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Fullerene Water
by
Dr. Richard Alan Miller, c2014
www.richardalanmiller.com
www.oak-publishing.com

The Quest:
A Revolutionary New Approach to Exposure to Lethal Doses of Radiation
The quest for effective radio-protectors has been underway for decades - New radio-protectors
are tested under very stringent conditions. Astronauts, for example, are exposed to extremely
high levels of radiation when crossing the Van Allen belt. The sun itself can blast the Earth with
X-band CMEs without warning.

Now there is another layer of radioactive particulate (from Fukushima) added (as a threat) to our
atmosphere. Weather itself tends to bring it down (rain, snow, storms), and many locations now
enjoy sporadic increases in normal background radiation (up to 10x).
The Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center (NETC) posts RadCon Level Alerts
that are updated every minute, anywhere in the world, at
http://www.netc.com/

A new concept in addressing these issues (and needs) is greater today than ever before.
Radiation levels have increased to such an extent, some form protection or supplement is needed
to address our changes in exposure.
Activate charcoal, and related carbon-based compounds, have always help a place in our
medicine chest. Enter the new Russian studies with fullerenes, a group of special carbon-form
structures which trap water inside specific geometric surfaces.
This is one of the newest directions around the nature and structure of water.

Fullerene Water:
Fullerene water seems to increase the liver’s capacity to detoxication and excretion of toxic
substances. To prevent hangover or mitigate its effects, it suffices to take several drinks of such
water before or after drinking alcohol. The same should be done in the event of a possible
hazard or food poisoning.
Preclinical studies in the National Pharmaceutical University of the MCU found that fullerene
water facilitates recovery of hemodynamic (blood flow) and trophic processes in the liver, and
has a pronounced hepatoprotective effect (liver).
Official clinical studies at the Kharkiv National Medical University involving treatment of
patients with chronic hepatitis of toxic origin with fullerene water demonstrated a significant
decrease in clinical manifestations of the disease, frequency of cytolysis syndromes, immune
inflammation and liver-cell deficiency. Fullerene water can be included in the combination
treatment of liver pathology with a viral and toxic etiology.
Preclinical studies have shown that water with carbon molecules demonstrates a cardio
protective effect by inhibiting myocardium intoxication and producing a pronounced normalizing
effect on the functional condition of the cardiac muscle.

In experimental alcoholisation models, fullerene water effectively protected animals from
alcohol’s toxic effect in the setting of prolonged chronic action of ethylene doses, prevented
injury of the tissues in the brain and liver – organs, which are the most exposed ones to the effect
of alcohol.
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.
Fullerene water is recommended for those who due to their professional activity or for
diagnostics purposes will be exposed, are being exposed or were exposed to ionizing radiation.
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.

Fullerene structure:
Dew-drops are formed during cooling of water vapor. When graphite vapor is cooled, carbon
atom “droplets” are also formed. These carbon balls were found in 1985.

Sixty carbon atoms form a sphere with a striking similarity to a football cover reduced by 200
million times. As the ball, the carbon molecule is hollow inside. Due to its similarity,
researchers wanted to call it footballene, but then, honoring the American architect and inventor
Fuller, it was named fullerene С60.
Flowers with five petals, sea stars, and human biomolecules are monosymmetrical. The
fullerene С60 molecule has six axes of symmetry. This is the only molecule in nature with such
unique symmetry.
It is worthy of note that these carbon molecules were found first in a laboratory and only then in
nature. They were found in the North Karelia shungites as well as in the fulgurites in the U.S.A.
and India. They are also present in some grades of activated carbon. In nature, fullerenes are
formed by lightning bolts, natural gas combustion and volcano eruptions.
Fullerenes were found in large quantities in space = in 2010, as gas, and then again in 2012, as
solids. In the summer of 2011, researchers published the results of investigating samples of air
above the Mediterranean Sea. Fullerenes were found in all 43 air samples taken from Barcelona
to Istanbul.

Water caged in Buckyballs
Fullerene is a molecule consisting of carbon atoms and is the third after diamond and graphite
allotropic form of carbon. They can be of a different type C60 (60 carbon atoms, from
graphene), C70, etc., depending on the content of carbon atoms.

The most stable and best studied is the C60, containing 60 carbon atoms. It 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.

Special Properties of Fullerene Water
Among the fundamental properties of fullerenes, which are apparent at the level of both cell and
whole organism, are its incredible antioxidant properties. They suppress the processes of peroxidation and free-radical oxidation.
They behave as the most powerful and most long-acting antioxidant known.
As a means of fighting with free radicals, so-called oxygen atoms lack a single electron, which
they take away from living cell. The antioxidant activity of fullerene has 1000x the effect of any
other known antioxidants (like vitamin E or β-carotene).
Thanks to its acceptor properties, fullerenes are able to selectively interact with other molecules.
When in a water environment, they transfer these properties in orderly layers of water at a
considerable distance from its surface. This filters and restructures the water in your body.

The restructuring of molecules within a carbon nanotube

Fullerenes normalize cellular metabolism, increase enzyme activity and increase the stability of
the cell, including its genetic apparatus to external influences (heat, viruses, etc.). As a result,
the regenerative ability of body tissues increases. It is believed that it is the geometric structure
itself that somehow restructures the water.
Fullerenes normalize the nerve processes, influencing the exchange of neurotransmitters,
improving the capacity of man and his resistance to stress. Besides, fullerenes have an explicit
anti-inflammatory and antihistamine effect, thus relieving pain, suppressing the development of
many allergic diseases and improving immunity.
Fullerenes function even in ultra-small doses (homeopathy), and these effect even after single
dose can last for months. Studies in this arena began with Dr. Rustum Roy (Penn State).
Fullerenes form nanotubes of carbon, and become superconductors

(Further study window) - optional
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Water Water Everywhere LIVE H2O Prof. Rustum Roy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8ajf_a9MRw
http://www.silverhealthinstitute.com/rustum-roy-waters-structure-colloidalsilver-new-vectors/
http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/water_man-937142-watereverywhere-live-h2o-how-homeopathy-works-dr-rustum-roy/
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB77E3660B551A0C8
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Fullerenes in Nature
Fullerenes exist everywhere in nature, and especially where carbon and high energy exist. They
exist near carbon stars, in interstellar space, in places where lighting has previously struck or
close to volcano craters. They even form when gas burns in the household gas cooker or in the
flame of a regular lighter.
Fullerenes have also been found in places of ancient carbon rock accumulation. The Karelian
mineral (Russia) - shungite - has a special place in this regard. These rocks, comprises of up to
80% of pure carbon, and are about 2 billion years old. The nature of their origin is still not clear.
One suggestion is that it was due to the impact of a large carbon meteorite.
In 1992, it was announced that natural fullerenes were found in shungite. By 1999, using the
ideology of obtaining hydrated fullerene water solutions, one laboratory succeeded in extracting
and identifying fullerene, but only C60, in high-carbon type I shungite.
Since the time of Peter I (Peter the Great), there has been a medicinal spring, known as “Marcial
waters” in Karelia. For many years, no one could ultimately explain the reason for the multiple
therapeutic properties of this spring. It was assumed that increased iron content is the cause of
its healing effect. Like many regional hot springs, it became famous for its healing properties.
But there are many springs containing iron and, and as a rule, the medicinal effects after their use
are rather limited. It was only when fullerenes were found in shungite rocks, which the spring
flows through; that the assumption came about that fullerene is the quintessence of the medicinal
effect of “Marcial water.”
When stored, these life-giving clusters disintegrate. Fullerenes do not dissolve in water
spontaneously. That is why there is no structure-forming element that is able to preserve ordered
water clusters for long periods. Such water soon takes on the properties of regular water. In
addition, the ions present rebuild native water structures themselves, forming their own hydrated
clusters.

Many pathological changes in a living organism are eliminated and can return to a normal,
healthy condition. This is not a medicinal preparation of purposeful action, nor a foreign
chemical substance, but just a carbon ball, dissolved in water.
It does so due to the restoration and maintenance of those structures it has generated as a matrix
in the process. When formed as a nanotube, they become filters for the body for such things as
radioactive particulates and other heavy metal ions.

Nanotube filter process

Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs)
Carbon nanotubes are forms of carbon (like diamond) with a cylindrical nanostructure.
Nanotubes have been constructed with length-to-diameter ratio of up to 132,000,000:1,
significantly larger than for any other material known at this time. And, have stronger bonds
than even diamonds
These cylindrical carbon molecules also have unusual properties. In particular, owing to their
extraordinary thermal conductivity and mechanical and electrical properties, carbon nanotubes
find applications as additives to various structural materials. For example, nanotubes form a tiny
portion of the material(s) in some (primarily carbon fiber), like baseball bats, golf clubs, or car
parts.

The structure of carbon nanotubes is actually stronger than in a diamond

Nanotubes are members of the fullerene structural family. Their name is derived from their long,
hollow structure with the walls formed by one-atom-thick sheets of carbon, called graphene.
These sheets are rolled at specific and discrete (mirror-image) angles, and the combination of the
rolling angle and radius decides the nanotube properties

2-dimenstional graphene structure

Nanotubes are categorized as single-walled nanotubes (SWNTs) and multi-walled nanotubes
(MWNTs). Individual nanotubes naturally align themselves into "ropes" held together by van
der Waals forces, more specifically, pi-stacking.

Multi-walled nanotubes

Shungite in water
When placed in water, the fullerenes in shungite attract and neutralize waterborne contaminants.
Shungite has been used commercially in Russia as a water purification media since the 1990s.
Among the list of contaminants it will remove include bacteria (and other microbes), nitrates,
heavy metals, pesticides, volatile organics, pharmaceuticals, chlorine, and fluoride.
Its ability to cleanse water goes far beyond carbon filtration as demonstrated by the water from
lake Onega near the shungite deposit in Russia. Water from the lake can be used today for
drinking without any prior treatment - the result of thousands of years of interaction with
shungite.
One of the reasons shungite has the ability to neutralize contaminants is because the fullerenes
composition can hold a tremendous amount of hydrogen. The stone has been documented to
have a high oxidative/reductive capacity. Shungite water is known for its antioxidant effects.
Commercial use of Shungite filters started back in 1990’s. During that time many experiments
and studies in regards to Shungite influence on a human body were conducted. Scientists came
to a conclusion that Shungite water is absolutely non-toxic. It was also proven that Shungite
water can be used without any prior boiling!

The water has a strong antibacterial effect. During the experiments, water was contaminated
with streptococcus of groups A and D. Experiment showed that only after half an hour in
shungite water the concentration of streptococcus group D decreased by the factor of a 100 and
group A by the factor of 900!
Shungite cleans water of various chlorine compounds, nitrates, copper, magnesium, iron, cleans
up visually dirty water, and eliminates sour taste. Shungite completely removes all heavy
metals, chlorine, and enriches drinking water in potassium.

A Space Elevator by 2050, using Carbon Nanotubes
Obayashi, a Japanese company, has announced they will have a space elevator up and running by
the year 2050. If successful it would revolutionize space travel and potentially transform the
global economy.
The Japanese construction giant says they will build a space elevator that will reach 96,000
kilometers into space. The company said the fantasy can now become a reality because of the
development of carbon nanotechnology.

Space Elevator by 2050

“The tensile strength is almost a hundred times stronger than steel cable so it’s
possible,” Mr Yoji Ishikawa, a research and development manager at Obayashi,
said. “Right now we can’t make the cable long enough. We can only make 3centimetre-long nanotubes but we need much more… we think by 2030 we’ll be
able to do it.”

Japan’s Elevator into Space using Carbon nanotubes

The more sinister directions of Carbon Nanotubes
(as weapons of war)
With the possibilities of fullerenes being able to act as a super anti-oxidant (radiation sickness),
and a space elevator, it also opens other door to the possibility of weapon of war. Here is where
my latest Internet research has led. I begin with some definitions in the physics involved.
The Neutron Bomb - A neutron bomb (Enhanced Radiation Weapon) is a low yield
fission-fusion thermonuclear weapon (hydrogen bomb) in which the burst of neutrons generated
by a fusion reaction is intentionally allowed to escape the weapon, rather than being absorbed by
its other components.
The weapon's radiation case, usually made from relatively thick uranium, lead or steel in a
standard bomb, are instead made of as thin a material as possible to facilitate the greatest escape
of fusion produced neutrons.

Compared to a pure fission bomb with an identical explosive yield, a neutron bomb would emit
about ten time the amount of neutron radiation. Enhanced radiation weapons also fall into this
same yield range and simply enhance the intensity and range of the neutron dose for a given
yield.
Pure Fusion Weapon - A pure fusion weapon is a hypothetical hydrogen bomb design
that does not need a fission "primary" explosive to ignite the fusion of deuterium and tritium,
two heavy isotopes of hydrogen.
Such a weapon would require no fissile material and would therefore be much easier to build in
secret than existing weapons. The necessity of separating high-quality fissile material requires a
substantial industrial investment (making plutonium), and blocking the sale and transfer of the
needed machinery has been the primary mechanism to control nuclear proliferation to date.
For many years, nuclear weapon designers have researched whether it is possible to create high
enough temperatures and pressures inside a confined space to fuse together deuterium and
tritium for the purposes of developing such a weapon.

Pure fusion weapons offer the possibility of generating very small nuclear yields and the
advantage of reduced collateral damage stemming from fallout because these weapons would not
create the highly radioactive byproducts associated with fission-type weapons.
Nano- Fusion Reaction - The most difficult aspect of hydrogen fusion is overcoming the
electrostatic forces that cause the hydrogen nuclei to repel each other. So a question is asked:
Would it be possible to place one of the nuclei inside some conducting sphere like a
Buckminsterfullerene so that the fullerene acts as a Faraday cage?
The fullerene would have an induced negative charge on the inner surface, and an induced
positive charge on the outer surface. When the second nucleus is brought nearby, the positive
charge on the outer surface will accumulate on the side of the cage further away, and some
negative charge would accumulate on the side closer to the outside positive charge.
Would this setup effectively weaken the strength of the electric field that either one of the nuclei
encounters? You don't even need to construct a shell. Drop an electron on orbit with a proton,
and you get a hydrogen atom. That electron shell already neutralizes the proton's charge. That is
why you can stick two hydrogen atoms together.
The problem is the size difference. P rotons are on the order of femtometer. Hydrogen atom is
on the order of an angstrom. That's 10,000 times too big. And the reason for that is electron's
mass. They are just too light. What you need is a particle with similar properties, but
significantly heavier. And we now have one.

The trouble is, a muon has a very short half-life, and are difficult to produce in high quantities
without high energy losses. If we could find a way to produce a muon at near 100% efficiency,
we could easily have cold fusion.

These weapons would be lethal not only because of their explosive force, which could be large
compared to bombs based on chemical explosives, but also because of the neutrons they
generate. The neutrons may cause substantially more casualties than the explosive blast, as in a
neutron bomb.
Muon-catalyzed fusion (μCF) is a process allowing nuclear fusion to take place at
temperatures significantly lower than the temperatures required for thermonuclear fusion, even at
room temperature or lower. It is one of the few known ways of catalyzing nuclear fusion
reactions.
Muons are unstable subatomic particles. They are similar to electrons, but are about 207 times
more massive. If a muon replaces one of the electrons in a hydrogen molecule, the nuclei are
consequently drawn 20 times closer together than in a normal molecule. When the nuclei are
this close together, the probability of nuclear fusion is greatly increased, to the point where a
significant number of fusion events can happen at room temperature.

Current techniques for creating large numbers of muons require large amounts of energy, larger
than the amounts produced by the catalyzed nuclear fusion reactions. This prevents it from
becoming a practical power source.
Moreover, each muon has about a 1% chance of "sticking" to the alpha particle produced by the
nuclear fusion of a deuterium with a tritium, removing the "stuck" muon from the catalytic cycle,
meaning that each muon can only catalyze at most a few hundred deuterium tritium nuclear
fusion reactions.
So, these two factors, of muons being too expensive to make and then sticking too easily to alpha
particles, limit muon-catalyzed fusion to a laboratory curiosity. To create useful roomtemperature muon-catalyzed fusion reactors would need a cheaper, more efficient muon source
and/or a way for each individual muon to catalyze many more fusion reactions.
Muon-catalyzed fusion is a well established and understood fusion mechanism. Although it is
also a relatively low temperature process, it is distinct from cold fusion.

Fusion Process in Nature

Abstract: A nano-fusion reactor comprised of nano-particles such as carbon
based nanotubes, endohedral fullerenes and other nano materials encapsulating
fusible fuels such as the hydrogen isotopes, deuterium, and tritium. The nanodevices encapsulate the fusible materials and ignite fusion reactions which in
some of the embodiments consume the nano-fusion reactor device requiring the
replenishment of these devices so to continue the fusible reactions. The reactions
can be controlled and scaled through modulated presentation of fusion targets to
the ignition chamber. The fusion reactions are ignited in the embodiments
through one or more of the applied forces in the fusion reactor: electromagnetic
compressive, electrostatic, and thermo. These applied forces in conjunction with
the extreme structural strength, the ablation forces and purity of the nano-fusion
device produces maximum forces necessary for the production of a shock wave on
the nano-encapsulated device to ignite one or a plurality of fusion reactions. The
lower ignition energy is due to a smaller device with less fuel, more efficient
coupling of applied energy by the nano-device, along with purer encapsulated
fuels, and improved geometries has provided improvements over conventional
ICF reactions. ...
http://www.faqs.org/patents/app/20080247930

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