yeah, six miles, you can barely see them on this distance.
I'm not sure how, if you can see them or not, makes it better or worse. We are talking about the effect friction has on the wind, this has nothing to do with whether or not you can see them.
don't be hypocritical. when kiters need access to some beach it is always ecological to support the kiteboarding.
I fail to see how talking about the effect wind turbines may have on the wind is hypocritical
and I don't understand the rest of this sentence.
and if the windfarms in on the way of some kiteboarding spot it is always a waste of money and crime against the nature...
I also don't understand this fragmented sentence.
and showing some rubiks cube diagrams is not convincing much
The diagram clearly illustrates the effect friction has on the wind, the top model shows what happens when there is no friction, the bottom model shows what happens when there is friction... it is not a diagram of a Rubik's Cube.