[time 972] Re: [time 969] Sharpened form of Riemann hypothesis and TGD

Stephen P. King (stephenk1@home.com)
Wed, 03 Nov 1999 11:55:03 -0500

Dear Matti,

        I am reading and thinking hard about the implications of this idea! I
am very interested in the relationship that you see between
supersymmetry and the algebraic identity. I have a couple of questions:
1) Are the p-adic number fields well-orderable, e.g. can we define a
unique > or < relation between pairs of p-adic numbers within the p-adic
number fields?
2) Are the p-adic number fields themselves well-orderable?



Matti Pitkanen wrote:
> Dear Stephen and all,
> I have worked with the sharpened form of Riemann hypothesis
> stating that the phase factors p^(iy) are Pythagorean
> (complex rational) phases for all primes p when y corresponds
> to zero z=1/2+iy of Riemann zeta.
> The sharpened hypothesis allows various interpretations: for instance,
> the matrix elements of the time development operator
> U(t) for arithmetic quantum field theories are
> Pythagorean phases when *time t is quantized* such
> that z=1/2+it corresponds to zero of Riemann zeta!
> For these values of time time development operator
> of arithmetic QFT would allow p-adicization by
> phase preserving canonical identification.
> I attach the tex file.
> Best,
> MP
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> Name: sRiemann.tex
> sRiemann.tex Type: IBM techexplorer TeX files (APPLICATION/x-tex)
> Encoding: BASE64

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