## Riemann Hypothesis Solved Through Physics-Math In New Cosmological Model: The Double Torus Hypothesis.

**Authors:** Dan Visser

The Double Torus Hypothesis is a newly proposed cosmological model. It reaches further than quantum-dynamics. It are ‘sub-quantum dynamics’ in the Double Torus, which show how new insights lead to the solution of the Riemann hypothesis. The secret is the existence of the continuous recalculation by two additional time-clocks from below the Planck-scale. Several of my papers describe this additional time in a new dark energy-force formula. This formula shows that a quantum-Newton-force and a sub-quantum dark matter-space-force perform extreme small accelerations that function as the exponent of the number ‘e’, where it enables sub-quantum-vacuum to expand or contract. The clue to the solution of the Riemann hypothesis is, that these physics sub-quantum-accelerations connect with ’π’ for surfaces below the elementary quantum-surface. I show how the famous Euler-formula e^iπ +1=0 is related to that process and I also show this Euler-formula can be related to the Riemann hypothesis by expressing the prime-numbers in the inverse Riemann hypothesis. I relate that configuration to the divided structure of an elementary quantum-surface. This leads to a configuration that solves the Riemann hypothesis. So, now is the moment to announce how I did that. I realize this might be experienced as shocking, because I am an outsider: I’m an independent cosmologist. Hopefully my solution awards me with the 1 million USD-price by the Clay Mathematics Institute (this dated pdf-file has been send to the Clay Mathematics Institute).

**Comments:** 20 Pages. A copy has been send to the Clay Mathematics Institute.

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[v1] 2013-08-06 07:04:55

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