This manuscript describes the effort of the ENCODE (Encyclopedia of DNA Elements) Consortium to examine the principles of human transcriptional regulatory networks, using a subset of 119 transcription factors. The results are integrated with other genomic information to form a multi-level meta-network in which different levels have distinct properties. The findings will aid future interpretations of human genomics and help us to understand the basic principles of human biology and disease. It is also a good example of the level of thinking involved in understanding the human genomics. It's no wonder the mob is so clueless.