We have got in human genome about 21 000 genes and they are distributed among 46 chromosomes more or less equally. Now imagine that we can relocate all these genes (I mean the genes that produce mRNAs that encodes proteins) in one/two/three/several chromosomes and all the rest chromosomes contain just non-coding RNAs (more precisely the genes producing non-coding RNAs), would this matter? In other words, does the rule of arrangement of genes matter and work? Imagine that in some certain chromosome we have got Gene N1, Gene N 2, Gene N 3 located in neighborhood. And then we have got this order Gene N2, Gene N 3, Gene N 1. Would this change something in human genome and behavior?