When did the atomic bomb created?
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No single person created the atomic bomb. A large number of peopleneeded to work together on different parts of the total project toproduce a workable theory and then a functi…onal bomb. Physically the first atomic bombs were created by the ManhattanProject, based in the USA during World War 2 and staffedprincipally by US and British scientists..
To save millions more lives that would have been spent in a drawn out conventional war with imperial Japan, the scientists in the United States (ahead of Nazi Germany, who was… also working on the atomic bomb) created the bomb to escalate the war with Japan. They ignored the first bomb dropped on Hiroshima, but the Empire of Japan decided they could not win and surrendered to the US shortly after a second bomb was dropped on Nagasaki .
Im not 100 per-cent sure, but it definetly was created after the world war one and two, i need a percific date, but not sure when.. will update when i know. :) Thanks! Ox . … Assembled in 1945, tested July 16, 1945, used in combat August 6 and 9, 1945.
Read Richard Rhode's book: The Making of the Atomic Bomb , it will explain it in much greater detail than anyone here could.
The Manhattan Project , a project involving hundreds of scientists, hundreds of engineers, thousands of technicians, and tens of thousands of workers of many types (who had n…o idea what they were building - including my grandfather who did construction at Hanford... and even after the war ended and it was in the papers he never realized what he did - he was always baffled at how much perfectly good equipment they just dumped in deep trenches and buried all the time during the war !).
the atomic bomb was created to end the world war 2!!
The "Manhatton Project" in New Mexico.
In a classical context, yes - an atomic bomb releases more energy than could by liberated through exothermic chemical reactions, and therefore the energy could be said to be c…reated, since the classical law of energy conservation is violated. . In a quantum context, no - an atomic bomb converts potential energy, stored as mass in the nucleus of an atom, into kinetic thermal energy.
Since the beginning of time man has found new and better ways of extinguishing his enemy. When OG came out with the first rock to throw, Mog found a way to throw it with a str…ing and kill faster and better. Airplanes became the latest fashion in killing machines in WW1. In WW2 we created the atomic bomb. This became the first clear evidence that we were indeed ready to kill off the entire species if we were not careful. The bomb is a terrible device, no questions asked. It is capable of mass destruction on a scale few can really imagine. Unlike previous weapons, this one kills large areas very well. The bomb certainly saved lives overall, but at a terrible cost to Japan.
Yes, although both the Germans and the Japanese were working on it.
To destroy its enemies in order to end WW2, without it the war would have gone on a lot longer and more lives would have been lost.
In World War 2
A scientist named Robert Oppenheimer and his crew.
In Japan in WW2
the us created the atomic bomb
In Japan in WW2
Reading Richard Rhodes books: The Making of the Atomic Bomb and Dark Sun will help you understand this.
In US in WW2
In Japan in WW2
Atom Bomb Blues was created in 2005.