Wow, you're wildly overreacting to misunderstood posts and intentions. That's fine, as you know that's a part of our schizotypal disease - difficulty relating to and understanding others.
Now I am always willing to learn from my mistakes and correct myself simply if I am made aware of them. As for the topic of glutamate, I have spend years on other forums reading about the subject and participating in discussions to find a way to alleviate my symptoms. What I say is what I've learned from others.
For your sake I will spend hours trying to find studies to back up what I've learned. Hopefully this way we calm down the situation
"glutamate deficiency could contribute to the pathogenesis of schizophrenia, not only through dopaminergic, but also through serotonergic, hyperactivity."
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12213297 (an example, not very relevant)
The exact sources for the nmda dysfunction induced dopamine d2 hyperactivity is evidently very difficult to find.
The idea was that nmda hypofunction leads to calcium channel dysfunction which leads to dopamine supersensitivity. I've spent hours on the old forum I used, trying to find the source but to no avail. And as usual Google and pubmed only turns up irrelevant junk. So I'll leave it there, forget about it.