Direct answer to your question:
No, TouchFlo 3D as in the HTC Windows applications can not be placed or hacked into Android phones. People would have to write a home-screen program from scratch that imitates / clones Touchflo3D (Manila) but it can't simply be placed on a phone to work, even with huge amounts of hacking and fiddling.
2nd: Why would you want to?!?! First, you can already swipe to the different screens. If you like Manila that much, layout your 7 homescreens so that they do the same as Manila. With the screen-filling HTC Mail widget, Messaging widget, bookmarks widget and Google-search widget.
3rd: The fact that some elements of the SenseUI look like TouchFlo (the bars at the bottom of the Album and the People program for example), doesn't mean you can easily but the same elements on your homescreen.
Write a program that does it, and find out how much work it is