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In 1945, the bomb explosion on Hiroshima and Nagasaki was one of the most

devastating in all history. The bomb that struck them without notice produced

devastative effects. Bombs today are getting larger and stronger. The technology of weapons nowadays has lead to war, and war has caused catastrophes to families as well as friends. Today, the United States is the leading country that possesses the most dangerous bombs such as the Atomic Bomb, T.N.T's, Hydrogen bombs and Nitrogen ones. The production of Atomic Bombs, produced by scientists, must be stopped for several reasons.

First of all, Atomic Bombs contain radioactive substances that cause severe

destruction. These bombs are explosive devises that depend on the release of energy in a nuclear reaction known as fission. The bomb releases energy of a million times greater than the equal weight of a chemical high-explosive such as TNT . During the World War 2 in 1945, the first Atomic Bomb blast on Hiroshima, Japan, obliterated three-fifth of the city within seconds and killed a total of 115,000 people in only a few minutes according to a local newspaper in Japan. Moreover, the second bomb being dropped at Nagasaki killed an average of 70,000 people. In these two blasts, entire families perished, leaving no one to report the death until four months from the catastrophe. This has made the Atomic Bomb the most powerful weapon ever invented in mankind.

Secondly, countries that produce these bombs are harming others as well as themselves if there was war. For example, if a country fires an atomic bomb on another country, both of the countries will become affected with radiation and other nuclear gases. There is no need to produce these bombs because they are harming everybody in the world.

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