On 2002-04-10 17:23, Prince wrote:
You ask for evidence of a 6000 year universe?
Records show that for the average galaxy there would be one supernova
about every 25 years, and with this frequency, thousands of SNRs should be
visible. Totalling the three stages they pass through, 7,291 should be visible if
the universe is millions of years old, but only 270 if it is only 7,000 years old.
The actual number observed is 205, which supports the young-earth view
Davies reports the puzzlement of astronomers who ask "Where have
all the remnants gone?!"