*** You don't seem to know much about scientific method...nothing, I would guess.
I found this and I think it does a good job explaining what it means for something to be a scientific hypothesis:
Technically, what science deals with are hypotheses. A theory is a hypothesis which has been well supported by experiments. However, hypotheses, and even theories, are most always considered to be tentative. That is, it is always allowed that some valid experiment could show that the hypotheses is incorrect, either wholly or in part (referred to as falsifiability), so that it must be rejected or modified. So in science, absolute proof is usually impossible. Essentially it would require proving a universal negative: this hypothesis does not fail under any circumstance. And as they say, to prove a universal negative requires universal knowledge. A hypothesis which is not "falsifiable" is not generally considered to be scientific. That's not the same as being untrue; there might be any number of truths which are all the same beyond the reach of science.
So maybe God did create the world (which personally I believe He did), but unless and until there are falsifiable hypotheses regarding Intelligent Design, it is philosophy and not science.
Hmm...that's what I thought...
Content: for you...the grade of "F" (as Herr Koschmieder, my meteorology prof, used to say)
Evolution absolutely exisits, have but to look at a history book or discovery channel for that.
*** I found this and I think it does a good job explaining what it means for something to be a scientific hypothesis:
*** Hmm...that's what I thought... Creativity: A+ Content: for you...the grade of "F" (as Herr Koschmieder, my meteorology prof, used to say)
Yes, until someone proves it wrong, that's exactly it - any scientific hypothesis has the potential to be either supported or proven wrong by new evidence.