I don't think so, Alice, Still ain't interested in following you down the rabbit hole. You'll have to get others to play that game with ya.<quoted text>
You're either implying that people can believe in atheism and science or you're not. Which is it?
Believe / believe in. The context informs which is appropriate in which proposition. In other words, it's a non-issue, and a red herring to draw away from that fact that you made a silly.
On topic: you pretend there's some foolish ironic significance to the fact that non-believers are interested in debating religion and god concepts, You toss that out there like it's a slam.
Yet you do the same thing in the other direction, so you have insight into your own question.
Backwash is a bitch, ain't it? ;)