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John Horton Conway, one of the most brilliant mathematicians of recent times, died in April 2020. While contributing to many diverse fields of mathematics, he delighted in amusing people. One of his playful contributions to mathematics was in the subject of tiling (tessellations), and is called the "Conway Criterion." Any shape that conforms to his criterion will fill the plane with its copies, fitting together like jigsaw pieces, just by rotating the tile by 180 degrees repeatedly about certain points on its edges. To honor his memory, an app called Conway's Magical Pen has now been developed.

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Disproof the Riemann Hypothesis using Arithmetic Operations and Imaginary Numbers and Placement of Zeros on the Y axis ½ Line By James T. Struck BA, BS, AA, MLIS Abstract Riemann Hypothesis raises the query or conjecture if- “The real part of every nontrivial zero of the Riemann zeta function is 1/2.” Cited from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_hypothesis on 1/29/2021 [1] Simple arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, 0 case study, and exponents provide disproof of the Riemann hypothesis or at least counterexamples to the Riemann hypothesis. Bernhard Riemann raised the question if the Riemann zeta function could have an imaginary root. Here we show that imaginary roots are possible, so the Riemann conjecture can be disproved. Discussion 1. Raising the Riemann zeta function to 0 would get 1 outside the critical space and critical line. 2. Dividing by 0 would get undefined which shows zeros do not need to be Real or Imaginary. Further disproof. Roots being real is what Riemann raised in the 1859 article. [2], but roots do not need to be real or imaginary. 3. Subtraction Disproof- subtracting the Riemann zeta function from itself would get 0 outside the critical line 4. Multiplication by 0 would get 0 which is outside the critical line. 5. Dividing the Riemann zeta function into 0 would get 0 outside the critical line at ½. 6. Using zero as an exponent, the Riemann zeta function would get 1 which would be outside the critical line but in the critical space 7. Addition of the negative Riemann zeta function would get 0 which is not on the critical line but in the critical space. 8. Consider the number 0. 0 put in the Riemann zeta function equals infinity not ½. 9. Consider the number infinity, infinity put into the Riemann zeta function is arguably infinity not ½ 10. Consider the number 0 again. The root arguably lies at (0, infinity) not at ½ 11. Consider Imaginary Numbers like imaginary number i “Originally coined in the 17th century by René Descartes [5] as a derogatory term and regarded as fictitious or useless, the concept gained wide acceptance following the work of Leonhard Euler (in the 18th century) and Augustin-Louis Cauchy and Carl Friedrich Gauss (in the early 19th century).” Accessed from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imaginary_number on 10/29/2020. [3] Consider imaginary number i. Place the imaginary number into the Riemann zeta function. 1+ 1/2x + 1/3x + 1/4x …… Zeta function can have imaginary number i placed in the variable x in the equation. The sum is then 1+ 1/2i + 1/3i + 1/4i ….. That is a type of root with imaginary numbers, but not having a real part ½. The real part 1 would be outside the critical line. Zeta function at I can be seen as a root as that is what happens to the function at imaginary numbers. 12. We could just as easily place zeroes on the y axis showing questions about what the truth of the conjecture as which ½ line is being talked about is unclear. If all the previously known zeros are placed on the y axis rather than the x-axis, the Riemann hypothesis is shown unclear due to lack of clarity about the meaning of the ½ line. Conclusion Although many giants of math have looked at the Riemann Conjecture-John Forbes Nash and others, simple arithmetic can be used to provide counterexamples to disprove the conjecture. As Bernhard Riemann described working on the problem as futile, there is nothing wrong with accepting his view and calling the problem or hypothesis disproved by some case studies. [4] Solutions of the Riemann zeta function to equal 0 really do not need to lie on a certain straight line. The Riemann zeta function can have roots that are imaginary and roots that do not lie along the line ½. Riemann hypothesis disproved with the counterexample of Imaginary number i invented in history by people like Descartes, Euler, Cauchy and Friedrich Gauss. References 1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_hypothesis on 1/29/2021 2. On the Number of Prime Numbers less than a Given Quantity. (Ueber die Anzahl der Primzahlen unter einer gegebenen Gr¨osse.) Bernhard Riemann [Monatsberichte der Berliner Akademie, November 1859.] Translated by David R. Wilkins Preliminary Version: December 1998. 3. “Certainly one would wish for a stricter proof here; I have meanwhile temporarily put aside the search for this after some fleeting futile attempts, as it appears unnecessary for the next objective of my investigation.” On the Number of Prime Numbers less than a Given Quantity. (Ueber die Anzahl der Primzahlen unter einer gegebenen Gr¨osse.) Bernhard Riemann [Monatsberichte der Berliner Akademie, November 1859.] Translated by David R. Wilkins Preliminary Version: December 1998,p. 5. 4. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imaginary_number accessed on 10/29/2020 James T. Struck BA, BS, AA, MLIS PO BOX 61 Evanston IL 60204
Directionality, Non Compactness, Non Selfconnectedness and Growth as A Disproof of Poincare Conjecture by James T. STruck BA, BS, AA, MLIS Abstract Let us invent a mountain range pointed in one direction and a valley pointed in another direction. The mountain range could be simply connected and compact but pointed in one direction the valley pointed in a different direction. The Valley and Mountain have different directions which are not homeomorphic to a 3 sphere with no directional pointing. A sphere does not need to be compact as points can grow and be different distances from each other. A manifold can compress to a point which would not be one to one to a 3 sphere. Discussion Directional Pointing of a manifold can be seen as a new disproof of Poincare Conjecture. Point a valley south and then north. The valley in one direction is not the same shape as the valley pointed the other way. Directionality of manifolds can be non homeomorphic to a non directional 3 sphere. A growing 3 sphere would not have its points at the same distance as a simply connected compact manifold. With the 3 sphere showing different distances between points that would not be homeomorphic to a manifold with the same distance between points. Points which are the result of self connectedness are not one to one to 3 spheres. Points are not the same as spheres. A sphere does not need to be compact as points can be different distances from each other, but Poincare asks that manifolds be compact. Therefore Poincare disproved as compact manifolds do not need to be the same as non compact 3 spheres Conclusion Growing 3 spheres do not have the same distance between points as manifolds with the same distance between points. A mountain range pointing in one direction and valley pointed in a different direction are not homeomorphic to a 3 sphere without direction. Directionality of a manifold and growing 3 spheres do not have to be seen as homeomorphic to eachother Poincare can be disproved too. Compactness and simply connected issues also provide disproof. James T. STruck BA, BS, AA, MLIS PO BOX 61 Evanston IL 60204
Riemann Conjecture Disproved-Riemann said "It is very probable that all roots are real." [1] by James T. STruck BA, BS, AA, MLIS Abstract Imaginary numbers can be the root of the Riemann Conjecture Discussion Imaginary numbers can be imaged which can be zeros or roots of the Riemann Conjecture, so the page 4 conjecture of his 1859 article is wrong or faulty. Conclusion Riemann hypothesis can be disproved simply by imagining an imaginary root that is not real. References 1. Page 4 "On the Number of Prime Numbers Less than a Given Quantity" From Monatsberichte der Berliner Akademie November 1859 James T. Struck BA, BS, AA, MLIS PO BOX 61 Evanston IL 60204
Abductive reasoning says that the numerous (thousands to millions to billions to trillions) arguments against the existence of any "god" or "gods" add up to the conclusion of nonexistence. Legal rights and freedoms only apply to real things! This means that no one has religious rights or religious freedoms, by legal doctrine. Ironically, the doctrine relates to the "fruit of the poisonous tree" one. We have education and laws dealing with sanity because sane, rational, constructive, critical thinking is vital. No room for "faithful"/delusional mistaken thinking when real problems are growing out of control. Myriad studies link religiosity to various forms of social malaise. Try to get some 1st Amendment quoting judge to argue that rights/freedoms can be based, without regard to real things, on nonexistent parties, such as a "god" or "gods". Prayer is mathematically impossible. Communication of any sort, from all of history, is known to be only possible at finite/limited distances. All of calculus-related mathematics (and how the modern world has been engineered), requires that finite numbers (such as for distances) and linear infinity (directly implied by any Abrahamic "omnipresent god" that "exists" without a limiting wall/cage of some sort) cannot be equated, only related by transcendental numbers (or linear infinity can be used to find finite limits). "Man created in God's image": by the same thinking, man has a shape, an image, and is finite. The claimed "god" or "gods" from the major (Abrahamic) religions all require that it be omnipresent, without a limiting wall or cage, thus infinite in size/scope. This even more obviously shows an attempt to equate, not relate, finite things to claimed infinite things. Mathematically impossible. "Ultra", from WWII, used broken codes, the element of surprise, and statistics (calculus based) to help win, with Allied troops thence dying both with necessity and needlessly. Truth could have ruined the Germans' faith in the Christian N***s, ending the war much quicker. Insurance companies' bread and butter are calculus-based actuarial tables. Greedy insurance companies and legacy industries have blood on their hands! For example: people should heat their homes and cook with magnetic induction instead of another 80-some years of dangerous natural gas. Danger justifies premiums. And high premiums mean high profit margins. The Russians spent millions of lives fighting the Germans and the Axis powers. Now the Eastern Orthodox Christian Russians sit back and watch Shia Muslim vs. Sunni Muslim wars, terrorism, and many other forms of religious harm. Also: In the waning days of WWII, why couldn't we have fired off warning shots instead of bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki, beforehand? Were we that worried about Japan having nuclear weapons already? Creationism is barred by the solution to the Basel problem and the Riemann Zeta Function provable Law of Conservation of Mass - all closely related to Big Bounce theory and to our basic instinct of "object permanence". Richard Dawkins and "The God Delusion" book. Bill Maher and the "Religulous" documentary. There are books dedicated to exposing the absolutist claims of the Abrahamic religions: claimed omnipotence, omniscience, omnibenevolence, and omnipresence. The internet is rife with valid arguments against any "god" or "gods" including many one-line or one-paragraph plaintive arguments. The Founding Fathers, especially Thomas Jefferson, rightly, roundly ridiculed the many inanities of religions, forging the U.S.A. to get away from the religious wars and their crippling expenses, in Europe. America fearfully reacted to the Nuclear Age with a Red Scare and Christian revivalist crap that has eroded our infrastructure, jailed many innocent people, spread fear and hate to every corner of society, turned the media into wanton liars, drugged the inner cities, contributed to planned obsolescence and unhappiness, created dangerous economic bubbles, turned our budgets into a Ponzi scheme for the military-industrial complex, wasted many resources, directly and indirectly fostered diseases, wars, and starvation throughout the developing world, and persecuted our best and brightest in sadistic and spooky ways. America has illegally silenced about a quarter of itself - the righteously outspoken ones. America has messed around with other countries far more than it's policed anything. America and the world are on a path to horrible ruin for as long as humanity is denied a fundamental understanding of reality. Enslaving lies will be ended, or they'll end humanity as we know it. There must be a carefully thought out, peaceful plan to transition to the truth, considerable costs of closely embracing reality be damned.