The Manhattan Project Part I: The Atom Bomb And Science

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The Manhattan Project might have ended in 1947, but its effects lasted far past that (Palmer “The Long Shadow Of The Manhattan Project Part I: The Atom Bomb And Science”). One of its more prominent effects was the Atomic age when thousands of nuclear weapons were created and tested including the hydrogen bomb (“The Development and Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons”). To this day, the hydrogen bomb is the most powerful nuclear weapon, with the energy of 15,000 kilotons of TNT (Palmer “The Long Shadow Of The Manhattan Project Part I: The Atom Bomb And Science”). The Atomic age was also included the Cold War, when Russia and America competed fiercely in a nuclear arms race, though they never actually fought with the weapons (Majerol “The Atom

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