Not the one i read but something no less that's interesting:
This is where ideas get you or rather some interesting results or how you think things work. If you believe the universe started with a big bang and all that followed, then you have to believe that is a process. WHY??? can't this process not repeat and we know many things elsewhere do. The logic behind this is simple, something is always at work, nothing remains idle for long. What we consider our universe maybe more about our region of the universe or what has become known as such. Since, with the best instruments can only progress only so far, we think that's about it. However, as we get better in making instruments and also as time itself allows to better understand how things work, we become more knowledgeable or can leap into another thought of reasoning. See, where all this get you.
I just finished reading in the May/2012 issue of Newsweek the article on "multiverse". While we have come to the conclusion that a big bang got us here, or it maybe a bubble from the ether/medium we come forth. Bubble as bursting through a point and flowing outward and expanding more and more. The rush of this proces causes other processes to commence after a period of time. Even time and space can be though of as not existing or became about as well. All this gets faqr beyond me and find that once again, a whole lot of faith needs to tossed into the mix. Again, the Lord can't be left out at all, the hand of the Almighty is at work rather we like it or not. The article explains the presence of "cosmic fuel" the substance needed to create big bangs. In other words, "dark energy" what better to explain the "inflationary universe" where continue to expand even at a faster pace from our beginnings. Yes, this is a big article in Newsweek, a surprise for me and to see that its in the main press. However, these ideas and others have long been around or tossed about. It's that now more concrete proof or observational results need some explaining.
You wonder why I like reading this stuff. Best mystery reading I've ever come across, it all still amazes me. Sorry, no direct link this time, but probably maybe found at Newsweek website.