January 19, 2021

Here’s why commercial flights follow the same overcrowded path while crossing the Atlantic Ocean

On an average summer night, around 1,500 flights traverse the Atlantic from the United States to Europe, and almost all take this one route...

1 comment:

  1. The geomagnetic Fatima Storm of 25 January 1938 comes to mind, also.

    The turbulence causing Arctic jetstream continues to slow in correlation with the homogenization of methane concentration throughout the atmosphere--methane release from glacier melt.

    Time is running out to charter a seat to go terraform Mars on SpaceX!