A friend sent me a proposed proof of a famous unsolved maths problem — so why haven’t I read it?
Junaid Mubeen
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I recently thought i found out that if you plot the primes on the imaginary axis along with an incremenental count in the number line, that the Count to the power of 1 divided by the length of the resulting vector converges to 0.5 * i pi.

Given the role of the i axis at 0.5 in the riemann zeta function, I got quite excited and had an ec2 cluster spinning Up to calculate.

I’m still not really sure about this, but I think it’s not converging at all but starts to really slow down at 3.05.

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