you certainly seem distraught about scientific communication. try reading open journals in university libraries.(you can read whats known about almost any subject and review the present state of acceptance and application.
You can sort through journal articles, books, etc. for evidence of scientific reasoning, but you have to search through a lot of material because a lot of it doesn't directly explain the fundamental scientific questions that are behind it.
Rather, there are loads of scientists who collaborate to flesh out theories, like in the articles I mentioned where they go on about how to assess how fast the universe is expanding, whether it is accelerating and/or whether the acceleration rate is accelerating, etc. but they don't mention the fundamental basis for the theory of expansion as being rooted in Hubble's observation of redshift in many galaxies and the interpretation of that redshift in terms of Einstein's relativity that explains the doppler effect of light.
I'm not saying expansion is necessarily wrong, but I'm saying you're not going to necessarily get down to that level of science by reading an article about how fast the universe is expanding, because that article is just propagating the assumption that expansion is a valid theory without espousing any critical thinking about the possibility of other explanations for redshift between galaxies besides them moving away from each other.
Otherwise, Im under no obligation to correct your science literature ignorance. Usually we go to conferences to discuss the papers that have been written(not the other way around as you seem to demand)
You're under no obligations that I know of period. But what you're implying is wrong, that conference attendance or paying for classes, books, articles, etc. is a necessary criteria for scientific thinking and discussion. Professors tell students to do all those things because it funds their business sector.
Yes you have to somehow get material to discuss, but you don't have to have a PhD in physics to question whether redshifted galaxies can be interpreted in some other way than assuming the universe is expanding.