Where are the materials used to create an atomic bomb come from?
almost all originally came from mines.
Einstein understood that an atomic reaction would release an incredible amount of energy in a very brief time. This principle was used to create the atomic bomb.
No. They did not come close to understanding anything about nuclear weapons.
The atomic bomb came from WW2
Albert Einstein sent a letter 2 the white house proposing his idea of the atomic bomb he created it
Although your question is vague, atomic bombs have come and gone in terms of technology. We now have conventional weapons that are more powerful than the atomic bomb.
I suggest Richard Rhodes book The Making of the Atomic Bomb. 1945
You can compare the pandora's box with the nuclear bomb. Pandora's box is an artifact in Greek mythology.Today, opening Pandora's box means to create evil that cannot be undone. when we come to real life, opening the power surge of the nuclear bomb, the evil created can't be undone.
No. Even the most powerful thermonuclear weapons don't even come close to that. Even if it were possible to create such a weapon, using it would wipe out our entire species.
They died from an atomic bomb
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No. The first atomic bombs were created by the US Army Corps of Engineers, under the cover name of the Manhattan Project, during World War II. Some of the uranium ore which was refined into nuclear explosives for the bombs may have come from Canada.
My book states "The most dramatic spy case to come before HUAC involved the atomic bomb. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, a New York couple who were members of the Communist Party, were accused of plotting to pass secret information about the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union." So my answer is Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
They were studying and developing it JUST LIKE the USA
Atomic bombs come in a wide variety of sizes. Their explosive power is usually measured in terms of an equivalent number of tons of dynamite. Smaller bombs range in the kilotons (thousands of tons) while larger bombs are in the range of megatons (millions of tons). Even a small atomic bomb is extremely powerful, much more powerful than any conventional bomb. A large atomic bomb can destroy an entire city.
Albert? seriously! your on a first name basis with the undisputed greatest mind of our time? Well anyways, Einstein didn't discover the atomic bomb. You can't discover a bomb. The bomb was created by J. Robert Oppenheimer. As for how, you have to be more specific, how did he come up with it? How did he plan out the building? Your question tells nothing.
The uranium enrichment facilty was at Oak Ridge.
the answer is 1293823192 cow craps put together to make a atomic bomb
Because it literally changed history
If you are looking for the president who dropped a bomb on Japan in World War II. Then you've come to the right spot it was Kennedy.
Depends on the size of the bomb (they come in many different sizes- bigger is more destructive) and how high the bomb is above ground when it explodes. Most are set to explode when several hundred feet above ground.
It was a sad thing to look at Mostly because of the civilian casualties, the illness it brought and the devastation.
A sense of security for the sellers of chemical materials that come into contact with humans.
There have always been many individuals and groups that oppose the atomic bomb and all nuclear weapons. Some even oppose peace-time used of nuclear energy. These people come from all areas, religious people, philiosophers, activists, even some scientists.
Enormous relief that the war was very likely to end soon and the "boys" would come home.
Whittaker Cha,bers And Alger Hiss
Yes, but one whose time had come. If the US had not built it some other country would have within a decade or so.
John Dalton came up with his atomic theory after observing many chemical reactions in his lab. It made him think that there were invisible atoms in materials.
Both are the same thing a nuclear bomb is a chain reaction of usually uranium atoms colliding with each other causing massive damage. yes, that is correct but nuclear kills more belive it or not so dont cry to me when you see the japs come bomb us.
You could say yes. There some for testing and some for Japan. If the Japanese did not surrender after the second hit, atomic bombs will come one after one until they surrendered.
The same way the nuclear power plants in japan polluted the air, it was radioactive, and radiation is very unhealthy to come into contact with.
they came by both they took an atomic bomb and blew up everything and then the us won because their awesome and i think their cool
No. Although Einstein helped develop the atomic bomb he was opposed to its use after he figure out how destructive it would be. Conventional bombing of Japan was planned by military leaders among whom Einstein had no say.
The U.S. wanted to prevent Germany from becoming the first country to build an atomic bomb which would give Germany formative power. General Leslie R. Groves was put in charge of The Manhattan Project to develop the bomb, and scientists use theories about nuclear fission to construct bombs with the elements of Uranium-235 and Plutonium-239. The first successful bomb was code-named "Trinity," and it exploded on July 16, 1945. Less than a month later, the… Read More
The Potsdam Conference was between Russia, UK AND USA. USA tried to convince Russia to join the war between the Japanese, but US has come up with a solution to defeat Japan. They used the Atomic Bomb to destroy one city and demanded that Japan surrender or they would bomb the rest of the country. So the conference was for the Allies to agree with the Atomic bomb to go ahead. Hope thts ritee kents… Read More
Albert Einstein did not have any inventions. He did come up with some revolutionary theory's about space and time and his theory's helped in the development of the atomic bomb.
Cheaper didn't come about money, it came with the total of human loses if we went over Japan's main land.
Something peaceful would never have worked. The Japanese people thought their Emperor to be almost god-like and it took an atomic bomb to wake them up. We also rebuilt their cities after we destroyed it. I have been to Japan and have heard the older people come and tell me they are not upset with America over the atomic bomb. They were sad to lose all of those people, but it sent a powerful message… Read More
No one made an atom bomb in World war 1. It took to the very end of World war 2 for the Atomic bomb to be invented. Exactly who invented is is a bit tricky. There were several different scientists that had come up with the idea separately. But the man mostly associated with turning it into a working weapon is Dr Robert Oppenheimer.
The only thing he cared was to end that bloody war and put an end to the means of the Japanese to make war never again.
the nucleus control what can come in or out.... the phosolipids that create the membrane allow which nutrients can go in our out depending on their polarity and size
No, they did not. They couldn't even come up with a decent RADAR unit for their ships like the Allies had. They had no warplanes big enough to carry the Atomic Bomb anywhere useful. By the time the Atomic bombs were dropped (killing 85,000 and 65,000 people each) Tokyo was 3/4 destroyed by conventional bombing. On the first day of using conventional incendiary bombs on Tokyo, 100,000 of its citizens were killed. One the first… Read More
Art composition is the organization of the parts of an art piece. This means that it could be called the organization of the materials that are used in the piece. No matter what material you use, paint, marble, mixed media, those materials come together to form a composition.
" If atomic bombs are to be added as new weapons to the arsenals of a warring world, or to the arsenals of the nations preparing for war, then the time will come when mankind will curse the names of Los Alamos and Hiroshima. The people of this world must unite or they will perish. " Robert Oppenheimer .
well o whoever wrot the last answer you are the stupidest person ever lived because you don't know the answer that's why you come up with stupid answers!
There is overlap today, but in general to build suggests forming out of physical materials (build a house) while create is to cause to come into existence in by any means, typically by act of creativity (create a painting, create jobs). One can build a house with little creativity but one must use their creative powers to create a painting.
By helping us through the first world war crisis during World War 2 by using the atomic bomb which made it come to a rapid conclusion and it ended.
Why was it exploded over Nagasaki and Hiroshima? Or, "How did it come to be?" It came to be because of centuries of inventions leading up to it and the seeming necessity of it when it was learned the Germans were 'working' on the concept and the thought of the genocidal Nazis ruling the world.
The Allies required unconditional surrender of the Japanese forces. The war in Europe had ended months before. When surrender did not come after the first bombing, a second bombing was carried out about 3 days later. About a week after the second bomb, Japan surrendered. See link for more details.
the holocaust impacted us in a lot of ways 1.) we built an atomic bomb because we let some Jews come to the US 2.)thats all i know cause i love cats
do yu mean the second? they surrendered after the second because they were dropped so close together time wise the government for one didnt think we had more but also didnt have time to come together and come to an agreement