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Riemann hypothesis, the most beautiful hypothesis

questfortruth

Well-Known Member
Please comment on my feeble attempt to prove the Riemann hypothesis:
https://www.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.14778.31681

There are two questions:
1. Is the Riemann hypothesis true?
2. Does anyone know the answer?

If you answer all these questions (or somehow get the answers), then the answer to the second question can only be: Yes, somebody knows.
 

Yerda

Veteran Member
Ok, I'm not a professional mathematician (or even a particulary good amateur).

Isn't the Riemann hypothesis a conjecture about where the zeros of the zeta function are found? How does your paper relate to that?
 

questfortruth

Well-Known Member
Ok, I'm not a professional mathematician (or even a particulary good amateur).

Isn't the Riemann hypothesis a conjecture about where the zeros of the zeta function are found? How does your paper relate to that?
It solves the problem.
 

viole

Ontological Naturalist
Premium Member
Please comment on my feeble attempt to prove the Riemann hypothesis:
https://www.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.14778.31681

There are two questions:
1. Is the Riemann hypothesis true?
2. Does anyone know the answer?

If you answer all these questions (or somehow get the answers), then the answer to the second question can only be: Yes, somebody knows.
No comment. Or I will get banned for good.

Ciao

- viole
 

VoidCat

Pronouns: he/they/it/neopronouns
Um the first paragraph about how your papers get rejected...it makes me not want to trust anything you write. Just saying. You might want to edit that out. As for the math I suck at that so can't help there.
 

ratiocinator

Lightly seared on the reality grill.

Have you thought of giving up on mathematics and taking up comedy? You start by whinging about being rejected and trying to impress with your secondary school gold medal - I'd really be surprised if anybody reads beyond that before consigning your 'paper' to the bin. Then you appear to have not grasped what it means to say that something cannot have a finite number of solutions.
 

questfortruth

Well-Known Member
You start by whinging about being rejected and trying to impress with your secondary school gold medal - I'd really be surprised if anybody reads beyond that
Is there zero love in scientific community? I am sure, that my mother would love to read about my CV and feelings.
 

questfortruth

Well-Known Member
Um the first paragraph about how your papers get rejected...it makes me not want to trust anything you write. Just saying. You might want to edit that out.
The first part shows my personality, and my life principles. Why has it no place in scientific paper?
 

Revoltingest

Pragmatic Libertarian
Premium Member
You might want to edit that out. As for the math I suck at that so can't help there.
I can help by explaining part of it...
The limit of X as X approaches infinity is infinity.

Seems trivial, eh.
It could be re-stated as....
As X approaches infinity, X approaches infinity.
 
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