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Thursday, October 16, 2014

PLANET EARTH AND HUMANITY BLOG SITE

As I post this today:

     Sparkline 761,662

visitors have viewed this blog site.

They come from 216 countries.  The top ten:
1    





United States  
152,205
2.United Kingdom17,460

3.Canada13,916

4.India9,738

5.Germany8,417

6.Australia6,931

7.France6,331

8.Japan5,509

9.Philippines4,668

10.Netherlands3,520


These countries or Google sites have never clicked here:

Country   Visitors 
1.British Indian Ocean Territory0
2.Central African Republic0
3.Chad0
4.Christmas Island0
5.Comoros0
6.Falkland Islands0
7.Guinea-Bissau0

8.Kiribati0

9.Kosovo0

10.Montserrat0

11.Nauru0
12.Niue0
13.Norfolk Island0
14.North Korea0
15.Republic of the Congo0
16.Saint Helena0
17.Saint Martin0

18.Saint Pierre and Miquelon0
19.Sao Tome and Principe0
20.Sint Maarten0
21.South Sudan0
22.Svalbard0
23.Tokelau0
24.Turkmenistan0
25.Tuvalu0
26.Vatican City0
27.Wallis and Futuna

Anyone reading this posting know someone from those entities, please have them ping on:


Amazingly enough, more than a hundred different countries apparently visit this site each day and in some days approach 200.  27 February 2010 saw the most visitors:  3,356 viewers with 3,912 flag counter views, whatever the difference might be.  This was THE CHILE EARTHQUAKE.  In fact, natural disasters tend to draw the most viewers:


That first blip on the left is the HAITI EARTHQUAKE.

However, over the six years of this blog, certain postings accumulated more views, as for example, here are the top 20 (and some make no sense to me):
  1. THE WONDER OF QATAR  21271
  2. COUNTRY #15: BARBADOS  17785
  3. THE BEST PLACES IN THE WORLD (Part 25: Jewels of the American East)  12645
  4. THE FUTURE OF GEOTHERMAL ENERGY  8196
  5. CAN THE WHALE SHARK REPLACE CATTLE?   6792
  6. FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL AND END OF THE COLD WAR  6561
  7. ABOUT THAT GIANT FILIPINO CROCODILE  6072
  8. RECENT HUFFPOS  5708
  9. SNAKES IN HAWAII  5600
  10. SUNDAY BONBONS  5551
  11. THE MAGIC OF TRUFFLES  5390
  12. COUNTRY #13: BAHRAIN  5223
  13. SIMPLE SOLUTIONS FOR JAPAN  4935
  14. THE MASAI  4895
  15. INDIA SUCKS…*  4592
  16. WHERE ARE THE OSAKA WHALE SHARKS???  3968
  17. SIMPLE SOLUTION ESSAYS: The Venus Syndrome (Part 1)  3828
  18. HONOHONO AND CATTLEYA ORCHIDS  3513
  19. CAN YOU GET VIVID DREAMS WITH GARCINIA CAMBOGIA?  3211
  20. WHAT SPARKED THE ISLAMIC REVOLUTION?  3145
There are very few energy and environment postings on that list above.  Thus, at the encouragement of some of my friends and readers, I have expanded the coverage to anything I want, especially, travel, food and entertainment.  People seem to like whale sharks.  Actually, my SIMPLE SOLUTIONS for Humanity does get into most of these subjects, and I actually once had a whale shark project with Taiwan.  From day to day you don't expect what will be featured, mostly because I also don't until I turn on the computer.

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Ana remains a tropical storm, but will attain hurricane status later today or tomorrow.  Then the expectation is for a slight weakening when close to Honolulu from Saturday into Sunday:


There seems to be a slight shift south, which will be a relief for the Big Island, but bad for Oahu and Kauai, for this diminish the potential of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa dampening the winds.

There is a stronger ocean storm, Hurricane Gonzalo at 145 MPH, in the Atlantic.  Bermuda could be in grave danger, but the next near landfall would be Newfoundland:


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