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Old 2015-11-25, 23:11   #1
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Default Kadison Singer conjecture solved

This one is worth a bit of discussion. Can it possibly be applied to the Riemann hypothesis?

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Old 2015-11-26, 00:28   #2
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This one is worth a bit of discussion. Can it possibly be applied to the Riemann hypothesis?
did you see this thread about the Riemann hypothesis being potentially solved by a Nigerian? :
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Old 2015-11-26, 01:15   #3
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Your link is a current magazine article about an event two years old. Judging by the complete lack of mention of the RH, it would seem they bear no relation to each other.

Thank you for the link regardless, though.
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