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  1. So how had the rumours started? Mark says Russian scientists told him that red mercury was actually a nickname for a known nuclear isotope. But when he asked the Russian and US governments, neither would confirm nor deny if that story was true.

    • Hi, I have no idea how it started. Could have been part of a cold war misinformation campaign. Could have been a conman’s story. Could have been another reason.


  2. I started to doubt it half way through reading it as I have never seen red components like those shown and relived to find it was a hoax .

  3. You should have considered informing Tagesschau (German main news program) that a Nigerian research institute has discovered that two kilograms of red mercury could solve Europe’s energy crisis.

  4. I am Iranian, so please don’t take extra wedges, because it is there, and I got it from the radio. Now, my financial situation is good. Remember, don’t take wedges.

    • I’m sorry but you are a liar. Red mercury does not exist. Read the article.
      You either crave attention or you want to con people out of their money.
      Or both.

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