Swiss cheese still has a well defined structure. Creation has none.
If creation was the way it was done then the evidence would need account for:
1 - Stratification of fossils showing a progression from simple cellular forms through to complex ones (since creation took 6 days.)
2 - Oil, coal or tar formations as currently discovered (the amounts of biological matter required are staggering).
3 - Chalk formations such as the Dover cliffs (just sit and think about how many little tiny animals had to die to make that and how much carbon they have locked away - and all the limestone and carbon formations across the earth - if all that carbon existed as free gas at the same time then this planet would not have supported any life.)
4 - Evolution would need to run many, many times faster to generate all the current species from all the 'kinds' available for Eden and the Ark.
5 - 98% of God's creations / micro evolved lifeforms would need to have gone extinct in less than 6000 years with no help from mankind.
6 - Dinosaurs of all kinds would need to be the main animals painted on cave walls, recorded in books and in all early myths and legends (since they would have been the dominant types for a long time.)
7 - Human remains would need to be found at every level of the geological column (no death before the fall.)
8 - Poor 'design' options such as flipped eyes, the appendix, wind pipes mixed with food pipes, external nutsacks, maturation required outside the womb due to a too big head and too small birth canal etc.
9 - Why the heck God would need any human body parts assuming he was the blueprint (but I apologise I digress from strictly testable evidence.)
10 - All the lifeless junk in the universe which does not interact with this planet or its creation and therefore is so much egotistical fluff.
Religionists need to accept that their books can only be apologised away so far. You cant extend 6 days to billions of years, you can't say that there was death before Eden, you can't pretend that light was created (and then the stars!) ...need I go on.