Wind as a source of energy is not a new concept. While both Danes and Dutchmen boast of pioneering wind power, the use of wind dates back as far as 2,000 years ago to Greek mathematician Heron who created the wind-powered organ. Sailors may claim that the origin of sailboats may date even further back.
Today, wind energy has covers diverse areas, and is poised to enter a new one: airships.
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