Originally Answered: If i could prove Creationism scientifically, would you be interested?
There are HOURS of video. If Walter J. Veith had reasonable, empirical evidence he could write about it in a peer-reviewed article.
You haven't done your homework, which is to educate yourself. This isn't uncommon for theists, who've been taught that "God did it" is a reasonable explanation for just about everything.
The Theory of Evolution has overwhelming and conclusive evidence. There are at least eleven areas of study and empirical data supporting the Theory of Evolution. They are:
* Paleontology (fossils)
* Distribution of Animals and Plants
* Comparative Anatomy
* Vestigial Organs
* Natural Selection
* Sexual Selection
* Molecular Biology
* Bad Design
* Lab Experiments
The Theory of Evolution is the basic unifying concept of biology. The CEO of The American Association for the Advancement of Science, Alan Leshner, wrote, “Although scientists may debate details of the mechanisms of evolution, there is no argument among scientists as to whether evolution is taking place.” The National Academy of Sciences, the most prestigious scientific organization in the United States, has declared evolution “one of the strongest and most useful scientific theories we have,” and notes that evolution is supported by an overwhelming scientific consensus. The Theory of Evolution has as much validity as the theory of gravity, atomic theory, or the germ theory of disease.
For more evidence, see the first three links. The first link has the evidence that conclusively proves that humans share common ancestry with the chimps, apes, and orangutans.