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In New Mathematics, Riemann Hypothesis is Mistake

Authors: Toshiro Takami

In classical mathematics there will be a complete zero.\\ But in new mathematics there is no perfect zero. At the same time, there is no perfect 1/2 in new mathematics.\\ Hence, Riemann hypothesis is false.\\ In new mathematics, there is no perfect 1 or 2.\\ They are 1 or 2 as close as possible to 1 or 2, and not 1 or 2.\\ I think we should break away from classical mathematics and think about new mathematics.\\ These can be said from quantum mechanics.\\ New mathematics doesn't have perfect zero, 1/2, 1, 2 and so on.\\ There are only numbers close to zero, 1/2, 1, and 2.\\ 1/2 is 0.499999999..... or 0.5000000000.....\\ A perfect 1/2 cannot exist.\\

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