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Do holes in cheese exist?

  1. #1
    Balloon Man Tuskegee Airman
    The hole is just the lack of cheese within some region enclosed by cheese in at least two dimensions (in one dimension it would simply be a "gap") and does exist in and of itself IMO, however it's existence is defined by the existence of cheese around it unlike itself.
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  2. #2
    Balloon Man Tuskegee Airman
    A hole does not need to be made of vacuum, it is simply any cheese enclosed region of non-cheese, as if we submit a cheese sitting in ordinary air as possessing holes then the existence of fluids within the cheese boundary does not prevent it from being a hole.
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  3. #3
    AngryOnion Big Wig [the nightly self-effacing broadsheet]
    They are due to a starter culture of bacteria added to the milk at the start of cheesemaking. Once in the vat, this strain of bacteria, called Propionibacter shermani, consume lactic acid and release bubbles of carbon dioxide gas.
  4. #4
    Ghost Black Hole
    no, i'm just really horny
  5. #5
    troon African Astronaut
    what if the holes right inside the cheese are dark? would it exist even less than just a hole?
  6. #6
    Nothing exists, this is all a simulation.

    They don't even hide the fact, they even sell fake/simulated cheese at Walmart.


  7. #7
    troon African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson They don't even hide the fact, they even sell fake/simulated cheese at Walmart.

    lol, you just reminded me of all the shit you get imported from old blighty
  8. #8
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Nothing exists, this is all a simulation.

    They don't even hide the fact, they even sell fake/simulated cheese at Walmart.



    dont people eat cheeses merely for stimulations these days.
  9. #9
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny dont people eat cheeses merely for stimulations these days.

    I know whenever I eat cheese (which I do a lot) I pretty much immediately start perspiring on my head...like seconds after my first bite. I googled it:

    "Cheese can make you sweat due to its high tyramine content, an amino acid that can increase your adrenaline response and induce sweating."
  10. #10
    Originally posted by troon lol, you just reminded me of all the shit you get imported from old blighty

    Hmm I think it's time to place another order.
  11. #11
    mmQ Lisa Turtle
    So you're asking if nothing exists?

    Like you can't have nothing without something, but if something is a thing than nothing is also a thing so nothing is actually something, so yes, holes in cheese in my humble opinion do exist the same way holes in anything exist, and the cheese itself is also a hole.
  12. #12
    Something exists, but not in this simulated universe..

    .I'm pretty sure cheese in the outer-verse does have holes as it would make sense that the simulated-verse would be built on existing knowledge/physics/etc.
  13. #13
    mmQ Lisa Turtle
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Something exists, but not in this simulated universe..

    .I'm pretty sure cheese in the outer-verse does have holes as it would make sense that the simulated-verse would be built on existing knowledge/physics/etc.

    I'm gonna start reading this dude's books it sounds intriguing and a good way to potentially create change within oneself:

    Reality transurfing is an esoteric concept being published by Vadim Zeland since 2004. It suggests an idea of multivariant reality where events happen in an infinite number of spaces at the same time. The author describes this doctrine as a technique of moving from one "branch" of reality to another due to the concentration of energy of thoughts on a certain variant. As the author claims, the teaching's practical sense is the ability to choose freely a variant of reality at will by establishing conscious control over one's intentions and attitude to the world.[1]
  14. #14
    Originally posted by mmQ I'm gonna start reading this dude's books it sounds intriguing and a good way to potentially create change within oneself:

    Reality transurfing is an esoteric concept being published by Vadim Zeland since 2004. It suggests an idea of multivariant reality where events happen in an infinite number of spaces at the same time. The author describes this doctrine as a technique of moving from one "branch" of reality to another due to the concentration of energy of thoughts on a certain variant. As the author claims, the teaching's practical sense is the ability to choose freely a variant of reality at will by establishing conscious control over one's intentions and attitude to the world.[1]

    Imma have cheese and tomato sandwiches for dinner
  15. #15
    mmQ Lisa Turtle
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Imma have cheese and tomato sandwiches for dinner

    Don't forget to have A.M. radio playing in the background while you play 40 games of solitaire at your 1970s style card table.
  16. #16
    Speedy Parker Black Hole [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Originally posted by Balloon Man A hole does not need to be made of vacuum, it is simply any cheese enclosed region of non-cheese, as if we submit a cheese sitting in ordinary air as possessing holes then the existence of fluids within the cheese boundary does not prevent it from being a hole.

    The hole in your head is a vacuum.
  17. #17
    Speaking of holes, here's a classic...still got it on 7" vinyl

  18. #18
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson I know whenever I eat cheese (which I do a lot) I pretty much immediately start perspiring on my head…like seconds after my first bite. I googled it:

    "Cheese can make you sweat due to its high tyramine content, an amino acid that can increase your adrenaline response and induce sweating."

    do you enjoy sweaty forehead
  19. #19
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny do you enjoy sweaty forehead

    No, not at all.
  20. #20
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson No, not at all.

    then try synthetic cheeses.
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