Bill Worraker has a B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Physics and a Ph.D. in Engineering Mathematics, both from the University of Bristol, U.K. He has experience of academic and industrial research into a wide range of fluid flow phenomena. Currently employed as a developer of industrial software, he has been an active amateur astronomer for over 20 years and has participated in collaborative professional-amateur observing projects on variable stars.
Some of his articles are as follows:
- High-redshift quasars produce more big bang surprises
- MOND over dark matter?
- The Pioneer anomaly and MOND: a possible explanation
- Missing: a source of short-period comets
- The Milky Way Galaxy: young at heart?
- A different view of the universe—(a review of two books by Halton Arp: Quasars, redshifts and controversies (1987) and Seeing red: Redshifts, cosmology and academic science (1999))