Was dark matter created with the Big Bang?

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Was dark matter created with the Big Bang?
« on: 29/09/2015 19:49:37 »
If all matter in the Universe is only 4% of the total mass, is there any evidence to prove that the other 96% comprising of Dark Matter/Dark Energy was created in the Big Bang?
Is it not possible that Dark Energy/Dark Matter already existed, and the Universe of Matter was created within Dark Energy/Dark Matter? It is possible that Dark Energy/Dark Matter acted as a Catalyst for the Creation of the Universe we see?
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« Reply #1 on: 05/10/2015 08:45:30 »
Could it be that the dark matter already existed in a space that the Big Bang inflated into. The gravity within our visible universe having a mutual effect on the dark matter it passes through.
The accelerating expansion of our visible universe being due, somehow, to the pre-existing space it is in.