FULLERENES - THE LINKS TO THE FACTS HISTORY OF & USES
06-28-14 The quest for effective radio-protectors has been underway for decades - New radio-protectors are tested under very stringent conditions.
In the Centre for Biological Studies in Pushchino (Russia), rats were exposed to X-ray doses causing a severe radiation disease and death of all animals. The use of fullerene water made for the survival of 15 % of animals.
The official preclinical studies in the Grigoriev Institute for Medical Radiology of the AMSU tested the effect of water at lower radiation doses. In the group where experimental rats were given ordinary water 37 % of the animals died after being exposed to radiation. Intake of fullerene water during 15 days (5 days prior to exposure and 10 day after it) made for the survival of 95 % of animals, the course of the radiation disease being significantly relieved.
In May 2011, the administration of the Institute for Physiologically Active Compounds addressed the government of Japan with an offer to help those who suffered from radiation exposure after the NPP Fukusima-1 accident.
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The Fullerene C60 was used to develop new CPU Transistors, mixed with other elements, because of the 6 electrical contact points, which enables the processor to use the 10 number system base 10, and not binary 1and 2 anymore. This is why you are seeing the exponential leap in computer Data gathering abilities.
07-07-14 – Shungite–Fullerenes for Water - Shungite is a unique combination of carbon and silicate minerals found in an ancient deposit in Karelia Russia.
Here is an excerpt that may have ramifications for Targeted Individuals
According to Russian research, fullerene-rich shungite has the ability to neutralize numerous forms of negative energy. It attenuates electromagnetic emissions essentially providing protection from electromagnetic fields. Shungite has been successfully used for many years in Russia to assist patients with depression, trauma, and other emotional and psychological disturbances. Special shungite chambers have been constructed for this purpose.
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Fullerene is a molecule consisting of carbon atoms and is the third after diamond and graphite allotropic form of carbon.
Fullerenes can be of a different type C60, C70, etc., depending on the content of carbon atoms. The most stable and best studied - is the C60, containing 60 carbon atoms.
Fullerene is the only molecular form of carbon, in contrast to the diamond and graphite, which are only crystalline forms with a certain spatial arrangement of carbon atoms in the lattice.
Nature brought together in one object, many contradictory concepts. Fullerene is a link between the organic and inorganic matter. This is the molecule, and the particle, and the cluster. The diameter of the molecule C60 is 1 nm.
If you look inside the fullerene, we find only an emptiness pierced by electromagnetic fields, containing "nothing" - a vacuum enclosed in a carbon shell, as in the original container. And the walls of the container do not allow penetration into it of any material particles (ions, atoms, molecules).
Fullerene molecule can be called a "vacuum bubble", which does not fit the well-known thesis that nature does not tolerate a vacuum. Vacuum and matter are two pillars of the universe that harmoniously united in one molecule.