I think you're the only one who's ever found a false positive, if you indeed have. Disclosing the metrics would only encourage people to game the system by figuring out ways to work around them. The point is to prevent bad questions from entering our site. Thus, your suggestion is counter-productive.
As Bill implied in an answer to your previous question the standards that we have now represent an absolute minimum quality bar. If your questions are not meeting that minimum standard, we're not particularly interested in accepting them.
We have already documented some tried-and-true methods of improving your question here, and several other places around Meta. I see no compelling reason to waste any more time on this.
You're right in observing that you shouldn't be able to split the question up into multiple paragraphs and bypass the quality filter. But this kind of thing isn't worth optimizing. It's keeping out the worst of the worst, and that's all that it is really intended to do. If someone happens to skate by it by splitting a bad single-paragraph question up into multiple paragraphs, you can rest assured that the community will quickly close that question and all will be well with the world again.
Also, perhaps you missed it, but it looks like we've already fixed that particular bug. Whitespace is now stripped out of questions before they are run through the quality filter. Ahh, the power of regex.