See, already here your misunderstandings are fundamental. Science literally cannot rule anything out. It cannot possibly do that. By it’s very nature science is and always will be tentative, and it will always be possible to give an alternative explanation for the data you have. This is logically unavoidable.
You are asking for certainty from a method that cannot offer it. Nothing in science is absolutely certain. Nothing.
So what is it you see it has any problem explaining? Point to some genetic difference and explain what the difficulty is.
Yes. They always can be misleading. Evidence can be faked, or planted, or the product of mere coincidence. There is always going to be some alternative conceivable explanation for a pattern.
But it’s still a pattern, and the pattern needs an explanation. Some explanations just make much less sense than others (like independent creation resulting in consilience of independent phylogenies), and some explanations make testable predictions that can be tested against more data.
But you have no evidence that they don’t work. You’re just clining to that idea because some creationist guy said it and it feels comfortable to believe it.
Speaking of creationists denying reality, here we see a perfect example. The real-time denial of relaxed natural selection on humans. Thank you for proving the point.
Remember that table of historical infant mortality rates compared to the present? Apparently not. Mysteriously absent from your recollection, and now you’re espousing a sort of emotional conspiracy theory against demonstrable reality. It’s “too convenient”.
So if you got an infection 600 years ago after having had surgery because you had an accident and bone was sticking out of your arm and you lost a lot of blood and had to get a transfusion, what antibiotic did your doctor prescribe?
Oh wait, you didn’t get antibiotics from your doctor, because you didn’t get any surgery because you lost a lot of blood and simply died because there was no ambulance that came to get you and no phone to use to call 911, and nobody would even have known that people have different blood types. Or what the cause of infections are, much less what to do about them.
Now add everything else that medical science and industrialization helps provide people. Food, shelter, protection from predators, clean and abundant drinking water.
Nope, none of this helps people survive things they would have to contend with in nature. Systematic and industrialized agriculture has no effect on reducing rates of starvation. Nope, none at all. Being able to fill a train and and airplane with food and transport it across the globe never helped anyone who would otherwise have been dead. Never happened. Too convenient.
You mean like the idea that thinking can take place in the absence of a physical brain, outside of time and space, and make universes, planets, time, space, and living organisms simply pop into existence out of nothing?
So better take him to be right and demand others prove him wrong by completely ruling out that he’s correct using a method literally incapable of ever doing such a thing. Because that is a rational methodology if I ever heard one.
Clearly nothing is going to cut it since you so obviously don’t want anything but what you already believe to be true. But mostly because you’ve fundamentally misunderstood the nature of both science, and evidence.
We don’t know everything, in fact very little. But we know enough to know that evolution is the explanation for the diversity of life, and that it simply isn’t necessary to know the world-history of every molecule of life at sub-angstrom resolution to be able to say that. Like with the tomato soup.
There sure is, and our understanding of the evolutionary history of life is constantly improving.
Do you have a calculation that shows this or is this just another one of your too convenient feelings?
Are even you aware that you didn’t actually study the basics of physics? You read popular press news articles on findings in cosmology.
The basics of physics are found in textbooks, and they’re full of mathematical expressions.
Everything you just wrote is ridiculous nonsense.