Authors: Toshiro Takami
I discovered “mirror effect" of the Riemann zeta function on the critical line. I investigated with many non-trivial zeros, the Riemann zeta function has a mirror image of about axis 1/2. I named it, “mirror effect". On non-trivial zero imaginary values, it is possible that one zero on the real value 1/2 or two with the real value 1/2 symmetrical may exist, but there is no possibility of the latter. Because “mirror effect" consist. That is, on the non-trivial zero imaginary values, the real value 1/2 becomes the lowest absolute value which equal to zero, and the absolute real and imaginary value larger as it gets farther from the real value 1/2. So, on non-trivial zero imaginary values, two with the real value 1/2 symmetrical can not exist, I conclude.
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