Although the list claims to have 101 points, several are just reworded duplicates and one is even a copy of the preceding item.
Almost every reference link in the original article either goes directly to creationist sources, or to popular science magazines which support creationism.
In addition to numerous factual errors and failures to understand the theories which it is intended to criticize, the document suffers from faulty logic.
A list of arguments broken down by fallacy is presented at the end of this page.
published a remarkable photograph of a polystrate fossil, a fossilized tree that extended stratigraphically upward through several layers of rock in Tennessee.
Its roots were in a coal seam, and the overlying deposits included bedded shale and thin carbon-rich layers.
No scientific method can prove the age of the universe or the earth, and that includes the ones we have listed here.
Although age indicators are called "clocks" they aren't, because all ages result from calculations that necessarily involve making assumptions about the past.
After the organism dies, the carbon-14 decays in a predictable way.
Also, the imaginary ink in water slowly disappears with a half-life of 5,730 years. If you could watch 100 carbon-14 atoms (or red ink molecules which, in this analogy, represents carbon-14), you would on rare occasions see a carbon-14 atom decay and become nitrogen-14.