Originally Posted by Coyote
Jinin disappears and Konan appears in place of him.
In the real world, wind is the perceptible natural movement of the air, especially in the form of a current of air blowing from a particular direction.
In Narutoverse, Wind or Fūton is one of the five natural elements in the Naruto universe. Fūton is weakest against Katon, as the oxygen is drawn from the wind and used to fuel the flames, and is strongest against Raiton as it is a natural insulator, being able to contain and restrict the sharpness of the Raiton. Fūton may be combined with other basic elements to enhance the power of an attack or defense. When combined with Katon, the oxygen within the Fūton is used to enlarge the flames and the intensity of the heat, while combining it with Suiton will increase the overall strength of waves and tides or can be used to create giant rotating walls of water (Typhoon Water Vortex Technique). As said, this element takes on wind based attacks. Examples of possible techniques would be creating a large gust of wind to push back the target or make a sudden dome of air to block off an incoming projectile weapon. The Hyouton (Ice) element and Jinton (Dust) element are both variations of the Wind element. They are considered advanced elements however and are passed down via kekkei genkai and kekkai tota(in Jintons' case). Fuuton is the best element for mid-long ranged fighters. Most shinobi from the Wind Country possess this element. However they are not the only ones, the main character of the series, Naruto is one of the most notable wind users and has created one of the most powerful wind techniques.
The wind's kinetic energy can be harness in order to convert into another form of energy such as electricity, in the real world. This form of energy is much more Eco-friendly and can provide electricity in places where wind is abundant. It is gaining worldwide popularity as a large scale energy source, although it still only provides less than one percent of global energy consumption.
Sorry if the last part wasn't on topic, but I felt like that should be added.