Guess what's back in the news folks? Yup... you guessed it.... Red Mercury...

Downtown streets closed amid ‘red mercury’ investigation


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Vomito Blanco on April 7, 2017 at 9:43 am

    How about this scenario: In order to convince Trump of the dangers of Assad and his Russian benefactor, they tell him that Russia is supplying Assad with red mercury who has given it to Iran who has given it to their sleeper cells in the US, etc. And for added flourish they have some show up in the US so Wormtongue Kushner can tell Trump the danger we are all in as red mercury is already on our shores and he won’t be able to make America great again, if it is blown up with thermonuclear bombs.

    Truth be told, red mercury could be a real fear of the zio-cons.

    • Vomito Blanco on April 7, 2017 at 9:47 am

      I’ll trade you a hundred billion dollar bearer bond for one vial of red mercury.

      I wish I had the money to be these mementos for Dr. Farrell to keep in a glass case on his desk or wall.

      • Vomito Blanco on April 7, 2017 at 9:53 am

        be= buy

    • Vomito Blanco on April 7, 2017 at 9:52 am

      I wonder if the media/government will turn red mercury into a fearporn buzzword that will cause us to all shudder when we hear it? I wonder if Jared Kushner will have the incapacitated Trump scribble an executive order to initiate martial law until we can find these loose vials of red mercury? I wonder if red mercury has now replaced gold as the new game prop inside this computer game that we all live in?

  2. basta on April 7, 2017 at 3:30 am

    Ha! Red mercury! That’s one from the vaults!

    I have to admit, my first reaction was, “Well, that sounds like one daring, wickedly twisted and informed troll.” … Vomito, just where were you yesterday? 😉

    Bu seriously, who calls the local police to tell them you’ve got red mercury — from “Africa” no less? The whole thing reeks of three-letter psyop. Are the neocons dropping breadcrumbs, prepping for that long-predicted dirty-bomb false flag?

  3. DanaThomas on April 7, 2017 at 3:11 am

    I’ll see you on that and raise the bet: could there be any connection between this and the missile-strikes-so-dearly-loved-by-Bushes-and-Clintons?

  4. Alex on April 6, 2017 at 8:05 pm

    viewpoint from jim stone freelance site:

    Red Mercury and the Atlanta blast (I’ll call it that, because ASTM E119 says so)
    15 years ago, “Red Mercury” was not a substance, it was a bomb design,what changed?

    I had heard about Red Mercury in Atlanta BEFORE this fake initiated interstate collapse happened. Red Mercury is now supposedly a substance (but my past info said it was in fact a design type code named red mercury) for a jump-straight-to fusion nuclear device that had no fissionable core. Supposedly in it’s original form, “Red Mercury” was a Russian bomb design that could initiate a hydrogen bomb blast with no nuclear pit. But now it is a substance (I guess) and when I heard people calling it a substance I totally blew it off because I knew what Red Mercury was supposed to be over a decade ago and figured some fruits came up with a new story. That’s why I did not mention it.

    But now that this incident in Atlanta happened, people are hopping on the “Red Mercury is a substance” bandwagon so I have to mention it.

    My fixed and never to be varied statement: Red Mercury is a nuclear weapon type/design that is fusion only. It is not a substance. It was a Russian myth used to scam arabs that I heard about 15 or more years ago. Maybe there is a pure fusion bomb out there, but I sort of doubt it. One other thing about the Red Mercury design was that it was claimed to be a port nuke (one you could sneak through a normal port) because without a fissionable core, it would not alert a neutrino detector. It was billed as a nuke design that could be smuggled. And the Arabs just lapped it up, because they would have no other way to get it to a usable location other than smuggling. Evidently they paid a fair piece for it and it ended up being a ruse.

    If you have a different version of the Red Mercury story, it is most likely a simple fabrication. And now it has re-emerged as a substance that makes micro nukes possible and not a bomb type or design? Well, I find it interesting it was mentioned in Atlanta before this incident was caused but I seriously doubt it had anything to do with it OTHER THAN AS A LAUGHABLE EASILY DEBUNKED PSY OP TO LEAD PEOPLE DOWN A DIRT ROAD AND OFF A CLIFF TO STOP THEM FROM LOOKING INTO SOMETHING ELSE, YOU KNOW, THE OBVIOUSLY BLOWN UP INTERSTATE. Better to have people talk about something stupid that anyone in the know heard about a LONG time ago in a totally different context than have anyone looking into why that interstate really collapsed.

    My final conclusion: Perhaps the Russians have a pure fusion nuke they never talked about, but you can sure as hell bet that if they do, they did not hand it to Arabs! And if you have heard anything else about red mercury, it was pulled from thin air, perhaps hatched as a psy op, and then spread by people who did not know the original story, which had a thread of truth to it but amounted to a way to bilk money out of Arabs.

    How Red Mercury would work if it was real:
    Deuterium is compressed and put in a small chamber at about 200 PSI and 3 cubic inches. In the form of a gun nuke with no fissionable material, this chamber would be in the square part, at the bottom. A tungsten or other super hard and heavy material with a very high melting point would be the projectile. It would be very fast, 10,000 feet per second minimum. The barrel it goes down is a vaccum, purged of all air. One side of the pressurized chamber containing deuterium is a thin strong membrane that is easily punctured. This connects to the gun barrel that is a complete vacuum. The end of the projectile that gets fired at it is a flat surface with a large number of sharp fine points sticking out of it like very short needles. This is what first punctures the membrane. At the exact moment the membrane is punctured, the tungsten projectile makes contact with an electrical source of several hundred thousand volts, that can deliver a pulse of at least a thousand amps. This arcs through the deuterium and more than just ionizes it, it is pure nuclear plasma at well over a million degrees. As the voltage source is discharged through it in less than a microsecond, the momentum from the tungsten projectile keeps the pressure on it long enough for a significant fusion reaction to occur.

    That’s basically the type of thing red mercury tried to accomplish.

    Obviously if that could work, the Arabs failed to do it.

    Hopefully that kills the “red mercury is a substance” myth. It is a design, that is close to what I said above.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on April 6, 2017 at 11:59 pm

      I have a couple more blogs about the subject coming up on Saturday and SUnday

  5. goshawks on April 6, 2017 at 6:09 pm

    My thought is that the original “Red Mercury” references were to the ‘honeypot’ op, but that technology has advanced to the point where there IS (meaning operational) a form of small thermonuclear weapon that is not fission-initiated. I deduce that from ‘usage’ evidence and basic physics…

    From the basic physics side, all that hydrogen atoms need to fuse into helium is a combination of pressure and temperature. It doesn’t care where it comes from. My educated guess is that weapons scientists have used a combination of supercomputers and materials research to provide a way to get to that P/T boundary without a fission-initiation.

    My conceptual-weapon would be highly-pressurized hydrogen (or deuterium or tritium) surrounded by a hollow sphere of some material able to resist extreme pressure, surrounded by a shell of newly-invented high-tech explosive fashioned to produce a compression effect upon ignition. Again, all you have to get fusion is to get hydrogen over that P/T boundary; it doesn’t care how. “Boom” with the explosives, compress and heat the ‘primed’ hydrogen to that P/T boundary, and the reaction continues until the P/T drops below a certain level with the expansion wave. Probably only design-able with advanced supercomputers…

    Evidence-wise, I suspect 9/11 was an early device still using a small fission-initiation. That would account for the radioactive traces (and cancers) while still having a small-enough amount of radioactive material not to render the area uninhabitable. Since then, there have been reports in the alt-media of things that ‘looked’ like small thermonuclear weapons going off (initial flash, etc.) without the accompanying radioactivity. Syria had one particularly-good example, but others likely have occurred depending on your needed-evidence threshold. These are probably true non-fission-initiated devices.

    So, I think “Red Mercury” is real, just that the code-word may now be used for the high-tech explosives surrounding the hydrogen pressure-shell…

  6. marcos toledo on April 6, 2017 at 6:05 pm

    Red Mercury will we ever know if it really exist and can do what it’s been rumored. Will the real thing reveal itself we are awaiting a answer to this question will you please stand up finally.

  7. Jeannette Bishop on April 6, 2017 at 4:54 pm

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