There is an assumption of uniformitarianism that underlies science. I’ll give you that.
Problem is, as I explained to a good friend who’s a YEC the other night, for folks who know the scientific record, there are millions upon millions of data points from dozens of disparate fields of inquiry that, when you assume uniformitarianism, amazingly all tell the same story.
Whether you’re looking at data from astrophysics, genomics, geology, morphology (in paleontology), biogeography, plate tectonics, or any other scientific field (and they all measure different sorts of things), they all, with one voice, paint the picture of a universe that is 13.8 billion years old and a tree of life diversified via common descent with modification. It harmonizes with amazing accuracy.
So why is that? Why would God make a world that looks as if evolution happened, if it didn’t?
Perhaps you, personally, disagree with the evidence (probably because you’re not familiar with it). Fine. But most folks that look at the evidence clear-mindedly will not. They will find it compelling. So then what do you do with that?