little Socrates: Calling evolution a fact is like calling the law/theory of gravity a fact.
In science, laws are essentially equations, and theories are explanations. There is both a law of gravity:
(Newton's law of universal gravitation),
and a theory of gravity, published by Albert Einstein in 1915.
I wonder whether little Socrates confuses "theory" with "hypothesis".
Using the word "fact" in its ordinary everyday meaning, both the law of gravity and the theory of gravity are facts, as they have both been demonstrated to be true by numerous observations.
little Socrates: if you really get to questioning an honest physicist they will tell you they have no idea actually what gravity is or how it works
Not quite. Gravity is the only remaining one of the 4 fundamental forces that has yet to be explained by the principles of quantum mechanics. This is essentially because, in simple terms, it is an incredibly complicated mathematical problem to solve. But thanks to Einstein we have known for a century pretty much what gravity is, and how it works.
One can argue back and forth forever about whether God or Jehovah exists, but one can't realistically argue whether evolution occurs. The evidence is overwhelming. Evolution is a "fact" within the ordinary meaning of the word. It why a disease becomes resistant to an antibiotic. It is why a bug becomes resistant to a pesticide. I haven't read half of Cofty's posts, but some of the ones I have read are compelling, and I have yet to see a sensible response to any of them.