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When I was a kid there were huge trees opposite our house. Unsurprisingly I thought that the wind was caused by the trees waving about!
When I was six or seven, I used to watch the tall cottonwood trees waving against the cloud filled sky. I thought the trees waving caused the wind to blow.
When I was a little girl, I really disliked being out in the wind - I thought I would get blown away. And I especially hated being near trees, as I was convinced it was their waving about which was causing the wind in the first place. To this day, I'm still a bit nervous about going near trees when it's stormy!
In agreement with an earlier post, I also thought that trees created the wind, and I used to beleive that it would never be windy where there were no trees around. I was soon to find out that I was wrong though!
When the wind blows, tree branches wave: that was pretty obvious. It was equally obvious that trees, therefore, cause the wind. That was considerably before TV and 24 hour weather reporting took the mystery out of weather phenoms.
I used to think that the wind was caused by all the trees waving about.
Up until very recently my girlfriend believed that "the trees make the wind". It came to light because I live on a lake and we were talking about how its frequently windy there; she was convinced it was because it was surrounded mostly by trees.
I truly believed that trees created wind by moving their branches; after all, branches always move when there is wind!
My brother thought the trees made the wind...logical.
I used to believe that trees made wind.
I used to believe that the trees moving caused the wind to blow.
I used to think that the trees made the wind. Whenever we were outside on a really windy day i would get so angry and frustrated and scream at the trees to stop it!!!!
As a small child I must have believed that trees were highly flexible since they were responsible for creating the wind when they thrashed around.
I used to believe that rustling leaves made the wind blow.
I used to believe trees made wind. I'd see them blowing around and think they were doing it by themselves to cool down the world.
I once thought that trees swaying in the wind was causing the wind, acting as fans.
like many people, i used to believe that trees swaying was the cause of wind. so, naturally, i was very confused when i saw the prince of egypt in the desert seen where it is very windy. How could there be wind when there were no trees around? i took the question to my dad, who looked confused for a moment, laughed, then explained.
I used to believe that the trees made the wind. My logic was based on learning that trees are living things and since their leaves would flutter and the trees would sway when it was windy, I believed that the trees where making the wind.
i used to think that when wind came, since trees sway, that trees made the wind, and i used to get mad when i looked at the sky.
I used to think that the trees moving about created the wind. And that thunder was the clouds having an argument and banging together.