Flyover for flights can outfashion runways


30 February, 0071: In today’s world of pollution and exhaustion, any idea which brings about a greener change is widely accepted and cherished. The flyover for flights was such an idea. It can reduce fuel consumption during flights by 90%, pollution by 43.6%, requirement of skilled labour by 67.3%, reduce unemployment by 29%, increase forest cover by 14.7% and reduce accidents by 99.651% but, and a supercalifragilisticallyexpialidociously large “but”, increase construction costs by 6499266.102% and travel time and cost by 728910.63%.

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Engineers have decided to build long flyovers connecting all the cities of the world for the purpose of movement of flights and not vehicles. “Flights”, they said, “should be on flyovers.” This way flights will never leave the contact from ground and would reduce energy consumption and chances of accidents. Runways would be useless. With the fastest speed you can reach London from New York in just 538 days 23 hours 42 minutes and 19.674 seconds.
Engineers are looking forward to this modification as the change that would change the world!

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Editor-in-chief
Antarctica Daily
Website: http://www.antarcticadaily.weebly.com

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Cycles must have Seat Belts, warns Transport Corporation(TC)


30 February, 0067: The verdict has been passed. Anyone seen not wearing seatbelts on their cycles will be prosecuted.

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The Yellow Seat belts

With a phenomenal increase in the number of accidents in the last decade, the TC passed the basic safety law prohibiting use of helmets and promoting use of Sea Belts. From now on every cycle and bike would have their seats tied to the handles by plastic seat belts. This would not only ensure safety, but will also result in utter hindrance of cyclic enthusiasm in cyclists compelling them to either relocate slower than snail or abandon the very practice and helpful habit of cycling.

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Editor-in-chief
Antarctica Daily
Website: http://www.antarcticadaily.weebly.com