Why do atheists believe in stories no one has possibly witnessed like evolution?

Evolution supposedly happened over the course of millions of years. Is there a human alive who is over millions of years old? So you believe in a story no one can witness, or duplicate? If you mention the scientist's discoveries (of which there aren't anything except bones which only prove that the animal... show more Evolution supposedly happened over the course of millions of years. Is there a human alive who is over millions of years old? So you believe in a story no one can witness, or duplicate?
If you mention the scientist's discoveries (of which there aren't anything except bones which only prove that the animal to which the bones belonged lived at one time), did you yourself witness their discoveries, or do you atheists take their word on faith? If you point to bones in a museum, how exactly do you know those are bones, and not plastic replicas? Were you there when the bones were dug up, preserved, sent to the museum, and mounted? If not how do you know the bones in a museum are authentic? Do you simply believe what someone has told you of these things? Isn't that 'faith' and not science?

Have you atheists even once considered that you don't have the least proof that can be tested by any individual for things like evolution, moon rocks, a moon landing, or even that the woman you call your mother is in fact your birth mother? In the last case if you point to DNA, tell me: can you buy a DNA kit at the local WalMart, or are you once again simply believing what some 'expert' has told you without being able to verify anything for yourself? Isn't this 'faith' in a person's words and not science?
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