"what chief scientist doesn't work in high energy physics?"
Is reasonable. Follows from 1.
"3. Utah man has the necessary credentials for writing a book on high energy physics."
Follows from 1 and 2.
4. Utah man may have already written (or very nearly written) a book on high energy physics.
Yes, and he is already having the ISBN numbers.
5. Fake expert leclite has trouble coming to terms with Utah man's real expertise in high energy physics.
Fake experts tend to be distrustful of real expertise. World looks yellow to the person with jaundice, as they say in Telugu.
8. Linux sucketh the big one.
Is well established. Primitive OS (aka toy OS). Its use in supercomputers confirms this rather than disproving it. As anyone with a modicum of IT knowledge knows (this therefore excludes leclite), a primitive OS is prefered for supercomputers. Just the bare minimum software to enable multiple threads and multiple processes.