team four, a secret. lol.
That is some real life Foundation s**t right there.
The world is going to go to s**t and team four is going to come out from hiding, from under our noses, and present a proof of Reiman’s hypothesis. And then we can all die peacefully, knowing that the human experiment was not complete failure.
A proof of the Riemann Hypothesis on the horizon.


The 4th team, Conrad and Masullo, seem to have some serious work up their sleeves. This is mainly the PhD thesis of Alessandro Masullo, with Brian Conrad as his advisor. Conrad is highly respected. They have not released their papers yet so people in the filed are not able to assess the significance of their work.
Wow @ how much y’all know impressed math person (all 4 “teams” haven’t a chance)

My (limited) understanding is that Connes is not at all close.
Garrett's notes do not make him appear to be in the vicinity of a solution at all, though the work is independently interesting.
I can't decipher Bhatt's handwriting, but I feel if he were close to the solution of the RH I would have heard about it.
In conclusion: the OP is full of s**t.So you are a math prof since you would expect to have heard about it if he was close to a solution? I am just wondering how many math profs there are actually hanging around here since math job market rumors doesn’t exist.

At his website, Masullo says he will not release the manuscripts until he finish PhD defense. Well, he has actually defended his thesis in June. Still, no manuscripts available. Only titles of papers. This could very well be just another empty claim.
How do you know he defended in June?

Someone got their email removed from the directory... I wonder why?
https://mathematics.stanford.edu/people/graduatestudents/> wake up
> drink coffee, start making breakfast
> start thinking about a better proof of Lemma 37.13
> get stuck, decide to check email while waiting on breakfast
> why the f**k are there 379 emails asking me about my real analysis grade? 
This seems unplausible. Maybe he was too optimistic in wanting to graduate in 4 years with such big work in progress that after discussion with Conrad he decided to take a 5th year to write up his results. He probably needs it, given that he announced a bunch of upcoming preprints on his website that haven't appeared yet.
https://alessandromariamas.wixsite.com/alessandromaria/research
He has graduated. He is now a researcher at Stanford, thus no longer has contact info in the Graduate Student directory.
Someone got their email removed from the directory... I wonder why?
https://mathematics.stanford.edu/people/graduatestudents/