x = r·(1 − cosφ)·cos(φ

y = r·(1 − cosφ) · sin(φ

z = r · sinφ

r = r

φ = 2π when r = r

φ < 2π doesn't occur !

φ is the poloidal horn torus angle, r in the graphic above is quite to scale

(increase is faster than in the 2

between 10 revolutions per 1 rotation and ∼7 rotations per 1 revolution

(for explanation click image)

Important note 1 in this context: the widely unknown infinitesimal infinity has the same cardinality as our known large universe (i.e. nuclei comprise whole universes). It's worth to think about that!

Note 2, equally imperative: horn torus depictions are allegoric only, their purpose is to

Dynamic variation of poloidal revolution and toroidal rotation, combined with alteration of size, can be expressed smartly by complex and hypercomplex numbers (quaternions, octonions, ...) - but

to describe the whole dynamics as abstract physical processes, including the interaction of intertwined nested horn tori, seems to be a task, which is not manageable by conventional mathematics,