On Jun 3, 2:08 pm, "H. Shinya" <shinya...@yahoo.co.jp> wrote: > Dear Professors, > > I think that I have been able to fix my previous attempts for proving > the Riemann Hypothesis. > > For this, I would like to see your generosity one last time; indeed, > it is going to be the last > time to ask you for your collaboration. > > In the paper version 30 which is available at > > http://arxiv.org/abs/0706.0357, > > I am claiming to have proved that all the nontrivial zeros of the > Riemann zeta function > are simple under the Riemann Hypothesis. Also, I am noting how one may > tackle the Riemann Hypothesis with the method used. > > As a practical goal, I would like to make this result firmly > established with your help. > (By the way, by "established", I mean that everyone specializing in > the theory > of the Riemann zeta function knows about the "established" result as > well-known. Hence, > it can not be possible to establish a result on my own.) > > This is going to be the last request, since I am very confident that > the only change > which will be made to the current paper as a consequence of the hoped > discussion > is either withdrawl or the completion of the proof of the Riemann > Hypothesis. > > I might try to keep coming back to this forum as long as I can get in > here, > since up to now I have no other idea for disseminating the paper to > people > and for getting their readerships. > > There might be a few critical moments in everyone's life at which he/ > she must linger > and push him/herself for the sake of his/her will. And to me, I am > believing this idea > might be one of those. Whether you end up with pointing out a fatal > mistake to me, > or the other way around, it is NOT going to make me _mentally > finished_ or anything > like that. Rather, your mathematical criticism will consequently make > my life better. > > I hope that at least you could recognize my seriousness by the written > message above. > > I am looking forward to your help. > > With regards, > > H. Shinya
Hello H Shinya,
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