Of the 365 posts of the year, and 2,482,547 pageviews from the 1,564,431 visitors, the 10 most popular posts of the year as defined by pageviews are as follows, and represent 25% of all MSB views of the year.
#10 (21,772 PageViews)
North Pole Shift races and speeds up while South Pole Shift slows down to a crawl. See the images and graphs that illustrate the remarkable difference.
Pole Shift: North Races, South Crawls
#9 (23,274 PageViews)
Some observations of the Comet Elenin occurrence as it related to an alignment with earth.
Comet Elenin Alignment September 26, 2011
#8 (26,574 PageViews)
A planetary alignment which occurred during May seemed like a fun circumstance to report on, given the popularity of the category.
Planetary Alignment, May 2011
#7 (27,695 PageViews)
I thought it would be fun to put a twist on the notion of melting arctic ice, and highlighted a few facts regarding the apparent ‘increasing’ ice ‘depth’ of late. It was a narrow window of observation, comparing ice depth during previous winter months, but it generated lots of controversy.
70 Trillion cubic feet of New Arctic Ice
#6 (28,466 PageViews)
While doing my own personal investigation, I used the data to write a post providing a general picture of the differences in state taxes around the country.
Lowest to Highest Taxes by State
#5 (31,114 PageViews)
The nuclear disaster in Japan generated lots of interest, and this post brought lots of curious folks to the site.
Jet-Stream Animation, Japan to USA, Fallout?
#4 (34,579 PageViews)
When the U.S. recalled all of their ambassadors, it seemed highly unusual to me (it never has happened before), so I raised some questions about why this may have been done.
All Ambassadors Called Back to Washington!
#3 (43,195 PageViews)
The occurrence of Comet Elenin generated lots of curiosity in the blogosphere. This post illustrates an alignment during September that many felt had some significance.
Comet Elenin September 29, 2011, Alignment
#2 (68,162 PageViews)
It was interesting to discover the rapid increase of magnetic north pole shift of late when compared with historical data. The data doesn’t lie, and ‘something’ is happening…
Alarming NOAA data, Rapid Pole Shift
#1 (285,507 PageViews)
With 1,562 comments to the article itself, the most popular post of 2011 by far was this one, which essentially is a string of updates of the Fukushima-Japan nuclear plant meltdown following the massive earthquake and tsunami.
West Coast USA Danger IF Japan Nuclear Reactor Meltdown
Popular posts 11 – 20
Four Survival Guns
55 Preparedness Items
Another Quake Rocks Christchurch New Zealand
Something is Wrong, Volcano Eruption in Chile
Total Inches Of Snow In Boston So Far
Hurricane Irene Tracking Map and Impact
Comet Elenin Close Encounter With Earth
Strong Earthquake Rocks East Coast USA Virginia
U.S. Nuclear Power Plants Safe Distance
Hurricane Irene Eyes New England, Cape Cod, Boston
Popular posts 21-30
What In The Sky Is Google Hiding?
Pole Shift and Earthquakes Today
End Of The World and What To Believe
Radiation Geiger Counter, Radiation Network
FEMA Says Get A Survival Kit
March 2011 Planet Killer Asteroid
Home Remedy For Upset Stomach
Sudden Activity at Katla Volcano
Planetary Alignment Intersects Gulf of Aden
Erratic Sunspots Smash NOAA Predictions