In 1994, a research team pioneered the development of a technology for “fitting” carbon С60 molecules into spherical water clusters.

The “football” of carbon С60 fits very well into the natural water cluster. By arranging itself in the sphere centre, the carbon molecule restrains Н2О molecules. The flickering clusters become stable and do not decay when heated in a closed space to 120 ?С. They withstand freezing-thawing in liquid nitrogen at -196 ?С.

The water molecules surrounding the carbon molecules have the same isotopic composition. Hydrogen has two stable isotopes: protium 1H and deuterium 2H; oxygen has three isotopes: 16O, 17O and 18O. The 1H216O molecule is the lightest one among all other ones. Water consisting of such molecules is called light or protium water. This water forms the water cluster around the “most beautiful molecule in the Universe”. The carbon molecule does not form clusters with other water molecules. Fullerene water facilitates the organism’s saturation with light water and washing out of “heavy” water molecules.

Fullerene water was studied for eighteen years in research centres in Ukraine, Russia, the U.S.A., France, Germany, Hungary and Turkey. The study results were very surprising. Very pure water with a supersmall dose of carbon С60 exhibited extensive medical and biological activity. Laboratory animals received 10-12 drops of this water, and humans received 2-3 tablespoons of it. The organism was affected by natural water clusters stabilised with fullerene molecules.

Structural changes are known to change the properties of a substance. Diamond and graphite consist of carbon atoms and differ only by their structure. In graphite, each carbon atom is linked with three adjacent ones, and in diamond, it is linked with four atoms. However, diamond is translucent and hard, whereas graphite is black and soft. Water ordered with carbon molecules differs from ordinary water in the same way.