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@leonevelake: You don't see it, that's your problem. I'm not going bother explaining.
@leonevelake:Your response was inconclusive and sadly... nonsensical.
@leonevelake: "Calm down", he says
I AM CALM. Or I was until posted this.
I'd say you're the one on edge, considering you put my name in TWICE.
And it may not be natural laws but maybe it is. And FYI, to settle this debate:
Oh look who it is. And look what he's lifting. ON HIS OWN.
And since Ultraman and Superman are equals... Superman can do the same.
I rest my case.
@leonevelake: You know what? Stop acting like you're mature. You're still stating your point even though I made it clear neither of us would agree on the same thing. And I'm not calling your argument as a whole "stupid" but just that one comment about how "it never said this or that" BLAH BLAH BLAH. That excuse is simply wrong.
Anything that is infinite has an infinite supply of everything: space, weight, density.
And as for Superman 'failing' to lift lighter objects, his strength fluctuates from time to time. And since Ultraman, his counterpart lifted the Book of Eternity on his own... you get the point.
@leonevelake: Dude, I don't make the rules of strength in DC Comics and neither do you.
And seriously, your excuse that "never said it had infinite weight" is stupid. Infinite anything is infinite weight.
How about we agree to disagree on this one.
@leonevelake: It's simple really. Superman could lift Infinite Weight. But Captain Marvel helped him lift it for longer.
@bluejay4: No hype.
He did it. Infinity is infinite. Half of infinity is still f^%*ing infinity.
But an aged Captain America? For real?
Use your keyboard!
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