why aircraft cant land in the sky?
- VamanLv 76 months ago
Land=ground=earth=ground. None of these exist in the sky. So it can not land in the sky.
- MARKLv 76 months ago
So you want to know why aircraft are unable to talk hypocritically and sanctimoniously about something in the sky. Your question makes no sense.
I suspect you just could not be bothered to insert the required apostrophe between the 'n' and 't' of 'cant'. There is a very good reason why aircraft cannot LAND in the sky. Try to think where that verb TO LAND derived from. Aircraft LAND on LAND.
- CRRLv 76 months ago
Because it would have to land upside down on the dome of the sky; and then it would fall off.
- Jeffrey KLv 66 months ago
There is no land in the sky.
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- PhotonXLv 76 months ago
Cant and can't are two different words, so your question makes no sense in two ways. (Is that extra keystroke really just too much for you to handle?)
- D gLv 76 months ago
LANDING by definition coming onto LAND
AIR by definition GASEOUS and NOT LAND
HENCE you cannot LAND on something that is NOT LAND
YOU might say why can you land on an AIR CRAFT carrier then .
basically a boat is a FLOATING self propelled ISLAND
- 6 months ago
TROLL ALERT. Don't take the bait folks.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Why can't we fly in the ground?