Wow, the irony of you calling evidence imaginary or magic. You, who are enraptured by a completely imaginary creator. After 17 years here, the only person you've convinced is yourself.
What a waste.
I agree, that's pretty sad, but just as a matter of fact I was away for long periods during that seventeen years and I think it has been more like maybe eight years of total waste here.
However, it's just a matter of logic that, if the Flood deposited the strata with their fossils, the whole idea that you can trace geographical movements and evolutionary patterns from the fossils is strictly imaginary.
Still, the logic remains correct: if the Flood is the cause then the whole evolutionary interpretation is imaginary.
Good logic is worth nothing without true premises. The evidence shows that the Flood is a false premise, so no amount of good logic can make your conclusion true. The evidence also shows that evolution is a true conclusion; logic that leads from false premises to false conclusions is not all that impressive.