Some creationist admiringly posted a link to a site where I found the following bit of false information, as expected. The site was trying to outline all the "errors" put forth by evolutionists. I have never heard this one before but perhaps some of you creationists have: "Assuming long ages for radioactive half-lives, then using them to prove long ages." I deny that mainstream science, i.e. evolutionists, have ever done such a thing. I am now offering a reward of $1,000 to anyone who can prove that long ages for radioactive half-lives have been "assumed" in order to prove long ages. I know something about this field, so my money is safe. Prove me wrong. Reward #2. It is often falsely claimed by creationists that there is circular reasoning at work when "Fossils are used to date the rocks and then rocks are used to date the fossils". This is the gist of the false claim, although the exact wording may vary. I will give a $3,000 reward to anyone who can prove that errors have been made in dating either rocks or fossils, because of circular reasoning. To win this reward, you must present solid proof, involving a specific location or specific fossils and show without a doubt that circular reasoning is the cause. Remember that vague and non-specific information is not acceptable. You must show the spot on the earth that was misdated or the specfic fossil. If it is not possible to point to specific items, then this creationist claim is not valid. The devil is in the details, my dear creationists.