Most Read Wee Flea Articles in 2017

Its been a busy year on The Wee Flea.  I love stats and figures….so I had a check of what has been happening…

On average there are over 2000 reads every day and 1,000 visitors.  The busiest day is Monday and the busiest hour 9pm.

Every country in the world, bar 5 (North Korea, Greenland, Western Sahara, Central African Republic, Congo and Turkmenistan) has visited.

The top ten countries are:

  1. UK
  2. USA
  3. Australia
  4. Canada
  5. Ireland
  6. South Africa
  7. New Zealand
  8. France
  9. Germany
  10. The Netherlands
  11. India
  12. Spain

The most read articles in 2017 are:

  1. A Cry in the Dark? Dear Meryl…
  2. Is Gay Sex a Sin?
  3. Tragedy in Lewis – A Pastoral Response
  4. Why Creflo Dollar is not Welcome in Scotland
  5. Is Donald Trump the Christian President?
  6. The Tory Rape Clause and the Descent of Scottish Politics
  7. Elevation Church – The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
  8. When Yes Means No – Daily Mail Article – March 15th 2017
  9. Victoria and Abdul – Re-Writing History to indoctrinate Todays Society
  10. Ricky Gervais v Stephen Colbert – The Real Answers- An Open Letter

 

3 thoughts on “Most Read Wee Flea Articles in 2017

  1. Thanks David for your efforts during the year. I hope you’ll continue with your blogging during 2018. We need your well written insights during these times.

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  2. The Wee Flea doesn’t do ecology, Unfortunately, but I suspect that in retrospect the biggest story of 2017 may turn out in hindsight to be the publication of a paper showing that there was a 76% decline in flying insect biomass between 1989 and 2016. This study was carried out in protected areas of Germany but reflects what many other s have observed and it reflects also the decline in the populations of many insect-dependent animals such as birds.

    The attitude of all too amny Evangelicals in the western world appears to be that humans are set apart from nature. That may be true in some ways but we need food, and good luck with growing any when the pollinators and the organisms that break up the soil and aereate it are all dead.

    http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0185809

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