Terence Tao has an interesting survey article out: The dichotomy between structure and randomness, arithmetic progressions, and the primes.

Terence Tao has an interesting survey article out: The dichotomy between structure and randomness, arithmetic progressions, and the primes.

I have an awesome record at this, dating back to ’98 (so not a HUGE sample size) as I only missed McMullen in ’98, and Walt was in the room when I called Voevodsky and Lafforgue in ’02 (it went something like “I know who two of the medalists will be [V & L], but I have no idea about the other two”). How many medalist in ’02? Thats right Baby! Two. BOOYAH!

Anyway, mark my words, Terry Tao wins in ’06.

Ok, Just so you all know, I posted that before I clicked on the link to the article. Look in the comments section of the abstract. He is presenting this at ICM ’06, and we all know what THAT means.