New Scientist – 22 March 2008

*Save the climate by saving the forests*
Paying people to leave carbon locked away in the rainforests sounds like a great idea, but can it work*Has the Riemann hypothesis finally been proven?*
A lone researcher claims to have cracked one of the most famous problems in mathematics. Is it too good to be true

*Quantum randomness may not be random*
The quantum universe may seem random, but a closer look may reveal that it is actually predictable

*Being self-centred is the key to empathy*
The way we judge people is more egocentric than we’d like to admit, but it seems that’s the key to understanding them

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