Dan Falk

Dan Falk is a science journalist based in Toronto. His books include The Science of Shakespeare and In Search of Time.

14 Facts About Isaac Newton
Why Your Christmas Lights Always Get Tangled, According to Science
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Black Holes
15 Gripping Facts About Galileo
The Science Behind Why the Earth Isn't Flat
What Is a Scientific Theory?
How Real-Life Science Inspired Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Astronomers Observe a New Kind of Massive Cosmic Collision for the First Time
5 Things We Know About Gravitational Waves—And 2 That Are a Mystery
Astronomers Will Soon Have the First-Ever Picture of a Black Hole
The Top 10 Science Stories of 2016
Have We Detected Hundreds of Signals From Extraterrestrial Life?
15 Swinging Facts About Léon Foucault (and His Pendulum)
Astronomers Discover Milky Way–Sized Galaxy That's 99.99% Dark Matter
Physicists Believe They've Discovered a Fifth Fundamental Force of the Universe
15 Geodesic Facts About Buckminster Fuller
Scientists Set to Model the Universe With 'Full' Theory of General Relativity
Astrophysicists Detect Gravitational Waves Once Again
One-Third of Humanity Can't See the Milky Way Anymore
8 Subatomic Particles You Should Know
People Have Tracked Changes in Climate for Much Longer Than We Thought
More People Were Literate in Ancient Judah Than We Knew
In Defense of Daylight Saving Time
Blame Leap Year on Mismatched Solar, Lunar, and Seasonal Cycles
Physicists Spot Einstein's Gravitational Waves for the First Time
Top 10 Science Stories of 2015


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