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H-bomb

Page history last edited by HBomb 12 years, 4 months ago

Seamus McGovern 

 

 

Background

The H-bomb was created in 1951 by Edward Teller. The bomb explosion was 750 times stronger then the A-bombs. The H-bomb was dropped on two cities in World War II which were Hiroshima and Nagasaki and caused tons and tons of damage. people were sick and the explosion killed a lot of people and the U.S.A even warned people to evacuate. This bomb is not radioactive it is very modern. Also this bomb was so big that people wondered how it can be assembled.

 Significance

The significance of this bomb was that with the dropping of the bomb we won World War II and it sadly caused many deaths and injures in Japan. But the USA is planning that this model bomb would never be dropped again because it causes to many injures and damage. people who weren't effected by the explosion it self consumed the fumes from the bomb which got them very very sick and caused them to die. Even little kids. But it has also been experimented by China France and also Russia but they had not agreed on not dropping it like the USA did. and if they ever do drop it it will be more powerful than the one that was dropped on japan because it will be modernized.

 

 

 

 

                                   

                                                          Picture: Hydrogen Bomb explosion!

 

 

 

 

Comments (18)

Chou said

at 4:34 pm on Sep 23, 2010

WOW! 750 times stronger? Thats incredible! I always thought that it was the A-Bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Nice job Seamus!

HBomb said

at 11:45 am on Sep 24, 2010

Thanks

DienBienPhu said

at 4:34 pm on Sep 23, 2010

I thiink tha tthe picture of the bomb exploading was really cool. Also, i thought i was interesting that because of how much damage it causes, that they wouldnt use it again.

HBomb said

at 11:41 am on Sep 24, 2010

Yes the U.S.A is trying to make a model of this bomb never be set off again

Chubby Checkers said

at 4:37 pm on Sep 23, 2010

i didn't think anything could be 750 times stronger than the H-bomb. I wonder how big the explosion was.

Chubby Checkers said

at 4:38 pm on Sep 23, 2010

A-bomb*

Elvis said

at 4:53 pm on Sep 23, 2010

Thats amazing how powerful the bomb was. By chance, so you know who allowed the bomb to go off?

HBomb said

at 11:55 am on Sep 24, 2010


the president of the U.S.A teddy rossevelt because Japan didnt surennder

Hula Hoops said

at 5:03 pm on Sep 23, 2010

That is pretty amazing, how big is the bomb?

Stalin said

at 5:09 pm on Sep 23, 2010

wow. ive never heard of a bomb this big. it is very interesting that it is 750 times larger than an atomic bomb. nice job.

Joe McCarthy said

at 7:03 pm on Sep 23, 2010

i never knew that any bomb was that big. 750 times stronger that's so amazing.

JFK said

at 8:02 pm on Sep 23, 2010

That must have been a huge explosion I can't even think about the destruction

china said

at 8:49 pm on Sep 23, 2010

That was a huge explosion. Imagine an explosion today. That would be huge and would probably cause twice as much damage as the H-bomb

Nasser said

at 9:03 pm on Sep 23, 2010

750 times stronger than an A-bomb, thats huge. I can see why it was a major event in that time period. You said that the bomb was made in 1951 so if it was, how was it dropped on Japan in 1945? Was there an earlier model?

KingandI said

at 10:14 pm on Sep 23, 2010

i think that this is a cheat :) haha that's amazing 750 times stronger than the A- bomb. i feel bad who ever got hit by that. but i want to see a picture of it before it was dropped.

Marilyn Monroe said

at 7:46 am on Sep 24, 2010

I didn't know it was that big! I feel so sorry for who ever was killed. How long did it take to make?

Beatlemania said

at 8:03 am on Sep 24, 2010

Its amazing that anything can be anything can be 750 times larger than ann a bomb thats huge. great article.

Liston said

at 11:41 am on Sep 24, 2010

tis is soooooo awesome its huge

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