@Mike_Gantt, what kind of physical evidence would you expect to accompany a miracle?
I would expect record of the miracle, after it occurred, but no record before. Basically a discontinuity in the historical record of events.
For example with the wine at Cana, I would expect a bunch of wine stained cups, and very happy people. I would not expect any vats full of squished grapes (that had not already been accounted for), or any ledgers of money spent. The wine was miraculously created, so there should be no record of it from before the miracle.
Likewise, if I believed in a 6000 year old universe I would expect there to be living beings that were created (i.e. us). And then there would be some sort of discrepancy in the historical record. In this particular case, I would expect that there would be no records from before 6000 years ago.
However, this leads us to a contradiction, because there are scientific records of ages greater than 6000 years. Therefore one of our assumptions must be in error.
In this case there are two interpretations. The one of science stating the evidence of greater than 6000 years, and the one of biblical interpretation stating that the earth is only 6000 years old. One of those has to be wrong.
Now, as stated many times above, there is virtually no disagreement in the scientific interpretations. And the ages they determined are corroborated by many different fields. However, there is disagreement in the biblical interpretations, both recently, and from theologians of the past.
Therefore it is most likely that the 6000 year old biblical interpretation is the incorrect one. You do not appear to like (or agree with) any of the alternate interpretations that have been brought forward thus far; but that doesn’t make the 6000 year old one correct.