It all depends upon what level of evolveing you suggest.
We evolve within our environment, but we do not evolve from one species to another.
Never has any proof been found that a cat, evolved to a dog, nor that a bird evolved into a cat.
We evolve within our need to survive in the environment we live.
We will evolve to gain thicker bones to live in colder climates, and we will evolve into having thinner bones after a few generations to cool off in warmer climates, but we never ever evolve into another species of life.
Look at the evidence, there has never been and never will be evidence of nano evolutionary changes in any species on earth.
Plus, all evolutionary changes are changes that loose information, never do they gain information. You cannot get better by removing information.
Try doing that in anything you do. Remove anything that is needed to work and you will not get a better result, you will get a result that is lacking. that is because every time you digress you get farther and farther away from the main subject. Whether it be life, or a topic you are discussing with another person.
Your arguments present more reasons to mistrust the conclusions that to trust them.
It's like Obama saying "That just isn't true." whenever someone says something he doesn't like, as if him saying it isn't true constitutes verifiable evidence.