CMI

CMI – Clay Mathematics Institute
           dedicated to increasing and disseminating mathematical knowledge

CMI grew out of the longstanding belief of its founder, Mr. Landon T. Clay, in the value of mathematical knowledge and its centrality to human progress, culture, and intellectual life.
Discussions over some years with Professor Arthur Jaffe helped shape Mr. Clay’s ideas of how the advancement of mathematics could best be supported. These discussions resulted in the incorporation of the Institute on September 25, 1998, under Professor Jaffe’s leadership.

The primary objectives and purposes of the Clay Mathematics Institute are
  “to increase and disseminate mathematical knowledge;
   to educate mathematicians and other scientists about new discoveries in the field of  mathematics;
   to encourage gifted students to pursue mathematical careers; and
   to recognize extraordinary achievements and advances in mathematical research.

CMI seeks to “further the beauty, power and universality of mathematical thinking.”
CMI  is located in Oxford, OX2 6GG, UK  &  Peterborough, NH, 03458, USA,     www.claymath.org

Two submenu’s
My discovery of CMI- Clays Mathematics Institute and their seven carefully selected MPP – Millennium Prize Problems to celebrate the arrival of the third millennium, are confirming the practicality of  separating Nature’sAll Unifying Theory –  AuTheoN” in two parts.

Part I starts with the identification of a point of no thing showing Nature’s oer-conditions leading to the construction of the Universe, all based on no thing, that is before the beginning of the creation of some thing out of no thing…
Submenu CMI – 1 presents the solution of the “Zeta- hypothesis” of the German mathematician Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann [1826 -1866CE] as presented in the year when he succeeded Peter Gustav L. Dirichlet [1805-1859CE] as Head of the Mathematic Department of the Göttingen University, who succeeded the great geodesist and mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss [1777-1855CE] who happened to be Riemann’s professor.

Part II  shows how continuing the logistic order of Nature’s logic is leading to the disclosure of the third oerdimension and Nature’s cycle of creation of “some thing out of no thing”: the eight octoquants.
Submenu CMI – 2 presents the solution of another CMI – MPProblem, the “Yang-Mills Theorem of missing mass in Universe”. iiT , showing how Nature’s AllUnifyingTheory -AuTheoN is based on Synchro- Super-Symmetry to the very special Ð0– point of no thing, the Oersprong of All, hence no mass nor some thing is missing…   

The original MPP- descriptions, and conditions can be found at  http://www.claymath.org/.

As sole author of Nature’s “All Unifying Theory – AuTheoN  I herewith claim the solution of two CMI- Millennium Prize Problems: 
                                      Riemann’s  Zeta Hypothesis of 1859CE and 
                                      Yang-Mills Hypothesis of Missing mass