Denying any responsibility for this is: David Morgan-Mar
The author writes:
To fully experience this comic, you should print the top three rows of panels on one side of a strip of paper, and the bottom three on the other side, then join the ends of the paper together in a Möbius strip.
After reading the panels in the resulting sequence a few times, interpreting upside down as necessary, take a pair of scissors and cut the Möbius strip lengthwise parallel to the edges, one third of the way from the topmost edge, separating the rows of panels.
Now, if anyone can explain to me why the resulting model is approximately thirty times less topologically complex than Margaret's family tree, I'd be most grateful.