Maaaaan... You have so many misconceptions I don't know where to begin. And it's also past my bedtime, so I'll point out a few quick ones, and ask you to wait for other people to fill in the gaps. Here goes:
Neither are humans any smarter or look any different than they did 10,000 years ago.
And they seem to be doing just fine. Why do you expect them to change? Dinosaurs ruled the Earth for 185 million years; if it hadn't been for their extinction (due to some major catastrophe) they may still have been here...and we wouldn't!
They did evolve! Just because they don't drive SUVs does not mean the haven't evolved. I believe you are confusing technological advancements, with biological (anatomical) evolution. One has nothing to do with the other. The fact that we now have aeroplanes, while 2000 years ago we were travelling by chariots in the best of cases does not mean we have evolved. We haven't, it means we have developed better technology. We started with the wheel, and took it from there.
One reason anthropologists believe we became better with tools and began to develp technologically was the ability to speak; apes and other animals lack that ability due to the way their throats and mouths are structured. This is a whole article unto itself, so I'll say no more. But just think of how you would learn all you know if there were no books or spoken language (writing appeared much later than speaking did).
Individuals don't evolve, species evolve! Again, you are confusing technological prowess with biological evolution. An animal doesn't decide to evolve; it suffers a mutation that gives it some sort of advantage over it fellow animals such that it is more proficent at getting food, fighting, or some other activity that will guarantee it will be stronger, live longer, have more mates, and leave more descendents. They, in turn, will also possess this beneficial quality, such that they'll be more successful than those without it, and so on and so forth until all memebers of the species possess this atribute. When the playing field is even, some other mutation will take place introducing another benefit and it starts again.
If the mutation makes the individual less proficient at Life, then it will die and leave few or no descendants.
I don't agree: You will never be able to conduct an experiment on fusing two protons to produce a helium atom. And yet, this process happens, in the centre of the Sun, which is why it shines.
Evolution happens through adaptation, a stable, succesful animal will not evolve if it has reached the pinnacle of its environmental niche. Aligators or scorpions have not evolved for tens of millions of years; they have no need to. Also, you need a fairly large population to ensure you have a sufficient amount of mutations occuring. So you're not going to see a bunch of apes become Homo Sapiens any time soon. This process would also take some millions of years. How much time do you have?
I'm not sure what your point is, but you are actually giving evolution a pat in the back. If the Homo genus hadn't evolved, we would all have skulls with the same shape!
Let me contradict you, the dating methods you talk about (Carbon 14 maybe?) do not constantly contradict each other. It does happen, the same way your tax claim doesn't always agree with what the Government says you should be paying. OK, maybe not for the same reasons But many skulls and bones have been dated by different methods and the values have coincided. You may sometimes hear about the precision in date being 50,000 years, and you might think this is crap, but if you're dating something that's 5 million years old, that's a 1% precision. With what precision do you know your body fat? It's not even 10%, I assure you!
Spoken and written Language? Entire books have been written on this matter!
Hardly morons! And we didn't all of a sudden walk, talk, etc. I took time!
It is, which is why it took us about 3.5 million years to get from biped apes, to what we are today.
Theories abound. Magic is not mentioned in any of them.
Man did not evolve from chimps. Man and chimps share a common ancestor, that lived about 6 million years ago in Africa. Curiously, this ancestor diverged (evolved away) from the ape that would eventually evolve in the present-day gorilla much before that. This means that chimps are more closely related to man on a genetic level than to gorillas. By the way, the difference in DNA between a chimp and a man is about 2-3%.
Errrr.... I don't know what your taste in women is like, but I'm not going to go there, man!
Would you really like to learn more? Read this book: The Blind Watchmaker, by Richard Dawkins. It's well written, with the layperson in mind, and clearly explains what all this evolution gobbledegook is about.