This paper consists of two nearly independent parts, both of which discuss the common theme of biaccessible points in the Julia set $J$ of a quadratic polynomial $f:z\mapsto z^2+c$.
In Part I, we assume that $J$ is locally-connected. We prove that the Brolin measure of the set of biaccessible points (through the basin of attraction of infinity) in $J$ is zero except when $f(z)=z^2-2$ is the Chebyshev map for which the corresponding measure is one. As a corollary, we show that a locally-connected quadratic Julia set is not a countable union of embedded arcs unless it is a straight line or a Jordan curve.
In Part II, we assume that $f$ has an irrationally indifferent fixed point $\alpha$. If $z$ is a biaccessible point in $J$, we prove that the orbit of $z$ eventually hits the critical point of $f$ in the Siegel case, and the fixed point $\alpha$ in the Cremer case. As a corollary, it follows that the set of biaccessible points in $J$ has Brolin measure zero.
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