You do not see that. You see a prediction.<quoted text>
The old "were you there?" myth.
We predict what we would expect to see, TODAY, if an explanatory theory is true. What would we expect to see TODAY, if evolution is true?
Convergence of kinds in the fossil record. Yep, we see that.
Placement of chance elements in the genome in a nested hierarchy consistent with the nested hierarchy of the fossil record. Yep, we see that.
No instances in the fossil record of a derived form existing before any of its possible antecedents. Yep, we see that.
None of this is "faith". More like a forensic investigation. Think how many criminals would walk if "were you there?" was the standard of proof in the courtroom.
Not only that but the elements of the engine driving evolution - exponential reproduction rates with imperfect heredity, competition for limited resources, etc, ARE all directly observable. Given long enough, these elements make evolution virtually inevitable. And what do you know...all the evidence we can find today backs that up.
Forensic investigation is good science, I hate to give a nod to subduction, but subduction zone theory is sound science, we can see it
We cannot see a change of kind, so it's all just a guess, with you and your peers displaying blind faith in man predictions.