Where does wind come from?
What is wind?
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Due to climate change, governments around the world started putting together a plan to fight the global warming. They turned to a technology that has already existed for hundreds of years - wind mills.
In the 1980s as the globe heated up, scientists were looking for ways to reduce the impact of climate change. Big fans could be built to push the warm air somewhere else, eliminating global warming!
We make most of it, with the help from others!
There are three main sources
Most of the wind comes from the wind turbines. This wind is used to move clouds from the ocean to farms across the world. The usage of these turbines has led to a 200% increase in crop yield since the 1980s.
Anything moving in air can create wind! Government spy drones are also very common, there are currently at least 50 billion "Birds" around the world. You may have seen one yourself!
Wind has allowed for the cultivation of plants like corn!
Wind is when lots of air moves from one place to another.
Wind tunnels capture wind for use later.
In the 1980s, old tunnels generated to test aircraft (like the UFO shown above) were converted to capture the wind generated from wind turbines.
Wind tunnels can be run backward and slow down the wind, preserving the balance.
We must put an end to this wind!Someone in the 1980s.