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Daher TBM Eclipse Flight

Dr John C Taylor took to the sky to enjoy the March 20 2015 Solar Eclipse, flying his turboprop aeroplane M-USCA from Stornoway to close to the Faroe Islands. Technology Correspondent for Sky News, Tom Cheshire, shared the spectacular flight and produced some great footage in a superb report.  You can see the story below. The aeroplane brand, Daher, were very impressed with the flight and ran a story on their own website that you can read here. Nicolas Chabbert, Senior Vice President of Daher’s Airplane Business Unit said, “We salute the contribution of Dr. Taylor, an accomplished TBM pilot and inventor… read more

New Chronophage Brochure

In response to numerous enquiries, the Office of John C Taylor has produced a new brochure about the Dragon Chronophage.  If you would like a copy, please email:  Office@JohnCTaylor.com or view online below.   The brochure is also available in Chinese and can be viewed here.  Thank you for your interest in Dr John C Taylor.  … read more

Chronophage Invention Receives Praise

BBC TV North West were fascinated to learn about the Dragon Chronophage plus the multitude of inventions created by Dr John C Taylor.  The report by Kelly Foran is below.  … read more

New Elliptical Collection brochure published

The team at the Office of John C Taylor Ltd have produced a brochure about the Elliptical collection that includes a spectacular table, plus crockery and glassware.  If you would like to know more about these stunning designs please contact  Office@JohnCTaylor.com.     It is also available in Chinese and can be viewed below… read more

Dragon Chronophage Prepared in Cambridge

Dr John C Taylor visited Cambridge to make final checks to the Dragon Chronophage clock before shipping to China for Design Shanghai.  Hear a report from BBC TV… read more

Interesting Facts

Diamonds are actually unstable at surface temperature and pressure. Every diamond above ground is very, very slowly altering into graphite, another form of pure carbon.

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Luxury of Time Exhibition at National Museum of Scotland

A special display of rare and significant historical timepieces telling the story of a golden age of innovation in British watch and clockmaking will go on show at the National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh EH1 1JF, which runs to 26 January 2020. The Luxury of Time: Clocks from 1550-1750 features objects from the private collection of Dr John C Taylor OBE. The 25 objects to be shown demonstrate the golden age of British clock and watch-making and illustrate the delicate workmanship and incredible technical skills involved.  Exquisitely made and decorated in precious metals, they were labour-intensive, luxury items… read more

Interesting Quotes

Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing.

Helen Keller