanced algorithms, the answer is nearly 130 million books, or 129,864,880, to be exact.

All the books possible on Earth is 130 million books. How much does an average book weigh?

http://avgpostageweights.blogspot.co.uk/2010/10/average-weight-of-paperback-book.html

The heaviest paperback weights 1lb 5oz = 0.60kg

The heaviest hardback weights 1lb 15oz = 0.88kg

If we say all the books in the World have the weight of the heaviest hardback that means they were lifting 114400000 kg or 114,400 tonnes (0.88 x 130 million).

IF we say there are a million copies of every book ever published that's 114,400 x 1,000,000 = 114400000000 or one hundred fourteen billion four hundred million tonnes.

If we say there are a million copies of every book ever published in 52 multiverses that's 114400000000 x 52 = 5.9488e+12 = five billion ninety-four million eight hundred eighty thousand twelve or 5.9488 trillion tonnes.

http://www.tools4noobs.com/online_tools/number_spell_words/

Still considerably less than the weight of the Earth - 6.580 sextillion tons.

- If Superman could lift infinite weight he would not have needed the help of Wonder Woman and Kyle Rayner to lift Spectre (JLA The Spectre Soul War 1)
- If Superman could lift infinite weight he would not have needed the help of Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter and Kyle Rayner to move the Earth (JLA 75)
- If Superman could lift infinite weight he would not have needed to sun-dip in order to move Warworld (Action Comics 782)
- Spectre was heavier than the book as it took three Justice League members to move him
- The Earth was also heavier than the book and Spectre as it took four Justice League members to move him

Therefore Superman did not lift infinite weight."

**I've seen some stupid people, but this... First of all, I've explained the Spectre bit to you. With that, lifting any part of his body would be lifting infinite weight. The feat stands on it's own, whining about it's inconsistency is pointless. Again, inconsistent feats contradict other showings. Thanks for the attempt at specific examples though?**

**Now to the worst part of all your ranting. It's pretty funny that you wasted all your time with that math due to your lack of reading comprehension. You seem to think something else is meant by every book possible. It doesn't mean every book written. Yours isn't even a reasonable comparison, as it makes absolutely no sense here. Every book possible means any book imaginable and unimaginable. All with any language, words, meanings, stories, lengths, sizes, shapes, colors, and any other unfathomable descriptions for a book that there COULD be. That is NOT a finite number. At this point, I think you might just be too simple to understand this stuff. They say it has infinite pages, and that it contains every book possible. You say it isn't infinite and that it doesn't contain every book possible. Forgive me if I'm hesitant to choose you over the source material.**

"On our own Earth (Earth 1 in the DCU) we are moving away from printed content to digital content. It's safe to assume that is the case in other (theoretical) multiverses."

**This is not a safe assumption whatsoever.**

**GG.**

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