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    The question seems to attract a huge number of low-quality answers (counting things that were deleted as spam, I count 6 worthless answers). I also rather doubt that anything genuinely new is going to show up. Let's put it out of its misery.
    • CommentAuthorHJRW
    • CommentTimeDec 14th 2012

    It's closed now.

    • CommentAuthorzeraoulia
    • CommentTimeDec 15th 2012
    Can you see my solution at:

    Certainly this is a fine solution. Please let me know about your opinion on it.

    Well, if you're certain it's fine, zeraoulia, then what need do you have of the opinions of others?

    (Do others think this thread could be closed now?)

    • CommentAuthorYemon Choi
    • CommentTimeDec 15th 2012 edited

    Let me just note that page 6 of the arXiv link indicates to me that zeraoulia is this user who used to have a more honest or descriptive user profile IIRC. There was a deleted question about the arguments of complex numbers which seems to render all the questions about L-functions etc somewhat beside the point. Cf. also this question

    And yes, I think this thread should be closed.

    • CommentAuthorquid
    • CommentTimeDec 15th 2012 edited

    @Yemon Choi: I do not think zeraoulia wanted to actively obfuscated the connection to user RH; the other thread is essentially a repost of a comment on main (to me) in the question this thread is about. (Added: the respective answer got delted via flags so it is not generally visible anymore.)

    • CommentAuthorvoloch
    • CommentTimeDec 15th 2012
    I think zeraoulia and RH posts border on spam, even more so if they are the same user.
    I agree with voloch.

    In case zeraoulia is still here: people are welcome to have multiple accounts on MathOverflow, as long as those accounts never interact, and in particular never vote for each other or correspond on the same question. Please be careful! Further, anonymous users should not expect to receive the benefit of doubt in borderline cases, making me sympathetic to voloch's suggestion that having used multiple accounts makes each individual post more readily considered spam.


    (Also, posting on vixra and in the general mathematics tag on the arxiv are bad ways to establish credibility.)