A disproof of the Riemann's hypothesis

Motivated by many scientific articles about the use of Riemann’s
hypothesis, I made a very useful disproof of it: I proved that there are
no zeros when Re(s)<1. In this proof, I didn’t suppose that
zeta is convergent, but I supposed that the zero is among the images
with the relation zeta of a known s=a+ib since zeta is only a relation
when it doesn’t converge. I think that suppositions or axioms should be
made before trying to find an extension to Zeta because there is the
consistent problem of logics that everybody faces: when zeta which is
divergent equals a convergent extension.