Clay Math Navier-Stokes solved, checked also by

by Jorma Jormakk
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The Clay Math. Navier-Stokes problem is solved in the peer-reviewed journal paper Electron. J. Diff. Equ. vol 2010(2010), No. 93., pp. 1-14.
A group of students in tried to break the proof:
but did not succeed. As it stays, the problem, as it is formulated by the Clay Math, is solved. Notably Theorem 3 in the article proves Statement D of Clay Math proble formulation.
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