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Topic: Why riemann zeta conjecture is wrong
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Pubkeybreaker

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Re: Why riemann zeta conjecture is wrong
Posted: Jul 20, 2012 9:24 AM
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On Jul 20, 8:40 am, "Dirk Van de moortel"
<dirkvandemoor...@hotspam.not> wrote:
> Tonico <Tonic...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>
>   15a97e31-f0ef-4e96-b176-de0563d58...@6g2000vbv.googlegroups.com
>

> > On Jul 20, 12:32 am, me <idat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Here it ishttp://www.davesinvoice.com/papers/riemann.pdf
>
> > > -suresh
>
> > Wow!!!! A new Gauss, a new Riemann, a new Hilbert...amazing!!
>
> A new ArchiePLOO!
>
> Dirk Vdm


Another example of Dunning & Kruger....... The OP is so totally
ignorant that he fails to recognize his own (complete!) incompetence.

He didn't even get the representation right for zeta(s) in the
critical
strip. The Euler product only converges for re(s) > 1.....



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