You are to be commended and I am not questioning your veracity regarding your academic achievements. It would not be a favorable thing for your own future to exaggerate. However, I think my comments still stand. You are still far from a Ph'd and beware of Professors. They do not all fully appreciate science. That is some indeed have the book learning but no experience and actual hands on understanding. Teaching from books does not yield the same confidence in their content as doing the research and testing that created the information in the books. Teachers must also pass class by an achievement score. If 70% is passing, that actually means they got 3 out of 10 answers wrong! And finally, as you have already pointed out even among scientists, in virtually every field you have groups that favor one view over another. With regard to evolution the scientific disbelievers are in an extreme minority. Such disagreemnts are generally over some specific detail and not the issue of evolution itself. You seem to have a preconcieved notion that evolution simple can't be right and are collecting every bit of negative press or fact, be it media, creationists or just alternate scientific opinions and collectively using that to attack the concept with a broad brush. For each QUALIFIED negative comment you find you must also consider the same issue and the number of positive arguements. Ones persons opinion does not overturn a theory. That belief or finding must become generally accepted before that happens. That doesn't mean they are wrong and the majority is right but only that you should not make up your mind to soon. Absorb all you can and then decide. From your claims I would say you are academically better qualified to talk biology than I, since my background is nuclear BUT due to my age and experience I have to tell you that I think the issue is more understanding the scientific methodology and confidence in the qualified masses supporting evolution than it is any actual biology issue you have raised.