The Pros And Cons Of Nuclear Bomb Testing

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Is a bomb that could wipe out hundreds and thousands of lives powerful? During World War 2 the city of Hiroshima and Nagasaki from Japan got devastated because of the United States bomb invention which is the nuclear bomb. United States dropped the first bomb on the city of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, according to the articles about 65,000 to 200,000 people kick the bucket. After the destruction of Hiroshima, Japan still did not surrender. United States dropped the second bomb on Nagasaki which made them give up, one of the article stated that 39,000 people were assassinated and 25,000 were injured. A year after World War 2, United States conduct a nuclear bomb test at Bikini Atoll. Base on the article, bikini atoll is from Micronesia, 2.3 square miles, and people have been living there for generationss. According on “The Radioactive Atoll” …show more content…
United States should have looked for another atoll to use for the nuclear bomb test, the one that is uninhabited. The Bikinians did not have to suffer for about 26 years if the United States used different atoll to test the bombs. It’s understandable that the United States used Bikini Atoll as their testing site because it is isolated and far from the sea and routes. The only problem was the Bikinians who have been living on Bikini Atoll for generation. But they could have helped the Bikinians when they moved from place to another, when they needed food the most. Also now Bikini Atoll is full of radioactive, the food, drinking water, the land, and also the people who live there. Some of the animals on the ocean or sea life have been extinct caused by the nuclear bomb blast or the radiation afterwards. Always consider everyone else before making a decision, if it makes them safe and protected or

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