It is amazing in this day and age, when we know for certain that the moon is made of cheese, that many so-called scientific experts simply won't accept that logic dictates the Earth must consequently be made out of crackers.
But I'm not a cracker purist. I don't think our planet is made from just one type of cracker. Instead, I posit a sort of cracker variety pack composition: some salted, some with added seeds, some plain. I would further suggest, since these crackers are obviously millions of years old, that they are stale.
Mars, meanwhile, the "red planet," is clearly made out of crumbly port-wine cheese, possibly nuked if you believe Dr. John Brandenburg
This would suggest the universe is some sort of vast wine-and-cheese party: slabs of orbital cheese floating in an ocean of Chianti with the occasional grape meteorite and melon comet whizzing past.
You can call my wine-and-cheese theory pseudo-science or heresy if you must, but remember the nay-sayers said the same of Galileo when he decanted before the Inquisition.