Again, this goes back to the seperation between fact and theory. I continually return here because so many people have a problem with it.
You must always keep one simple thing in mind; the first step of the scientific method is observation. The observation by itself is not science.
That an apple falls to the ground is a fact. But BY ITSELF, it is not science. The explanation as to WHY it falls is the science part. The explantion will never be an absolute.
That's sort of why we are here in this discussion in the first place. To deny evolution is to deny an observation, not science. To attack the explanation of the observation in an attempt to demonstrate that the observation does not exist is pointless. That would be like poking a hole in the theory of gravity to demonstrate that apples DO NOT fall to the ground.
This is what I have been trying to explain for years.
Let's say that Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection is flat out wrong. What happens to evolution? Not a darn thing. Similarly, when Einstien's Theory of Gravitation replaced Newton's, apples still fell to the ground.