The latest TIME magazine features an interesting exchange with billionaire inventor James Dyson (the British guy with the newfangled vacuum cleaner). This portion of the conversation follows Dyson’s explanation of his interest in airflow and fluid dynamics.

Yet you’re not interested in wind power.
If you cover the whole of Britain in windmills, you’ll generate less than 15% of its current energy requirements. I’m keen on nuclear. Of course, it’s got to be safe.

It’s nice to read about someone who understands the silliness of touting wind power as a viable alternative to current energy sources.