Why can't someone who has assembled 1/2 of a jigsaw puzzle, revealing
a partial but obvious picture of mountains and a lake, call it such a picture without having to reveal the other half of the puzzle?
And even if a few pieces are missing or don't fit? The structure of evidence for evolution is far beyond that threshold.
Richard Dawkins, in his book "The Blind Watchmaker", uses an analogy to illustrate how what he calls "cumulative selection" works. In this illustration he uses a computer to generate a phrase "METHINKS IT IS LIKE A WEASEL" Doesn't this demonstrate that evolution can produce information easily?