Is this process you describe capable of producing, for example, new functional organs and extremities? If so, how do you know that? What scientific evidence do you have that demonstrates this could account for a soup-to-humans evolution? What experiments have been conducted?
Yep, it creates new organs. Now, if you're thinking "How did the genes know to make a new organ?", then you don't understand evolution. Organs come about from gradual changes, and those changes happen to be beneficial, the organism gets a new organ out of the deal. Researchers are able to follow the slow evolution of various life forms over time because of fossils, and what they find in the fossils is consistent with the performance of genes.
Nope, no experiments. This is mostly because no scientist has ever been given a grant to study something for a million years. Too spendy. So we have to settle for observation rather than experimentation. Though experiments via computer programs designed to simulate evolution have shown the ability to create new capabilities that were not programmed in by humans.
Before you have a hissy fit about the lack of experimentation, are you equally upset that we haven't created a giant sun here on earth to make sure our understanding of the one out there in space is accurate. Or are you fairly happy with just observing and confident in the assessment science has made on the subject?
You are allowed to be curious and have your doubts. That's a good attitude to have about science. But if you think that the tens of thousands, or more likely hundreds of thousands, of people who have entered science and studied various aspects of evolution have all conspired to hoodwink us for some nefarious reason, you are overestimating the ability of that many people to keep their mouths shut. If it were indeed a big conspiracy of lies, methinks a few spy-type theists would go underground, get a science "education" in paleontology or genetics and then go public and reveal all the lies, and provide proof for such lies. But maybe theists just aren't all that up on finding out what is true or something. I dunno.
Everything relevant sciences find points to evolution. It is consistent with not only paleontology and biology/genetics, but also with other findings in geology, chemistry, astronomy, plate tectonics, climatology, etc. And nothing points to a young earth, let alone big floods or other fantastic stories.
You cannot base entire scientific disciplines on lies. You can base entire pseudo-scientific disciplines on lies (astrology, for instance) but not real science, using real observation, real study, real research. And driven by real curiosity.
Today the European Space Agency, using real science, put a probe into orbit around a tiny little comet a couple of hundred million miles from earth. That is real science doing real things with real knowledge. Geneticists have no way to put tiny microscopes in orbit around DNA molecules in our bodies. If they could, I'm sure they would. But the sciences you don't like, don't agree with, are exactly the same quality as the science being done in outer space right now. It is done with the same care, the same concern for accuracy, the same concern for the truth. And every discovery in science is taken with a grain of salt until the evidence for any given discovery becomes so overwhelming that there is little chance of alternative explanations. And evolution is just that.
Keep in mind that if your god is real and did all this life stuff, he also invented the parasitic fungi that kill ants by infecting their living bodies and slowly killing them so that they can fruit and distribute spores. It looks like this:
Evolution, completely lacking in human morals, does whatever the heck it wants. You and I can go "yuck" and tell ourselves we would never harm innocent creatures like that, but evolution has no control over what happens. If there is anywhere the phrase "shit happens" applies universally, it is within evolution. There is no control, no guidance, only those things that are possible and those things that work. It isn't pretty. But we are here because it functions well enough to make humans who are smart enough to invent morals and go all judgmental on evolution's ass. But we can't stop it.
You have accepted a belief system that contradicts evolution, along with the current scientific thinkings about astronomy, geology and many other fields. You have accepted as true a set of stories that must discount both research and reality. You know, the parts of reality that shouldn't be there if your story is true, like the always consistent fossil fields, and the living organisms older than 6,000 years, stuff like that.
So whatever flavor of religion you adhere to, it is one that discounts a large body of scientific evidence solely because if that evidence is true, your religion is wrong, at least at the level of basic details. Evolution doesn't say there is no god. That's is not within its purview. It says life evolved to its present state over a period of several billion years, that it is still evolving, and that the evidence for such things is overwhelming. But it makes no statement about gods. Because researchers haven't found any sign of one yet. So science has nothing to say on the subject.
Your job, should you choose to do it, is to continue denying that it is true, and to concoct a long series of one and two sentence rebuttals every day for the rest of your life. Your job is to remain incredulous that eyes could form at all, that billions of years have passed since the planet was formed, wonder little about why we have an appendix, and deny that any rational explanations are true. And while that will keep you busy for awhile, it won't do you any good, because you are requiring yourself to remain ignorant of a large body of knowledge, merely to placate your religious opinion.
Which is fine. Just don't be so frickin' surprised that not everyone agrees with you. We have plenty of reasons to think otherwise, but none of them include deliberately pissing off the theists. Thats a byproduct of learning, and we won't apologize for it.