If you can give me a complete and "finished" (meaning not missing any "missing links")fossil record, starting with the big bang, then I'll start to take you seriously. Even then, that doesn't mean that evolution's true. Oh, btw, if the big bang actually happened, where did all the matter for the big bang come from? If you are a "scientist" and not a "layperson" you will be able to give a better answer than the "oh it was always there" after all, it had to come from somewhere, right?
By such a ridiculously high standard of proof, no one would accept any religion either, or anything else at all.
If those are the lengths you will go to in order to shield yourself from following the massive amounts of evidence where it overwhelmingly indicates, I will not trouble you with pesky real-world evidence. Enjoy your beliefs, I hope they serve you well. I wouldn't dream of making you uncomfortable by presenting you with facts which might cause you to question your premises.
Far be it for me to interrupt, but I thought you mind find this quote interesting.
I fully agree with your comments about the lack of direct illustration of evolutionary transitions in my book. If I knew of any, fossil or living, I would have certainly included them.... Dr. Colin Paterson, British Museum of Natural History