Following JFs example, I’ve created a rather more useful comparison: see . Proof that weasels are more popular than stoats. Isn’t technology wonderful?
It’s understandable really: somehow “let’s pin a tail on it and call it a stoat” doesn’t sound the same.
Also, Lubos and Motl are more popular than Real Climate, Stoat, and Mustelid.
They moved the Lumometer away from concrete and the LumoHeatIsland, which proves there is no LumoWarming.
Yeah… that’s because ‘stoat’ is a peculiar British-ism. We don’t have stoats in North America: we have weasels, no matter what their taxonomic status. (I didn’t even learn the meaning of ‘stoat’ until I was in my teens.)
Maybe while you’re at it, you can calculate the relative citation frequency of people named ‘Randy’ in the UK and N.Am.!
Dear Dano, a small problem with your query is that I am the Google’s #1 Lubos and #2 Motl, while you are very far from being Google’s Dano. Best, LM
Comedy is always more popular.
I’ve deliberately skewed my query, Lubos, and I won’t give you the data to audit, because I have an agenda to present Dano in a hockey-stick shape and to show the permafrost isn’t melting despite your popularity.
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