Completely Rethinking My Answer!
I Read Your Question! --- Alright, so I read through your query and I actually think, for all the work you put into it, you might actually be asking the wrong question entirely. I agree 100% with Daron, that if all you really want to do is ask if some trope is feasible given a set of underlying world rules, then indeed about 95% of your text is useless and more of a hinderance than a help.
However, I believe (and I could be wrong) that this isn't really what you want to know. You've clearly got the world "built" and I think what you're really doing here is asking us to evaluate your idea.
JBH brought this concept up just recently in this question about asking us to review ideas. I think your 'theory' is sufficiently devised that we could offer reviews of it as a whole, rather than just giving you a thumbs up / down on whether the trope works or not.
Challenge: If you want us to answer "is this feasible," then I'd suggest deleting your question and start over. But, if you'd like us to "review your idea," then I'd suggest you edit your question to introduce your theory within the context of the world as you find it and ask us for what we think. I'd love to delve into that kind of query!
Aaaand.... I see you just wanted the feasibility check after all. Oh well! Maybe another time!
Apart from the Sandbox...
There are some basic strategies you can consider when presenting us with a wall-o-text theory that you think is so dreadfully important for your query to make sense. As Tortilena says, what you think requires a 900 word thesis, I might say, you could have asked it in 10 words! It happens.
Elevator Pitch --- You should always prepare a tl/dr, and since you're the querent, put it at the top! Even the longest scientific and medical papers in existence have a little bit of text that fits in a small box on PubMed.
Use Good Formatting --- Well written questions, especially those that require a lot of context like yours, will suffer if you do not format, or do not format well.
- Your marquee question should be concise and to the point and it should match what you're telling us in the body
- Give us your elevator pitch
- State your condensed thesis --- this is what differentiates my humans from real humans
- Give us your background --- this is your 900 words of context; please use good grammar, break things up into sections with appropriate headers
- Tell us what you're thinking and why (your assessment of the situation) --- since you're asking what amounts to a reality check, we'd like to be on the same page
- Tell us what you're looking for in a good answer --- what specifics should we address, the criteria by which you'd judge an answer "useful", give us your worldbuilding context by telling us a little bit about how your world works and how it differs from the real world, etc.
Roll With the Punches --- Don't be surprised if someone comments "why did you make me read a whole bloody book when your question amounts to 'do I have permission to do this in my world!'"
Word Your Question Carefully --- Lots of questions succeed or fail simply because the querent doesn't pay attention to details. If you ask "why", I'm going to give you a philosophical or metaphysical meditation; if you ask "how", I'm going to give you a step by step progression; if you ask "can I do this", we're all going to say 'of course you can! It's your world!'; if you ask "does this make sense given the rules of my world" we're going to tell you yes or no and here's why.
Food for Thought --- Keep in mind that you're really not asking a "big question"! You're actually asking a relatively straight forward question that requires some background context to address. It's your job to give us the vital context in a legible & sensible fashion.
The Sandbox is a good place to start, but, to be honest, if you really think all that context is required, then go ahead and craft a well written query in Main!