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    Default To the Moooooooooooooooon!

    Due to unusual circumstances, the Moon has been transmuted to be actually made of cheese.

    What happens?
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    Isn't it obvious? WE SHALL GO TO WAR OVER IT!
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    Probably something bad due to the shift in gravity or something.
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    We'll have moon colonies by January.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mailedbypostman1 View Post
    Due to unusual circumstances, the Moon has been transmuted to be actually made of cheese.

    What happens?
    Pretty sure cheese is less dense than rock. Assuming momentum is maintained, we likely end up losing the moon a lot faster, as the gravitational pull is a lot weaker. I'm not sure just how long it would take, but once we lose the Moon, Earth starts going crazy. We actually depend a lot on the Moon to maintain our planetary stability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkerbob View Post
    Pretty sure cheese is less dense than rock. Assuming momentum is maintained, we likely end up losing the moon a lot faster, as the gravitational pull is a lot weaker. I'm not sure just how long it would take, but once we lose the Moon, Earth starts going crazy. We actually depend a lot on the Moon to maintain our planetary stability.
    Cheddar is 1/6th the average density of the Moon, cream cheese roughly 1/3rd. Dunno which the densest cheese around is, but it probably falls short.

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    Luna enjoys herself a lot more.

    ALthough that much cheese CAN't be good for her...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mailedbypostman1 View Post
    Due to unusual circumstances, the Moon has been transmuted to be actually made of cheese.

    What happens?
    Assorted cheese or one consistent type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJ Valliant View Post
    Assorted cheese or one consistent type?
    One consistent type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The MunchKING View Post
    Luna enjoys herself a lot more.

    ALthough that much cheese CAN't be good for her...
    Plot Twist: Luna eats the moon, expands in size and becomes the new moon.
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    My cat Bosley loves cheese so I guess she does everything in her power to try to get to the moon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkerbob View Post
    Pretty sure cheese is less dense than rock. Assuming momentum is maintained, we likely end up losing the moon a lot faster, as the gravitational pull is a lot weaker. I'm not sure just how long it would take, but once we lose the Moon, Earth starts going crazy. We actually depend a lot on the Moon to maintain our planetary stability.
    Why would we lose the moon?

    Yes, the gravitational force is weaker, but at the same time the force required to keep the two together is proportionally reduced. Newton's laws. There are plenty of bodies in space orbiting other bodies that have significantly less mass than the moon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beadle View Post
    Why would we lose the moon?
    Because we'd eat it.

    Obviously.

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