Transcendental Zeta Function

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The transcendental zeta function is a zeta function that is made from two divergence sub-functions. The fascinating part of the transcendental zeta function is the difference of two infinite values gives a finite value. (Re(s) > 0, s≠1) . 

Notice the symmetry of this function (Re(S)=Re(1-S) => Re(S) =1/2). This new function helps us understand Riemann’s thought process and why he proposed his famous hypothesis. We believe this new zeta function proves the Riemann Hypothesis (See Riemann’s last Theorem article for detail).

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See below for the proof of the above function. Also, see the ABC Zeta Function for a second proof of this amazing function. (See Riemann's Last Theorem article for detail).    

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