Fluffy clouds drifted by, travelling through the never-ending air and completing its role of the cloud's cycle. At a snail's pace, they would crawl along in the sea-blue sky and then lurch forward as if an immense wind would whack it at a huge magnitude! What really is puzzling is that nobody knows where the clouds end up. Do they just evaporate and be thrown onto the already huge heap of atmosphere that is surrounding us all the time? Or do they disappear to never be seen again? This will probably be a mystery forever more until some braniac will come up with some highly complicated theory that makes Relativity look like something a toddler could have thought of.

If you have an idea about where all the clouds go, please comment on this with your theory. Thank you.