When someone comes up with an objective fact that shows there to have been a creator or somesuch, then the knowledge base will change.
That's not how it works, Susan.
No one "comes up" with objective facts.
What's a "creator or somesuch"?
Where do we find that "knowledge base"?
Darryl, our AOM, has presented a thoughtful critique of both atheism and religion. His critique of the atheist part you ignore, and embrace his anti-theism. Robert believes in a very non-traditional creator, but you attack him as if he were a Christian.
This AOM, Darryl Sloan, is all about nuances. Maybe you should reread his opening statement. As Graham Hancock said,
Darryl's multidimensional critique of atheism is especially welcome in this epoch of mass materialism.