15 years

Happy Birthday, JunkScience.com!

April 1, 2011 marks 15 years of JunkScience.com. Thanks to the millions and millions who have spent their valuable time with us!

Steve Milloy, Publisher

No matter what side of the debate you are on, I urge WUWT readers to visit today and leave some congratulations. – Anthony

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19 thoughts on “15 years

  1. Junkscience.com isn’t 100% right, but they’re usually more right than the people they blast. At the very least, they make you ask questions, and questioning the universe is what science is supposed to be about.
    ‘Grats to Milloy.

  2. Thanks Steve Milloy. When I started my research about “CO2 drives the climate”, I came upon your web site which lead me to Climate Audit, which lead me to surfacestateion.org, which lead to WUWT, Icecap and list goes on. Again thanks.

  3. IIRC the first report of Steve and Ross’s work I saw was on Junkscience, shortly after they were published.

  4. Odd coincidence as today is my 15th anniversary with my employer. But in any case, I have been reading Junk Science for nearly all of those 15 years and also discovered surface stations and this blog from Steve’s site.

  5. A highly recommended site. ALthough Global Warming may appear to ahve dominated this site for the last few years, Steve Malloy covers all occurances of Junk Science in many different fields. Very informative.

  6. Interesting, I re-posted my same post here on Milloy’s site, it was deleted.
    Dude, it was a congrats, just because I’m saying I sometimes disagree doesn’t change the praise. Disagreement can be praise in itself.

  7. Well i must admit that it was Junkscience which for me was to switch sides, and that was somewhere in 2005. I still think that we can do a better job in taking care of this planet, but please without the hysterics and downright lies from the other side, thank you.
    So yes, thanks Steve, reality is somewhere in the middle, lets not stray to far from that path.

  8. I first became aware of shortcomings in the CAGW mantra at junksc,ience.com and then discovered Climate Audit and WUWT. At WUWT I discovered The Chiefio, The Air Vent, Lucia’ Blackboard, etc., not to mention the Dark Side of the Farce at (un)RealClimate.
    Congrats to JunkScience, and indeed to all the bloggers who’ve managed to survive (so far) the current scientific dark age.

  9. Junkscience was the first site I went to when I became interested in the idea that global warming may be false. It’s testament to the site that I STILL visit there every month to read all the temp stats. Congrats on 15 years.

  10. I have been a regular reader of junkscience.com for a few years. I enjoyed having a list of all the previous days science/politics on one page. Now Steve Milloy has changed the format, there doesn’t seem to be much there any more. Sadly, I no longer bother going there.

  11. You’re telling me that JunkScience is just an April Fool’s joke that has gone horribly, horribly wrong, right?

  12. And fraternal greetings to other spindowns as Great Soviet Encyclopedia celebrates 85 years of home schooling in Siberia

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