If you're at the newsagent, have a look for the April 2010 edition of 'Discover' magazine (Einstein on the cover).
It has three really good articles on the nature of the universe and pertains problems in cosmology and astrophysics;
1. Who wrote he book of physics
2. Back from the future
3. Impossible particles
All three relate to each other in that they address the anomalies within cosmology from different angles and how different people are going against the norm to look at other wild possibilities (like Einstein did in his day).
Of particular note for me is the second article which talks about Reverse Causality and is directly connected with the Time Symmetry articles I posted in this thread
. This is Bohm's influence on Aharanov's, who in-turn had an influence on Tollaksen's concept of Time.
As I keep reading the article it feels strangely bizzare! I credited two white papers in my book (pg 216), and one of them is precisely what this article has been written around almost entirely (New Insights on Time-Symmetry in Quantum Mechanics). When I read the article years ago I was actually researching possible ways around SR so that non-local effects to take place without conflicting with SR, and it was the only thing that made any sense at all, and that's why I quoted extensively from it in the book. The chapter's title is 'History in the making'; it runs through an idea about how the factory of reality (metrics in higher dimensions) use higher dimensions as a portal to tunnel future event information and seed information into current events happening today. This is why we have separate outcomes from identical events...and particles have a self-consistent destiny to follow!