Notes:

- Thanks to Raimundo dos Santos for
suggesting this fibration.

- This is an example of a real Milnor fibration (as opposed to a
complex Milnor fibration). It is special because it is the first
nontrivial example of a real Milnor fibration that is not just a
modification of a complex fibration.

- The genus of the double link is 2.
- The link consists of three mutually interlocking circles.
- The second movie shows the fibration when we stereographically project from a point on the link. Thus one of the circles has been blown up into a line. Note how similar the fibration is to just rotation about the line.

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Created by Dan Dreibelbis. Last modified 7/18/10.