The assumptions conventionally used in obtaining scientific estimates of the age of the Earth and the universe look supremely cautious compared to such a leap of faith.
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.
101 evidences for a young age of the earth and the universe is an extensive list of arguments for young Earth creationism (YEC), compiled by Don Batten in June 2009 for Creation Ministries International (CMI). The apparent intent of the article is to help other creationists struggling with cognitive dissonance, and for use as a conversion tool.
Batten collects a variety of supposed uncertainties in science dealing with the past that could allow one to simultaneously maintain belief in the validity of the scientific method and the literal interpretation of the Book of Genesis through confirmation bias.
Always the starting time of the "clock" has to be assumed as well as the way in which the speed of the clock has varied over time.
Further, it has to be assumed that the clock was never disturbed.