Bohm's arguing over definitions again. Did you ever figure out the meaning of the word believe?
I suppose that because I can jump over a curb, I can leap over my house. Evolution is, by definition, a compilation of small changes to reach a large change. The assumption is that change is unlimited. The creationist assumption is that there is a limit to the amount of change.
As for gravity, its effects have been observed, measured, and repeated for several hundred years. Evolution, in regards to one species giving rise to what is clearly another species, has never been observed. Yes, evolution is supposed to have happened over a time span of millions of years, but that does not negate the fact that it has never been observed. 100 years in "bacteria years" is the equivelent to several million human years. But we still have all the same bacteria as we did 100 years ago. Fruit flies are still fruit flies. Laboratory results show a limited change, but never a change to what is clearly another species.
I have never understood why evolutionists get their knickers in a twist when it is pointed out to them that they believe that we evolved from rocks, water, air, or whatever. If that is what happened, what's the big deal? Why are they so adamant that abiogenesis is separate from evolution? Can anyone tell me at what point one stopped and the next began? Let's be real, there couldn't be evolution without abiogenisis. One flows into the other. If the thought that we evolved from rocks or air is too painful or silly to bear, perhaps it is time to reconsider your reality.
As for the video above, it is interesting that you have to go to a kid that is not well informed and talking off the top of his head to make your point instead of going to someone that actually understands what creationists teach.