What is your explanation for the many hundreds of thousands of biologists and geologists and paleontologists and archaeologists and other scientists all around the world spending their entire career working on something that you consider patently ridiculous? Either directly studying sciences that support evolution, or doing work that only makes sense if evolution is real. Do you really think that that many people would voluntarily spend their entire life doing something that is obviously false. So obviously false that you, as a non-scientist, can see the many flaws in the theory?
I know or have known three professional fisheries biologists, several dozen archaeologists, a biochemist, an oceanic geologist, two oil company geologists, a geologist who studies continental drift, a paleontologist who has traveled all over the world searching for fossils, and a few others I'm sure I've forgotten. Most were very excited about their chosen field and very willing to talk about the work they were or are doing. Do you really think that intelligent people would spend their entire professional career working on something they know not to be true? And do you think that they would spend their entire careers working in these fields and not see the lies, if the subjects they were studying were indeed lies?
Would you work for a pharmaceutical that cheated on its testing and overcharged for medicines and...oh wait, bad example. Would you spend your entire life knowingly living a lie, just to support some sort of hidden agenda of some sort of shadowy conspiracy group that terrorized the world by printing books?
Think about it. If ID is legitimate, for instance, why aren't there thousands of christian scientists researching all the discoveries and disproving with ease every single detail of evolutionary theory. Why is the christian right dependent on people like you, who all read exactly the same sites before coming here. The inner ear question, the eye question. The wing question. You didn't come up with those. Others did, and you are assuming they asked good questions and you trust that they are right. If only because their simple version of what happened matches your own.
It took me less than fifteen seconds to find a number of sources that describe how flight seems to have evolved. Yes, you're right, we had no video cameras or other eyewitnesses, but the lack of a Sony camcorder and Faux News doesn't mean it didn't happen. It only means that we have to discern what did occur based upon the evidencet. And we're having a heck of a time interpreting it any other way. No matter how unbelievable it is to you that these things could have happened, they probably did. Not because we commanded it to happen. Not because several trillion atheist heathens manufactured a lie to foist off on the world so we wouldn't have to obey your god. But because all of the evidence, fossil and otherwise, points to a very consistent story of evolved life.
Compared to all the things that are knowable, we don't know diddly. Nobody does. But rather than sitting around burning incense and mouthing incantations and drinking holy water by the gallon, a whole bunch of folks decided to start asking intelligent questions, and then to look for intelligent answers.
I suspect you area suffering from what is called "cognitive dissonance". We all suffer from it one way or the other, but folks like you who have so much invested in religion have to find ways to convince yourself that you haven't been a fool. And in order to do that, you have to find ways to convince yourself that others are. And by reading a little blurb on a creationist site about inner ears and wings, and then coming here and insisting we don't know WTF we're talking about, you are more sure than ever that you have the world figured out. And that we atheists and the scientists of the world are wrong about everything.
That's normal. That's why people who have tried to quit smoking and failed start to tell themselves that smoking isn't all that bad for them after all. People who haven't tried quitting know damned well it's bad, but they haven't failed at quitting so they don't have to lie to themselves to justify sucking on yet another cancer stick.
Now of course, you could say we are all wrong and deluding ourselves for the same reason, but the problem there is we have reams of evidence and tons of non-contradictory research in dozens of scientific fields, and tens of thousands of scientists who all agree with the theory of evolution. They may differ in some of the details, because like you say, nobody was there with a video camera, and hence we don't have absolutely everything we need to know the specifics of any given evolutionary process. But we have evidence. We have genetic similarities between humans and mice and yeast and dung beetles and naked mole rats, all of which were predicted long before we could sequence DNA. We have a geology that matches very precisely not only the findings of paleontology, but also the predictions of that science. We know where fossils are, and why. And we know where they are not. And why.
Now, in case you didn't read all this, here's my summary. Science isn't a huge conspiracy. You're wrong. You are too invested in your beliefs to be able to comprehend that. And in either case, if I type any more it will probably bore you, so I'll stop now.