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Topic: Circumferencing the Perimeter or is it Perimeterizing the
Circumference Re: maybe it is 999999 in a row in pi at 10^767 #384 Correcting
Math 3rd ed

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 katbo Posts: 126 Registered: 1/26/08
Re: Circumferencing the Perimeter or is it Perimeterizing the
Circumference Re: maybe it is 999999 in a row in pi at 10^767 #384 Correcting
Math 3rd ed

Posted: Apr 14, 2011 4:03 PM

On Apr 14, 12:01 pm, Archimedes Plutonium
<plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote:
> What I may end up doing is saying that this B matrices is the
> equivalent of Riemann Hypothesis, only instead of making sure all the
> nontrivial zeroes are on the 1/2 Real strip, I end up saying that
> there are breakdowns in B matrices that are not pi/4 convergencies.
> What I trade off with the Riemann Hypothesis is that I trade 1/2 Real
> strip for convergence to pi/4
> in circumferencing the perimeter. So if a nontrivial zero falls
> outside the 1/2 Real strip is like
> finding a early critical perimeter breakdown whose number is smaller
> than the B number.

Actually, you've said exactly nothing, you towering monument to
immeasurable stupidity.

> I am in desperation mode today, for I found that my skull is
> completely packed with chimpanzee and fetid dingo kidneys.

> Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want
> to do blithering more like a newsgroup post?