No zeta zero is off the critical line.
Riemann Hypothesis is false if and only if A, B and C are coplanar.
A and B are geometrical objects directly related to (supposed symmetric distinct) zeta roots and C is derived from A and B.
The proof shows that A, B and C are linearly independent, so not coplanar.
Comments: Pages. Correction to first version (v1) is to replace COS with SIN in the third vector, marked as (3). As to other analytic version(s), take note that COS is equivalent to I.
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