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One bomb dropped on Nagasaki would kill more people than German air attacks on London killed during the entire war Chinnock 45 The fact that the atomic bombings ended the war all of the deaths from the two bombs and the amazing scientific breakthrough on Atomic energy are why the attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki altered the history of the United States forever It is clearly evident that the bombings on Hiroshima and Nagasaki have strongly altered history forever Scientific BreakthroughSome of the scientists that helped design and form the atomic bombs used on Japan in 1945 were sensitive to its shear destructive power Aware of the potential for awesome destruction such weapons posed Szilard attempted to encourage the US government to refrain from using atomic bombs on civilians Poolos 13 This direct quote shows how Szilard knew that the bombs would have an enormous devastation to whoever received the bombs The quote also shows that He Szilard was against the government using the bombs on civilians The amazing power that comes from an atomic blast is astonishing The uranium business is unbelievable Poolos 15 When people make unbelievable breakthroughs in science and technology it usually has an immense cost That bomb and all the work that went into it cost in the neighborhood of two billion dollars Chinnock 16 One reason for the great cost is one bomb the one dropped on Hiroshima was made with Uranium The second bomb dropped on Nagasaki was made with Plutonium Uranium and Plutonium are not the easiest elements to come by The bomb uses a unique process to create its destruction The atomic bomb is detonated by a process of nuclear fission or atom splitting as opposed to the hydrogen bomb invented in the 1950s Atomic par1Effects on Public OpinionThe effects on the
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