Let's talk about common sense...Doesn't make common sense.
You are claiming that evolution is false. Yet, many scientists work in fields that deal directly or indirectly with evolution.
If evolution is false, then the work they produce must either be faulty or falsified. It either can't work because it's based on something that's broken, or it works because they are cheating.
If that's the case, then everyone in these fields must know that evolution is false. Not "they have their opinion" the way someone outside of the field thinks. They work IN THE FIELD, they _MUST_ know that it's absolutely fake.
So, these people (let's say 200 million worldwide, though it's probably MUCH higher) all _KNOW_ for a fact that evolution is absolutely false and, by extension, must therefore know that Creationism is correct.
They _KNOW_, therefore, that they are going against God's will and will suffer in Hell forever as a result. They know the same fate will befall their loved ones.
AND, they are constantly having to fake all their work so that they can still produce results but without the primary mechanism involved in generating those results.
Yet, they all keep doing it. And for all this effort and eternal damnation for themselves and everyone they love, they earn a modest Middle Class income.
However, if they switched to any other profession, their lives would be a lot easier (since they wouldn't have to fake their work all the time), they'd make the same or more money, and they wouldn't face eternal damnation.
All 200 Million scientists are actually producing result using real science that actually works. They aren't lying to themselves and everyone else. They aren't involved in a massive global cover up.
But, the book that was written 6,000 years ago based on earlier Babylonian mythology is meant to be taken as an _ANALOGY_(which incidentally, is _EXACTLY_ what the Jews say and it is, after all, THEIR book).
It's just that a few religious fundamentalists in the US have forgotten the _ANALOGY_ part and are trying to look at the stories as if they are 100% scientifically accurate despite the fact that no evidence supports them and all evidence contradicts them.
So, using "common sense", which of these two scenarios makes the most sense?
#1) Massive worldwide scientific conspiracy involving fake results (which actually work) by scientists who have no reason to do so.
#2) A small group of American worshipers are misunderstanding the point of the stories (exactly like the people who's stories they are are saying is happening).