Challenge New Scientist to a scientific wager


There’s a long tradition of scientists settling their differences by placing wagers, from Isaac Newton to Stephen Hawking – a tradition that Lewis Wolpert and Rupert Sheldrake are continuing in this week’s New Scientist Such wagers aren’t just fun: they also stimulate fresh thinking – whether what’s at stake is the existence of the Higgs boson, the odds of living to be 150 years old or the predictive power of the genome. In this spirit of enquiry, we’d like you to come up with a wager for us. Which scientific, technological or societal issue do you feel so strongly about that you’d like to challenge us to a wager over it? We’ll take on the best challenge you send us (the stake: a bottle of vintage champagne) and publish the ten best. Challenge New Scientist to a wager using this contact form, with “scientific wager” in the subject box. The deadline is 31 July 2009. Your entry must include the following:
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