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This work pictures a dense Julia set constructed from iterations of the following Lattès map: z -> (z3+a)/(az3+1) with a = exp(2πi/3). by S. Monnier

"If you took 10 drops of water (not extra-big drops, just regular drops, I'm presuming) and counted the number of H2O molecules in those drops, you'd get a number equal to all the stars in the universe. This is amazing to me. For some reason, when someone says million, billion or trillion, I see an enormous pile of something, a grand scene, great sweeps of desert sand, twirling masses of stars. Big things come from lots of stuff; little things from less stuff. That seems intuitive."

Awesome Print by Emily McDowell Illustration