One of the commenters on Dr. Curry's blog wanted me to simplify the chaotic patterns of various tropical ocean reconstructions compared with the EPICA CO2 record and the 65N solar insolation model. It is not all that easy for me to do, but I gave it a shot. Because the samples of the the various SST data have different ages determined by C14 carbon dating and the number of samples per time period vary, the "Average" SST is at best a rough estimate. What I did was average 10k year ranges and then average the averages. While I think I have the done that without too many mistakes, I am not guaranteeing the accuracy or even the relevance of the reconstruction. It is just an illustration of the mystical chaotic interactions of widely space ocean heat capacities. Because of the inconsistent ages of the samples, the age of the "average" varies by +/- 3K years roughly, so be careful.
UPDATE: This is a average that uses only data within ~2000 years where all series have valid data for that period. The plots are steps showing transitions between sample and not smoothed. There is a little difference between the two, but not that much.
Note the 250 5.35 is the log CO2 relationship showing relative CO2 forcing just for fun.