Facts usually refers to the usage as a plural noun of fact, an incontrovertible truth. Facts may also refer to:
- Carroll, Lewis, who wrote a poem called "Facts"
- FACTS (newspaper), program produced by Asia Television in Hong Kong
- Flexible AC transmission system, abbreviated FACTS
- Newdow, Michael, the leader of the church "First Amendment Church of True Science", which has the acronym FACTS
- Fact - Fact in Data Warehousing
- FACTS (newspaper) - was a weekly magazine from Switzerland, appearing in the publishing house Tamedia
- Facts (convention) - a comic, scifi and anime festival in Belgium
Other articles related to "fact, facts":
... hypotheses, or theories could become a fact ... philosophers of science share a common understanding of what can be called a manifest fact, whereby "confirming evidence cannot change the status of a hypothesis to a fact." The alternative practice, claiming that ... However, evolution may be considered a manifest fact, but only as the subject of reference stemming from numerous explanatory hypotheses it is necessary to parcel ...
... This is simply random facts about a certain aspect of football (e.g ... The different volumes of facts are organised with Roman Numerals e.g ... Soccer AM fashion nothing is taken seriously and the last fact on Trev's list of facts is arguable, biased, or funny (e.g ...
... The town's railway station is Marwar Bagra and is on the Samdari-Bhildi section of North Western Railway ... The Railway Board proposes to convert this meter gauge route to broad gauge in near future ...
... Facts regarding imperialism of the island are dispersed throughout the narrative, as well as facts about slavery in Jamaica and Jamaican folklore ... emphasized that the protagonists are generally unaware of these facts, which often serve to reveal the brutal nature of both slavery and imperialism ...
Famous quotes containing the word facts:
“My facts shall be falsehoods to the common sense. I would so state facts that they shall be significant, shall be myths or mythologic. Facts which the mind perceived, thoughts which the body thoughtwith these I deal.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“In spite of the air of fable ... the public were still not at all disposed to receive it as fable. I thence concluded that the facts of my narrative would prove of such a nature as to carry with them sufficient evidence of their own authenticity.”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091849)
“The facts of a persons life will, like murder, come out.”
—Norman Sherry (b. 1925)