I'm not even sure anymore whether the ~5 constant I'm looking for exists or is a single constant, but it might as well be a running gag that this must be the one.

You can actually multiply by both skews for better zeroes, meaning I sort of react the "half zeroes" thing I said, although they could be energy quanta.

I believe:

plot (zeta(1/2 + n * I, 1/2) * zeta(1/2 - n * I, 1/2)) * (1 + sin(n*ln(1 + sqrt(2))))*(1 - sin(n*ln(1 + sqrt(2))))

Where the next shift quanta level next is n ~= +/- 18.2

plot (zeta(1/2 + n * I, 1/2) * zeta(1/2 - n * I, 1/2)) * (1 + sin(n*ln(1 + sqrt(2))/1)) contains at least some of the zeta zeroes and more unique ones to the function.