What are the people called that disarm bombs?
Members of the "bomb squad" disable bombs. Usually, these workers are police officers who have additional training with explosives and how to disarm a wide variety of devices. One team members might also work with a "bomb sniffing dog" and the dog is considered part of the police force also, even though a canine, just like other police dogs are part of the force.
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Suicide Bombers . Often times, the environment we grow up in influences the thoughts we have and the decisions we make. Many suicide bombers come from backgrounds where they are brainwashed into believing they are doing the right thing by killing others- Religion, geography, political influe…nces and economic conditions may all play a role in their decision, A suicide bomber may seek martyrdom, honor, rewards in the afterlife or may even do it so that their family receives monetary compensation. Or some people may just be inherently evil and gain pleasure from harming others - Whatever the reason, in the end of the day there is no justified reason for murdering innocent people. (MORE)
Answer . "Little Boy" is the nick name given to the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima from the bomber plane called the Enola Gay. There was also a second bomb named "Fat man" that hit Nagasaki.
Answer . In Spider-man 2 Doc Ock goes in the the water and carries the bomb to the depths saving the city plus sacrificing himself.. It wasn't a bomb it was a fusion reaction.
Focke-Wulf manufactured several different aircraft used by Germany in WWII, but I do not believe any were bombers. They did drop time-delay bombs from high altitude fighters over Allied bombers and on Atlantic convoy ships and probably on ground troops, but I doubt if any were involved in major bomb…ing raids. (MORE)
That depends on a person's proximity to the hypocenter of the blast. The further away you are, even from a very large bomb, generally the better off you are, but there are many, many mitigating factors. If you were at Hiroshima, Japan on the morning of August 6, 1945, and you happened to be stand…ing on the bridge that was the aiming point for the first atomic bomb ever dropped in combat, you would have been literally vaporized. There would have been nothing left of you but the shadow you cast when the bomb went off (there were such shadows cast and recorded on the surrounding concrete that was not destroyed). But the further away people were, depending on where they were and what sort of building they were in, or behind, their chances of surviving the initial blast rose pretty much proportionally by the distance from the hypocenter. Yet there were always exceptions; buildings that collapsed on people; people that were exposed to the direct radiation of the blast; and other factors too numerous to detail. The other thing about a nuclear explosion, though, is the radiation exposure, and that also tended to be proportional to distance and what sort of shelter (if any) you had. Some people were relatively quite close to the hypocenter yet lived, even without radiation burns, while people miles away were terribly burned. It all depended on where they were and what type of exposure they received. But the really insidious thing about a nuclear explosion or even a nuclear accident is the exposure to residual radiation. People who went into the blast area to try to rescue other people were exposed to very high doses of radiation. Many of them died in the next few days and weeks. There are people dying of radiation induced cancer to this day in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and some may never know whether the initial cancer was radiation induced or from some other cause, since causes of cancer are not yet completely understood. Below are a couple of websites, one on nuclear weapons, and the other on the Chernobyl meltdown in Ukraine in 1986. If you read the one on Chernobyl carefully, you will learn a lot about radiation sickness. Hundreds were sickened, many died almost immediately, and the aftereffects will be felt for many years. Chernobyl itself is uninhabitable because the radiation levels are still so high. See atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Examples of effects include: -Death -Cancer -Disintegration -Charring of the body -Vaporization (MORE)
disarming a bomb depends on the type of ordnance (dont try it) dont be dumb BUT IF YOU NEED TO KNOW HERE GOES if you happen to see one, First you run away (as far and fast as you can) step 2 is call 911 and let EOD or Bomb Squad worry about it.. it would be irresponsible for me to tell you how to… do it. (MORE)
What happend to people is they got cuts and burns. A lot of people got sick from the radiation. New cancers developed and people are still suffering from them today.
People not killed outright got injured with deep burns, as well ascuts and bruises. Later on rain fell and it was radioactive.Radiation caused vomiting, nausia, headache, and a loss of whiteblood cells.
its a bomb that's atomic =) and blows up stuff. hope that helps first of all its what DO people think of the atomic bomb ^-^ any ways the atomic bomb astonished everyone (exept scientists) it very amazing >.
Yes, many have. It does help to be distant and out of the wind direction from the burst.
The atomic bomb helped peopole know more about radiation poisining and helped in the advancements in neuclear energy.
it disintegrates them in a radius or burns, deform, and give Leukemia to people if it is a plutonium
it depends most people did actually die from being melted due to the heat of the bomb . Peace out . Most people did not "melt" the inital blast killed many, and the burning caused by the heat killed many more, people do not "melt" as there chemical composistions are very complex making it almost i…mpossible to melt people. Most people died from the significant radiation produced from the explosion of the Uranium when it reached its critical mass. (MORE)
To disarm the Megaton bomb, you must reach an Explosives skill level of 25. When you do, go up to the bomb and interact with it. You can then disarm it, rig it to explode, or leave it alone. Disarming it will earn you a house, good karma, and even caps if you had a successful Speech convincing with …Lucas Simms. Rigging the bomb to explode will earn you a nice view of a nuclear explosion, but a whole bunch of bad karma. Leaving it alone will earn you nothing. (MORE)
its not all that hard just press the a button until the fleen switch appears in the upper right corner of the no 7 subway car, then transfer the a bar back to the rail quid.
when the person you are fighting attemps to lung or hit you press B or Y and it should counter it and you will have the weapon :)
They felt it was necessary in order to prevent an estimated 500 000 us soldiers' death as well as the Japanese soldiers. However, it was a heavy price 350 000 people died after the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki only 150 000 lives would have actually been saved
Its not exactly disarming, but it can be considered disabling. . In nuclear weapons its called "fratricide". One weapon detonating before another close by can disable 2nd because its neutron flux can start the chain reaction in the other before a critical assembly is achieved by the conventional …explosives. This gives a fizzle yield (e.g. 10 pounds instead of several kilotons). . In conventional weapons an explosion right next to another can detonate it, though this is rarely desirable as the resulting explosion is the sum of the two. With conventional explosives, they are sometimes used to break up a larger explosive device to prevent it from detonating. One such device (known as Candlewick) uses several gallons of water, and a pound of plastic explosive. The water, propelled by the explosive, tears the larger device apart. (MORE)
WWII was a very difficult time; Americans and Australian's were badly mistreated, used as slaves (having to build the 'Death Railway' which the Japanese needed to transport supplies is a good example) and Stalags were not places that you could feel safe from being away from the Russian Front. Infact…, they were probably just as bad as each other. WWII ran from 1939-1945, started by Hitler's need for more land for Germany. Hitler became the fÃ¼hrer (Meaning leader) on August 2 1934. Of course WWII was a very complicated war, so explaining everything in detail would take too long to write. Therefore, we have posted a web address with a very good timeline and a short summary of key events below. New weapons were constanly being made, which led to the invention of the atomic bomb in 1945. The atomic bomb by the name of 'Little Boy' hit the Japanese city of Hiroshima on August 6 1945. An enormous cloud rose into the air about 9,900 metres high. 70,00 people died, 70,00 people were seriously injured and thousands more were efected in the years afterwards. Japan surrendered a couple of days later, officially ending the war. The atomic bomb was extremely powerful, so this was why it was used. It was also used because it was something the world had never seen before, therefore, it was the perfect weapon to decrease morale (spirit and hope) leading to Japan's surrender. (MORE)
Bombs serve a purpose in war and even in peace time. Bombs can strategically (or as some say surgically) remove buildings, bridges, dams and other structures or enemy posts which makes it harder for the enemy to wage war. Bombs can be used in peace time to destroy old buildings, infected building…s, and make large craters in the ground when they are needed. They are also used as defensive weapons, not just as offensive weapons. (MORE)
No, Mandelaidnt bomb people. His goal was to avoid killing or hurting people. Instead, he wanted to bomb the places that were significant to the National Party and the whites of South Africa, while trying to avoid killing people in the process.
The Bombs are the red dots on the maps, once you find them (some are in the first room with the elevator) all you have to do is stand in front of the bomb until an icon prompting you to disarm the bomb with X, or whatever it is on your platform. Now just hold down X (or whatever) until the red line …on the bottom of your screen reaches the end, the bomb will now be disarmed. Bomb Location: 1.The first bomb is up the stairs to the left, behind the lift. And then first door on the right. Shoot the lock next to the door on your left as you enter this room. 2. The next bomb is simply through the doors on the bottom floor. There will be two guards one with a machine gun and one with a shotgun. The bomb is on the wall to the right as you come into the room. 3. The next bomb is behind the big set-up (the one with maps on it) in the middle of the main room. 4. Is in the same room behind the set-up to the right of the room. P.S. There is a dodgy section of wall to the right of this bomb if you walk up to it the open icon will appear, this is the secret armoury you need to enter for the Bond Moment. 5. And finally the fifth bomb is through the door on the left of the 4th bomb. This room looks like a corridor with bookcases on either side, there are two normal guards (one with a grenade on his belt). Once you reach the end of this room the bomb is on the wall to the right. (MORE)
With what potion or something like it can you disarm a Dwarf Multicannon of other people for some time?
There is no such potion. And it isn't relevant: the Dwarven Multicannon can't be used to combat against other players, only against NPCs.
Figure out a way to remove the nuclear material, and there will be no reaction. Unfortunately, atomic bombs are usually dropped from the sky, detonating on impact.
The main big bombs were called the V.1 and the V.2 -the doodlebugs- these were bombs with engines and when the petrol ran out, they would fall on britain.
Hydrogen bombs are called "dirty" bombs because, in the final stage of detonation, they fission 1 a lot of uranium, releasing its binding energy. This results in a lot of mixed fission byproducts that contaminate the environment. -------------------------------------------------------------------…- 1 The detonation sequence is fission of the primary, uranium or plutonium, which initiates fusion, hydrogen, producing an enormous amount of neutrons along with radiation, followed by fission of the secondary or secondaries, uranium. For more information on the Teller-Ulam design, see the Related Link below. (MORE)
There are several reasons why people die in bomb explosions which correspond to the ways how bombs inflict damage. The first is overpressure, especially for larger bombs. What happens in this process is that the blast compresses the surround air, sending out a wave of high-pressure air that forces i…ts way into lungs. The human body can only take so much pressure before the lungs rupture and you suffer the unfortunate effects of pulmonary embolism. Overpressure is also very effective against manmade structures such as buildings, leading to structural failure. Secondly, and a more common cause of death with smaller explosive charges, is shrapnel damage. In larger bombs, the steel bomb case is destroyed and breaks into very fast moving fragments that cause penetration damage and possibly hydrostatic shock. In smaller antipersonnel weapons like grenades there is usually a length of segmented wire or similar material wrapped around the explosive that performs the same function. Thirdly, especially with incendiary bombs, damage comes from ignition of combustible materials. In many cluster munitions, for example, there is a band of zirconium that is ignited by the explosion and sprayed in every direction. The very high temperatures of the burning zirconium easily ignite most materials, including human flesh, to catastrophic results. Napalm and other similar weapons are designed specifically to kill by burning rather than by the actual explosive blast. (MORE)
People were/are worried about fusion bombs for the same reasons they were/are worried about fission bombs, except more so because the yield of a fusion bomb is typically much higher than the yield of a fission bomb. So a fusion bomb typically does more of everything a fission bomb does.
four members of the klu klux klan planted a bomb in the corner of the church it broke the strucure making almost everthing in place fall
square for ps3? you just go near it and press square? . actually b4 u do that throw a smoke =) got it from black ops
Yes, it was a British creation by Barnes Wallis that was an earth penetrator and came as the Tall Boy and the later Grand Slam version which tipped the scales at 22,000 pounds. They are viewed as the first generation of the modern GBU-28 bombs used in the Iraq war and the proposed 30,000 pound Massi…ve Ordnance Penetrator. (MORE)
People feared it. some thought U.S.A. could control the world and that's what started the cold war.
The bombing by Germans/Japan in Britain affected us alot because they bombed the strongest cities- e.g the ones who supplied the most for our army. The capital London was also a massive hit. Everybody has blackout times when they had to literally turn off every single light, close their curtains whe…n the patroller came around because if the Germans saw a light they would bomb there causing fatal consequences. Also, the bombs caused fires (look into the blitz!) which meant alot of people died. Some bombs didn't even go off! they are the dangerous ones. Lots of people moved their children to the country side so their children could be safe- this is called evacuation. (MORE)
The first nuclear explosive tested was code named Gadget . July 16, 1945. . The first nuclear bomb dropped was code named Little Boy . August 6, 1945. It remains unknown when the first atom bomb was created.
Because I mprovised E xplosive D evices are oftenused to disrupt transports and traffic (which occur on roads).
Radioactiviity poisoning in the land and water. the fishing economy in Japan decreased as well.
Fusion (thermonuclear) bombs can be classified into 'dirty' and 'clean' bombs, depending on the material used for their fusion stage(s) tamper. Normally depleted uranium is used, this produces a very high yield 'dirty' bomb as the uranium fissions providing as much as 90% of the yield and large amou…nts of fallout. If you are willing to sacrifice most of the weapon's potential yield (but the yield is still very high), you can replace the fusion stage(s) tamper with non-fissionable metals (e.g. lead, tungsten, iron) and get what is called a 'clean' bomb that in some cases produces 5% or less of the fallout of similar yield bombs with uranium tampers. There are also bombs called 'salted' bombs where selected elements are added to the uranium tamper to make the fallout worse at a minor loss in yield depending on how much of these elements are added. Sometimes these are referred to as 'dirty' fusion bombs, when the standard uranium tamper bomb is referred to as a 'conventional' fusion bomb. (MORE)
Knowing that this is going to get flagged for racially insensitive language... "Jap", often with a perjorative such as "dirty" in front, was pretty common.
If by "bomb" one means photo bomb, a person simply needs to make sure their head is in the frame before a picture is taken. Photo bombing has become popular with people as a way to make sure they're noticed. Sometimes, however, it's simply by accident.
What was the name of the homicide were people called in a bomb threat then waited for the kids to get outside and shoot them?
I'm not sure if you are talking about the school shooting in Arkansas. There wasn't a bomb threat but one of the shooters pulled the fire alarm so they could shoot kids as they ran outside. If this is the one your talking about it was Andrew Golden, 11 and Mitchell Johnson, 13. Andrew pulled the fir…e alarm and ran back to where Mitchell and their arsenal was setup and they shot 15 people as they were leaving the safety of the school. If I remember correctly I believe 5 little girls were killed. It was a shock to see two young boys pull of such an ambush and the amount of weapons and bullets they had with them. (MORE)
Neutron bombs are designed to release massive amounts of radiation but not leave behind high levels of long-term radiation. Specifically, it is engineered to release much of its energy as fast-neutrons (hence the name for the device) rather than explosive energy. The high level of neutrons released …during detonation is intense enough to penetrate buildings, people, and even moderate armor - disrupting living cells to such a degree that death will follow within a few days for those exposed. The neutron bomb was developed primarily as an anti-armor weapon - to penetrate tank armor and kill their crews for example. Modern tank armor is now sufficiently heavy to reduce the exposure of the crews to levels such that in order to get enough radiation through the armor, the device would have to be detonated so close to a tank that the blast effect (heat and blast pressure) would be just as much a factor as the radiation, so most neutron weapons have been dismantled and disposed of as obsolete. (MORE)
They aren't usually. However there are 3 variant designs of fusion bombs: . High yield - this is the conventional design using either depleted uranium or natural uranium for the tamper of the fusion stage(s). Over 90% of the yield is produced by fission in the tamper caused by 15 MeV fusion neutr…ons. As nearly all the yield is fission their fallout is roughly proportional to that of pure fission bombs of the same yield (if pure fission bombs of that yield were possible). . Clean - this is a reduced fallout design that sacrifices some yield by using inert materials like lead, tungsten, iron, etc. for the tamper of the fusion stage(s). Over 95% of the yield can be produced by fusion. Total fallout would be only a tiny fraction of that of a pure fission bomb of the same yield (if pure fission bombs of that yield were possible). . Dirty - this is usually referred to as an enhanced fallout bomb instead of a dirty bomb, like the clean design it sacrifices some yield. In these some or all of the uranium tamper would be replaced by materials with large neutron capture crosssections that become "activated" on absorbing a neutron. Some possible materials that have been proposed at various times are cobalt, gold, silver. 95% or more of the yield might be fusion. Total fallout would be much greater than that of a pure fission bomb of the same yield (if pure fission bombs of that yield were possible). Due to their limited military value, no country is known to have built or stockpiled any. The cobalt bomb was a common idea in fiction stories of the 1950s though, to frighten readers. The term dirty bomb has come to refer mostly to radiological weapons: a conventional explosive enclosed in hot radioisotopes that are dispersed when the explosive detonates. These have severe practicality problems and will likely kill anyone attempting to use them before they could set it up. (MORE)
There were many scientist working to produce chain of reactions of nuclear proportion. Robert Oppenheimer was chosen to lead the team who made the first bombs. President Truman gave the order to drop the bombs.
One was run over by the other and the other is in hospital and has admitted to bombing Boston.
The only way to disarm people in Minecraft is to join a Multiplayer server with the Bukkit plugin "mcMMO" enabled. That way you can increase your unarmed level to enable you to disarm other players when you hit them using your bare fist.
Most casualties didn't recover from the sickness. The cancer rate grew and malformations were common.
People evacuate when there is a bomb threat in a hasty manner. Stopping doing whatever one is doing and exiting an area or building very promptly yet orderly is prudent.
nausea is one of the early symptoms of radiation poisoning. it usually goes away on its own after a week or two, shortly thereafter people begin dying.
Destroyed buildings, killed and wounded people. The threat of being bombed at night required that cities have all lights turned off, and people either built simple bomb shelters, or slept in the underground subway system.
After Iraq US Bomb Disarmer Searches for Peace - 2012 was released on: USA: 6 September 2012 (internet)