And no matter how much you do that, it doesn't disprove the existence or validity of alternate theories and interpretations.
Feel free to keep trying though.
Again though, those things are open to interpretation.
Bottom line for me: I'm not up for public schools teaching religion, but they also shouldn't discount, deny or suppress it.
Acknowledge the other theories (call them 'alternate explanations' if you prefer) and I'm happy.
What things are open to interpretation? Please be specific. The general terms that students learn about evolution, the big bang, etc in high school are really not going to be overturned at this point. There's just too much evidence in favor of them. The likelihood is extremely small, and by virtue of the teaching of the scientific method they receive, they hopefully understand the method by which some of these conclusions have been drawn and also understand the process.
On the other hand, SPECIFIC examples may change, may come about, etc... but ultimately the more research we do, the more we find support for scientific theories, not alternative explanations.
Science classes already end up acknowledging that there are religious beliefs in the arena of how life got started etc, but what most creationism advocates want is something MUCH MORE than what you are suggesting, you do realize that, right?
Like I said previously, look it up. Not that any of it's going to matter.
This whole debate is pretty much a colossal waste of time. Nobody's going to change their mind.
I have tried looking it up and I have found no alternative interpretations for evolution that have any modern scientific backing. Please, if you have some, please share, or at least offer some sort of example even roughly in what we should be looking for.
Else we end up with bullshit like the OP - Dinosaurs exist, evolution is fake!!!!