In 2000, Martin Bojowald, then a twenty-seven-year-old post-doc at Pennsylvania State University, used a relatively new theory called loop quantum gravity-a cunning combination of Einstein's theory of gravity with quantum mechanics-to create a simple model of the universe. Loop quantum cosmology was born, and with it, a theory that managed to do something even Einstein's general theory of relativity had failed to do-illuminate the very birth of the universe.
Linda desperately wants a new barrel racing horse and talks her father into taking her to the local livestock auction in the hopes of finding one there, but when she sets eyes on the beautiful, and very pregnant, palomino filly named "Easter," all dreams of barrel racing fly out the window. All too quickly Doc Martin becomes a regular visitor to the McCloud family farm, leaving Linda's father to wonder just what he'd done.
In season two, Banks must deal with dramatic changes to his team as the impossible-to-read Helen Morton (Caroline Catz, "Doc Martin") enlists as his new partner. This season, Banks receives a disturbing message from his brother and the inspector himself is linked to a murder. An ordinary accountant is found murdered and his double life is discovered; as Morton closes in on his killer her life is danger.
Doc Martin: Series 2
Some Kind of Good is an occupational novel that reads like PBS's Doc Martin series or All Creatures Great and Small. It is based on real-world in the trenches experiences common to antiques dealers, collectors, and very eccentric connoisseurs. Some Kind of Good is the second title in The Madison Picker series. Once again Charles and Emma venture from Barboursville, Virginia in pursuit of design merit.
As WWII ends, British soldiers are demobilized ("demobbed") and returned to civilian lifeStarring Griff Rhys Jones (Alas Smith & Jones) and Martin Clunes (Doc Martin)Sharp writing and a stellar cast made this British drama series "pure pleasure" (Observer, UK)6 episodes, 5 hrs, 2 DVDs