I'm not really sure what the point is that you're making, but let me further explain my own intention. I was merely trying to expand on the thread topic. Starlight is not the only natural phenomenon that both "appears" old and contains specific information. Tree rings do not just make trees "appear" old; they give us specific information on climate. Likewise, ice cores contain air bubbles trapped in the ice. Scientists examine these air bubbles to measure the composition of the atmosphere at various times. These, as well as several other types of natural phenomena, provide specific historical informational data. Furthermore, even young earth creationists believe that these phenomena provide real, specific historical information for the period of history that they believe really existed. Thus, at some point they must lay down an absolute barrier, saying that the same inferential processes that yield accurate information for recent times suddenly switch to not yielding information at all, because God just put that data there to make the universe appear old. That is what I refer to as the magic wall.