> Finally, while YECs may like to bring up Arp, it's worth remembering that
> Arp's controversial claims in no way support a young universe. He's claiming
> that specific objects may have large redshifts for reasons other than recessional
> velocities. I haven't seen any indications that he in any way would support a
> 6,000 year-old universe. As a matter of fact, I'd be willing to bet that he
> would strongly oppose such a viewpoint.
I didn't mean to imply that Arp is a YEC; I was simply pointing out that
your assessment of YEC science is a bit one-sided. OECs cull data also.