Gauss, Riemann, Hardy, and Hilbert would have been proud of us. Amen!

The central ideas behind the proof of the Riemann Hypothesis are deceptively **simple**. The proof depends on the very important **Harmonic Series** and the following important fact.

For every positive integer, n > 1, there exists a prime number, p, that divides n such that either or .

Those two key ideas lead eventually to a valid proof of the Riemann Hypothesis. However, the final proof of the Riemann Hypothesis requires some hard work and some important results of Gauss, Riemann, Hardy, and others. 🙂

**Relevant Reference Links**:

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/300068776_Proof_of_Riemann_Hypothesis;

Proof of Riemann Hypothesis;

Why is the RH optimum?

Randomness can be a useful tool for solving problems.

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I am currently a science researcher at researchgate.net (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/David_Cole29).
My interests include number theory, mathematical analysis, and energy theory (physics)...
And we (Cole, Montgomery, Lagarias, Odlyzko, Hardy, Riemann, Gauss, and other mathematicians) proved the Riemann Hypothesis! 🙂
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