Even if that's not convincing, we have roughly the same volume of evidence in DNA. Not only that, but the DNA and the fossils correlate to a satisfactory degree on the particular paths of evolution. The correlation of two completely different types of evidence is more than enough to promote evolution to the status of a canonical theory. That would be impolite, but within your rights as a practitioner of the scientific method. Any assertion that claims to completely falsify a canonical theory, and thereby to gainsay the mountain of evidence and the lack of respectable controversy that its canonical status represents, can only be classified as an extraordinary assertion. The Rule of LaPlace, one of the cornerstones of the scientific method, then tells us that this extraordinary assertion must be accompanied by extraordinary evidence before we are obliged to treat it with respect. Nonetheless, in a public forum it's not such a good idea to ignore posts that promote religionism, crackpottery, or any other sort of unscientific or antiscientific nonsense. If you disagree vehemently with someone, do you really want to let everyone else hear ONLY his side of the argument?