As an example this question has, as of this writing, 4 votes to close, and some critical comments.
I see this question as an example of a formula, which could be repeated practically infinitely.
That format would be:
How do (young-earth) creationists explain [specific scientific phenomenon which appears to contradict a young earth or other creationist doctrine]?
One comment on the question makes the claim:
This question doesn't have anything to do with Christianity - it could be answered just as well by creationists of any faith tradition. So I think it is off-topic for this site
I don't really agree with the sentiment of this commentator, as I believe Christianity does have a more or less de-facto monopoly on the concept of a young-earth. While there's certainly room in other religions (Islam and Judaism seem like obvious candidates, since they share the same Genesis creation account), Judasim has for the most part rejected the concept, and my impression is that Islam mostly takes a "we-don't really know or care" attitude.
But even if other faith traditions do support a young earth, no doubt their flavor is slightly different. Jews and Muslims won't use Romans 8 as support for a young-earth view, for instance.
And such questions would be either completely off-topic on Biology, Physics, or other sciences-related sites, or if not directly off-topic, certainly looked down upon, scolded, and without relevant YEC-experts around to answer them
So I think these questions should be on-topic here, and they should be encouraged.