Riemann Hypothesis Disproved Using Infinity, Elements, solution operator defined to solve Riemann but not have solutions 1/2 and other Solutions with Real Solutions Not 1/2 The Riemann hypothesis is that all [[Triviality (mathematics)|nontrivial]] zeros of the analytical continuation of the [[Riemann zeta function]] have a real part of 1/2. A proof or disproof of this would have far-reaching implications in [[number theory]], especially for the distribution of [[prime number]]s. This was [[Hilbert's problems|Hilbert's eighth problem]], and is still considered an important open problem a century later. One of James T. Struck's Disproofs of the Riemann Hypothesis is that zeros can be defined that do not have real part 1/2. His graphed disproof shows that Element 20,000,000 Protons or Element 130 with 130 protons meeting Element requirements following the argument of Crimean War Victim Henry G. W. Jeffries Moseley who was killed by a sniper during the Crimean war in Turkey that new elements can be determined by the number of protons determining atomic number, would be a possible solution of the Riemann zeta function, but not with real part 1/2. Infinity would be a possible solution, but would include other numbers other than real part 1/2. One can invent a Solution Operator Infinity off the Riemann line which does not have part 1/2. Many solutions are inventable off the line with no real part 1/2 James T. Struck BA, BS, AA, MLIS also argues that other real parts besides 1/2 can be solutions of functions like Riemann zeta showing that the hypothesis is also limited or incomplete. His other disproof of Riemann, Goldbach, Fermat, Poincare, P=NP have been available for several years. http://works.bepress.com/james_struck/36/ James T. Struck BA, BS, AA, MLIS

- Riemann disproved

*Travaux Mathematiques, Belgian, AJM, Math Magazine, Illinois Journal of Math, Lithuanian and Russian Journal of Math*(2015)

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