2012-01-31 21:01:53NASA scientists expect more rapid global warming in the very near future (part 2)
Rob Painting
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Post is here. Considered cutting out the bit about standard deviations, but given that Mike Sweet's earlier post on Hansen et al's work seemed to fly over many commenters heads, probably best to keep it in - even if it is too long for my liking.  

2012-01-31 22:15:16
Kevin C

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It's good. The standard deviation bit seems long because the graphics are so big. Would it be possible to just put the figures side by side at 1/3 of the size - the information density in them is very low.

Otherwise just shrink and centre them.

2012-02-01 05:18:24
Rob Painting
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Didn't think of that Kev. See what I can do. Thanks.

2012-02-01 05:37:37
dana1981
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Figures 5 and 6 could use some captions.

2012-02-01 06:35:22
Rob Painting
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-Captions added.  

-Left those basic Gaussian pics as is, even though they are spacehogs. On 2nd thoughts, I feel it's one thing that we have failed to make explicit - these increased heatwaves are another indicator of continued global warming. Sucking eggs for you gals & guys, but not well understood at all by the general public.