There are six outstanding maths problems that, if solved, will net you a $US1 million ($1.4 million) reward. Yesterday, a highly regarded mathematician claimed in a lecture that he has proven perhaps the most famous of these problems, called the Riemann hypothesis. But there’s reason to be sceptical.
Motorcycle riders don’t enjoy the same luxury of safety that people in cars do. They are completely exposed and a collision that wouldn’t really hurt a driver can seriously injure a rider. So, it’s understandable that when this rider narrowly avoids colliding with a stunting Lamborghini, the rider’s alleged girlfriend tears the driver a new arsehole.