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With its six square faces constructed from four
tetractyses. the cube has 96 red hexagonal yods and 14 black corners, i.e., 110 yods, in its 24
tetractyses. This is the same as the octahedron. When the 12 internal triangles formed by its centre
and edges are Type A triangles, the cube has 247 yods. They comprise its centre, the centres of the six
faces and 240 other yods. 110 yods cover the faces and 137 yods are in its interior. This is how the
cube embodies the number 137 determining the fine-structure constant α =
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