I am not really sure I have anything to say in the body besides the link except that the question was closed and probably deservedly.
To improve your question,
- arrange your thoughts in a logical order;
- make it easy to follow and concise;
- do not address individual comments either in comments or identifiably in the question: edit your question to take them into account and then flag the comment as "no longer required". Editing your question could involve a complete re-write, depending on what the comment says and how that affects your logical order. Once you complete an edit, your question should look as though it's just been asked, without "Edit" headers, addenda or afterthoughts. [However, don't invalidate existing answers! There could be a fine line to tread.]
It's not entirely applicable here, but you might want to have a look at my answer about research because it is tangentially relevant.