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Conventional science tells us that chromosomes are arranged in a linear fashion with the genes spread over them like beads on a string. Simple, easy to understand. But is that really the case? What if there is more to it than that? What if chromosomal superstructure is incredibly complex? And scientists are studying them as if they exist in only two dimensions instead of three? In terms of complexity, one could consider multiple layers of dimensions. Or not. Is this important to know? Only if you want to get a better handle on how they really work.