The information on this site is presented as fact, yet lacks any sort of support and the authors offer no evidence or citations. Often the claims made are blatantly erroneous. They answer questions sent in by children, which makes this a dangerously misleading publication. Parents beware, everyone else, be skeptical or at least critical.
This site pushes young-earth bibilical creationism but is ranked for a science query. This page should be de-ranked by Google because it is not a relevant result.
Views expressed on this site are extreme. Not safe for children.
This website intentionally tries to spread misinformation.
"Brendon, what a question! Yes, we know from the dates God gives us in the Bible that He did create the whole universe about 6,000 years ago. When we hear the term light-year, we need to realize it is not a measure of time but a measure of distance, telling us how far away something is. Distant stars and galaxies might be millions of light-years away, but that doesn’t mean that it took millions of years for the light to get here, it just means it is really far away!" - http://www.answersingenesis.org/articles/kw/stars-far-away
This page is the work of Ken Ham, bible nut and owner of the 'Creation Museum', which should say it all. It is nothing but a repository of Bible apologetic nonsense aimed at undermining the advancement of legitimate scientific discovery by misrepresenting it, spreading poorly researched articles and generally striving to decrease the intelligence level of future generations.