A fundamental lesson from Matrix/DNA's systems models is that Physics and Math has few applications for understanding and getting data about systems.
No, a fundamental lesson that YOU don't seem to have learned is that Physics and Math are pretty good at solving real-world problems, like landing a probe on an asteroid. You need to show how your system could solve that problem AS WELL as Physics and Math do. Then you can move ahead to show how your system is "better".
The Humanity's life can be unsupportable in this planet because we are not understanding the geological and climate changes because we does not understand this planet as a system yet.
We understand the "system" well enough to know that pouring more CO2 into the atmosphere is making it worse; therefore, pouring less CO2 into the atmosphere will make it less worse. SPECIFICALLY, how do you propose to improve on that situation by "understanding the system" better?
So you have absolutely no evidence that evolution has taken place.
I have a photo of myself beside a car with the Manhattan skyline in the background. I have another photo of myself beside the same car with the St. Louis Gateway Arch in the background. I have another photo of myself beside the same car with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background.
You're saying that I have absolutely no evidence that I drove from Atlantic to Pacific.
You have positive evidence that you were in each city with the same car.
You could have took the auto train and got off and spent a few days in each town.
OR you could have took a cargo plane and flew to each city and took your pictures.
Certainly, you could have all kinds of alternative hypotheses - but you would need evidence to back them up. What the available evidence actually shows is that I drove. The evidence may not point to an "absolutely correct" conclusion but you are wrong to suggest that the evidence doesn't point to that conclusion.