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Nuclear power is an alternate power source that uses fission of Uranium to create heat and through turbines and transfer mechanisms creates electricity There are many risks and benefits of nuclear energy Once people started to gain knowledge on how powerful nuclear energy was towns started building nuclear power plants with high security The biggest risk of nuclear power is the pollution of radioactive waste that could take place after a plant melt down or radioactive leakage The first nuclear bomb that was meant to harm people was the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki The post-radiation that came along with the bombings killed many people and caused many casualties up to this day The decision to drop the atomic bomb was a big decision because the United States had never used such immense power before however they were in need of a quick way to end the war Weapons of mass destruction were being invented rapidly during this time period therefore no country could really trust each other The decision to drop the Atomic bomb had great danger involved and had potential to kill and injure many civiliansWith every weapon comes risks and benefits that cause much controversy amongst people A lot of thought went into whether or not the US should drop the bomb due to the power the atomic bomb could have One crucial risk would be the post-radioactive waste that would still be present for hundreds of years after the bomb Another was The US knew how many innocent people they were putting in danger but in their eyes this was the only way to end the war quick and easy Another risk was that there would be much tension between the United States and Japan in the future The releasing of the Atomic bomb would make it more open for other countries to begin making
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