### Riemann Rave II

It may take a while to read through Gregory Moore's work on Arithmetic and Attractors, but it looks very interesting. He also has another paper on black hole entropy with S. D. Miller, who has a handy page on L-functions and apparently a keen interest in the Riemann zeroes.

Note that this work is from a string theory perspective and so does not consider, for example, a varying speed of light or an $\hbar \rightarrow 0$ which appears both as a cosmological horizon constraint in Riofrio's cosmology and also in the semiclassical analysis of random matrix ensembles done by Snaith and Keating.

Note that this work is from a string theory perspective and so does not consider, for example, a varying speed of light or an $\hbar \rightarrow 0$ which appears both as a cosmological horizon constraint in Riofrio's cosmology and also in the semiclassical analysis of random matrix ensembles done by Snaith and Keating.

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