I remember seeing a picture where Banksy had graffitied over a Damian hirst spot painting, which I thought was amusing. It would be sad If Banksy couldn't see the irony in someone doing the same to one his own works. Even if it has been done in a rather crude way.
Scottish Nocturnal Bear, your reply to my post suggests that this thread is about getting some sort of validation about your 'wacky' training idea, giving you the justification to implement it. Ignoring any feedback from other posters on using a sensible training plan. The time for experimenting is after you have gained some experience. You can then adjust your training to what suits you.
As has already been said, the idea of training for a sub 2hr half marathon, by doing a 1:50 half marathon is madness. So is a training plan based on what an elite athelete may have done in order to break a world record.
At least the OP has put some thought into a potential training programme, even if it was perhaps through lack of knowledge or experience. We wouldn't make any progress if people always stuck with the satus quo. Can any of us honestly say that we haven't had our own ideas about training and tried them out to see if they did or didn't work. I know I have. We learn through experience, which can be good or bad.
I have seen plenty of articles about what is the best way to train. I would also like to see some studie on the incorrect way to train, to get some empirical data on bad/poor training.
I am in no way encouraging the OP to execute the 'nocturnal bear training plan', but I for one would be very interested in the result of this plan on the beginner trianing for a half marathon.