The evolution theory is now being taught in most schools as accepted fact, and that to me is a tad worrying - where is the evidence?
First off, saying "belief in evolution" is meaningless. About as meaningless as saying "belief in gravity". It has nothing to do with belief. You either understand evolution or you don't.
There is more evidence for evolution than almost any other area of science. Read Dawkins' The Greatest Show on Earth for a comprehensive run through of the mountain of evidence we have.
You obviously don't understand how genetics works. All living things have a genetic sequence, represented by a string of letters. Over 95% of the genetic sequences of humans and chimps are in exactly the same order. This can only have happened if we shared a common ancestor in the past.
For someone who claims not to be a creationist, you sure as hell sound like you've been reading their websites.
They can show this, and they have. Ignoring the evidence doesn't mean it's not there.
Because evolution isn't a straight line, its a many-branched tree. All you're showing here is that you haven't bothered doing any actual research.
And here we go. You really haven't done your homework have you? Evolution is about as far as science can possibly get from guesswork.
Just because you don't like it, doesn't mean it's not true.