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Why do clouds move?

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Clouds move because of the upper air drafts that circulate because of rotation of the earth's axis around the sun. (a.k.a. convection)

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Convection: Heat transfer in a gas or liquid by the circulation of currents from one place to another. (Your answer doesn't seem to match that...)
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Well, convention still has something to do with it. Look it up for further information - excuse any mistakes. I ain't perfect. (:
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Lol I learned it a while ago
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Understandable - I learned about that last year and I must have forgotten it! (: Thank you for the correction, however.
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let's see could it be the wind

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Clouds are dense vapour and moved by wind.

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I think it's the wind pushing them along.

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because the earth moves i think lol

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wind

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It's impossible to tie them down.......the rope just slips through them.

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