i didn't read it over fully but i shall make time-i liked the first point, where the guy basically said that the theory of evolution is, by definition, a truth. "All sciences frequently rely on indirect evidence.
Physicists cannot see subatomic particles directly, for instance,
so they verify their existence by watching for telltale tracks that the particles leave in cloud chambers. The absence of direct
observation does not make physicists’ conclusions less certain."
that, for instance, is not a good comparison. i mean, something had to make those tracks, and those somethings came from the particles - ergo, we have sub-atomic particles!
evolutionary theorists have fossils. they are also missing a lot of fossils, but that's beside the point. they have these fossils, many look similar ergo one came from the other.