Your argument from ignorance claim has been a bit overused. I am NOT saying that because you don't know exactly how something happened, then it must be untrue or that "God dunnit". That's a clever little thing that evolutionists do to make Creationists look stupid.
But you ARE saying that if we don't know everything about something, that goddidit. You ARE arguing for ignorance. You're not saying "if we examine the evidence, we can see that..." Instead, you're saying that "evolution can't explain everything, therefore, goddidit"
Let's say for the moment, that evolution is proved false. Would that be reason to claim "goddidit"? No, it wouldn't. Because even in that case, it would still
be a god of the gaps argument. It would still show a lack of research, a lack of examining the evidence, a lack of testability, a lack of falsifiability, etc. It's still poor thinking all around.
BUT, that's ALL evolution has! Nobody can answer the question, "HOW did it evolve and WHY?" Now that creates quite the problem, shouldn't it? If it's such a fact and proven, then you'd expect a rational explaination to the questions I've posed.
Nowhere has evolution been witnessed or observed. Nowhere have we seen a monkey grow into a man. And with the millions of examples of "tough" questions about extremely extraordinary species and life forms that can't be explained, HOW is evolution such a good idea?
I said this before, but........ KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT! Evolution does NOT say "monkeys grow into man". If you have such crazy ideas about evolution, then it's no wonder you think it's BS. Seriously, read a book by a creditable expert on the subject. Don't read something from a creationist, read from someone that knows what the subject actually is.