On the Universal Presence of Mathematics for Incompletely Predictable Problems in Rigorous Proofs for Riemann Hypothesis, Modified Polignac’s and Twin Prime Conjectures

  •  John Y. C. Ting    


We validly ignore even prime number 2. Based on all arbitrarily large number of even Prime gaps 2, 4, 6, 8, 10...; the complete set and its derived subsets of Odd Primes fully comply with the Prime number theorem for Arithmetic Progressions, and our derived Generic Squeeze theorem and Theorem of Divergent-to-Convergent series conversion for Prime numbers. With these conditions being satisfied by all Odd Primes, we argue Polignac's and Twin prime conjectures are proven to be true when they are usefully treated as Incompletely Predictable Problems. In so doing [and with Riemann hypothesis being a special case], this action also support the generalized Riemann hypothesis formulated for Dirichlet L-function. By broadly applying Hodge conjecture, Grothendieck period conjecture and Pi-Circle conjecture to Dirichlet eta function (proxy function for Riemann zeta function), Riemann hypothesis is separately proven to be true when it is usefully treated as Incompletely Predictable Problem. Crucial connections exist between these Incompletely Predictable Problems and Quantum field theory whereby eligible (sub-)functions and (sub-)algorithms are treated as infinite series.

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