No but evolution due to natural selection ,means that everything formed form the most basic form of anything, pure energy.
Groups of atoms gather a consciossness due to the energy in which they are made up of. Single cell'd organisms work and are conscioss,
because of the collective energy in which defines them, thus given them a collective consciousness. That tiny and indisputable example can
be said for many other groups of organisms...
I study evolutionary biology. I can confirm that:
a) evolution by natural selection does most certainly not mean that everything formed from "pure energy";
b) consciousness is an (ill-defined) property of some animals and cannot in any way apply to single-celled organisms, much less atoms;
and c) there is no such thing as a "collective consciousness" in the sense you are using.
If you really want me to I can elaborate. But I suggest you acquire a basic understanding of evolutionary theory before talking about it again.