The Science Behind The X-Files

Welcome to The Science Behind The X-Files! As you can see, this page has undergone some serious restructuring, but it's still committed to bringing you all the cool science facts that can be found in each episode of The X-Files.

Just choose an episode below to look at its science file. To make things easier, I've added this text-only version (yep, you're looking at it!), so you can print out each file with minimal hassle. I've also cleaned out a bunch of dead links from the files and tried to reduce the load time of each page. (Aren't you lucky?)

Please let me know what you think.

(You may see references to this site as the FILE CABINET; the change in metaphor came with the end of the fifth season. Besides, no one used that name anyway...)

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This page was last updated: 11/02/99
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