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Today more and more kids believe that bombs are fun to experiment with but do not realize the dangers associated with even the simplest bombs Although curiosity can be a great characteristic to have curiosity when it comes to bombs should simply not be tolerated because all bombs produce an uncontrolled reaction leading to destruction that could harm to or even kill someone Even bombs in a controlled experiment by experts can be quite dangerous Take into account the fact that many died during experiments with the atom bomb Although the experts said it would be fine to watch and be in a close vicinity to the blast they didnt know about the radiation caused by the reaction This caused numerous deaths Although most kids wont be experimenting with atom bombs many dangers are associated with smaller types of bombs such as pipe bombs Pipe bombs are especially lethal because they produce lots of shrapnel Shrapnel is debris given off by the explosion metal pieces of the pipe or maybe even nails glass or bolts that can cause lots of harm due to its velocity Many kids believe that they are experts and that nothing will ever happen to them but it defiantly can Many incidents have occured of kids being hurt or killed by their own bomb One case is that of a kid building a pipe bomb in my area He stuffed a lot of gunpowder into a pipe with nails and he started to screw the cap of the metal pipe on The grinding of the metal caused sparks and ignited the bomb and he lost his hand and will not ever be able to have children All this happened because of a simple bad decision that he will have to remember for the rest of his life Terroristic acts have plagued the entire world for centuries These primitive acts of violence have an everlasting effect on communities thoughout the
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