I'm trying to find the name of any logical fallacy that involves claiming that the opposition hasn't done enough research to effectively participate in the debate. I've read through a hundred or so fallacies and haven't found a close one.
Statements exemplifying this attitude:
- "Please don't respond unless you've read all the materials I've posted on the topic."
- "If you ever do as much studying as I have, you'll come to the same conclusion."
- "You wouldn't think that if you knew as much as I do."
I feel like it's somewhat related to "The Snow Job" fallacy (overwhelming the audience with marginally-relevant information) in that it requires the opponent to shovel through a lot of specific material in order to participate, but that's not quite it.
It may also be somewhat related to "Argument from Authority" in that the perpetrator often requires the opposition to consume materials from lots of different "authorities" on the topic (as the perpetrator would believe them to be), however I'm more focused on the unreasonable and ill-defined request that the opposition "do as much research as I have."