I looked at all the threads you posted in since 2002 and saw no evidence of anyone "squashing" any idea that you had, except for the idea that you had back in 2003 that Alexa rankings really meant anything.
Which is beside the point, since we are talking apples and widgets here.
Yes, it IS possible to have 30 million pages with content. But it is highly unlikely that more than 5% of those will ever see the light of day on the search engines. And the question is, what kind of content? Something like Project Gutenberg is not the same as having 30 million auto generated pages. Nor are scraped RSS feeds, Wikipedia content, or phone book listing.