And if one needs additional examples of how added layers of amplified noise can adversely impact clarity, they need look no further than the posts of the contrarian, above.......
I see what you you did there, very kind of you sir.
However fun you mental experiment may be,
you are starting with false premises (readily available mono camera sensors are as sensitive as NV sensors)--by NV sensor do you mean intensifier tube?
Your lack of precision is confusing.
You additionally do not recognize the ceiling of amplifier noise you talk about is far above some simplistic notion of what you imagine.
It is rather making a distinction without a practical difference. And why bring IQ into a discussion in the EAA?
Do you intend to criticism the whole of EAA because it doesn't have the IQ of long exposure photos?
And a pre-amplifier in a system that can image particular things is much better than a system than cannot possibly image those particular things under any other circumstance.
That's why for example meteor trackers aren't using your mythic "mono camera sensors that are as sensitive as NV....."