Certainly do not use fake email addresses. This has too many problems to even discuss here.
To answer the underlying question, about getting advice from people who understand things... Well, first, especially with the advent of the internet, it is easy to find out about standard things. At least if you have some of the keywords. Wikipedia exists, and is far more reliable now than it was decades ago.
In particular, many "experts" have written extensive notes about the things in which they're interested... So you could/should look at their notes, rather than asking them to repeat them for you personally.
Also, many "experts" are fully busy with their own projects, their own students (grad and undergrad), and cannot reasonably attempt to respond to all emails from the whole world. Especially if the questions are about basic things, well-documented many places. For special, interesting questions, yes, people may be able to find time. But for basic questions, whose answers are everywhere, it's not an interesting investment of one's limited time.
So don't think about how to "game" experts into spoon-feeding you basic things... :)