One for The Worstall
US citizen Thomas Schelling and Israeli Robert Aumann have won the 2005 Nobel prize in economics for their work in an area known as game theory.
They will share a 10m kronor ($1.3m; £723,000) cash prize awarded by the Swedish central bank.
Ah, but how will they share it? Just dividing it in two would be too boring for these specialists in strategies of conflict and the theoretical underpinnings of bargaining, co-operation and conflict wouldn't it?