You suffer some verbal diarrhoea, anyway, without reading it the answer is the same as for MUQ<quoted text> You do not know what you are talking about ! Darwin had two separate types of Evolution in mind when he wrote his book first the General Theory on Evolution then His "special theory of Evolution ! His special theory had to do with variance in species, such as Finches on the Galapagos islands, he noted the variances in their beaks and plumage and thought to himself that they may have a common finch ancestor that those birds all evolved from because of their beaks and their plumage for their individual needs because of the different environments they were found in ! Like you see many versions of cats dogs, birds, apes etc etc ! That was his Special theory and that made sense ! Where he got it wrong was in his General Theory of evolution, Because he further developed the Idea of one common ancestor to everything, hence he turns Dinosaurs into birds and Apes into man ! He thought that one species could overtime turn into another species, And that has not ever been seen in any fossil record showing considering their are millions of fossils that have been found and slow changes should of shown up in at the very least hundreds of thousands of the fossils so far discovered absolutely none have ! Then with Paleontology the same is noticed ! There is not one single human bone found in a ape ! Not One ! and once again there should have been,something because the changes were subtle they should have at least found a few pointing to a support the idea of a change from one species to another ! But an ape is a totally different species to a Human being even though you may think there are similarities they are not great ! compare an Elephant to a horse, Yes they have a few similarities but to suggest that they are of the same species is absurd ! Furthermore if we go back in time and try to suggest everything came from the same single cell life-form, then why the many and varied diversity in nature we have now ? There was no real need for it ! was there ? Unless you put a creator in the middle of course then it all makes a lot more sense !
The problem isn't in evolution, it is on the GODdidit theory
The Creator cannot fail creating a specie, right ?
So why a Creator perfect creation should disapear ?
Did God created a specie and disliked it ?
Sorry MUQ, the succession of different living creatures vestiges found would give me the idea of your God as some engineer launching experimental living creatures and having no care them, and then trying some other model.maybe more sophisticated
Therefore, evolution seems to be a better choice than your theory of an experimentalist GODdidit.