Xi function "posibble solution for Reimann hypothesis"?

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    These are non trivial zeros not found on the critical line?
     
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    Try to be more specific. Do you have a proof or a counterexample? If a counterexample, show it.
     
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    Yes it is a counterexample showing Riemanns assumtiontion false. click on the link on the first post.
     
  9. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    So show it.
     
  10. Kristoffer Giant Hyrax Valued Senior Member

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    Think you forgot to add the counterexample.
    Ninja'd ^
     
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    looks like an incomplete drawing of a bell end... joking around Jason

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    I found nontrivial zeros not on the critical line 1/2 but I found them on the line 1/1.125 with use of the xi function.
     
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    the real part is equal to less than 1
     
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    I will try and put upload the long form on Monday I just threw it up because I wanted someone to challenge my statement you guys are good at that I wasn't making any final claims as I stated it was a possible solution in the form of a counterexample.
     
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    This is not the graph Xi( 1/2 + it)=Xi (1/2-it) above...See how they look almost identical but look again this is graph Xi(1/1.25 +it)= Xi (1/1.25- it) unless I am mistaking which is possible because it was not check over I just guessed so I want someone here to check if I am right or wrong or if I made some sort of error I would love to know I am not making any conclusive claims?
     
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    Above is the counterexample please look closely.
     
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    Look above
     
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    I was here already this is where I tested it the first time. Look at the graph my solution falls exactly on the x axis non trivial zeros it looks beautiful. Its almost identical to Reimanns version I honed in on the xi function because then I could get a quantity when the real part is less than one but it was not on the critical line.
     
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  20. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    I can't find a link in the first post.

    Please post the value of one of your counterexamples, so we can check it.
     
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    can you see the graph on post #1? If you can see it that is my counterexample it looks almost identical to Riemanns version that may be the source of the confusion.
     
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    This site is sort of odd when you click on the link it takes you to an advertisement, then you have to click on the back button, then you will see the graph.
     
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