RevGenetics first reported a new breakthrough study in their newsletter and blog here: (Buckyballs). A breakthrough study using (Fullerenes) Buckyballs and olive oil was published in April of 2012.
C60 Olive Oil Since Then:
Since then many scientists and researchers alike were perplexed and wondered if the paper that featured Buckyball Olive Oil and came from the University of Paris was fraudulent or had errors. The main issue was that many researchers were simply astonished at the increased longevity that this study reported.
Recently at the GRG, the same questions were being asked.
C60 Olive Oil Scientists Chime In:
In May we had reviewed a privileged email sent to the GRG. In it, we read private comments from the authors of the paper. We realized immediatly that the scientists were not frauds or inexperienced at all. In fact they had been studying C60 for two decades mostly concentrating on it’s chemical and material properties. As a matter of ongoing scientific studies into the material properties, the scientists mainly wanted to show whether C60 was toxic, or not toxic at all. They were not expecting anything else when they began the Buckyball Olive Oil study.
When asked about the mistakes in the graphs, the replied that they did make some mistakes with a graphics program, however that those mistakes had nothing to do with the actual results of the study. They also stated they would submit corrections to the publication.
That email was sent to the GRG back in May of 2012.
Fast forward to June 26th: