I have already answered:
I am curious and enjoy learning.
Why am I curious about these topics in particular?
They remain unanswered, and aren't readily answerable by physical observation.
Ah so the olive branch was offered and then rejected
IF you are really interested in learning then you would have answered my questions, I would have answered yours and something constructive could have been born
Instead you retreated into nebulous childishness
I am not any more interested in Buddhism
than it offers more rational half-explanations about unanswerable questions than do other religions; almost to the point where I wouldn't consider it a religion, but a science, if it weren't so evasive (although still less so than other religions).
Well it depends on how you define "religion"
After all certain forms of Marxism can be considered a religion
Its not evasisve as such, just to the point
A subtle difference, but a difference nether the less
Thus far your only retort has been to evade the holes rather than fill them.
Im afraid that is all you have done
Based on the Sutta's I've read, it seems even Buddha won't be able to patch you back up (he'll just tell you to ignore them in an attempt to save you the stress of having irreparable holes).
In what way?
And please dont duck, its beneath you