Kamikuza wrote:What is wind?
*Nods head* Yes, that is a deep question. Profound, actually. If we examine it from a scientific standpoint, it is currents in the atmosphere caused by the uneven heating of the earth by the sun, creating areas of high pressure from which the molecules of air move, towards areas of lower pressure. Added to this, the spin of the Earth, and the gravitational pull of the moon contribute a certain unpredictability...
Oh wait, did you mean philosophically?
I think we are going to have to find a way to ressurect Socrates or Plato for this one. Actually, Anaximander would be a better choice with his ideas on the constant conflict and balance of earth, air, fire and water. Maybe he could help us clear it up.