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On August 6th of 1945 the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima This bomb killed tens of thousands of innocent people I dont think we realized how serious the bomb was because if scientists honestly understood the amount of damage the bombs could do they wouldnt have dropped them We should have never tried to make a weapon so deadly Also the United States has every right to keep other countries from having nuclear weapons Having nuclear weapons at all after seeing what happened at Hiroshima and Nagasaki is not only dangerous but ignorant First of all I dont think we realized how powerful the atomic bomb could be Out of a population of 255000 people 66000 were killed at Hiroshima 45000 died on the first day and 19000 during the next four months Several hundred survivors were expected to die from cancers and lukemia due to radiation over the next thirty years Exact figures are are difficult to estimate but together the bombings killed somewhere in the number of 110000 Japanese instantly mostly civilian and injured another 130000 Within five years radiation claimed another 230000 Japanese lives again mostly civilian These were innocent people that shouldnt have been killed The United States viewed these bombs almost as toys They just wanted to drop them somewhere to see what would happen That was really irresponsible We never should have even made these atomic bombs I think the fact that United States is a very powerful county leaves some temptation to use that power Also if we have every right to stop other countries from obtaining nuclear weapons The saying has always gone You learn from your mistakes Learning from our mistake on those days would include not only never dropping another bomb but also making sure another bomb isnt dropped If we didnt keep other countries from getting nuclear weapons the United States and other countries could easily be blown apart There
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