Hi, I'm Yr 13 and just wanted to do some further reading/exploring. So i understand that the zeta function is something to do with summing up like this: 1/ (1^s) + 1/(2^s) etc etc Now, I just want to know what are non-trivial zeros and trivial zeros? I just want to be able to understand this concept. And that graph where all non-trivial zeros lie on the x=1/2 line. How is that graph plotted? Btw, im only Yr 13, so layman terms please >__> Thanks! PS: Also, IF EVER one zero was found OFF of the critical line...would the e-commerce community collapse? Coz I heard that many companies use prime numbers to construct the encryption of their security. Or is that just the RSA Number Challenge? Hmm not so sure.