Guest wrote:Hmm. Some Food for Thought:
"The essence of mathematics lies in its freedom.
In mathematics, the art of proposing a question must be held of higher value than solving it.
A set is a Many that allows itself to be thought of as a One." -- Georg Cantor.
"Chaos is the score upon which reality is written." -- Henry Miller.
"Nothing in Nature is random... A thing appears random only through the incompleteness of our knowledge." -- Spinoza.
Guest wrote:"We would rather be wrong with absolute certainty than to be right with some nagging uncertainty." -- Dave.
Guest wrote:Hmm. Of course, the Riemann Hypothesis (RH) is sound!... Go Blue!
And it is okay to agree to disagree about the soundness of RH or its purported proofs. But where is your proof or disproof?
There is a good reference link below on some proofs/disproofs of RH.
We especially enjoy reading those RH proofs involving some wonderful and powerful ideas from physics.
However, mathematicians have developed and refined sufficient and powerful mathematical methods to solve the RH problem without the need of assistance from the wonderful world of physics. Hmm. Do you agree?
Relevant Reference Link:
'proposed (dis)proofs of the Riemann Hypothesis',
http://empslocal.ex.ac.uk/people/staff/mrwatkin//zeta/RHproofs.htm.
Guest wrote:Guest wrote:Hmm. Of course, the Riemann Hypothesis (RH) is sound!... Go Blue!
And it is okay to agree to disagree about the soundness of RH or its purported proofs. But where is your proof or disproof?
There is a good reference link below on some proofs/disproofs of RH.
We especially enjoy reading those RH proofs involving some wonderful and powerful ideas from physics.
However, mathematicians have developed and refined sufficient and powerful mathematical methods to solve the RH problem without the need of assistance from the wonderful world of physics. Hmm. Do you agree?
Relevant Reference Link:
'proposed (dis)proofs of the Riemann Hypothesis',
http://empslocal.ex.ac.uk/people/staff/mrwatkin//zeta/RHproofs.htm.
Oops! I was wrong! And I thank very much the late great Albert Einstein for his words of wisdom on simplicity in science.
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." -- Albert Einstein, a great scientist.
Dave.
Guest wrote:Guest wrote:"We would rather be wrong with absolute certainty than to be right with some nagging uncertainty." -- Dave.
Dave wrote:"We would rather be wrong with absolute certainty than to be right with some nagging uncertainty." -- Dave.
Guest wrote:FYI: 'Okay, Maybe Proofs Aren't Dying After All.
Experts argue that proofs are doing fine, contrary to a controversial 1993 prediction of their impending demise.'
https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/cross-check/okay-maybe-proofs-arent-dying-after-all/.
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