... Doesn t that line say it all? But anyway, ... pMessage 1 of 3 , Feb 18, 2007View Source
> I recently read about an attempt at proving something better thanDoesn't that line say it all? But anyway,
> RH by an English professor in 1999.
> Any comments? Bill
> If p = pi(x), v = Li(x), and if it can be shown that p isp < v is of course famously false.
> close to v, and p < v, then the following argument is actually
See, for example, http://numbers.computation.free.fr/Constants/Primes/countingPrimes.html