I didn't mean for it to come across that way. As I said, I came from a class room where ONLY CREATIONISM was taught. I think that was pretty wrong.
I'm willing to admit I could certainly be wrong on whether evolutionism is fake and Creationism is right. It just seems that denying the Earth and even human life has been around for more than 10,000 years is a bit like denying any other scientificly factual statement. It's like saying God can be the perfect liar by adjusting all detail so that reality only appears this way.
My point in the post, I guess, was poorly stated. I meant that it's possible that many of the assumptions we all make on a daily basis are not based on fact and what's more I may still believe them after the facts have been presented to me.
That was as far as I meant to take it. I'm sorry if you took it as more than that.
As a side note, the article only mentioned the ghigher number of people believing in Evolution among the NE educated group. It's not just an intellectual elite thing. There's educated people outside fo the NE. The funny thing is your chiding me for the same thing the article did, for being out of touch. Fair enough.