We missed this story twelve days ago but this is still something worth noting and celebrating.
We can celebrate a remarkable milestone for a beacon of reason in the climate debate: Watts Up With That (WUWT) has surpassed an astounding 500 million pageviews!
For more than a decade and a half WUWT has been a stalwart in challenging the mainstream narrative on climate change, providing a platform for rigorous scientific discussion, and highlighting the inconsistencies and failures often glossed over by climate alarmists. This achievement is not just a testament to the quality of content and the dedication of its contributors but also to the discerning readers who seek truth over sensationalism.
In a world where alarmist headlines often overshadow rational discourse, WUWT has consistently provided a space for critical thinking and open debate.
This milestone is not merely a number; it’s a reflection of the trust and credibility WUWT has built over the years. It’s a reminder that there’s a vast audience out there hungry for balanced, well-researched, and honest perspectives on climate science.
As we celebrate this achievement, let’s also take a moment to reflect on the importance of free speech and open dialogue in science. The road to understanding is paved with questions, skepticism, and rigorous debate. WUWT has been a champion of this approach, and the 500 million pageviews are a testament to its success in fostering informed discussions.
Science thrives in openness. In a domain as complex and multifaceted as climate science, platforms like WUWT are essential to ensure that discussion is allowed.”
In conclusion, congratulations to Watts Up With That for this monumental achievement. Here’s to many more milestones, many more debates, and a continued commitment to truth and transparency in the realm of climate science.
Note: The counter in our sidebar says “hits” not pageviews which in the earlier Internet days meant every request to the server, including every image download, etc. This is not the case with this current version. Over the years we get a range of 1.5 million to 4 million pageviews a month which is absolutely congruent with the counter noting pageviews.