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Philosophy of the Development of the Hydrogen Bomb Introduction Dr V and Dr W did an excellent job in explaining the chemical makings of and the moral issues of the development of the hydrogen bomb and other nuclear weapons in their class lectures Based on their lectures and the text Dark Sun The Making of the Hydrogen Bomb I will explain my moral beliefs on the development making and current existence of this terrifying destructive military weapon the hydrogen bomb My philosophy is that this horrible bomb and other nuclear weapons like it are the most dangerous and immoral of anything ever created on this Earth and I believe will be the cause of the end of this World devastatingly and completely My Argument Dr V jump-started my heart with fear on the very first day of class when he said in 1989 the Soviets had 80 hydrogen bombs aimed just at Ohio alone He went on to say that one 20 megaton H-bomb could destroy everything in a 4 mile radius including buildings plants animals and vaporize a person in 110 of a second Every city with a population of over 100000 in the USA is a target These war heads are computer-controlled As we all know computers have technical break-downs If one of these automated computers has a malfunction and one or more of these bombs are activated the USA or the entire Earth could be destroyed in a matter of 3 days Two radioactive chemical component residuals of every nuclear explosion Strontium 90 and Cesium 137 are the most deadliest toxins in history Strontium 90 has the chemical composition of calcium Human bones absorb this toxin like calcium so if we dont die immediately we will die of cancer One teaspoon of Cesium 137 could kill every human on this Earth within 3 years And we are still training our best most intelligent chemists and physicists to develop these deadly
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