Space. A vast vacuum of infinite size. It has been a mystery to man for aeons. Is there life out there. Ever since NASA was founded back in July 1958 it has had government funding of a total of $416 billion. There have been monkeys, dogs, salmonella, sea urchins and even Scotty from Star Trek ashes have all been sent into space. But now its time for the final frontier.
"The Earth is the cradle of humanity, but mankind cannot stay in the cradle forever."
And it is the same for cheese. But people experimenting really should think these ideas through.
Back on day 2 I talked about half a tonne of cheese being dropped to the bottom of the sea to mature. It was lost and never seen again. And now this is the latest cheese to travel miles and never return. But I have another theory.
But alas 24hrs later the cheese was recovered. The cheddarnaut had been handed into the police after coming down in someones garden. A gift from the Gods.
I'm sure this was the soundtrack ringing around when that small block of mature cheddar from the West Country Cheesemakers began to rise. The troposphere, the stratosphere, the mesophere, the thermosphere, that cheese was out of here. Beautiful, beautiful BEAUTIFUL.