Tag: IUTeich

  • G+ recovery 5 : #IUTeich (3)

    The final part, starting with a reaction of Mochizuki himself on my previous IUTeich-posts. July 7th, 2013 Mochizuki update While i’ve been away from G+, someone emailed Mochizuki my last post on the problem i have with Frobenioids1. He was kind enough to forward ┬áme M’s reply: “There is absolutely nothing difficult or subtle going […]

  • G+ recovery 4 : #IUTeich (2)

    Here’s batch 2 of my old google+ posts on ‘Inter Universal Teichmuller theory’, or rather on the number theoretic examples of Frobenioids. June 5th, 2013 Mochizuki’s categorical prime number sieve And now for the interesting part of Frobenioids1: after replacing a bunch of arithmetic schemes and maps between them by a huge category, we will…

  • G+ recovery 3 : #IUTeich (1)

    Perhaps the ‘hottest’ topic I got involved with on Google+ was Mochizuki’s (claimed) proof of the ABC-conjecture. Rereading these posts in chronological order shows my changing attitude to this topic, from early skepticism, over attempts to understand at least one pre-IUTeich paper (Frobenioids 1) to a level of belief, to … resignation. Here’s the first…

  • Je (ne) suis (pas) Mochizuki

    Apologies to Joachim Roncin, the guy who invented the slogan “Je suis Charlie”, for this silly abuse of his logo: I had hoped the G+ post below of end december would have been the last I had to say on this (non)issue: (btw. embedded G+-post below, not visible in feeds) A quick recap : –…