ReptileEvolution.com passes one-million hits this year

I’ve been a bit under the weather lately and looking for new subjects to cover. Any ideas out there?

So, it comes as a nice surprise that ReptileEvolution.com just passed the one millionth hit.

One million hits on ReptileEvolution.com. July was the big month, thanks to Darren Naish and several thousand curiosity seekers.

One million hits on ReptileEvolution.com. July was the big month, thanks to publicity generated by Darren Naish and several thousand curiosity seekers. Otherwise numbers have been fairly steady with some ups and downs. 

PterosaurHeresies.com and ReptileEvolution.com are specialty sites, interesting to just a few hundred daily paleofans out there. I thank you for your interest. I thank for your support. And I appreciate all your comments. They help make the science more valid and precise.

Best regards,

Dave Peters

 

3 thoughts on “ReptileEvolution.com passes one-million hits this year

  1. Have you considered posting about your thoughts re. Cladogenesis vs. anagenesis and how parsimony analyses have competing valid ways of analyzing the data?

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