Originally Posted by Shaden
Gravity isn't far-fetched because it's happening in front of us right this second. I drop something - it falls, under normal conditions. Evolutions a little different however - it happens over a period of extensive time and we as human beings cannot see it happening right in front of our eyes. It needs a certain amount of faith to believe, such as the manner that a mysterious deity does.
Really, Shaden? Without gravity, matter would not have coalesced into masses and life would not exist. Gravitation is also responsible for keeping the Earth and the other planets in their orbits around the Sun; the Moon in its orbit around the Earth; the formation of tides; and various other natural phenomena that we observe. Are you able to see that gravity happening, right in front of you?
Just as one can see the effects of gravity right in front of your eyes, one can also see the effects of evolution. You would have to take some scientist's word for it that there's a attracting force at work that includes but goes beyond an apple falling from a tree to the ground. Since they're both faith-based, why believe in gravity if you don't believe in evolution?