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2018-11-24 22:52 ..... Karasick
2018-10-14 20:30 ..... xkcd_rus
2018-08-31 12:00 ... GOOGLE.COM
The Food Size Cycle
[There is a chart with the x-axis shown on top labeled "Food item size" and the y-axis labeled "Time". There are arrows pointing away from the top left corner on both axis.] The food size cycle [A normal sandwich is shown high up the chart. The text on the right reads:] Initial normal-sized food (sandwich, burger, burrito, taco, etc) [The next part below, further in time, has no pictured item but the text reads:] Food becomes more popular [Next below a larger sandwich is shown.] [And below again an even larger sandwich is shown. The text to the right is:] Size arms race: average item grows as restaurants compete to offer the largest version to hungry customers [On the left side, representing small food sizes, the text embedded in arrows pointing to every direction is:] Void [Below of that an enormously large sandwich is shown. The text is:] Food gets too large to eat comfortably [More below a new row on the left for small sizes comes up, inside is a panini. The text reads:] New format appears and fills the void (panini, burrito bowl, taquito, slider, etc) [Below of all the two paths may converge, indicated by two arrows pointing downwards and slightly together. The final text reads:] Merger or replacement
There's data suggesting that this model may apply to deep-dish/thin-crust pizza. I've designed a thorough multi-year study to investigate this personally, but funding organizations keep denying my grant requests.