You've got it completely wrong.
The question is by no means “not constructive”. The fact that the guidelines are met should be a hint. It's a well-written question about an interesting subject.
That this question was closed as NC doesn't surprise me. There are more things on heaven and earth than dreamt of in most programmers' philosophy, but your average SO/Prog.SE close voter barely dreams, let alone imagine that there's a whole world out there.
The study of languages is a science. The question is perhaps not well-suited for the site: it's on-topic (I guess) in that it's about programming languages, but the target audience would be computer scientists, who understand what a programming language is and how natural languages are modeled.
Speaking as a moderator on Computer Science, I'll recommend migrating the question there. Both programming language theory and natural language modeling are on-topic there, and we don't dismiss “it's not part of my daily job as a programmer” as non-constructive.
(However, I'm afraid user881920 is going to be disappointed. While the question is thought-provoking, the answer is an unexciting no.)