What if the moon was cheese?

A cheese Moon wouldn't pull on the oceans as strongly and so the Earth's rotation wouldn't have been slowed as much. Consequently the Moon wouldn't have receded from us as much either. Sitting closer to us, it would appear bigger in the sky and still deprive us from a perfect solar eclipse.

What if Moon was made of cheese?

Moon would expand and oceans would form

For starters, the moon would expand out more than 500 miles in diameter, since cheese is less dense than rock. Then, the water and casein protein that make up the cheese would begin to separate out, with caseins moving closer to the core of the moon.

What if the moon was made of gold?

Under the Gold Moon, the highest tides would be 7.5 times that of the old moon alone. In other words, tides would be 5 times as strong as the strongest ones we have now, and would stay pretty much the same through the whole month. Every coastal region of Earth would experience strong daily flooding.

How much is moon worth?

Buy a piece of the moon

Headed by Dennis Hope, the company sells pieces of the moon for around $20 per acre, and to this point, over 2.5 million have already been sold. By this method, the moon's 9.3 billion acres are worth approximately $180 billion.

Are diamonds on the moon?

The fact that the moon probe Surveyor V1 revealed the existence of an appreciable amount of carbon on the surface of the moon, in the neighbourhood of its site, lends strong support to a conjecture I made in 1965 (Optima 15, 160) that there may well be a relatively high concentration of micro-diamonds on the surface of ...

What If The Moon Were Actually Made Of Cheese?

What if the moon exploded?

If the moon exploded, the night sky would change. We would see more stars in the sky, but we would also see more meteors and experience more meteorites. The position of the Earth in space would change and temperatures and seasons would dramatically alter, and our ocean tides would be much weaker.

What if the moon disappeared?

It is the pull of the Moon's gravity on the Earth that holds our planet in place. Without the Moon stabilising our tilt, it is possible that the Earth's tilt could vary wildly. It would move from no tilt (which means no seasons) to a large tilt (which means extreme weather and even ice ages).

What is green cheese called?

Green cheese varieties include: Cherni Vit - Green cheese from Bulgaria. Sage Derby cheese. Schabziger - Swiss green cheese.

Is there red cheese?

Crumblier than Cheddar, Red Leicester is a russet red hard pressed cheese which will be sold at anything from 3 months to 12 months of age. Originally known as Leicestershire cheese, Red Leicester is a traditional hard cheese made from unpasturised cow's milk.

What is black cheese?

Charcoal cheese or black cheese is a relatively new arrival in the UK. Often charcoal is used to rub cheese before moulding but this cheese is unique in the fact that it incorporates it into the paste itself during the curd cutting process.

What cheese is pink?

The Great British Cheese Company has introduced a millennial-pink cheese, and it's got people buzzing for the unique hue that's sure to be a hit at holiday parties this year. The product is a classic English Wensleydale that's infused with sweet raspberry and sharp prosecco flavors.

What if the Sun disappeared for 1 second?

Eternal night would fall over the planet and Earth will start traveling into interstellar space at 18 miles per second. Within 2 seconds, the full moon reflecting the sun's rays on the dark side of the planet would also go dark.

What if Earth had rings?

At more temperate latitudes, the rings would look like a giant arch, crossing from one end of the sky to the other. These glittering rings would neither rise nor set, and would always appear in the exact same place in the sky. These cosmic landmarks would be visible both day and night.

Will the moon ever hit Earth?

Short answer: Technically it's possible that the Earth and Moon could collide in the very distant future, but it's very unlikely. It's certainly not going to happen while any of us are alive. Long answer: The Moon is in a stable orbit around Earth.

Can we survive without Sun?

With no sunlight, photosynthesis would stop, but that would only kill some of the plants—there are some larger trees that can survive for decades without it. Within a few days, however, the temperatures would begin to drop, and any humans left on the planet's surface would die soon after.

What if Sun disappeared?

If the Sun miraculously disappeared, the Earth (and all the other objects in the Solar System) would continue their forward motion in a straight line off into space, instead of following their almost-circular orbits. For the Earth this means it would head off towards the stars at about 30km/s (67,000mph).

What time will the Earth end?

By that point, all life on Earth will be extinct. Finally, the most probable fate of the planet is absorption by the Sun in about 7.5 billion years, after the star has entered the red giant phase and expanded beyond the planet's current orbit.

Would the Earth ever stop spinning?

As the Earth spins, these bulges move across the Earth's surface like a wave, pushing against the Earth's spin. This slows down the Earth's spin. It means that Earth's day lengthens by one second every 50,000 years. The only thing that could stop the Earth's spin would be if another planet crashed into it.

What if the sun was a black hole?

Our Sun is too small a star to end its life as a black hole. But what would happen if the Sun were suddenly replaced with a black hole of the same mass? Contrary to popular belief, the Solar System would not be sucked in: a solar-mass black hole would exert no more gravitational pull than our Sun.

Can you split the sun in half?

If you cut the sun's mass in half, you reduce its brightness by 90%. Gravity doesn't have as much mass to work with, so the force of gravity can't crush the star down as much, and the star can't reach the same pressures and temperatures in its center as a more massive star can.

Is it OK to eat moldy cream cheese?

Answer Section. Soft cheeses, such as cottage cheese, cream cheese and ricotta, with mold should be discarded. The same goes for any kind of cheese that's shredded, crumbled or sliced. With these cheeses, the mold can send threads throughout the cheese — contaminating more than you see.

Why is my cheese purple?

Washed-rind cheeses normally have an orange appearance due to the growth of specific ripening microbes that produce yellow, orange, and red pigments. But all wheels of cheese across multiple batches were turning an intense purple color (see photo below). We named this phenomenon purple rind defect.

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