Here is my version of the story of evolution:
Once upon a time, there was nothing. But then there was something, a great wave of energy all at once (and where did that come from?) . And that great wave of energy just so happened (or more like obviously) made a little twig. That little twig over millions of years evolved into a stone, and then that stone evolved into a sundial. Then over the coarse of billions of years (and may I ask when in this span was Time created?) that little sundial evolved into watch. And that watch was very complex having many functions, gears, and buttons. And then this watch over the coarse of billions of years evolved into a computer. And this computer was even more advanced with light functions and the ability to store lots of data, almost to the point where it can act, almost think on its own (almost like an ape which has its ability to act on instinct, or program). And then this computer over the coarse of millions maybe even billions of years, slowly evolved into a mind. A mind that was able to think for its own. A mind able to make choices, to feel emotions. A mind that was far superior over its computer counterpart. But, somehow that mind was not able to evolve further (and if that was the case was not the computer more advanced being that it could alter itself to become better?). The mind was stuck at where it was and therefore thought itself the most advanced. And thus this mind reproduced, died, and the family of minds continued on… until the world on which they lived ended. And the lives (if I can even call them that) were lost in the depths of Time (and for all we know the process was recreated and another set of minds somewhere was evolved, and then eventually terminated and then again…) happily ever after.