▲OFAPPIT Institute of Technology
The Official Home of God Almighty’s Grand Unified Theorem (GAGUT)
Department of Mathematics
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Web site gagutofappit.org
To: All Mathematicians, Scientists and the general Public
From: Professor Henry Gross
GOD ALMIGHTY’S GRAND UNIFIED THEOREM (GAGUT) Gij,j=0 has connected the Atiyah-Singer index theorem with L-functions and a Gauss Theorem as well as the Riemann-Roch Theorem and revealed solution to the Riemann Hypothesis in the process to Professor G. Oyibo. The revealed solution seems to reconcile the results of Professors Hardy and Littlewood with the result of Professors Bombieri and Vinogradov to the results of Professor Pierre Deligne and to all of the other results that we could find on the Riemann Hypothesis. Please find enclosed the briefing we are proposing for Riemann Hypothesis that we would like you and your colleagues to attend and we are inviting you to suggest any of your colleagues whose contributions to the Riemann Hypothesis research have been so outstanding that they should be invited to present a paper. We would appreciate your forwarding this information to all of your faculty members as well as letting us know how many of your faculty members would be attending the briefing. Please don’t hesitate to call us at (631)-242-3069 for registration or if you have any questions.
RIEMANN HYPOTHESIS BRIEFING
Riemann Hypothesis briefing has been planned basically to give a status report regarding the proof or disproof of the Riemann Hypothesis. After 151 years of its existence, the Riemann Hypothesis needs a resolution. Towards that resolution, the proposed Riemann Hypothesis briefing plans to bring together a few experts representing the key dimensions of the Riemann Hypothesis. The briefing is expected to last two days. We at the OFAPPIT Institute of Technology like other Mathematicians are very interested in seeing the resolution to the Riemann Hypothesis. That interest was further heightened in 2005 when Goettingen University, the birthplace of the Riemann Hypothesis, called the attention of Mathematicians globally, to the research work of our university called the GOD ALMIGHTY’S GRAND UNIFIED THEOREM (GAGUT), in honor of Carl Frederick Gauss (see the enclosed or the following link http://gagut5.ning.com/profiles/blogs/gagut-recognized-as-a-greatest). In addition, there have been calls previously by Harvard and MIT professors, students and staff for a briefing on GAGUT (see the enclosed or the following links http://gagut5.ning.com/profiles/blogs/gagut-recognized-as-the-holy and http://gagut5.ning.com/profiles/blogs/gagut-recognized-as-the-holy-1).
The American Institute of Physics had also featured GAGUT books in their publication Physics Today (November 2000, January and July 2003).Gradually the reasons why these big organizations were recognizing the GAGUT development were becoming clearer to us as we were beginning to see the revelations of the solutions to some of the unresolved problems like the Riemann Hypothesis. Our usual procedures after seeing such revelations would include an in house rigorous debate on and scrutiny of the revelations. Our next step would be to brief very critical and hard reviewers like late Professor Paul Garabedian, who would tear the revelations into pieces before we consider presenting the revelations to the larger Mathematics community. We miss Professor Paul Garabedian very deeply and pray that he is seeing the Riemann surfaces with even better clarity in Heaven. Our sorrow is tempered by our consolation that we see those Garabedian no nonsense critique or reviewer characteristics in the persons of Professor Enrico Bombieri, Professor Peter Sarnak, Professor Pierre Deligne and all of the others who we are inviting to participate in this proposed briefing. In addition to the proposed invited speakers, we are requesting the Editors in Chief, the Associate Editors that cover Riemann Hypothesis, along with their three expert reviewers each in the area of Riemann Hypothesis for the following Mathematics journals to participate by helping to review the briefing. The suggested journals are the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, the Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, the Annals of Mathematics , the Journal of the European Mathematical Society, the International Journal of Mathematics Game Theory and Algebra. A special issue of the recent Advances in Mathematics Research Edited by Professor G. Oyibo can also share with these journals the publication of the papers given at this briefing Proposed sponsors for the briefing are:
1)the National Science Foundation (NSF),
2)American Mathematical Society (AMS)
3) Clay Mathematical Institute
4)European Mathematical Society (EMS)
5)Nova Science Publishers
Proposed Briefing date: July/August 2010 or as soon as possible. Proposed Briefing Location: Long Island Sheraton Hauppauge NY USA. Proposed Briefing Attendance: All Mathematicians, Scientists and Public at Large.
The Following Expert Mathematicians on Riemann Hypothesis have been proposed and invited to gives talks and papers on the various dimensions of the Riemann Hypothesis.
1) Professor Enrico Bombieri, of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Princeton University, New Jersey, USA.
Topic: The Bombieri–Vinogradov theorem and how it can substitute for the generalized Riemann Hypothesis.
2)Professor Peter Sarnak, of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Princeton University, New Jersey, USA.
Topic: Strong evidence in favor of and reasonable doubts about Riemann Hypothesis.
3)Professor Jim Carlson, of Department of Mathematics, University of Utah, Utah, USA and President of Clay Mathematics Institute
Topic: The features that helped the Clay Mathematics Research recognize the Riemann Hypothesis as a Clay Millennium problem.
4)Professor Andrew Wiles, of Department of Mathematics, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA.
Topic: The significance of Fermat’s Last Theorem, Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture, and Riemann Hypothesis to Number Theory.
5)Professor George E. Andrews, of Department of Mathematics, Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, USA and President of the American Mathematical Society (AMS)
Topic: Contributions of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) towards the solution of the Riemann Hypothesis.
6)Professor Karatsuba Anatolli Alexeevich, of Department of Mathematics, Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Russia and Russian Academy of Sciences
Topic: Computational challenges in determining the zeros of the Riemann Zeta function.
7)Professor Samuel J. Patterson, of Department of Mathematics, Goettingen University, Germany
Topic: Goettingen University and the Great Mathematicians that contributed to the origin and formulation of the Riemann Hypothesis.
8)Professor Ari Laptev, of Department of Mathematics, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden and President of the European Mathematical Society (EMS)
Topic: Contributions of the European Mathematical Society (EMS) towards the solution of the Riemann Hypothesis.
9)Professor Pierre Deligne, of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Princeton University, New Jersey, USA.
Topic: The proof of the Riemann Hypothesis for varieties over finite fields, a very strong evidence for the Riemann Hypothesis.
10)Professor G. Oyibo, of Department of Mathematics, OFAPPIT Institute of Technology, New York, USA
Topic: GOD ALMIGHTY’S GRAND UNIFIED THEOREM (GAGUT) Gij,j=0 Has
revealed proof and solution to Riemann’s Hypothesis, a Clay Mathematics Millennium Problem.
11) Professor Barry Mazur, of Department of Mathematics, Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA
Topic: Relationships between Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture and Riemann Hypothesis.
12) Professor Grigory Margulis, of Department of Mathematics, Yale University, Connecticut, USA
Topic: The Significance of Riemann Hypothesis when viewed by Number Theorists.
13) Professor Simon Donaldson, of Department of Mathematics, Imperial College, London, England
Topic: Geometry research areas that can use the Riemann Hypothesis.
14) Professor Richard Melrose, of Department of Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts, USA
Topic: The potential future role that can be expected within the field of Differential Equations and Geometry by the Riemann Hypothesis.
15) Professor Yum-Tong Siu, of Department of Mathematics, Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA
Topic: Functions of several complex variables and Riemann hypothesis .
16) Professor Peter W. Jones, of Department of Mathematics, Yale University, Connecticut, USA
Topic: Mathematical Analysis and Riemann Hypothesis
17) Sir Professor Michael Atiyah, of Department of Mathematics, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, England
Topic: The Atiyah-Singer index theorem, via the Riemann-Roch theorem to the zeros of the Zeta Function.
18) Professor Alain Connes, of Department of Mathematics, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, USA, College de France, France and IHES, France
Topic: Non-commutative Geometry and Riemann Hypothesis
19) Invited speakers, other experts and all other Mathematicians
Topic: Rigorous debate, critique and analysis of: “GOD ALMIGHTY’S GRAND UNIFIED THEOREM (GAGUT) Gij,j=0 Has revealed proof and solution to Riemann’s Hypothesis, a Clay Mathematics Millennium Problem by Professor G. Oyibo”
GOD Bless you
Professor Henry Gross, Professor of Mathematics