We have to be careful with use of "world" since there are many times in Scripture when it refers to "world" but doesn't mean the entire planet but a localized area. I've seen several times over the years where a person who knows these passages of Scripture will hammer the first person who brings up references to "world" saying that has to mean the whole world. "World" has various meanings in Scripture depending upon context so we need to keep that in mind when stating our positions so we don't fall into traps some folks use (not speaking of anyone here, I'm thinking of experiences I've had and seen over the years).
I don't think I would want any cheese looking like that! It's interesting the promoters of this blood moon craze point to a few happenings in history they claim happened because of a blood moon as proof their speculations are correct; yet at the same time they dismiss (mostly just ignore) the much larger number of cases over the centuries when these blood moons came and went without incidence. In other words, these blood moons are a naturally occurring event, not a sign, harbinger of doom, warning or good luck charm.
It wasn't many years ago there was a secular scientist which came to the basic same conclusion, except they did all kinds of twisting to try and separate their findings from any connection to a literal biblical Adam and Eve. Even so, it was clear their conclusions pointed to the necessity of there having been a first man and woman, not an ape slowly evolving into becoming a human. Naturally, since they rejected the biblical account this left them with a huge hole of trying to explain just where this first man and woman came from. After all, how could a man and woman suddenly be there if there were none before them? Of course, outside the biblical creation account, there is no good answer for how such could be. Scientists once followed the evidence to where it naturally lead them. Today, because of political correctness and greed for acceptance and funding, many scientists sell out the truth in favor of unfounded theories and word games.