Cantor tree surface

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The non-singular points of an Alexander horned sphere form a Cantor tree surface

In dynamical systems, the Cantor tree is an infinite-genus surface homeomorphic to a sphere with a Cantor set removed. The blooming Cantor tree is a Cantor tree with an infinite number of handles added in such a way that every end is a limit of handles.

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