First things first: let me point something out. Evidence which supports a theory does NOT prove that it is true! This is a logical fallacy. Evidence can disprove a theory, but can never prove it. If you want to argue that, you can talk to my Philosophy professor [I attend UMKC]. The answere above is absolutely correct when he states that "Science never proves anything is true only that it is false."
"Creation Science" is a misnomer. It is unscientific. This does not mean it is untrue.
"Evolution" is also unscientific. Again, it does not make it untrue.
The reason that both are unscientific is because neither of them is testable. In fact, NO SCIENTIFIC THEORY IS TESTABLE. What we call "testing" a scientific theory does not prove its truth... it just demonstrates one area in which the theory makes an accurate prediction. Theories which make accurate predictions are useful; theories which make false predictions are NOT useful.
Theories can make accurate predictions and still be false. Newton's theory of gravitation, although FALSE, makes many accurate predictions, and is therefore USEFUL. Einstein's theory, which has not been proven false, made accurate predictions in special cases where Newton's theory made false predictions. Because Newton's theory made false predictions, it is a false theory; however, it is still useful insofar as it makes accurate predictions. This is why you learn Newtonian physics before you learn special relativity.
Neither Evolution nor Creation Science is testable.
Creation Science is not testable because it presupposes the existance of an entity called "God". If we could get "God" to create something for us, then it would be testable, but Creation Science holds that "God" created things in the past but does not create things anymore. Hence it is not testable.
Evolution is not testable because we cannot conduct an experiment where we show that it occurred; according to the theory, things take much too long to evolve to possibly conduct such an experiment. Hence it is not testable either.
The real question, in this case, is not "Which theory is correct?", but rather, "Which theory is useful?"... e.g. "Which theory makes accurate predictions?" Now, we can go round and round for hours debating this fact or that. However, any data that an Evolutionist or Creationist brings up to "falsify" the other view will inevitably be explained away by the other, because the two are not acting "scientifically" but rather are holding their belief dogmatically. According to their proponents, both of these theories can adequately explain the evidence we see now. So, what predictions do they make about the future?
The predictions made by evolution are something along the lines of "In another ten billion years, we will have evolved into something much different than the homo sapiens species." Quite frankly, I do not see much use in that prediction. To be perfectly honest, it makes no difference to me what my great great great great^33,000,000 grandchild looks like. It is not going to affect my decision of whether or not to study for my exam, or whether or not to get a certain job, or what major to take. You get the picture.
Creation Science makes no predictions whatsoever. Christianity makes some predictions, but "Creation Science" does not.
You want to know what I personally believe? I unashamedly claim to be a Christian, and yes, I believe "God" did this "create" thing a really long time ago. It cannot be proved; it presupposes the existence of "God", but it does explain the world as I see it today. However, I am not going to try to assert that my belief in "God" is scientific any more than will I accept the notion that "Evolution" is scientific.