Research Fodder November 28, 2015

  • Red mercury – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    “However, samples of “red mercury” obtained from arrested would-be terrorists invariably consisted of nothing more than various red dyes or powders of little value, which some suspect was being sold as part of a campaign intended to flush out potential nuclear smugglers. The hoax was first reported in 1979 and was commonly discussed in the media in the 1990s. Prices as high as $1,800,000 per kilogram were reported.”

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