The last blog post I posted that Stat Badger (see the blog before this one to explain) had hit an amazing number.
Stan Romanek Wikipedia page was written in early 2012 by GSoW. The page was a very very low viewed page with 75 page views a day. Then one day in July it hit over 42K. That was just one day. Since its creation in 2012 the page has been viewed 609,247 times.
Netflix brought fame to another Wikipedia page, What the Health. A GSoW fan on Facebook brought this to our attention. The documentary was released in March 2017, it criticizes dairy and meat diets, and supports only veganism. At the time we were made aware of this Wikipedia page, there was no criticism of the claims being made on the page. And very little notable criticism existed on the Internet at all. I asked Science Based Medicine blogger Harriet Hall to please research the documentary and write something up. She did, telling me that "I owe her 2 hours of her life back". GSoW editor Rob Palmer and others spent weeks keeping the notable criticism on the page, Since we took on this the page has been viewed 263,680 times.
Another major achievement was for GSoW editor Adam Kumiszcza to finish GSoW training, then he went wild. He is our only Polish editor and when he heard that the European Skeptics Congress would be held in Wroclaw, Poland this September, he started translating and creating new pages in English and Polish. He is responsible for 26 pages all released in 2017. In total these pages have brought in 36,646 page views.
Here is the funding page and the list for all the places I (and the others that are touring with me) will be speaking at.
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