In mathematics, E8 is any of several closely related exceptional simple Lie groups, linear algebraic groups or Lie algebras of dimension 248; the same notation is used for the corresponding root lattice, which has rank 8.

Perhaps it is possible to link the E8 set to a Torus constructed out of multiple spirals that are also build up out of intertwined spirals, within their own dimension. Similar to how a braided Torus is build up out of other braided braids.

During particle collisions, differt bodyparts, with different sizes and different rotational speeds, will spiral into different directions, also because of their relative positions within the composition. They might even reform themselves into more basic (knot) compositions, this gives rise to all the colorful particles we know such as gluons, neutrino's, ...

Perhaps it is possible to link the E8 set to a Torus constructed out of multiple spirals that are also build up out of intertwined spirals, within their own dimension. Similar to how a braided Torus is build up out of other braided braids.

During particle collisions, differt bodyparts, with different sizes and different rotational speeds, will spiral into different directions, also because of their relative positions within the composition. They might even reform themselves into more basic (knot) compositions, this gives rise to all the colorful particles we know such as gluons, neutrino's, ...

*E8 group geometry solves trivial question: "Which structure should have the tightest lattice of particles, formed by energy exchange between another particles, recursivelly?". And such question has a perfect meaning even from classical physics point of view! Such question has a perfect meaning in theory, describing the most dense structure of inertial particles formed by energy exchange between another particles, which we can ever imagine, i.e. the interior of black hole.*source: http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/41373