From: Ben Goertzel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Oct 23 2004 - 06:27:40 MDT
I believe I know how to define quantum chaos; see Section 3 of
[which is an intuitive discussion -- I have not worked out all the math by
However, I do not understand the relationship between this and the Riemann
-- Ben G
p.s. If someone wants to rule this off-topic for SL4, I don't mind
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> Subject: A funding suggestion: Solve The Riemann hypothesis ;)
> There's a prize of $1 million. In addition the fame
> would ensure that you'd never lack for funding ever
> again. That's the strategy I'm following ;) It is
> really any more crazy than anything else suggested on
> The Riemann hypothesis *might* just be amenable to a
> statistical Bayesian argument. Here are the steps I
> think are needed for a solution:
> *Find a way of defining quantum chaos
> *Find a solution to the statistics behind the card
> game Klondike
> Combine the two and you'll get the solution to
> Riemann. Any takers?
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