Because drugs create an illusory mind or altered persona where the world around them becomes extremely distorted and hard discern accordingly which would be called the dopamine effect.
Hierarchies are everywhere. It is often argued that they are a social construct, invented to allow certain people (such as white men) to have power over others. But not everyone agrees. While promoting his new book, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos, psychology professor Jordan Peterson, of the University of Toronto, has sparked debate by arguing that hierarchies are in fact natural to some extent.
To prove his point, Peterson uses the example of lobsters, which humans share a common evolutionary ancestor with. Peterson argues that, like humans, lobsters exist in hierarchies and have a nervous system attuned to status which “runs on serotonin” (a brain chemical often associated with feelings of happiness).
Guess This Means That Human Beings Built The Pyramids Of Giza and Not Aliens Like The Crackpots Would Think On The Television Show Aliens On The History Channel.