The recently discovered room temperature superconductivity (RTSC) in carbonaceous sulfur hydride reveals the promise of a new superconducting technological era. Since the publication of that report, there has been discussion and debate about this technology. In particular, Hirsch et al. argue that all the recently discovered superconducting hydrides are incorrect, incorrectly interpreted, or point to BCS theory being wrong. A recent publication regarding the RTSC discovery argues that more detailed information about the RTSC discovery is needed. This manuscript aims to respond to this concern by providing the raw data under question as well as providing discussion regarding other aspects of this new RTSC for the sake of the broader scientific community.