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Which is the next most likely millenium prize problem to be solved?

>> No.12372208

>>12372195
navier stokes

>> No.12372223

>>12372195
Reiman hypothesis

>> No.12372350

The number theory one because autism

>> No.12372371

Probably not P vs NP

>> No.12372378

>>12372195
Navier-Stokes
Mobody serious is even trying on most of the other ones right now. Stuff like RH and P/NP are so far out of reach that you can't really even work on them yet. Even if nobody has the balls to say "I'm directly attempting to solve it" there's lots of ongoing research directly related to Navier-Stokes.

>> No.12372407

>>12372195
What the chance that any of them can't be solved due to Gödel's incompleteness theorems?

>> No.12372420

>>12372407
there is a chance, but proving that it's undecidable is as good as a proof.

>> No.12372429

>>12372407
Extremely unlikely. Gödel is an interesting mental exercise but almost certainly has no effect on any theories we want to prove in the real world.

>> No.12372470

>>12372195
The one I eventually decide to set my mind to.

>> No.12372480

>>12372407
Proving that would be solving it.

>> No.12372487

>>12372470
Ok then can you tell me which one you're going to do because I don't want to end up doing the same one?
All of them interest me expect RH and YM.

>> No.12372559

Why you guys posting RH? RH has already been solved.

>> No.12372799

>>12372407
If godel gets in the way we can just invent new axioms

>> No.12372812
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12372812

>>12372195
my boy motizuki is going to drop something hot soon

>> No.12372876

>>12372812
i want to see her get cummed on and slapped around a bit

>> No.12372878

Why no one talks about yang-mills?

>> No.12373109

>>12372429
>What is Independent of ZFC

>> No.12373132

>>12372195
from your pic, i think poincare is most likely to be solved first :) hope this helps

>> No.12373239

>>12372878
Because it's not interesting.

>> No.12373756

>>12372559
>RH has already been solved.
No

>> No.12373798

>>12372223
Already solved

>> No.12373801

>>12372429
>Gödel is an interesting mental exercise but almost certainly has no effect on any theories we want to prove in the real world.
Do you have any reason for believing so?

>> No.12373814

>>12373798
you are supposed to take em every day tooker.

>> No.12374656

>>12372429
You gotta be memeing

>> No.12374761

>>12373239
It is, it is clear it needs basically a new field of math

>> No.12374838

>>12372559
Yeah, no.

>> No.12374871

>>12372195
P vs. NP will require an extremely creative proof just as Godel's Incompleteness Theorem and Turing's solution to the decision problem were ridiculously creative. Those solutions were so novel that I think that, even if someone finds an answer for P vs NP, it will probably not see the light of day with the current system of peer-review.

>> No.12375120

>>12372371
watch me

>> No.12377041

>>12372195

Typical sci thread - RH, P/NP, Navier Stokes and YM - because they are the only ones where fagots vaguely understand the question. Poor Birch Swinnerton-Dyer and Hodge never get a look in.

>> No.12377406

>>12374871
Uh, itll just get posted on he arxiv like everything else.

>> No.12377422

Honestly, BSD and NS are probably next.
Both have a number of people slowly getting closer.
PvNP is hard to gauge because complexity theory still feels like its in its infancy.
Hodge and RH are so far out of reach its kinda amazing that we can state them and theyre likely true.
YM feels like its gonna end up a dead problem because its too vague to admit a definitive solution. Look at hilberts problems, lots of them are just “too vague”.

>> No.12377543

>>12372195
P/NP, currently working on a solution using linear bounded automata and number theory. >>12374871 is right, my approach is definitely novel, and pulls a lot from formal language theory. I'm very busy rn with school, but I will be devoting my whole 5 ish weeks of winter break to the problem. I should have something well written and researched beginning of next year.

>> No.12377572

>>12373814
This shits hillarious

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