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**New Theories / Re: What makes Riemann's Hypothesis Hard to Prove?**

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https://www.wolframalpha.com/input?i=plot+re%28log%28%28zeta%28x%2B2.0021169954+pi+i%29%29+%2F+%28Zeta%281-x%2B2.0021169954+pi+i%29%29%29%29+%2B%281%2F236.31+%28x-0.5%29%5E3%29+%2Bi%2F30400%28x%29%28x-0.5%29%5E3%28x-1%29from+-0+to+1

When the S function at inflection point is "corrected" using a cubic equation, there's still a quintic equation "residue".

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input?i=plot+re%28log%28%28zeta%28x%2B2.0021169954+pi+i%29%29+%2F+%28Zeta%281-x%2B2.0021169954+pi+i%29%29%29%29+%2B%281%2F236.31+%28x-0.5%29%5E3%29+-1%2F30400%28x%29%28x-0.5%29%5E3%28x-1%29from+-0.01+to+1.01

Even when both corrections are applied, there's still some residue.

When the S function at inflection point is "corrected" using a cubic equation, there's still a quintic equation "residue".

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input?i=plot+re%28log%28%28zeta%28x%2B2.0021169954+pi+i%29%29+%2F+%28Zeta%281-x%2B2.0021169954+pi+i%29%29%29%29+%2B%281%2F236.31+%28x-0.5%29%5E3%29+-1%2F30400%28x%29%28x-0.5%29%5E3%28x-1%29from+-0.01+to+1.01

Even when both corrections are applied, there's still some residue.