What resides in the center of your Milky Way? Simply Caramel

Monday, August 11th, 2014 by Becca Droz

 

milky way caramel

A Milky Way bar for those who can’t get enough caramel!

Classroom/Movie Munchability: 8

Melt Measure: 8

Novelty: 7

Sharability: 3

 

“I’m not a huge caramel fan, so my experience is jaded, but honestly it’s good”

“It’s like a Caramello log!”

It’s no surprise that Mars created the MilkyWay candy; this candy bar is out of this world! If you really try, you might even be able to find a resemblance between the evolution of the MilkyWay bar from the nougat-caramel combo to caramel-solo and the dynamic Milky Way galaxy.

  Milk Way Galaxy

Milk Way Galaxy

Between 100 and 400 billion stars paint what we see of the Milky Way galaxy and they say that there is at least one planet for every star! I have no idea how they create number estimates like these; who is counting how many of the hundreds of billions of stars?! It’s absolutely mind blowing, just like the Milky Way Simply Caramel!

In the center of this Milky Way is a thick and gooey, soft and satisfying caramel core, slightly less chaotic than the supermassive black hole that is theorized to reside in the center of our Milky Way galaxy. It is supposedly a hole that is four million times the mass of the sun (over a million earths fit inside the sun) where stars zoom around like leaking balloons in formation. If you close your eyes, you can let this caramel delight, take you on a flight into the supermassive black hole of the MilkyWay Simpy Caramel.

 Sources:

  • www.universetoday.com
  • www.milkywaybar.com

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