Since the site gives virtually no context, this site was discussed when talking about gauge theory by Eric Weinstein (mathematician, economist, managing director of Thiel Capital) and Joe Rogan on this episode http://podcasts.joerogan.net/podcasts/eric-weinstein-2
The image you see here is created using Hopf algebra. Hopf algebra seems to be the visualization of differential equations at a moment when local symmetry is created. The moment of creation is called bifurcation?... Hopf math is required to explain symmetry in gauge theory.
“Gauge theories are important as the successful field theories explaining the dynamics of elementary particles.” —Wikipedia
Just assume everything I said here is wrong...
Hopf symmetry breaking and confinement in (2+1) dimensional Gauge Theory
Note this is due to Heinz Hopf, different from Eberhard (known for the Hopf bifurcation).