Global climate change has caused the weather to go topsy turvy within a couple of years. The resultant flight path difficulties for various airlines are getting to be a little too much.
Global warming has wreaked havoc on the system of winds that are extant throughout the atmosphere surrounding the planet. They say that the wind bloweth where it listeth. But now things have gone from bad to worse and the chaotic result is pandemonium in the air.
The flight paths of airliners are getting to be a headache for the pilots who are not used to such erratic wind patterns.
Scientists at an Oceanography Research Center have detected a link between the weather conditions and airliner stability in the empyrean heights. A cybernetic loop is there alright connecting all the variables so that the polluting effects of airplanes and the phenomenon of climatic change go hand in hand.
And though the direct relationship between carbon emissions and globar warming is there, there are other side effects such as long waiting times at airports for passengers and even cancellations of flights due to inclement weather.
The winds howling at the upper levels of the atmosphere are responsible for most of this “situation normal absolutely fouled up”. And of course as everyone knows the lengthier the flight timings the more the fuel consumption that is required to complete the journey from here to there and back.
This works in a re-additional manner and thus leads to greater emissions and more haphazard weather. While individual flights don’t consume so much extra fuel due to these delays and lengthier travelling times, the overall air travel industry is feeling the pinch alright.
Little by little the drops of fuel add up over several thousands of airliners until we have a crisis on our hands.
But the fact of the matter is that airliners are not the only polluting agents on our planet. There are a thousand and one other causes and altogether these combine to cause a lot of damage to Mother Nature. And we all know that when Mother Nature fights back, human beings will be the first ones to face extinction.
Everyone deserves equal blame from the automobile industry to the man burning a bunch of leaves in his backyard. We are all in it together and individual action will be the only solution to this ultimate riddle of riddles.
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This study published Monday in the journal Nature Climate Change.