Playing with number fields we reached some weird numerical results. Investigating the problem boiled down to weird output of zeta functions at odd positive integers from 7 onward.

For example,

```
sage: K.<a> = NumberField(x^2-2)
sage: K.zeta_function()(7)
82.7603619399160
sage: K.zeta_function(prec=100)(7)
45333.379954778857657650185188
sage: K.zeta_function(prec=200)(7)
5.6555192254423051174292272646037247772094677139829119697339e8
```

These answers seem to be all erroneous. Another way to obtain this value is

```
sage: quadratic_L_function__exact(7,2)*zeta(7)
TypeError: n must be a critical value!
```

which doesn't work.

Close values behave fine:

```
sage: K.zeta_function()(7.0000001)
1.00787667933529
sage: K.zeta_function()(7.00000001)
1.00787667982152
sage: K.zeta_function()(7.000000001)
1.00787669344227
sage: K.zeta_function()(7.0000000001)
1.00787388932573
```

(the problem begins afterwards).

The same happens with Riemann zeta function, which is the Dedekind zeta function of $\mathbb{Q}$:

```
sage: K.<a> = NumberField(x)
sage: K.zeta_function()(7)
verbose -1 (371: dokchitser.py, __call__) Warning: Loss of 2 decimal digits due to cancellation
52.5237126027390
sage: zeta(7).n()
1.00834927738192
sage: K.zeta_function()(7.00001)
verbose -1 (371: dokchitser.py, __call__) Warning: Loss of 2 decimal digits due to cancellation
1.00834921704698
```

so we get a warning here, and the value at 7 is wrong, but at 7.00001 things are fine.

We are guessing that this relates to zeros/poles of Gamma in the functional equation for zeta. However, since `zeta(7)`

does work fine, perhaps there is a way to calculate other zeta functions there as well?