SAGINAW, Michigan - Two of the world's leading scientists have called a press conference to announce what they say is an astonishing fact regarding the moon.
Dr. Heinrich Von Heinrich and Dr. Currington S. Clexweiser have discovered that contrary to the popular held belief the moon is made up of cheese - or at least a small percentage of cheese.
Speaking from The Galileo Galilei Astrological Observatory located in Saginaw, Michigan the two expert doctors remarked that the makeup of the moon is 1.3 percent cheese.
When asked what type of cheese the doctors laughed as they looked at each other.
"Cheddar cheese" replied Dr. Von Heinrich.
"No, it's actually Monterrey Jack" quipped Dr. Clexweiser.
The two doctors grinned as they said that the cheese would be more of a cross between Gorgonzola and Swiss.
SIDENOTE: Reports coming out of Switzerland state that since the moon is made up partially of Swiss cheese, the government of Switzerland has decided to lay legal claim to the moon.