No. The generally accepted best practice is to create a starter wort around 1.035. You're not making beer. You're giving the yeast the chance to reproduce. They need fuel to do so but not enough to over work them.
There's really no need for all that boiling. All you need to do is bring the water to a boil to kill off any water born bacteria. Boiling temp for a few seconds will kill anything and sanitize your kettle. Of course this has been discussed many many times here and everyone has to be comfortable with their own MO.