For crying out loud, this was supposed to be a deserted mountain top. Can't a guy find enlightenment in peace anywhere these days?
The French mathematician was the father of fractals, and while pancreatic cancer got the better of him four days ago, his reputation will live on in the areas of maths, physics, finance, biology and countless more.
This is how I imagine a trip into the brain of Hunter S. Thompson after eating a slice of Benoît Mandelbrot's brain, sautéed with a bit of pepper, olive oil, and mescal shaves. Except there are no strippers running around.