In your previous interactions on cstheory
we have seen that you lack the mathematical maturity to understand
what is a valid mathematical argument as I have written several times
(and that is the main reason that
you don't understand the problem with your "arguments" and
keep insisting on them and engaging in extended discussions).
Therefore your questions are off-topic here because you don't have the minimal understanding of the problem being solved, i.e. understand the answers given to you.
In addition, on cstheory we have an explicit policy against crank-friendly topics.
The goal of the policy is to be unwelcoming to cranks on this site.
cstheory does not welcome cranks.
It is not a personal issue and
it doesn't mean anything about interactions
we might have outside this site.
But on cstheory we will not welcome cranks.
As a non-expert who has been insisting to have proven P is not equal to NP for a considerable time despite the fact that no expert has accepted your claim you are considered a crank.
Also you tend to post question to later post (incorrect) answers ( e.g. 1, 2),
that is also unwelcome on cstheory.
cstheory should not be used for self-promotion of one's ideas,
if the intention is not to genuinely ask a question then
the question is "not a real question" and
should be closed.
Aside these, questions of the form
"I have this idea, what is wrong with it?"
can be on-topic stated suitably.
However such questions need considerable extra care since
they often result in open-ended extended discussions and
generally open-ended extended discussions are not suitable for
the sites on the Stack Exchange network, these are Q&A sites, not discussion sites.
I and other users have expressed the opinion that
we need a place for discussions,
but cstheory as a Q&A site is not that place.
the software for these sites is
intentionally designed to make extended discussions difficult.
These are the reasons your question was closed.
Whether some respected expert on the topic has replied to your email does not change them,
so I think your question should remain closed.
I don't use "crank" as a derogatory or disrespectful term,
I use crank to refer to non-experts who
insist on attacking famous open problems and/or their ideas/"solutions" to them,
without any indication that they have the required knowledge and
capability to solve the problem
(or even worse showing signs that
they have problems understanding even basic concepts of the topic).