Hi all, I have search far and wide for this answer and could not find it. During the late 80's and early 90's Carbon 60 or Buckminsterfullerene & Graphene(I think) were a hot topic. In BBC's tomorrows world they demonstrated a safe made out of a material, which I think was one of those two but cannot be sure. The texture of the safe was a slight lumpy surface and black in colour. - This safe was Dropped from 20-30 stories high, - Drilled until the bits wore out the bit down to the chuck almost. - A heavy duty concrete disk cutter was worn right down to the last remaining blade part. - And not a scratch on the safe. - Then put into a furnace of 11000 degrees C for 6 hours. After all this the safe was opened and the paper documents inside were in one piece. I want to find out more about this can anyone help? Or is there a video clip of this out there somewhere. Many Thanks.