A popular device among anti-drug educators is to show the webs that spiders under the influence of various psychoactive substances weave. I doubt the spiders notice or care what judgments we make of their webs from our god’s-eye view, especially as long as the drugs are flowing.
Similarly, I don’t expect people driving around suburbia to find much wit or point in comparing the street patterns characteristic of pre- and post-automotive development in the US:
How many paths are there between two points on the pre-car streets? How many in the car maze, and which paths are longest? Why does UPS charge more to deliver to residential than to business addresses? Will the drugged spider starve before it can sober up and rebuild?