I was wandering about darwin's theory which is controversial theory and there are no enough evidence to prove it right or falsify it, since I'm a biology student so i studied basic way of a hypothesis going to be a law ,the last thing to be a law is theory...am i right? Hmmm if yes then it's been about more than 130 years since darwin died and there is still no response to his theory?why this taking so long? Are we supporting Darwin because if we don't then we gonna recreate our basic embryology and evolution? If no then why we aren't making it a scientific law?
Scientific Laws differ from Scientific Theories in that Laws do not posit a mechanism or explanation of phenomena. Scientific Laws are merely distillations of the results of repeated observation. As such, a law is limited in applicability to circumstances resembling those already observed, and may be found false when extrapolated.
Examples are like Ohm's law only applies to linear networks, Newton's law of universal gravitation only applies in weak gravitational fields, the early laws of aerodynamics such as Bernoulli's principle do not apply in case of compressible flow such as occurs in transonic and supersonic flight, Hooke's law only applies to strain below the elastic limit, etc. These laws remain useful, but only under the conditions where they apply. Such laws do not explain how and why they work.
Darwin's Theory of Evolution in contrast contains both observation, and a proposes an explanation of the phenomena of species formation.