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Thanks for this article, very well explained (still don't get 100% about Z function's meaning).

What's the real challenge?

A) to prove that all roots of Z fall in Real = 1/2, or

B) to prove that there exist an infinite set of harmonics, each containing the previous ones, that contains all the primes, the bigger the harmonic lenght, the bigger the accuracy?

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