I can only tell you so many times that I can't prove this science to you without showing you myself, and that isn't happening. I stated clearly that you'd have to explore it yourself, with rationality and skepticism and logic and the scientific method.
When I said that I have proved it, and that it is quite proven, I was explaining frankly that I had proven it for myself. You haven't.
It isn't Modern Science, because Modern Science is restricted by bias to the extent that magical forces are rendered moot in its terms.
I could instruct you in the scientific approach to magic all the same as Modern Science, my friend, but it would require complete hands-on personal experience and study that involves the actual experimentation by yourself.
It is a science that you have not been able to study. It is very complicated, delicate, and the critical precision increases with each dynamic level. This is in part why it is not recognized by Modern Science.
You're talking about HIV and the flu and viruses. Yes I have studied biology. I am a very critical, scientific mind. I was referring to evolutionary theory, not the entire branch of evolution. Evolutionary theory of Modern Science among other things is far less practical than magic.
Again the University teaches Modern Science, not the application of science toward such a thing as magic which is so popularly misunderstood. The Buddhadhamma is popularly misunderstood also, and COATED with superstition from cultures all over the world.
"Wish I could see that evidence, hello?"
If you want the evidence, then you have to make it with your own study and your own observations. Didn't the Buddha encourage your own study and observations, amplified with concentration, checked by skepticism?
If you think that me telling you to find things out for yourself is "white noise", then I'm afraid everything that I tell you is merely "white noise".
Sometimes no Buddhas arise in the world. Sometimes they do. When it happens, it is for the welfare and happiness of men, out of compassion for all creatures. For a long, long time he has been working to become a Buddha. He met other Buddhas along the way. And after his long striving he attains his final life, yet not without showing everyone else how to get there.