The Yin-Yang symbol is present within the mathematics of a circle's folding into a cone, and the extraction of the V-Curvature from the application of the Lorentz coefficient to the height of the cone in such a way that it should cancel out with itself. However, when using the exact speed of light in scientific notation, one can solve for the, "Velocity," variable, now phenomenologically reduced. The resulting equation/solution to, "v," can be graphed to yield a whole host of different interesting forms and 3D curvatures. The attached examples are just the tip of the iceberg for the analogous forms of the yin-yang and the 3D objects produced from the phenomenological velocity solution and other mathematical equations with the system of a circle's folding into a cone.