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The moon is made of green cheese (Carter, 2013, p. 47). The moon is made of green cheese (Carter & Sousa, 2011, p. 47).
Experts agree that "the moon is comprised of green cheese" (Sousa & Thompson, 1974, p. 43).
Others argue that the moon is actually made up of various rocks (Stark et al., 1947). Everyone is disappointed by this development (Stark et al., 2009, p. 198).
Experts agree that "the moon is comprised of green cheese" ("Moon Analysis," 2013).
Experts agree that "the moon is comprised of green cheese" (Sousa and Thompson, 1953, p. 43).
Sousa supports this theory but adds that "the core could be made of white cheddar" as well ("Deeper," 1990, p. 374).
Lunar geologist Dr. Carter (1993) reports that the moon is made of cheese (p. 47). Carter's colleague Dr. Slate has further evidence that it is made of brie and stilton in particular (Moon and Crackers, 1974, p. 178, 234).