A disproof of the Riemann hypothesis by finding a solution that satisfies the conditions of Salem's equation

This research deals with an conjecture equivalent to the Riemann hypothesis: ”There is no non-trivial, bounded solution to a particular integral equation under a particular condition.” By showing the existence of counterexamples of possible propositions, it is shown that there is a non-trivial zero of the Riemann zeta function whose real part is not equal to 1/2.
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