I support you and your right to express your opinion. However where things break down in the discussion is at the following: there are people here discussing fact and there are people here discussing faith, which makes the discussion at cross-purposes.
There is someone discussing her beliefs and there are a whole lot of other people discussing what dangerous idiots people who don't accept evolution are.
If it's really a discussion of fact than we would have more people trying to explain why what appears to some to be flaws in the theory are not really flaws, instead of denouncing them as crazy for bringing them up.
Ultimately, you're right that a debate that relies heavily on faith is very unlikely to ever be resolved, but your advice for Arella is good advice for many others who have posted herein. If someone irritates you, either with with their unpleasentness of their ignorance, you can always refrain from responding and scroll on.
This thread didn't start as a discussion of scientific fact, it started as a parade of wisecracks about Miss USA delegates who expressed less than the acceptable degree of certainty about evolution.
This is perfectly fine though. No one has to participate in any of these threads and if they can't stand the heat generated they can always get out of the kitchen.
I do find it a bit disingenuous, though, to suggest that the heat was generated solely by Faith meeting up with Fact.