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  • Dualism In The Atomic Bomb

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    fifteen minutes past eight in the morning, on August 6, 1945, Japanese time, the city had already awoken; kids walking to school, adults going to work, others eating breakfast going along with their normal daily lives on that exact moment when the atomic bomb flashed above Hiroshima. A tremendous flash of light occurred with such powerful force that it spread throughout the city like a sheet of sun, which caused the catastrophic flames from hell to immerse. Their flesh burned, incinerating 66,000 people

  • Dropping the Atomic Bomb

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    Dropping the Atomic Bomb It is August 6, 1945. The place is Tinian, an island speck in the South Pacific. At 2:45 a.m. the evening quiet is abruptly interrupted by the roar of a B-29 bomber as it rumbles down the runway and disappears into the night. Special bombing mission # 13 is underway. A single B-29, nicknamed the Enola Gay, embarks upon a mission which will change the course of history. The Enola Gay will drop the first atomic bomb in history. It was a Monday morning in Hiroshima

  • Essay On The Atomic Bomb

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    War ll, Japan was on the brink of collapse. The Atomic Bombs that were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the United State were unnecessary to end the war. The allied forces which were Great Britain, Soviet Union, France, United States and China, would conduct countless air raids and fire bombings on Japan. Japan’s military and civil defenses were inadequate to defend themselves and had no chance. For months Japans cities suffered attacks of bombs and fire raining down on them by the allied forces

  • Pro atomic bomb

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    “The release of atomic energy has not created a new problem. It has merely made more urgent the necessity of solving an existing one,” -Albert Einstein. Albert Einstein recognized that the use of the Atomic Bomb would speed up the end of the devastating war and would cause the Japanese to give in to surrender. Although it’s been shown that the Japanese ability to wage war had deteriorated as a result of the blockade, the use of the atomic bomb was morally and militarily justifiable because the Japanese

  • Justification of the Atomic Bomb

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    On August 6, 1945, the United States of America dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. For a considerable amount of time, there have been debates and arguments about whether or not dropping the bomb was justified.. The United States was indeed justified because of the attacks by Japan on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, which happened three years before the atomic bomb falling on Hiroshima. It was important to stop the war as soon as the US could because it spared many American, and Allied lives. Until

  • Hiroshima, Atomic Bombs

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    Many people wonder how, where, and why the first atomic bomb was detonated. Many people do not know that it happened in Japan in 1945(Shmoop Editorial Team. "Hiroshima and Nagasaki (Aug 6, 1945 - Aug 9, 1945) in World War II: Home Front." Shmoop.com. Shmoop University, Inc., 11 Nov. 2008. Web. 09 Apr. 2014). Where in Japan you might ask, well that would be in the military city of Hiroshima. A bomber left the Mariana Islands August 6, 1945(Shmoop Editorial Team. "Hiroshima and Nagasaki (Aug 6, 1945

  • Atomic Bomb Essay

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    who would lead the world into the nuclear age. In a Gallup Poll taken from August 10-15, 1945, Americans were asked whether or not they approved or disapproved of the use of atomic bombs on Japanese cities, 85 percent approved, ten percent disapproved and five had no opinion.30 then when asked if the development of the atomic bomb was a good or bad thing, 69 percent said it was a good thing, 17 percent said it was bad, and 14 percent had no opinion (Steele). However, as time passed and more information

  • Effects of the Atomic Bomb

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    Effects of the Atomic Bomb There were many effects of the atomic bomb. There were Social, Economic, Military, and Political effects. When the bomb exploded at 08:16:02there was a short bright flash of light accompanied by a heat wave lasting only 1/10th ofa second. At ground zero people ceased to exist within a certain distance peoples eye balls melted. When the blast happened it sent off two shockwaves one headed towards the earth and the other shot up into the air sending the Enola

  • Physics of the Atomic Bomb

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    The atomic bomb (also known as the atom bomb, A-bomb , or nuclear bomb) has a destructive power created by the fission of either uranium or plutonium. But, not any isotope of uranium can be used. Only U235 is used in the production of an atom bomb. U235 is very hard to come by due to the fact that it is only present within 0.7% of all natural uranium. In order to separate the U235 isotope from natural uranium a process of enrichment is used. The uranium must be enriched to 90% for actual use

  • The Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima

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    Was it worth it? August 6, 1945 defines a pivotal moment in world history. At 8:15am, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, the capital of Hiroshima Prefecture. Hiroshima is known throughout the world as the first (and only) city decimated by a nuclear weapon in wartime. The bombing of Hiroshima has been one of the most horrific events ever to have taken place in in the world.  The damage it caused, along with the implications that followed, explain why it is so well known