Look I am not going to get into any kind of discussion with someone who has no engineering background whatsoever...that is not how you play ball...
If you think my design has a nonexistent shortcoming then that is your layman's opinion, nothing more...as I just said to that other guy the skin DOES NOT take bending loads...what part of that do you not understand...?
You can go ahead and design your own wing and your own airplane and test it all you want...no problem...in the meantime if you have nothing further to add then please zip it up...your critique is totally devoid of any technical substance and is a waste of everyone's time in this discussion.
For this kind of unconventional design, I would certainly build myself a single panel and test it to destruction, in a properly controlled set-up. That usually answers any lingering doubt as to what is exactly is going on under load. And it's cheap enough to do that and gives you a chance to practice sticking the skin on without mishaps.