1) Radiocarbon dating is used to date organic material, so yes, you are technically correct about it being unable to date inorganic material like the elements that make up much of the Earth. For potassium containing materials, you can use tephrochronology and for iron containing materials you can use magnetostratigraphy.
2) At this point anyone claiming evolution is anything other than definitely and undeniably verified is just being willfully and maliciously ignorant. The entire branches of biology and genetics are proof positive of evolution, natural selection happens daily, viruses mutate often in a matter of hours and can be observed evolving, so saying that it does not happen is just plain idiotic.
3) First, humans did not evolve from monkeys, they evolved from great apes from which monkeys evolved along a completely different set of circumstances. Second, evolution does not replace existing species, it branches off from them. Why are there still _________? Because _________ has not become extinct, nor would you expect a species to become extinct because some members of the species have evolved new traits.
4) Why would the human eye be too complex to evolve. We can trace the evolution of eyes, from photoreceptors on the surface of some early species (that exist in some modern species) to diveted photoreceptors in slightly later species, to pinhole photoreceptors like in a nautilus, to a pinhole photoreceptor with a refractive lens like in a murex, to a "complex" eye with all of the parts the human eye has like in an octopus.
5) Religion requires faith in some sort of concept of divinity or spirituality plus worship ritual. Atheism lacks either of these, ergo it is not a religion. It is certainly a philosophical position, but absolutely not a religion by any accepted definition of the term.
6) This is correct. Salvador Dali ate his own feces, what does this have to do with anything? I credit Christianity with providing the foundations of the very system of education that is its own undoing.
7) You are going to have to explain that one. Last I checked the second law of thermodynamics is about entropy or the decay of the usability of energy in an isolated system. How this has anything to do with gods is absolutely beyond me. All it shows is that energy transfer exists in the universe which slows entropy. Gods do not even factor into this.