I think the dark eye circles seem credible since Minoxidil is a blood lowering medication after all and to appear sleepy or sad is common with low blood pressure because the skin under your eyes is thinner than elsewhere so any less bloodflow will, more or less, depending on where you're coming...
Your sides are immune to androgenetic hairloss meaning what density you have there is your actual natural one. What I'm talking about here is this. This is rather glaring. This shouldn't be see-through when the rest of your hair isn't.
A very pronounced widows peak and some very shady thinning right behind the frontal hairline (not in the back though meaning meaning that what you have in the front doesn't just so happen to be thin naturally)? I think I'll have to go with a "Yes" on this one.
But have you actually lost 60% of your hair? Obviously your hair will look less dense when you get a buzz cut, regardless of actual density.
Grow it out again and then report back.
That only proves that simply some people do not respond to certain drugs and that's something you can observe with...
You are reading too much reason into this whole evolution thing. Hairloss might as well be a result of one early hominid being hit by a primal coconut and only his brother with an absolutely random and novel mutation for hairloss surviving.