Theory of evolution: How can you not believe?

It seems very strange that in the U. S. A. only ~40% of the population actually believes in evolution. Yet, in almost every other country it's agreed upon to be true, or the majority believe so. The worst part is the astounding evidence there is for evolution, but it's still debated. If you look at it intellectually, you can see that it's true; fossils, artifacts, and similarities between organisms and embryos prove it. Statistically, the higher educated one is, the higher chance they believe in the theory; ~21% of high school dropouts, to ~74% of college graduate students believe.

Moreover, many people want to argue that it "violates laws," and is "just a theory." The second law of thermodynamics DOES NOT disprove the theory since evolution does not take place in a closed system and needs outside forces (Cornell. edu). Furthermore, the theory of evolution is not just a "theory," it's a scientific theory that has substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world, based on a body of facts that have been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experiment. Such fact-supported theories are not "guesses" but reliable accounts of the real world.

If any of you would like to have an intelligent debate, please comment. If you don't know apples from oranges, I suggest you stay away from this question, unless you like looking stupid.
Theory of evolution: How can you not believe?
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