After graduating in applied mathematics (specialising in gravitational dynamics) Neil followed a successful career in telecommunications, telemetry and control systems, and education. Completing his post-graduate studies in astrophysics at Queen Mary, University of London, he has been a fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society for over 30 years. He has taught with the University of Maryland and many adult education courses in astronomy. Neil has written two books; on solar physics, and the Rhaetian age asteroid impact. His research interests include radial pulsations and non-equilibrium in stars, and solar system dynamics.
A friend challenged me to define what I felt governments of the world, and especially the UK government, should/could be...Read more
Keir Starmer's lack of support for the unions is divisive and despicable. This amongst other actions shows Tory attributes.Read more
Now that the heatwave is over, can we just forget about climate change?Read more
"It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we are fighting, but for the freedom and...Read more
The Milankovitch cycles are often used to wrongly explain current climate change. However, they operate over many thousands of years...Read more
"We have to wean ourselves off fossil fuels. This will be hard, but there is no better time than right...Read more
Neil Taylor writes about the reality of global climate change, what the government is doing or not doing and what...Read more
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