# Does this meet the space requirements for the lower 3-SAT bounds?

According to "What are the best current lower bounds on 3SAT?", Ryan Williams has an answer that states that the (time * space) requirements for 3-SAT must meet or exceed $n^{2 \cos(\pi/7) - o(1)}$ infinitely often. See

 Ryan R. Williams
Better Time-Space Lower Bounds for SAT and Related Problems
20th IEEE Conference on Computational Complexity, pages 40-49
2005


 A.O.L Atkin and D.J. Bernstein

...It requires $O(\frac{n}{\log \log n})$ additions and $n^{1/2 + O(1)}$ space. So does this sieve alone meet the time/space requirements for 3-SAT? Or are the results inconclusive for the sieve?