The problem I see in that question is that it asks, "Why is (inaccurate statement) true?" The only answer there is, "That isn't true."
There are ways that the question could be re-phrased; the most direct would be along the lines of "What's wrong with my analysis below?" At that point, answers explaining the problem with the comparisons the OP made and the resulting conclusions that he arrived at would be answering the stated question. However, stating the question like that wouldn't be a particularly searchable question/answer for others; at some point "where did my thinking go astray" becomes useful and interesting for an audience of one.
I'd agree that this question isn't quite at that point yet, and if it were to be asked in a way that would be interesting to a decent number of people browsing the board then I'd be okay with that. There is quite a bit wrong with the analysis in the OP, and discussing how & why could be instructive.
But I don't think we do the community any favors by allowing an incorrect assertion to remain in the list of question titles. If the question can be edited to remove the incorrect statement from the title (along with the irrelevancy of "in formation" as others have pointed out) and ask it in a way that "here's where the analysis went off track" does answer the stated question, then I'd be good with reopening it. As things stand right now, however, I don't think it's there yet.