What will happen if a mathmatician have prove that 99.999....% of the solution stay on the critical line and receive the prize but after that another mathmatician find finite numbers of interesting ...
Works done: After fruitlessly poring over books on zeta functions, it seems Freeman Dyson's sotto voce nudge to classify generalized one-dimensional quasicrystals is a way to go. As he writes: ...
If a solution was found to the Riemann Hypothesis, would it have any effect on the security of things such as RSA protection? Would it make cracking large numbers easier?
I've read so much about it but none of it makes a lot of sense. Also, what's so unsolvable about it?