Yes. Because the public are uninformed of the facts and the merits of the theory<quoted text>
"A 2009 poll by Pew Research Center found that "Nearly all scientists (97%) say humans and other living things have evolved over time – 87% say evolution is due to natural processes, such as natural selection. The dominant position among scientists – that living things have evolved due to natural processes – is shared by only about third (32%) of the public."
Define 'scientist'.<quoted text>
There are scientists that don't support (believe in) evolution.
If by 'scientist' you mean a scholar who studied and graduated from an accredited university, in a field of any natural science (physics, biology, geology, geography, chemistry), then the percentage is very, very low.
If by 'scientist' you mean some guy on the TV saying he knows sciency stuff, like Kent Hovind, then the percentage is higher.
I understand 5 & 6, but how is a theory about a million year old 'believed' species "testable"?
According to the TOE, Dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago.
Now here is my prediction - do any radiometric test on any new dinosaur finding, and you find that fossil older than 65 million years.
Or, since the TOE says that birds all are offspring of a dinosaur call Archaeopteryx around 135 million years ago, I can make a prediction that you will NEVER find a bird fossil dated at 200 million years.
Another prediction - you will never find remains of a modern mammal (lion, zebra, human, elephant, horse etc) lying in the same layer as that of a T-Rex.
I gave you three or four. The TOE makes MILLIONS of such predictions.