Science only deals with efficient causes of how state x1 leads to state x2. It can't identify first causes which are found at the start of the cascade of causes.
Any religion that does not torment its followers with the most profound of questions every breath they take is no religion at all. Science, by the way, can never be "wrong" since it is a method; our understanding of the universe can on the other hand be wrong due to incomplete observation and faulty reasoning which any way is not a virtue at all.
You say that you don't judge and don't discriminate? Who are you trying to fool? Man, being a moral agent, is compelled to judge and discriminate. The question is whether the basis on which you choose to judge and discriminate is sound. Whether what you consider to be right is indeed just and what you think as wrong is really unjust. But how foolish is the endeavour to know what is wrong and right when one finds no purpose in the world? Why then should there be such things as wrong and right beyond mere subjective "yuck" factor?
How old is the earth? I fear, in light of such a stupid question, that you might live another 4.5 billion years and still be none the wiser.
I know exactly what science deals with as I have a BSc first class honours degree, and in a couple of years i will hopefully have a doctorate after completing a research PhD in ornithological evolutionary and speciation genomics. Maybe I should have took a priesthood instead. That why I could of just declared birds are different because god made them that way. If somebody says "ahh, but what about the instances of evolution which have been observed in real time, such as the peppered moth, I will say that god made evolution too.
Profound questions eh? Like should the Catholic church change it's stance on contraception to ease the AIDS pandemic in Africa?
Why is it foolish to endeavour to know what is right and wrong when I have no purpose in the world, and how do you know, just because I don't worship to some god, that I have no purpose? So only those with religion have purpose?
As an animal, my purpose on this planet is to first of all survive to breeding age, and then to reproduce, to ensure genetic survival. As a highly intelligent animal, my purpose in life is also to enjoy it to the maximum, to live my life the way I chose, and to die with as little regret as possible. The world is a nicer place if you're a nicer person. I don't like many birth canals, so I chose not to be a birth canal. This is why I choose to have my own personal set of values (not that i've wrote them down). I certainly wouldn't call that foolish, and I don't think any sensible minded person would either. In my eyes we are all equal, regardless of background, culture, religion, or race. So no, I don't judge, and I don't discriminate. Not the way that religion does.
It is my belief that this is why the bible, and religions were formed in the first place. Asides as a form of control and power, religion and their belief systems are an ancient set of rules, a design for living, a way of making the world a more civilized, and therefore a nicer place.
I asked about the age of the planet as I recently attended a debate on evolution where a vicar argued that the earth is just over 6,000 years old. So, it's not really that stupid a question.
Anyway, i've got some nasal mucus i'm going to try an plait, after i've done that i'm going to try and piss into the wind.