Oliver Thewalt

    Oliver Thewalt

    Theoretical Physics | Quantum Biology | Dark Matter Research Cluster

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    QCD - Black Hole link via Ramanujans infinity conjecture and Riemanns Zeta

    Yes, this is what I thought: there is a relation between Ramanujan's infinity conjecture and Riemann's Zeta function (stability constraints for matter by distribution of zero values).


    Could this be the Planckian (Schwarzschild Horizon (BH-particle)) offset to energy? 




     Srinivasa Ramanujan, (22 Dec 1887 - 26 April 1920), The Man Who Taught Infinity

    "The limitations of his knowledge were as startling as its profundity. Here was a man who could work out modular equations, and theorems of complex multiplication, to orders unheard of, whose mastery of continued fractions was, on the formal side at any rate, beyond that of any mathematician in the world … It was impossible to ask such a man to submit to systematic instruction, to try to learn mathematics from the beginning once more."

    Text/Extract: The Genius of Srinivasa Ramanjunan, by Bela Bollobas, from The Conversation UK.

    This proves that mathematicians are  wrong:  when for z= -1  (Zeta) -1/12 = infinity, this sets a photonic energy/matter threshold mediation.


    Photon: inertial to space-time transport (matter/antimatter offset to quarks) in a geometric fractal density matrix (Planck, quanta).



    "The sum of all positive integers can be thought of as being equal to –1/12"


    via Stephen Wolfram's Blog


    This is the "granularity" of a quantum threshold (dimension) in view to the absolute zero (rethink Renormalization and QCD: Bjorken Scaling (Hadrons)).




    Srinivasa Ramanujan (middle) with fellow scientists at Cambridge / The Conversation


    Now it becomes obvious what I said to this guy from South Korea and Abhas Mitra: the Black Hole - QCD link ... also Dark Matter ......

    bye bye MOND, welcome unused and uncharged fermions in the Higgs Field, (thanks Michael Balmer)


    Ramanujan: Making sense of 1+2+3+... = -1/12 and Co.