Do you think Noam Chomsky would get any answers in this forum, or would his questions be closed by moderators as off-topic, because they have more to do with math and computer science than with linguistics?
Chomsky would not ask any questions here, so the question has an invalid presupposition. Indeed, I cannot discern what the "real" underlying question is. I suppose it might be "if we had users who were experts in their field, would they ask technical questions in their field here?". Or, "to what extent is SE a useful form for top-tier experts in an area to gain further knowledge of their field?" is a possible question – though it's going to be answered purely with personal opinion.
Another question you might ask is "what should the intended audience of SE be?". A third question is "why should the dissemination of knowledge via SE be limited to well-defined questions that have definite answers; why do we not have a provision for open-ended serial discussions?". Or, "how is SE different from Redit?". Finally, you could ask "what function does closing, deleting, editing and voting serve: should these functions be disabled (what would be the consequence of doing so, what are the arguments for and against doing so)?".
A further question, directed to a specific point you raise, is "Should SE eliminate the diamond hammer?". I am not totally unsympathetic to that proposition, but that would be a pretty brutally Darwinian burden on smaller SEs. "Best practice" is for moderators to wait on VTC until there are already 4 votes to close.