I think this would be encouraged. Education is usually a good thing.
You know, this "bro science" term gets thrown around as a derogatory insult, but it doesn't really have a definition. It actually seems that many people like to insult a recommendation they do not agree with by calling it "bro science" - but the thing is, experiences that people have had with various programs, exercises, and substances would seem to be very useful information.
Also, if you "typically" don't rely on bro science, why break your pattern for this particular subject?
Actually, there's a great deal of value here. I can point to a few dozen threads where beginners have gotten good advice, or successful and experienced trainees have gotten good information.
However, when you post a question, you should be prepared for the possibility that some people may have an answer you don't like. For example, pointing out the absurdity of doing a "mild" cycle to "just gain a little bit of muscle." Doubly amusing is the way you utterly flew off the handle at Reed for calling your post pathetic, including that-doesn't-even-make-sense insults like calling him out for posting a shirtless photo (again, this is a bodybuilding website, that's kind of the point) and saying he was posing in front of a bathroom mirror from a 1980's hotel (still not really sure what that means, or what it had to do with anything, but, uh, moving on...)
Overall, it's highly amusing that you posted here to ask a question, then when you got a single reply that was mean to you, flip on the place and call it a cesspool of bad information. I mean, if it was so bad, why did you post here in the first place? Did you try reading any other threads before posting your question? I'm guessing the answer is no, because if you had, you would see that onetime poster FuriousGeorge wrote a lengthy "first cycle" post that probably could have given you what you were looking for.
This is kind of like walking into the best shoe store in town, trying on a pair of shoes you don't like and having the salesman say maybe your feet should try on a different style, then insulting the salesman for his ugly belt and stupid suit from the 1980's while walking out and calling shoe stores a cesspool of terrible merchandise.