However, I concede that you have actual academic experience, so I'll give you a chance: if you can get a paper accepted in Physical Review *D*, the one that deals with cosmology, I'll start taking you seriously.

I wouldn't be so fast. While the name does indeed match, and I'm more inclined to believe that he has some form of academic experience now, some things don't add up:

1. The email addresses he uses in his viXra publications are different from the academic one given in the CV.

2. The CV doesn't list anything after 2011, after which most of the stuff in his viXra profile was uploaded.

3. This guy claims 3 half a page proofs for the Poincare conjecture... Seems legit.

4. He also lays claim to a solution for the Navier-Stokes problem (also $1,000,000).

5. He claims a proof for the Riemann hypothesis.

6. He says some gibberish about the P=NP problem.

To be honest, viXra is the breeding ground for junk mathematics. If he can't even post into arXiv, then I'm probably not going to accept his science.

I suppose that's what makes P=NP so nice; it's so easy to check if someone asserts P=NP.

The real showstopper is that he's way too prolific, claiming solutions for all of the world's problems in the span of 2 years.