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1) no evidence that does not exist =/= evidence that does not exist

In that case, anything I want to believe that can't be proven wrong should be treated as fact? If I want to believe in Atlantis, then public schools here must respect my right to believe and teach about Atlantis as real? If there is no evidence for something, then it doesn't exist (except in people's minds). That's how science works.

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2) I am talking about the "beggining of creation", not things that have not been explained by science yet.I believe that science can explain everything except of one thing:how the creation started from 0.

Science can explain it, we're just not advanced enough (technologically) to prove such theories. All we have are inferences based on what we already know is fact in the universe and what we know about how the universe acts and ages. These theories don't come out of thin air, there is a certain degree of fact behind them.