There is a creature that can perform amazing feats:
survive the vacuum of space
survive 6000 atmospheres of pressure
survive temperatures of 1 degree Centigrade above Absolute Zero
survive radiation doses lethel to humans (500+times)
survive for many years without water
What is this creature? It's called the waterbear and this mighty little creature on its own can disprove evolution.
Why did evolution "decide" to give this little creature those amazing abilities? Theres really no reason, these creatures won't find themselves in any of these conditions on Earth.
Someone here said that a bug's ability to become immune to pesticides is evolution. It's not evolution, that's ability to adjust to surroundings, nothing about the DNA is changed.
Downe Syndrome is an example of mutation. Downe Syndrome is not good its destructive.
Some people say that scientists have made life in labs. Well first off, they haven't. Second, they can't*. And third even if they could all that would prove is that it took an intelligent being to start it all.
* My dad installs blinds. He installed blinds for a man names Saran Narang, a world renowned biologist and he said that Man cannot make a drop of milk because it is living.
(This is probably going to get 300 thumbs down despite the fact that what I've said is all true.)
Some (especially miseducated critics) refer to macro and microevolution. There is no such thing. Evolution is evolution. Fruit flys, rats, frogs, etc., have all been observed undergoing character change in laboritories, resulting in the inability to mate with other members of the base species (the control), thus forming a new species. Several examples of so-called macroevolution (the change at a genus level) have been observed by biologists in the rain forest. Furthermore, good fossil evidence shows transition between genera, and even higher taxanomic orders (incorrectly called Kingdom, Phylum, etc. - current work in phylogentic taxonomy does away with Linnean ranks). Representatives of higher order change in the fossil record includes change with fish, fish to amphibians, with amphibians, within reptiles, "reptiles" to dinosaurs, within dinosaurs, dinosaurs to "birds", within "birds", "reptiles" to mammals, within mammals, and other mammals to humans. I am not mentioning invertebrates here, as I do not deal with them in my line of work. See current molecular and physical phylogenetic phylogenies in Nature, Science, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, etc., all of which are peer reviewed, something most parties who oppose evolution will not do (publish in peer-reviewed journals).
Evolution has nothing to do with The Big Bang - that is astronomy, not biology.
The synthysis and subsequent radiation and adaptation of life is a wonderful and beautiful thing, and far more complex than the, "We don't look like fish, so can't have evolved," argument presented by many whom view evolution/natural selection as the work of the devil.
2. The theory that species give rise to other species. This process of speciation can be accomplished in a number of ways, all of which must result in two (or more) populations becoming genetically isolated. This can be accomplished physically (allopatry and peripatry) or through division of patch types or through behavioral mechanisms (sympatry). This has been observed at low taxonomic levels. For instance, wheat is a modern species resulting from 2 instances of non-disjunction and one hybridization event that all occurred within the last 5000 years. The original plant has been identified from seeds from tombs in Egypt.
The creation of new higher level taxa is often referred to as macroevolution by non-scientists, but this usage is incorrect. The only difference between the origins of higher taxa and species is time. Today's species will eventually give rise to genera as they continue to diverge from their sister-taxa and continue to speciate themselves. All higher taxa were once just a species. Macroevolution properly refers to selection that operates above the species level, such as the selective pressure across the K-T boundary on gastropods which favored genera (but not species) with wide geographic ranges.
I'll note that theory is the most certain science ever is. In this case, it means that over the last century and a half, plus the observations from before the theory's proposal, no evidence has been found that contradicts the theory of evolution. By the same token, gravity is a theory, and thermodynamics is a theory. 'Law' is just scientific shorthand for a theory that no one thinks will ever be disproved, and may soon be applied to evolution.
2. The fossil sequence of horses is an excellent example of evolution
2. In everyday speech: A gradual process in which something changes into a different and usually more complex or better form.
2. It is interesting to note the evolution in computers over the years.