For some people, one tarantula in the house is one too many. For anyone looking to acquire 3000 of the hairy arachnids for whatever inexplicable reason, this seller will throw in a container of Madagascar roaches free with purchase. Serious buyers only!

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Scientific innovation isn't usually a competition with winners and losers, but notable geniuses Stephen Hawking and Alan Turing will be pitted against one another, at least symbolically, in their respective upcoming biopics.

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25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, pieces of the concrete border can be viewed in some surprising locations around the world, from a Las Vegas casino bathroom to South Korea's capital city.

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Toy Story 4 is happening.

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Unskilled in even the most essential cooking techniques? The New York Times has a series of videos to teach culinary novices a range of basics, from holding a knife safely to shucking an oyster.

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Supernatural skeptics may feel vindicated by new research that suggests "ghosts" are merely a product of brain-body dissonance. Then again, the test subjects who saw those so-called ghosts might have a different take on their spooky experience.

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Over a decade after now-classic Christmas rom-com Love Actually debuted, its cast looks...well, surprisingly the same, actually.

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A slideshow of the "saddest desks" will make anyone doubly grateful it's the weekend.