That's not possible because you earn the GM title not by your playing strength but tournament results. If everyone was playing at super-GM level then you can't earn the the GM norms.
you can do it, the power is in your mind . The placebo saves the lives of thousands of people every year, if you feel you can be a SuperGM for a long time, you become obssessed of chess , probably you will become in a super GM too. Ok , then you can tell me, " but i have not talent f0r this hard task man " but as i told you, probably right now you have not the talent but that´s because your brain believes you have not enough talent for chess, change your brain, change your subconscious beliefs and the talent will emerge on you .
You can´t be a super GM just praying if you don´t study chess , all elite players study chess so if you want to be a super GM it´s included in the occupation . But what i mean, the key here is the talent ! , you need a big talent as Magnus Carlsen, don´t lose your time committing suicide and reincarnated as a famous chess master, you can do it for yourself in this life, increases your talent naturally .
I give you an example, Judith Polgar, ¿ how the hell did she obtains 2700 rating FIDE being Woman ? She just was an object of his father's experiment , and Laszlo got his dream with one of their daughters and i don´t believe Judith Polgar was so talent chess player (just a bit more than her sister) , just a hard worker and a subconscious belief .
Nowadays all the elite women in chess would not be top 50 in chess male , ask yourself how is this possible and how Polgar system got destroy the myth of weaker sex .
I think after all the answer is surely no. Another question :
Can any above average math (or physic, informatic etc) student become a chess GM ? (With good support, of course)
I myself love chess, but to be honest, I think chess requires little intelligent to be good at. I studied at somewhat "elite" university and I also knew a lot of NM, IM from my country, I could say my friends are a lot brighter than the chess players.