- A { Solid Object with 14 faces } , abbreviated as [ SOW-14 ] , is constructed via joining the [ mid-points ] on the 12 sides of a { Cube } :
This { Solid Object } then has 14 faces , made-up-of { 8 equilateral-triangle surfaces } & { 6 square surfaces } .

This { Solid Object } then exhibits both { Hexa-Symmetry } and { Octo-Symmetry } .

- Brief Introduction :
The author attended the { Sun Hung Kai Properties Nobel Laureates Distinguished Lectures } at the Chinese University of Hong Kong ( CUHK ) on 2007-10-25 :

- 1st Lecture - Developing Creativity and Innovation in Engineering and Science - Professor Martion L. Perl ,
- 2nd Lecture - The Great Excitement in 1957 about Parity Nonconservation - Professor YANG Chen Ning .

This question was subsequently raised , via fax , due to some rather particular circumstances :

- Since [ parity ] arsies from { Left-Right Symmetry } and [ parity ] is not conserved on certain weak-force situations , and scientists have been striving for a better understanding of it over the past 50 years :
- In there any possibility that the answer may lie in :
- Triangular Symmetry ,
- Tetrahedral / Quad Symmetry ,
- Hexa-Symmetry / Octo-Symmetry .

- I have been doing some research work on { Combinatorics & its Optimization } , based on the { I-Ching } . A preliminary finidng here is that under certain circumstances , a { Double-Duality } may degenerate into a { Double-Singularity } .
Would this help any ?

- In there any possibility that the answer may lie in :

- This new web-page here is a follow-up on this question .

Links to other Sections | |
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Section #1 | The 12 Sides of the Cube |

Section #2 | Contruction of [ SOW-14 ] |

Section #3 | Hexa-Symmetry & Octo-Symmetry |

Section #4 | The { Red-Amd-Blue Craps Game } |

Section #5 | Concluding Remarks |

Epilog I | The [ SOW-14 ] in Practice |

Epilog II | On Multiplex Symmetry |

Epilog III | On { Triple-Cross Symmetry } |

( Three Body Problem / Characteristics of Numbers / Matrix & Linear Algebra / 'I-CHING' / Triangle / Odd-On-Odd Format / Multiplication Table for Modulo P )