Aaron Kool

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What All the Money in the World Gets Right (and Wrong) About the Getty Kidnapping

Fact-checking Ridley Scott’s retelling of the shocking crime.<p>For those unfamiliar with the 1973 Getty kidnapping, the plot of <b>Ridley Scott’s</b> <i>All the Money in the World</i> may seem ludicrous: the richest man in the world refuses to pay his grandson’s ransom—a paltry sum in comparison to his vast oil …

Why You Shouldn't Buy a Car in Cash

Just because you have the money on hand to avoid taking out a loan, doesn't always mean it makes sense to do so.<p>A few weeks ago, two friends told me …

All The Best Rap Songs Of 2017

Looking for a common thread for the best rap songs of 2017, it almost seems more daunting than it really is. There is tremendous diversity there, so much so that it seems almost like they have nothing in common. But if you look just a hair closer, you start to see it. That sing-song delivery, the …

Rap & Hip-Hop

Moby Releases New Album Via Fake Trump Press Release: Listen

Moby has released a new album. <i>More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse</i> is the producer’s second full-length with the Void Pacific Choir; the first, <i>These Systems Are Failing</i>, was released last fall. Moby announced his new album via a mysterious press release “from the desk of John Miller,” seemingly …

Bike tire insert takes on flats and rough rides

For decades, various manufacturers have dabbled in flat-proof bicycle tires that have a solid or foam-filled core. The problem is, those tires tend …

Wireless charging system for EVs is nearly as good as plugging in

Wireless charging for electric cars is already affordable, but it's still pretty limited: it isn't the quickest option, and it's not even on the radar if you're driving large vehicles like trucks. Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory are close to licking those problems once and for all, …