I apologize for creating a misunderstanding. Perhaps I ought to have checked your user page and contribution history.
The problem: when people cite dark matter and dark energy as "evidence" for the big bang, they forget that those concepts would not exist without the big bang model. The only reason that they do exist is to explain certain observations that the classic Big Bang model does not explain. Far from being evidence, they constitute excuses.
That, of course, is why I left those articles in place, and why I discussed cosmological relativity. To throw out a flawed explanation for a phenomenon, is useless without offering a better explanation.
I am "creationist" in a sense that, knowing that no energy is lost nor created, it is at the very base of what there is today; no Judeo-Christian/Muslim/etc God in particular, as in my opinion they all refer to the original "life force" and Energy that drives the whole, which has no name, as words are a human means of representing the world as we humans see it.
Your views on creation are not consistent with the beliefs necessary to receive editorial rights. It is our intent to create a encyclopedia that is derived from this unique point of view (CPOV), and we restrict editors to fulfill this objective. You are still welcome to review articles using the Talk pages - provided this is done in a civil manner.
CPOV - Articles should be written from the creation point of view (CPOV), which holds that the universe and life on Earth are the result of an act of creation by God.
Sorry for the confusion.