So your dark matter is what causing the universe to expand by attraction?[/QUOTE]
No. Dark matter tends to slow the expansion just like ordinary matter does.
Do you like being wrong so often?This would mean your dark matter is outside of the universe so it can attract matter to cause the expansion of the universe.
In other words dark matter does not exist in our universe.
If dark matter was in the universe and its attraction was stronger then gravity, the universe expansion would be slowing down or at least accelerating towards it.
YOU are the one that claims that 'God' is outside of the universe. And that is part of the problem. if the universe is everything that exists, then God is part of the universe. But then, God cannot make the universe, could he?98% of the universe is unknown.
So science is only sure about 2% of the universe. And yet you claim no God exist. 2%!!!!
Maybe that's why there is only 2% of the worlds population that are atheist?