There are 11 systems in the human body as shown above. Each system is interdependent upon another in order to work. Which means they could not have evolved separately over long periods of time. They had to be there all at once, ready to work at the very same second all the other systems were. But the evolution excuse is: They all evolved at the same time. There are 2 problems with that answer.
1) It’s not scientific, and is more about making said evidence conform to the current accepted theory. Which is more or less conformism. Conformism is not science.
2) No 2 systems have the same complexity. What this means is that every system would require a different number of mutations in order to form. This means that there is no possible way for all the systems to evolve at the very same time.