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tommy's new conjecture/theorem/idea (2022) ??
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Analytic tetration functions that grow at modest speed in the imaginary direction and are analytic when re(z) > 1 and erf(z) is small ;  are uniquely determined by the points that reach integer values.

This insight came from the gaussian method.

more later

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tommy1729
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