Nor does evolution make that claim.<quoted text>Okay, if you use biology to support evolution, then what do you use to support biology? The exisence of a rat, does not support the existence of bats, humans and fish.
It's not the independent existence of each which demonstrates the existence of the others. It's the collective characteristics of each which forms a pattern of nested hierarchy as expected by the hypothesis of common ancestry.The existence or nonexistence of them all do not support a common link among each. The nonexistence of dinosaurs does not support the existence of rats, bats, humans and fish.
Projection.Your theory is just a belief and your need for it.
I have no need for the theory of plate tectonics, but I accept it. If I was born into a world where there was an alternate mechanism to plate tectonics I'd be just as satisfied. Same with evolution. I just so happen to have been born into a world where evolution and plate tectonics are the norm.