The Japanese had done many ruthless things towards other countries, and they did not have a bomb there, so they could not do anything to defend themselves. Although there are many reasons to drop the bomb on Hiroshima, there were just as many reasons as why the bomb should not have been dropped. The bomb killed 60,000-80,000 people, and most of those civilians had nothing to do with the war. As the years went on, many more people died, which was caused by illnesses from radiation exposure. Even if people survived the bombing, their children would also be affected.
Also, the lingering effects of nuclear war causes considerable amounts of lasting damage to the environment and society. Nuclear war causes devastation in many different forms, especially in the environment and society as is currently known. The first effects of nuclear war are seen in the destroyed environment. “Fires from even a limited nuclear war would throw enough soot into the atmosphere to block sunlight and lower global temperatures (MacDonald).” The initial impacts of atomic bombs would stirs up massive amounts of dirt, soot, and debris from the earth and launches it into the ozone, as well as the radiation that the bombs release. This increase of debris in the ozone would block sunlight, which would the cause drastic temperature changes to occur all over the world.
On August 6, 1945 the United States dropped an Atomic bomb called the Little Boy on Hiroshima in Japan. A few days later the united states dropped another atomic bomb called the Fat man on the city of Nagasaki. The dropping of an atomic bomb in Hiroshima and Nagasaki ended the wars quickly, as Japan saw the devastating effects it had on their people and country. The decision to drop the bomb was a very hard one to agree on but changed lives for others. There are many pros and cons of the atomic bombs.
We are very selfish in taking natural resources away from nature at a very alarming pace, yet none of it is helping nature at all! I read the other day in my Chemistry textbook that we have only about 40-50 years left until we run out of oil and natural gas! Right now, we have created so many harsh problems to our society that it’s almost beyond repair now. It will take a few decades for nature to mend the holes in the ozone layer. By that time, we would have used even more CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons), and created larger holes.
These punishments did no good. Locking people up in gas chambers did no good. Nazis would lock up innocent people in gas chambers (they were told that they would be taking a shower) and kill them with a chemical, which was originally meant for pesticide control called Zyklon B… Also mass shooting were a horrible punishment for just being yourself. They would just shoot large amount of people. Around 17000 were killed in one day because of mass shootings.
Climate change is not only about science but also about politics and ethics We live in the era when climate change has become a vital issue, a literally vital issue. A lot of creatures and living substances are dying because of the climate change, the landscapes change, burying under water whole islands. This is just a little part of what climate change does to the world we live in. On the first glance it seems obvious that everybody should be worried about the climate change, also because it affects our lives and our health and even because there is nowhere to run away from the planet. But this is not always the case, not everybody cares about it.
Not only air pollution is causing this problem but water pollution, climate change and global warming too. These effects of Pollution are causing huge impacts on life on Earth including the complete extinction of multiple species. How many more lives do we have to lose, in order to to take action for this problem? This essay will completely explore and reveal the history of pollution and alternative energy, along with the effects and solutions to solve this terrible problem. Pollution has been around for years but the real question is when did it really start?
As a matter of fact, crime rates have been dropping for the past few decades, and there isn’t a more adequate time for kids to be safe while playing outside than this time (Paulson). Fear of abduction has always been a worry for many parents, but in 2011 only nine kids were kidnapped by a stranger while 1,140 were killed in vehicles (Skenazy & Haidt). Everyday things like riding in a car are more dangerous than the crimes many parents fear. Kids are constantly being underestimated while the danger is being overestimated (Paulson). This time should be an opportunity for kids to explore their own independence.
Mostly in developing and developed countries, there are social and cultural biasness against women. Women are not allowed for any higher position and girls are not given proper education because many parents prefer investing in their boys. As a result, most women are unemployed because of poor education background Curran (2003). Besides that, the one child policy in china increases the number of missing women. The families kill or abandon newborn baby girls and hope to have a boy because boys seem to have social status.
In Malaysia, teen pregnancy cases have increased over the past few years due to lack of knowledge about sex education. Most people are not willing to take responsibility of being a parent as it is one of the hardest tasks to take on. Many teenagers tend to have sex before they get married and some of them do not take proper precautions before they have sexual involvement. Therefore, teenage pregnancy issues have become more and more common in the world. Most of the parents are worrying about their child getting pregnancy before they are married but they cannot absolutely control the every situation.