This is really, very, VERY basic physics, yet this guy doesn’t get it, but is old enough to use a computer, surf the internet, and post in proper sentences. Some choice examples:
Here is a question you.
So a light year = the distance light travels in a year.
You mentioned the figure 11 million light years away.
So my question is how are we observing this light 11 million light years away now?
I’m not 11 million years old, i’m 20.
The light you see from stars is what you see during the present moment. If it takes millions of years, then we wouldn’t be able to see it as no observer can live millions of years.
Starlight would take millions of years if it was created millions of years ago, however starlight is created now. The light you see from stars is what is being created the very moment you see it.
You have to use simple common sense and logic.
So basically your entire OP which attempts to put a hole in YEC has been debunked.
Oh the stupid, it hurts soOoOoO bad!