Christopher Nolan's upcoming sci-fi flick Interstellar takes some liberties with the laws of physics, but at least one thing on screen is real: the special effects team's depiction of a black hole, rendered from actual data, that turns out to be the most scientifically accurate model possible.

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Spooky author extraordinaire R.L. Stine has taken his creepy fiction to Twitter, posting a typically weird super-short story called "What's In My Sandwich?" over the course of 15 tweets.

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Peer into Parisian apartment windows (with permission) in a staged photo series showcasing the French in their natural habitats.

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For those of age who want to indulge in a little wine with their post-Halloween candy haul (whether purchased leftovers or purloined from unsuspecting trick-or-treaters in the family), there's a perfect pairing for M&Ms and mini KitKats.

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There's one major flaw in the average time traveler's plan to go back long enough to see the dinosaurs.

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China's President Xi Jinping has called for architects to please stop building such weird-looking buildings—which is a fair enough request, given his country's penchant for buildings that look like teapots, pianos, and oversized eggs.

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Those looking to increase their survival odds in case of a zombie apocalypse should avoid the country's 25 most zombie-friendly cities. Basically, head to the Midwest.

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Though the Dark Knight's look has remained recognizable since his earliest appearance in 1940, the Batman logo has undergone significant evolution over the years.