I, myself, do not believe in either Evolution or Creation. Both theories have too many inconsistencies. But, to limit this discussion, let's look at Evolution of Humans and ask why didn't the dinosaurs evolve? Humans are believed by some to have evolved over 85 million years. Dinosaurs roamed the Earth for over 230 million to 65 million years ago. That means they lived on Earth for 165 million years. That's twice as long as humans. So, why didn't they evolved into super intelligent lizards? I am actually developing a science fiction series where dinosaurs did evolved and will be alien ETs who send vanity cyborgs of themselves to Earth to look for their ancestors and bump heads cyborgs in human form who are in charge of global security on Earth and another planet with humans. But, for now, why wouldn't dinosaurs evolve like humans, since they roamed the Earth roughly twice as long as humans?