Has anyone read his work on physics and his take on the "Big Bang" theory? I just read a Discovery Magazine article on his theory and was taken, IMHO, by it's "Buddhist taste."

Wikipedia Article

He holds the controversial view that time does not exist as anything other than an illusion, and that a number of physics' problems arise from assuming that it does exist. He argues that we have no evidence of the past other than our memory of it, and no evidence of the future other than our belief in it. It is all an illusion: there is no motion and no change. He argues that the illusion of time is what we interpret through what he calls "time capsules," which are "any fixed pattern that creates or encodes the appearance of motion, change or history."
Interview with Mr. Barbour

His official We Page