Date: Mon, 6 Dec 93 20:16:26 -0500 From: Alan Bawden <Alan@lcs.mit.edu> Sender: Alan@lcs.mit.edu
Date: Mon, 6 Dec 1993 18:32:15 EST
From: Jerry Bryan <BRYAN%WVNVM.BITNET@mitvma.mit.edu>
... It is really quite extraordinary and wonderful. I already knew
that there were only four equivalence classes with 24 elements. Well,
two of them are Start itself and its antipodal. Without further ado:...
This is very interesting indeed!
So the next natural question would seem to be: What are the -other- two?
Switch each edge with its antipode, with or without flipping all twelve edges.