Do the Math
In Six Days of Creation, the age of universe was estimated to be 15 billion years. Schroeder includes a chart in his book, the Science of God, setting forth the duration in time of each day of creation.
Day 1. . . . 24 hours. . . . 8 billion years
Day 2. . . . 24 hours. . . . 4 billion years
Day 3. . . . 24 hours. . . . 2 billion years
Day 4. . . . 24 hours. . . . 1 billion years
Day 5. . . . 24 hours. . . . one-half billion years
Day 6. . . . 24 hours. . . . one-quarter billion years
totaling for the first Six Days of Creation cosmic time equal to 15.75 billion years.
With the additional information provided by the chart and an elementary knowledge of the formulae of quantum physics you could do the math. I am sure you can appreciate the correlation between cosmic time and earth based time. You might even marvel “at how well the universe can be described mathematically” and might even agree with Sir James Jeans that “God is a mathematician.”
When Einstein said “Woe is me” he was expressing his profound regrets that his discoveries, encouragement and his initiative made possible