Interesting map: 24 hours of eating habits around the world

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Mark Wilson interacts with an infographic showing 24 hours of eating habits around the world:

Not only do eating trends get worse over time, they get worse in a direct, predictable path. Food decisions at 10 a.m. are worse than at 7 a.m.; at 4 p.m., they’re worse than at 12 p.m., and at 11 p.m. they’re even worse than 10 p.m. In the interactive version, all you have to do is scroll right to see that, when the lights go out across the globe, every developed region begins to munch on the deplorable. Our species is remarkably predictable, and I can’t help but wonder, what other societal trends would look exactly the same–vandalism, infidelity, shamefully self-reflective Facebook posts–honestly, how many good decisions are any of us making after midnight?

Via The Daily Dish.

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