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Disproof of the Riemann Conjecture-German mathematicians Like Any Nationalities Mathematicians Can Have their Conjectures Disproven
submitted to Illinois Journal of Math, American Journal, Travaux Mathematiques, Notices of Math, and other sources like math Magazine (2013)
  • James T Struck
Abstract

Math conjectures can be disproven just as much as proven. Bernard Riemann's famous conjecture can be disproven just as much as any other famous conjecture like my past work with the Poincare Conjecture posted here and on SSRN. Infinities, graphing, a special number called infinity z, and 0 are used to show problems with the Riemann Conjecture. Prime numbers are also used to show that those prime numbers form a certain line while the Riemann Conjecture solutions do not form along that line.The thought that a conjecture is put forth to be proven is problematic; these mathematicians are human people putting forth conjectures to be disproven just as much proven.

Keywords
  • Math,
  • Riemann,
  • Conjectures,
  • nationalities,
  • Disproof,
  • INfinity,
  • infinties,
  • prime Numbers,
  • prime
Publication Date
2013
Citation Information
James T Struck. "Disproof of the Riemann Conjecture-German mathematicians Like Any Nationalities Mathematicians Can Have their Conjectures Disproven" submitted to Illinois Journal of Math, American Journal, Travaux Mathematiques, Notices of Math, and other sources like math Magazine (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_struck/36/