In a recent article by BBM in Physical Review Letters highlights another approach to link QM to Zeta to Prove R.H. There approach proved unsuccessful. I want to ask(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); professional Physicistsif the following new approach have merit in connecting the Zeta function to QM? This new line of attack is interpreting the wave graph of ζ(½+it) of Zeta as a wave function. Those wave curves in the graph of ζ(½+it) could be describing the atomic nuclei the Eigenvalue(nontrivial zeros) are related to. It is a new Complex version of the Parity Operator and it is Hermitian. It's eigenvalues can mirror the nontrivial zeros of Zeta. Could this wave function interpretation of ζ(½+it) be the new approach in proving Riemann Hypothesis using Physics? The jpeg attachments are visual representations of this new line of attack for proving RH.

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# Can Zeta ζ(½+it) be interpreted as a Wave function?

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