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1.
Literal Meaning: An extremely stable, ball-shaped carbon molecule, C60, reminiscent of a geodesic dome, and believed to occur naturally in soot.

This is a word that can be used to confuse other people, or distract them. Also has hilarious results when used in conversation to replace a noun. You can also use the short term: Bucky Balls.
Example 1-
"What is your name?"
"Buckminsterfullerene."

Exapmle 2-
Magoo: "BUCKMINSTERFULLERENE!"
Ryan: "Wha?"
*while Magoo has distracted Ryan, Hans takes Ryan's lunch*
by Magoo Tora January 05, 2006
 
2.
An extremely stable, ball-shaped carbon molecule, composed of 60 carbons, reminiscent of a soccer ball, and believed to occur naturally in soot as well as in extraterrestrial debris.

The fact that you looked this up on UD means you are an uber nerd and that you will probably never get laid.

Can be used in many ways, to fascinate, to confuse, and to just outright out do someone.

Fun short form: Bucky balls
"Name a big molecule."
"Glucose!"
"Buckminsterfullerene!"

"Are you playing God with the molecular model carbons, Master Bell?"
"No, sir, I'm making buckminsterfullerene."

"Look, bucky balls!!!"
"Where?!?!"
*runs away*
by Tiberius Caesar February 03, 2010