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Q: Is this proposed solution to the Riemann Hypothesis problem correct?

Lucifer Morningstarhttps://figshare.com/articles/preprint/A_Proof_Of_The_Riemann_Hypothesis/20452449 So I came across this post on reddit and nobody seemed to have the knowledge to deem whether it was nonsense or not.

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Q: Proof-verification request: On the equation $\gcd(n^2,\sigma(n^2)) = D(n^2)/s(q^k)$ where $q^k n^2$ is an odd perfect number with special prime $q$

JOSE ARNALDO BEBITA DRIS(Preamble: This question is an offshoot of this earlier post.) In what follows, denote the classical sum of divisors of the positive integer $x$ by $\sigma(x)=\sigma_1(x)$, the deficiency of $x$ by $D(x)=2x-\sigma(x)$, and the aliquot sum of $x$ by $s(x)=\sigma(x)-x$. Let $m = q^k n^2$ be an odd ...

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@Feeds Seems that this author is extremely interested in odd perfect numbers and seems to have a hope that one example can be found despite the indications that there is probably none.
@Feeds Seems that such "proofs" occur over and over again.
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Q: Voronin's universality theorem and the Riemann hypothesis

Bruno KramsI've recently read about Voronin's universality theorem (see e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeta_function_universality). It is said that this result extends to other kinds of zeta functions. Now I'm wondering if this universality property is in any way related to the Riemann hypothesis. What ...

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CD Close/Del This question is a table lookup that is easily answered by googling it. It's unfortunate we don't have a LMGTFY to use as an abstract dupe target (or do we?)

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