There is no question to your question and it is very open-ended and implies a false correlation between one thing and another.
“Some moderations to close a question do not make sense here. The reason stated for the closing of question the at the top of the page, for example, says this question needs clarity.”
Yes, your question does need clarity. Read below.
Your question never stated a problem other than you somehow correlating degraded performance with Firefox memory issues.
The comments there are very clear and honest. I even commented:
“The question is close and honestly it feels like you are engaging in confirmation bias between performance degradation and memory usage. I don’t believe Firefox memory usage plays a role here.”
So the reason why that “question” cannot be answered is there is no question. The more details that are needed for that question is simple: What is your real underlying problem?
Then you say this:
“The OP has asked three clear explicit questions and expects answers.”
Multiple issues here that is not going to win you friends or provide you answers:
You are referring to your self in the third person as if you are advocating for someone else. You are simply upset your question was closed.
This site is not about bundling three questions into one question; you need to focus on one issue and provide context for that issue. And these three questions all seem to basically be the same thing “Why is this happening?” And I will attempt to address them here in the context if why I voted to close
- “Why is it so memory-expensive?”: Why do you see this as a problem? This is a modern web browser; all modern web browsers use more RAM than browsers of the past.
- “Is this going to be fixed at all?”: Again, why do you see this as a problem? And why should this be “fixed”. If millions of people are using Firefox daily and see no problem, why are you — and only you — seeing this as a problem.
- “Is there a way to lower the memory consumed by Firefox?”: Again, what do you think you will gain by “fixing” a “problem” that you have somehow decided is a problem only to you? Maybe there is a way to tweak Firefox to use less memory, but it will most likely degrade performance and still leave you with a system that has degraded performance because I will be anything that is not the core issue.
And finally, the title of this question is:
“A hidden passive-aggressive attitude toward questions”
The only passive aggressive attitude I see here comes from you are your overblown reaction to a question being closed. There is no passive aggression in the pile of comments site members — and not just moderators — have posted on that closed question. Multiple people are explaining the issue. Yet you refuse to ignore it and instead come here to complain referring to yourself in the third person; that alone is a massive act of passive aggression on your part.
If after you read all of this you are still insistent that Firefox is issues that need to be fixed, it might be best to report it directly to the developers at Mozilla. Who knows? Maybe there is something to what you posted.