Number Theory

   

Riemann Hypothesis Resolution Using Nash Equilibrium to Find the Best Location of Non-Trivial Zeros and Discovering the Locality-at-a Distance (Bell's Theorem) in Mathematical Field

Authors: Pankaj Mani

The established concepts here in my work here will reveal entirely a new aspect about the entire physical envelope of mathematics itself , hence raising a revolutionary question in the minds of all of us that how far mathematics is truly capable of representing/describing different physical phenomenon/scenarios. This paper will change the fundamental way mathematicians have been looking at mathematics so far in history and its extremely mysterious relationship with physics and thus clarify that why it resisted the elementary methods of mathematics in past . and the most important thing is that to comprehend this paper sense fully individual imagination of reader is extremely crucia.l It will show that how even 'points in mathematical space' are also aware of John Bell's theorem( that two separated points on the piece of paper are inter-linked a nd wellinformed about each other and hence leaving no chance for breaking symmetry of pattern and non-singularity in Nature.

Comments: 32 pages.

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[v1] 1 May 2011

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