I recently came into possession of a rather large mass of molasses due to a misunderstood Alexa inquiry and since the restocking fee is outrageous, I plan on using it to answer a nagging question I've had: is it possible to surf atop a body of molasses?
I've got approximately 1.898 × 10^27 kg of the stuff in a stable orbit around an M class star and I've got the tools necessary to manipulate it around physically, but I don't want to have to be actively stirring it or anything to get this to work, that would seem like cheating. I'm having an atmosphere along with an ozone layer added to it next week since I'm not very good at surfing and wearing much beyond a wet suit would probably make it more challenging than I'm prepared for.
What should I do with this to make it surfable? Like with cresting waves of sufficient height and velocity to propel me and my surfboard across the surface like how surfers do it on water?
If it matters, it's Plantation Blackstrap Molasses, Organic and I've already removed it from the containers it came in (another reason I can't return it).
Ideas for what to do with this afterwards are welcome as well.