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says Cohen, who worked on the Manhattan Project to build the atom bomb in the 1940s
and was a nuclear weapons adviser to the US government with the Rand Corporation for 20 years.
“But red mercury is real and it is terrifying.
I think it is part of a terrorist weapon that potentially spells the end of organised society.”
Barnaby, a respected nuclear weapons analyst who has been investigating red mercury for the past six years, is more cautious. He accepts that there have been many cases in which offers of red mercury for sale at enormous
prices have turned out to be hoaxes. But he believes “on the balance of probabilities” that a mercury-based high explosive which could revolutionise the
design of nuclear weapons was developed within the former Soviet Union.
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The latest evidence Barnaby has seen is two documents leaked to Greenpeace,
apparently from a former mercury production plant in South Africa. The documents detail chemical specifications for a substance called “red mercury 20:20”; a compound of pure mercury and mercury antimony oxide (Hg2Sb2O7) described as “cherry red” and “semi-liquid”. The documents seem to form part of a request from an unknown buyer for
the supply of “4-10 flasks per month” of the substance.
Thor Chemical company at Speyer, near Mannheim in Germany.
Dolich, who was a sales manager at the time and is now the company’s German director,
could not remember who had sent him the document, nor could he decipher whose illegible signature it bears.
He says that he probably passed it on to his company’s sister plant at Cato Ridge in Natal,
But Dolich told New Scientist that nothing could have come of the request because Thor,
which runs chemicals businesses in seven countries from its headquarters in Margate,
The document also contains a handwritten note saying “Herewith all we have on red mercury” and signed “Alan”. South African police investigators believe that Kidger’s murder could be
linked to a clandestine trade in red mercury, although the company denies this.