We have an extensive fossil record of how early plant life developed. Are you completely unaware of that?<quoted text>
Where is your proof? what did plant life start out as then?
From the detritus left behind by the formation of our sun. All the planets, asteroids, etc. are made of it. The earth wasn't "created." It came together gradually over many millions of years primarily by the binding force of gravity.<quoted text>
Where did the dust that the Earth was created from come from?
Man IS a primate. Is it asking too much to suggest that you get an education before you criticize what you THINK science says?<quoted text>
Where is the link between man and primate?
This is our human ancestry as we know it so far. More is being learned all the time:
Technically, science doesn't "prove" things finally and completely. It gathers evidence for a certain explanation (called a scientific theory) and as long as the evidence supports that theory, that is presented as what science knows, i.e. the Theory of Evolution.<quoted text>
Where is the link between man and primate? There are similarities but no actual proof.
ALL the evidence points toward evolution, and HAS for the last 150 years or so.
The DNA evidence alone is considered final and irrevocable "proof" of man's evolution out of earlier species in the ape family.