The post is intriguing for me for the unusual amount of aphids that fly in the wind, but quite uninformative from a biological point of view. My preferred sentence is about what happens if aphids fall into your eye: “Aphids can cause problems in eyes. Civil surgeon Dr NK Trivedi told Free Press that these insects bred on crops. Farmers sprinkle pesticides on crops for better harvest, due to this when insects enter into someone’s eyes, they create irritation and eyes get red. The doctor said one should not rub his eyes after the insect enters it. Cold water should be splashed to cool the irritation in eyes”. Are you sure? It seems to me that pesticides are not involved at all, but just an insect body in your eye could be not funny… even if a single aphid is not a giant insect!