I have come to the conclusion that evolution is not falsifiable. The evolutionists can always make up some kind of imaginary story to fit the evidence. Why don't we see evolution occurring today? That's because evolution is too slow. It takes millions of years. Why don't we see evolution in the fossil record? That's because it was so fast, you know, punctuated equilibrium. What about genes that are not in agreement with the phylogeny? That is explained by incomplete lineage sorting. Fantastic complicated genomes that appear to be the result of some kind of intelligence? That's an argument from incredulity. What would falsify evolution? How do evolutionists respond to such a question? They simply pick X. X is something that either doesn't exist or is impossible to exist. They then say that if X did exist then evolution would be falsified. They thereby prove that the theory is not falsifiable.