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More options Jan 1 2011, 4:14 pm
Newsgroups: sci.math, sci.logic, sci.physics
From: Archimedes Plutonium <plutonium.archime...@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 1 Jan 2011 13:14:37 -0800 (PST)
Local: Sat, Jan 1 2011 4:14 pm
Subject: Re: Riemann Hypothesis is false because Euler encoding =/ zeta #1360 Correcting Math
On Jan 1, 12:50 pm, David R Tribble <da...@tribble.com> wrote:

> Archimedes Plutonium wrote:
> > So with Mathematics ending at 10^603 there is no Riemann Hypothesis
> > because the Euler primes
> > and the zeta function are not equal to each other.

> Since all primes are finite by definition, and if the largest prime
> is less than 10^603, this would present a problem with Euclid's
> Proof of the infinitude of primes.

> Specifically, taking the product of all the primes less than 10^603
> and adding 1 would produce an infinite integer, and thus not a prime.

To be infinite in physics means the end of physics such as "no more
strong nuclear force"
or a perfect vaccuum or reaching absolute zero Kelvin or "no more
Coulomb force."

For mathematics it is the e picture, that mathematics as a subject
ends with 10^603,
not because we can continue searching for primes but because we lose
precision in what we are doing
since we lose Aristotelian Logic and is doing Duality Logic. We no
longer can be sure that
9999....9997 is prime or composite.

So what does a 22nd century mathematician ask about how many primes
there are? He/she can do Euclid's
proof and fetch a set that has a cardinality of 10^603 of only primes.
But does it matter? Because more
than half of that set was numbers fetched from "across the border" as
untrustworthy of actually being prime.

What you fail to understand in this thread, Tribble, is that infinity
is not a quantity, but like physics, infinity is a border or boundary.
So in physics we merely ask "what if there is no strong nuclear force"
then we have infinity. In mathematics when we ask, are the primes
infinite, is asking do they continue in a pattern up to and including
10^603 and that some are across that border.

I do not expect you to understand any of this, after living a life
under a "deluded math with never defining what Finite even means."

Archimedes Plutonium  http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium/  whole entire
Universe is just one big atom  where dots of the electron-dot-cloud
are galaxies