I think the OP has a point to some degree. (Nothing like starting off a post with an incredibly wishy-washy statement!) But, I do agree that rep as an absolute number has a meaning, and that meaning is not necessarily one of reverence. There are other metrics by which we may better measure the average quality of one's questions and answers.
And let me preface the rest of what I'm going to say with the fact that, if the OP is really 16 years old as he states, then his mathematical knowledge is quite far ahead of most of his peers. I applaud his smarts and guts for showing his wares among the likes of the university professors, Ph.D. students, and other oddballs that inhabit this site.
(And I assume that I am speaking of a male with a moniker beginning with "Zach..." Please correct me if I am wrong.)
OK, that all said, the OP has been on this site for all of 43 days. The user he chooses to pick on, Asaf, has been on the site for 4 years and 8 months. The OP has provided about 50 answers; Asaf, nearly 4200. Asaf is a productive contributor who provides consistently high-quality content both in the main site and meta, and is the sort of chap one may want to have a beer with. So, if Asaf's "value" to this site should not be 500 times that of the OP, then maybe it should be more like 1,000, or 5,000 times that of the OP's.
I could go on. But I hope to simply disabuse the OP of the notion that the highest-rep users are "farmers." Well, at least most of them. But people who have high rep post a lot of high-quality answers. People who post a lot of low-quality crap do not have high reps. It is as simple as that. It does not mean that high-rep users are better human beings than low-rep users. It just means that they have posted a lot of stuff that the community generally approves of.
Now, we may argue whether a user with 60K rep that has posted 1,000 answers has made better contributions than the user with 60K rep who has posted 4,000 answers. Hell, the SE Blog posted something about an "impact score" that measures a user's overall impact on the site not that long ago. So we know that rep alone does not paint a complete picture of a user's contributions here. But it does have a certain meaning. And that meaning is useful and should not be neglected.