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marraco October 9, 2006 19:14

navier-stokes solved?
Close doors.

Penny Smith claims that have solved the Navier-Stokes equations.

can be true?

diaw October 9, 2006 23:20

Re: navier-stokes solved?
It seems her paper has been withdrawn...

Hurricane October 10, 2006 04:53

Re: navier-stokes solved?
Well, Here is the link to her personal web page:

An another link:

diaw October 10, 2006 08:33

Re: navier-stokes solved?
Thanks for those links.

I'm disappointed to see how incredibly cruel & biting some of the blog-writers are. Seem like some very nasty folks in science. Very unpleasant.

Alexandr Kozachok February 18, 2008 08:30

Re: navier-stokes solved?

Kozachok A.A., Kiev, Ukraine

Formulated by Clay Mathematics Institute the sixth Millennium Problems about existence and smoothness of solutions of the Navier â€" Stokes equations periodically was discussed at numerous forums ( ). On recognition of some commentators the complete presentation of problem's solution can demand about thousand pages for mathematical formulas ( ). The author of Official Problem Descriptionâ€"Charles Fefferman has set the task about demonstration of existence and smoothness of the solution, instead of solution's obtaining. However, the Navier-Stokes equations can be reduced correctly to more simple classical equations of mathematical physics . The problem of an existence proof of solutions of such equations is not so actual. Conversion of the Navier-Stokes equations to more simple equations has actually removed a problem of an existence proof and smoothness of their solution. It is possible to use known effects about properties of harmonic functions or representation of the common decision of the Laplace equation (, the link « Manual, p.1 », p. 58 ). More in detail on a site, the link "Russian pages", "Sixth Millennium Problems (NAVIER-STOKES equations) is solvable by classical methods (in Russian)".

Yours faithfully, Alexandr Kozachok

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