#### questfortruth

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Riemann hypothesis - Wikipedia

First proof of Riemann Hypothesis:

1. Dr. Robin has shown, that the number of counter-examples can not be a finite number. For example, not 1, not 56, and not 676940303.

2. Hence, the huge amount of counter-examples is excluded.

3. Hence, there are no counter-examples.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.12022.52804/1

Your god says: "the author is in delusion."

It is not problem of logic, but of the gods mismatch.

More about them: My Worldview in full

that the X can not be finite. Any human knows only that, what his god is

telling him. The Russian God tells Russians to repeatedly elect Mr. Putin.

My God knows perfectly well that I have logic here:

1. Number X can not be finite (not 1, not 576, not 694739303).

2. Hence, it can not be huge.

3. Hence, it is zero. The X has three variants: zero, finite, huge. The finite and huge are excluded.

Your god might be a different god. If he tells you that this logic is not logical,

then we have gods' incompatibility, not a problem with logic.

Riemann hypothesis - Wikipedia

First proof of Riemann Hypothesis:

1. Dr. Robin has shown, that the number of counter-examples can not be a finite number. For example, not 1, not 56, and not 676940303.

2. Hence, the huge amount of counter-examples is excluded.

3. Hence, there are no counter-examples.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.12022.52804/1

I appeal to common sense. Even hugest number of counter-examples is excluded!Several mathematicians have addressed the Riemann hypothesis, but none of their attempts has yet been accepted as a proof.

Do you claim, that my argument sounds illogical? It might rase feeling of doubt, but the logic stays.Here's an analogy: Suppose I claim that all numbers (except 1) are composite. If I prove that the number of counter-examples is not finite, have I proved that there are no primes? Recall that there are an infinite number of primes.

My God says: "the author is right."Exactly. The previous result says that there are either none or an infinite number. To show that there are none, you need to show there are not an infinite number. You did not do that. In fact, you essentially re-iterated that there are not finitely many.

Your god says: "the author is in delusion."

It is not problem of logic, but of the gods mismatch.

More about them: My Worldview in full

Let the number of counter-examples be X, Dr. Robin has provenDeities are irrelevant in this. The rules of math and logic are clear. You simply didn't manage to do what you claimed.

that the X can not be finite. Any human knows only that, what his god is

telling him. The Russian God tells Russians to repeatedly elect Mr. Putin.

My God knows perfectly well that I have logic here:

1. Number X can not be finite (not 1, not 576, not 694739303).

2. Hence, it can not be huge.

3. Hence, it is zero. The X has three variants: zero, finite, huge. The finite and huge are excluded.

Your god might be a different god. If he tells you that this logic is not logical,

then we have gods' incompatibility, not a problem with logic.

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