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September 21st, 2018, 05:55 PM   #11
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Haha...missed it on the first scan... - pretty sparse article.
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I didn't have much luck trying to find these 'remarkable claims'. Anyone know what this is referring to?
In the past couple of years, he's given a proof that $S^6$ admits no complex structure, and a very short proof of Feit-Thompson. The consensus seems to be that neither attempt holds up.
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A required format for presentations of this magnitude and significance should be that ALL Axioms, A1,A2..., definitions, D1,D2,.... , and assumed Theorems T1,T2.. be listed first, and every deduction refer to them.

Deductions would also be listed throughout the paper P1,P2,P3,.. and subsequent deductions would reference previous deductions where relevant. These would also appear at the beginning in the form, for example:
P1, D3, A5, T2
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P10, D5, A3, P7
P11, P3
P12, D2,D7,T4,T10
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In this way a proof schema would be established for the entire paper which could be systematically checked by numerous people, and points of disagreement could be identified and adjudicated.

Such a proof schema is known as zylo's proof schema.
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such a proof schema is known as zylo's proof schema.
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If I were editor of a math journal, I wouldn't accept a paper, much less read one, not in zylo's format (proof schema).
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Such a proof schema is known as zylo's proof schema.
There's two ways of looking at this:
  1. this is how papers are written, with most papers basically saying "we start from where $x$ and $y$ left off"; or
  2. almost nobody would be able to write any paper at all because of the difficulty and verbosity of starting from ZFC and getting to, for example, Cálculus.
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Looks like the event will be streamed live on the Heidelberg forum site: https://www.heidelberg-laureate-forum.org/event_2018/, in case anyone wants to watch..
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I wonder what odds are available on a flaw being spotted on the same day as the talk.
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I wonder what odds are available on a flaw being spotted on the same day as the talk.
What do you think?
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I proved RH more that year ago, it is in my arxiv,
https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.03827
up to some corrections in calculus ((almost) final version appear tomorrow) it is right proof. I proved the convexity of the square of modulus of zeta function on critical trip. Mr Atiyah many times appear in the in the pictures google search "Blinovsky proved Riemann hypothesis". What will be next - if his proof is wrong (I dot check it) - nothing - if it is also valid - started philosophy that Newton stands on the shoulder of Gians, or something else. Even if I "win", I will not be O, but I will be happy to live next 25 years with my wife Blinovsky Vladimir
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