I don't know much about cosmology, but I do know that they accept absurdities in their theories (ie Dark matter). Therefore I speculate that there should also be somewhere a cosmological model that explains the history of the universe in a creationist picture. I mean here that the history of the universe is one where it started from a small amount of energy/mass and "expanded" or "created itself" to become a large energy/mass. The absurdity that this model would have is obvious; it assumes that the laws of physics somehow allow creation in a way that we have yet to discover. But this absurdity is no worse than assuming that we cannot observe half of the universe, dark matter. Has anyone in the cosmological literature ever speculated such a theory and tested its claims against the empirical evidence/observations?