This preface is edited last, after a long journey, starting in 2010 until today (2017) during the time this homepage has been developped. The journey is still going on, but the main pillars and their underlying open questions, challenges and solutions are established now.

The term “journey” already indicates, why the communication about ist outcome is like it is, and why there are no published, reviewed papers following standard processes in academic world per identified problem.

The considered problem areas are currently seen as either purely mathematical (e.g. RH) or physical problems (quantum field vs. gravity field equations) or, in case of the RH, there are also implicit physical problems affected (e.g. Berry conjecture). The motivation and energy to run through this journey was and is primarily to contribute as much as possible to all those subject areas at that Moment in time, when the one or the other idea popped up, and not to own something in order to follow promising career paths in academic world. The driving force to travel this way is about “amazement” and “pursuit of new”.

Looking backwards this approach basically ended up with a single common mathematical model with appropriate terms, definitions and axioms. However, the relationship of those “ideal” mathematical objects to observed physical phenomena is affecting still open, valid philosophical questions, as e.g. addressed in

B. Russel, The Problems of Philosophy, Oxford university Press, Oxford, 1912

Putting the journey as the objective and not the gathering and “owning” a list of deliverables/papers is a purely personal thing. Nevertheless, there is a famous book related to this different way looking at it, which might be interested to the one or other visitor of this homepage:

E. Fromm, To Have or to Be, Harper & Row, New York, 1976