This is why you should never, EVER rely upon Wikipedia, people.
[...] in STRONG WHITE light [...]
This is why you should read more carefully.
it can't break the speed limit of light
I would say that you misread Einstein, Dr. Powell. May I call you Mark? You see Mark, what Einstein actually said was that nothing can accelerate to the speed of light because its mass would become infinite. Einstein said nothing about entities already traveling at the speed of light or faster.
Land use is only one aspect of environmental impact.
A good example: the Dutch claiming new land after removing water from it with... WIND POWER.
I'll repeat: Wind power is a joke.
OK, be a five year old and go on repeating it. You may especially want to repeat it to the XV century Dutch people!
they were stirring up that much dust and dirt
<morbo>Windmills don't work that way!</morbo>
YOU are a joke
But companies hiring based on this metric want to hear that you were administering 200+, 500+, whatever number of servers on a daily basis.
Is having an eye on 13.5 thousand machines OK? I manage that many*, but I made some tools for that.
* Several bitcoin mints.
I've raised above ranks of people that were much better technically than I was, but were afraid to stand up and give even a small presentation in front of a group of 10 people, or even their peers.
[We] use bad software and bad machines for the wrong things. -- R.W. Hamming