I've been in four minds about this question, whether to flag it as off-topic, downvote it, critique it, or ignore it. I haven't yet decided.
On the one hand:
- This question pretty much boils down to How do I create and run sock-puppets on the World Wide Web that no-one can detect?.
- It's hard to see how this falls within the scope of a site for "computer enthusiasts and power users". We regularly declare to be out of scope questions that ask how to perform other questionable activities.
- Whilst they theoretically exist, in my own non-trivial experience with sockpuppetteers on WWW sites I've yet to see a beneficent sockpuppet in the particular form that the questioner asks about. (Note that the questioner asks about creating fake identities neither of which is the questioner. This question is not about the various other scenarios that are sometimes brought up where the identities are all still notionally onesself, such as separating work activity from non-work activity, say.)
- This question asks how to perform actions which would, if performed, violate SuperUser's own terms of service.
On the other hand:
- Despite the "disclaimer" practically shouting that the questioner regards this activity as wrong (otherwise xe wouldn't feel the need for the disclaimer in the first place) learning from asking questions is not an inherently bad thing. There's a whole moral argument here that you've probably heard and that I won't waste time repeating for the umpteenth time. And the question is not the action.
On the gripping hand:
- A question aimed in the reverse direction — How do I detect people sockpuppetteering on my WWW site? — is perhaps more palatable. Although the question of scope remains to an extent. It still may not be something for "computer enthusiasts and power users".
Needless to say, my experience dictates that I am not going to answer this question.