Dan is a neuroscientist-turned-journalist based in New York. He is currently an editor for Multiverse Media, although he specializes in editing stories about space science and the space industry.
His work has appeared in The Scientist, Inverse, Futurism, and Scientific American. When he’s not reporting and editing, he’s probably getting beat up at a fencing practice. Dan is based in Los Angeles, California.
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Could salty beer really replace sports drinks?
Porn Study Reveals Surprising Data About Early Lives of Playboys
Early porn watchers are most in need of a reality check.
3 Fatal Injuries That 'Game of Thrones' Characters Survived, Explained
A trauma surgeon on which fan favorites shouldn't be in the running for the Iron Throne.
How Rising From the Dead Changed Jon Snow’s Sex Life
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Researchers Find That a Flawless Robot Creeps People Out
Video Games Might Be Harming Your Brain
Many video games will train one region of the brain, harming others.
The Physics of Drowning Helps Answer a Huge 'GoT' Question
'An Inconvenient Sequel' Ratings Reveal a Perfectly Divided U.S.
Scientists Have Figured Out the Funniest Word in the English Language
Sex Robot CEO Says Some Customers are "Men Going Their Own Way"
Why Hibikino-Musashi Could Replace Your Amazon Echo
Four Revelations About Robot Taking Jobs at Retail Stores
Cersei's Horrifying Punishment for Ellaria Sand Will Take 10 Rotten Weeks
6 Poisons Jaime Lannister Might Have Used in Episode 3 of Game of Thrones
Marvel's Avengers From the Year 1,000,000 B.C. Can't Be Humans
'Suicidal Robot' Investigation Finds There was 'No Foul Play'
How Artificial Intelligence is Helping Feed the Planet
Headphones Aren’t Actually Making Us Deaf
Hearing loss in teens has actually gone down.
Penis size chart: Reddit reveals the ideal dick size
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