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Don't get me wrong, I greatly appreciate the fact that you're at least putting effort into sincerely arguing your points. It's an argument I've enjoyed having. It's just that your points are wrong and your reasons for thinking they're right are stupid.

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Buckyballs, extending MY life? It's freaking strange no matter how you cut it.

Started by Kai, April 20, 2012, 01:45:33 AM

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I guess my question is, did the rats really live five years? If that is true, then it bears investigating. Pet rats can live up to 5 years, but it's quite rare.
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Quote from: ZL 'Kai' Burington, M.S. on April 23, 2012, 02:53:38 PM
Also, read the comments.

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Quote from: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on April 21, 2012, 05:48:05 AM
I find it entertaining that something called 'buckyballs' has serious scientific applications. I am also interested in seeing where the research goes with this stuff.

Well.. buckyballs is better name then Buckminsterfullerene or C60 fullerene. :) Research so far went into more industrial area and this stuff has tone of applications (to name some). Many people actually tried to digest C60 on regular bases because its not that hard to obtain and many of them claimed a significant improvement in their overall health. On the other hand its too soon to know exactly what is going on in the body. Most probably buckyballs serves as an anti-oxidant. Fun fact: buckyballs can occur in nature after lightning strikes and meteor impacts. One of the meteors in Russia created soil very rich for this kind of material. They called the soil shungite and as far as you can date, people keep saying that water from the area have some magical and healing properties. :D

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Quote from: hrubes on December 08, 2017, 07:39:40 AM
Many people actually tried to digest C60 on regular bases because its not that hard to obtain and many of them claimed a significant improvement in their overall health. On the other hand its too soon to know exactly what is going on in the body. Most probably buckyballs serves as an anti-oxidant.

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