International Visitors to Atomic Insights
A few days ago, I posted a map overlay of the US visitors to Atomic Insights for a thirty day period. One commenter asked for information about international visitors. Here is a screen capture of one of the useful reports provided by Google Analytics about Atomic Insights. During the past 30 days, visitors from 98 countries have stopped by at least one time. The total visitor population is a bit over 14,000 with exactly 10,000 of those coming from the United States.
Of course, I am always interested in ways to attract new visitors, so if you happen to mention Atomic Insights to a friend or two, I would be grateful. As always, if you have trouble making out the details in the image, just click on it to bring a larger version.
Thanks for posting. 😀 Very interesting. I’ll be sure to pass your website on.
Expressed as visitors per 100 000 people the numbers instead look like this for the top 5 countries by visitors:
1. 3.3 visitors per 100 000 US citizens.
2. 3.1 visitors per 100 000 australians.
3. 2.9 visitors per 100 000 canadians.
4. 2.1 visitors per 100 000 swedes.
5. 0.79 visitors per 100 000 UK citizens.
If you disaggregate the US into states I think you’ll find that curiously several countries have a lot higher “visitor-density” than several US states.
As always, Rod, you are an inspiration. I link to your website often!
The Common Wealth Countries have an unusual interest in nuclear.
http://www.newilluminati.blog-city.com Article: “The Clem Engine Reborn….” This comes from the Australian Rain Forrest near Melbourne. And not all are western oriented with Vladimir I. Vysotskii attending the American Chemical Society Confirence in San Francisco March 21-25. He detects X-Rays and 4He in a water Jet Cavitation in Kiev similar to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Study with a similar result. 10-20 years away? I don’t think so! Fusion Energy is on the fast track contraty to hydrocarbon energy industry hype.
Interest in Nuclear is not restricted to this forum. See this from New Energy Times and the Defense Intelligence Agency.
I think Rod will agree there is a renewed interest in nuclear albeit not all fission but a little fusion in the mix.
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