When Clouds Behave Like The Sea
As a child, one of my early dreams was to touch the clouds. The number of films and TV series that involved flying superheroes might have been one of my greatest influences. In my first time riding an airplane, I almost threw a fit because I wanted to open the window because I badly want to touch the clouds.
The size, frequency, and speed of an ocean wave is essential for a surfer to smoothly ride the wild waves. We all know that clouds are basically made up of water, so it’s technically a sea above as well. When a cloud behaves like a sea and its wave, will it affect the smooth flight of the planes surfing above the clouds?