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H. Shinya
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From:
Japan
Registered:
6/20/10


Some notification to seniors or above
Posted:
Jun 16, 2011 2:11 AM


Hello.
I assume that all of you who are reading this message are at least seniors or above. I assume also that you are very young, in the middle of your ripe time.
If you are not satisfied with your undergraduate program, there is a place to apply what you have learned in class, especially complex analysis and Fourier transforms.
If you even know about some analytic number theory, you are quite ready to experience what a mathematical research is like.
Now, I started up a blog to discuss on a preprint. The address for the blog is
http://aseminaronriemannhypothesis.wordpress.com/
So what is research all about? How is mathematics developed? It is quite simple.
1. Someone claims to have a proof of a proposition.
2. People read it. "Is that step of the argument correct?" and so on...
3. Decide if it's correct or not. If sufficiently many people believe it's correct, then it finally is establihsed.
Thus, tell as many math friends of yours as possible about this, and why don't we try to make a serious mathematical progress together?
You might have alreay heard of the Riemann Hypothesis. My preprint is on that problem.
I am looking forward to your participation.
H. Shinya



