I personally believe there is a lot of evidence to support the theory of evolution. If you have another theory, please, explain the fossil record. You mention the absence of many intermediate forms in those records, however, there are also present many intermediate forms as well. These intermediate forms help to explain how, for instance, dinosaurs and birds, and, people and chimpanzees, are pretty closely connected in evolutionary terms. As for your first dash, the ‘fully developed organ’, I don’t think anybody has ever suggested that evolution occurred overnight. It would require “a great number of random mutations” over a very long period of time with the result that those traits that advanced survival remained, and those that didn’t were eliminated from the gene pool, thus sending it in a direction that favored survival over extinction. I don’t think anybody would say that science lays any claim to any “absolute truth” either. No, it’s religion that does that. Of course, religion is neither scientific nor theoretical.