“I have gone back to 2006 and can confirm strong and continuous interest from the top twenty six universities in the world, all the way back. January and February 2006 were remarkable, with multiple visits from essentially the whole lot. ”
But you do not know who is looking, and it seems that they are not about to give themselves away by citing any of your rubbish!
“This coincides exactly with the era when the feedback sites were made public. That caused a huge spike of interest so it is quiet clear that what we are seeing is the tip of the iceberg.”
‘Quiet’? Is that a Freudian slip, acknowledging that the supposed interest is 100% illusory?
“I agree with Dave Burleigh, CEO of Annexa Inc., that the feedback sites must be protected to avoid link spamming. ”
It has not been done yet?! Well, that explains a lot.
“This vast amount of interest is what it is all about for me. I am not in this for money, career, power, job or fame. I am in it for science, the excitement of discovery, and the pleasure of seeing interest in one’s work. All AIAS can share the kudos.”
It is clear that there is no money, career, power, job or fame in your brand of pseudoscience. We fear for your well-being when it finally dawns upon you that there is no interest either.
“So the early wiki animosity has been rolled over by a steam tractor made up of the world’s best components. “Mother mother what is that / That looks like strawberry jam? / Hush hush my dear ’tis only pa /Run over by a tram”.
Nice, but to whom does it really apply?