Gamma Spectroscopy Raw Data Rainwater Sample

I have added the following notice to, “Gamma-Spectroscopy Results of Colorado Radioactive Freak Rain: Fukushima’s Fissioning Mini-Sun on the Edge of the Pacific Ocean is COMPLETELY OUT OF CONTROL“:  July 10, 2015 – Added Nuance and word of caution:  Upon further scrutiny of the raw data, some of the radioisotopes listed as “de facto detected” may need to be scrapped.   I don’t think the final conclusion (re. ongoing fission) is incorrect, but some aspects of the below are bound to contain some misinterpretations due to my amateur level of understanding, and continuing to learn as I go.  I will link here when I write more about what I’ve learned.   Please go to the comment section to contribute to increasing my ability to better interpret the raw data.  Thanks.”

In this post I offer the raw data in full for the rainwater sample, just like I also fully disclosed the raw data for my lichen sample in, “Gamma Spectroscopy Raw Data Lichen Sample.”

I am offering this to any and all independent researchers to scrutinize.  If you spot anything unusual, unnatural or detections that hint of recent fission events, please leave a comment with your observations.  Thank you.

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Raw Data:

Rainwater_1 Rainwater_2 Rainwater_3 Rainwater_4 Rainwater_5 Rainwater_6— — — — — — —   — — — — — — —   — — — — — — —

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