I particularly love the summary of "False weaknesses." For each example, it gives an summary of why teaching the alleged weakness is counter-productive in an educational setting. For instance, the common claim the "Transitional fossils are rare or missing" ends with the summary:
This false weakness…
- Teaches students to argue illogically.
- Teaches that one unknown invalidates everything.
- Teaches students to argue by establishing impossible criteria.
This website is among the best I've seen for clearly summarizing why teaching "limitations" or "weaknesses" to K-12 students is a poor idea.