So none of us believe we have a creator but anyone have ideas away from evolution as well?
I'm not going to to sit here and say I know for a fact there's either no creator or IS a creator. But even if you say you think there was, where did the creator come from?
And anyway, as much as I'm incapable of imagining that, I also can't imagine there NOT being a physical world, can you?
That's why it makes as much sense to say the three-dimensional world wasn't created, or somehow came into being spontaneously, but has ALWAYS been here.
After all, energy can't be created or destroyed.
But, that can't be either, can it?
Things are either made by a creator, or by a natural process. There is no third alternative, it either involved intelligence in its making or it did not. Even if you believe in the universe as an illusion, extreme solipsism, (Or the matrix if you like. ) an agent, either a natural process or and intelligent creator had to form the illusion, and that agent had itself either to be made or evolve.
There is of course the half way idea of directed evolution, natural evolution with occasional supernatural tweaking, but no one has ever found any evidence for that.
If however you are asking about natural alternatives to evolution by mutation and natural selection. Then yes, there have been several alternatives proposed, especially in the eighteenth/nineteenth centuries, such as Lamarckism, but most of those failed to match the evidence anything like as well as Darwin, and Wallace did, and are largely forgotten now.
Decades ago, one of my friend's son said he saw three options for the existence of life/humans:
A god created us.
Aliens seeded life on Earth.
I replied, "That still leaves only two options--even if we were seeded by aliens, how did they come into existence?"
What else is there besides evolution? Give me an option and I'll consider it.
Of course we probably won't know in our lifetimes, but the process of evolution is likely to be universal. Wherever life has developed, whether on the planets of the 300 billion stars in our galaxy, or in the 400 billion galaxies outside the Milky Way, life proliferates and to the extent that conditions allow, diversifies.
Who can say but whether other dynamic forces, comparable to life, also exist...