Yesterday I tweeted a link to a web page that produces instant drabbles. (Don’t ask.) There should be a similar page for instant math papers, I thought. We could all use an extra paper or two when we apply for a grant, come up for promotion, or (shudder) go on the job market. In response, Ahavajora suggested this link. So, I tried it. Here’s my brand new instant math paper:
ANNALS OF WACKY MATH PRESENTS:
A proof of the Kakeya geometric Theorem (from the point of view of multiplier theory)
Let (R,m,k) be a Fourier bilinear ring. Then R is harmonic if and only if the restriction of R over k coincides with that of m/m2 (considered as a estimate space over k; see (0.3), for a prior appearance of this space.)
Proof. The proof is left as an exercise to the conjecture. ☐
1.2 Theorem (Besicovitch, 1970)
Any ring which is critical is also locally difficult.
Proof. In particular, (1.1) shows that the associated solved ring of R, with the m-adic citation, is intrinsic to k[X1, . . . ,Xd], and is therefore a exponent. By Lebesgue’s theorem, we may apply (0.10). The result follows dimensionally. ☐
The Riemann ring is the best example of such a ring.
This research was calculated thanks to YSKFA Grant 1000000000.
Now, where do you think I should submit this groundbreaking work?