• Scientists: We just split an
atom!
Government: Can we
weaponize it?
Scientists: No! This can take
out entire cities!
Government:
That's.. WEE)! i'm here
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    • Acting as if the scientists were totally innocent of the implications and didn’t know full well what this discovery was going to be used for
      Kodamary 7 jun
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    • Oppenheimer said, when they detonated the first atom bomb, “there is a chance that this much energy could ignite the atmosphere and kill everyone” and they just fucking did it
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    • actually scientists warned that it could cause a chain reaction, splitting every atom in the atmosphere apart. they just didn't know.
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    • False. When scientists first discovered fission, they went straight to the government to have it weaponized, as they knew the germans weren't far behind in their research. They wanted the us to have it before the germans.
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    • Imagine you’re just beating your dick to some anime tiddies, then because some old geasers are at war one of them decides to drop a nuke, and just before you nut you see a flash of light then get vaporized
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    • Japan would've fought teeth and nail to the death if we hadn't used the nukes. There would have been far more casualties, both Japanese and American, not to mention the Soviet army which was planning to invade. If we hadn't used the nukes, it would've been disastrous.
      OeYe 11 jun
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    • Fun fact: the Germans were the first to split an Atom. Cant remember if it was before or after WW2 began but it was certainly during loser's time. Alberto Einstein (a German scientist in the US) warned the US of the dangers of weaponizing this new founding and that is how the Manhattan project bega
      yroofahg 7 jun
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    • Oppenheimer literally wrote a letter to then-President FDR, imploring him to fund nuclear research because of it's destructive capabilities. And THEN they split the Atom.
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    • cbomb 7 jun
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    • They knew what they were doing you fucktard their was an entire project made to split atoms and make them into bombs.
      Frost___ 7 jun
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    • There was a small chance that the splitting of an atom could of caused a chain reaction of splitting atoms which would of resulted in the worlds destruction. Still did it.
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    • Scientists were the ones who actually recommended that the government weaponize it. At the time, that was the only application of nuclear fission.
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    • Could be used for potentially limitless energy, uses it as a bomb
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    • The only mystery in life is why the kamikaze pilots wore helmets
      Mewshin 7 jun
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    • The entire purpose of the research was to level cities, nuclear power was just a byproduct
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    • Fun Fact: After the first atomic bomb test the scientists working on the Manhattan Project petitioned for the bombs to never be used.
      Subject 11 jun
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    • Cuz fucking japan wouldve NEVER gave up. We fire bombed the shit outta them and they were just like "we no care, we still win" even though the loss was imminent, a long ways away but imminent
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    • Except it was scientists who brought it to the government saying it could be used as a weapon.
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    • It can also create world peace. People who want nuclear disarmament are inadvertently pro-world war.
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    • Just saying for those who don’t know, literally the only reason we researched atomic fission (splitting the atom) was to weaponize it
      Arst 8 jun
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    • Oppenheimer and friends were afraid to detonate the first atomic bomb, because they feared it would start an unstoppable chain reaction and destroy the planet. Where did they get this idea? Same idea that 2 Hydrogen atoms smashed together with such force the universe was created
      gatom0 8 jun
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    • All the people here correcting the meme probably feel like a genius
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    • Japan: *nervous sweating*
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    • Ceaje926 8 jun
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    • This is possible, but time travel is fiction
      Vimmier 8 jun
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    • Scientists learned how to split an atom for the express purpose of destroying entire cities. Ever heard of the Manhattan Project?
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    • X_tek 7 jun
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    • Just for those who dont know, splitting an atom on it's own does little to nothing, when you combine it with highly unstable uranium the one atom that split destabilizes the other atoms causing the explosion
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    • Japan:
      iRaditz 7 jun
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    • People make fun of this while their country isn't being invaded lol
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    • This is the American government*
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    • The government made them split the atom to make a weapon in the first place tho
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    • _psych_ 8 jun
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    • I know this created the cold war but if you didnt know Russia after WW2 was planning to take over Europe and then they saw the atomic bomb and was like nah maybe tomorrow
      Kakashi 8 jun
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    • “So probably humans are just garbage “
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    • We will all kill eachother off with nukes within the next 300 years im calling it
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    • Nukes are pretty cool but I wish they were never made
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    • If you respond to can we weaponize it with no it can take out entire cities then your just asking for it to be weaponized
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    • They thought it might light the whole atmosphere on fire at first and then assumed it wouldn’t matter if it did or not and tested it anyway
      ido1 8 jun
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    • Look up the Nuclear Scare Scam on YouTube...nuclear bombs are not what they say they are
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    • The weapon was the whole point in the first place
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    • They split the atom TRYING to make a weapon
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    • Honestly we need another world war. It’s the only way we’re going to get some new tech
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    • Scientists thought that there was a 10% chance that a nuclear bomb could ignite all oxygen on earth and still tested it
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    • Why do you think I came all this way?
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    • An atom is split when a specific isotopic nucleus is hit by a neutron, creating 2 more stable isotopes of a smaller nucleus, which in turn release a neutron each, to then hit other nuclei, creating a dominoed chain reaction. Make big boom.
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    • Yeah. That was kinda the entire point. To possess a weapon that was a deterrent against all future wars. That becomes a mute point, when you announce to the world that you'll never use it.
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    • It's all fun and games until your city is nuked
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    • The government is not to be trusted if they put power before people, ever.
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    • This is disingenuous. The weapon came before the non-violent uses were even considered.
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    • "I am death, the destroyer of worlds."
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    • That was the whole point of the Manhattan project and the atomic research that Germany was doing, to see if we can split an atom and if we can how much energy is produced and how it can be turned into a bomb
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    • The whole reason atoms were ever split was because of its capacity to be used in weapons. Good men who had theorized what would happen if an atom grew unstable were incredibly weary of testing it, because they literally didn’t know what may happen. It could’ve destroyed the world in one go
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    • This post is retarded
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    • Technically the atom isn't split. It fires off it's electrons which hit other atoms causing them to fire electrons in a massive chain reaction
      sazuto 8 jun
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    • You know, I really think if Russia would've went ahead and invaded Japan, a lot more people would've been lost.
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    • "My God...what have we done?" Robert Lewis, co-pilot of the Enola Gay.
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    • The cold war would've gone hot if it wasn't for MAD
      Chabob 8 jun
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    • Best part is the scientist was a woman
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    • Some people convinced themselves that they were the government. I think it's an identity that officials cling to
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    • It was actually a scientist that suggested weaponizing it. Albert Einstein. He had learned that 3 chemists had successfully split an atom in a Berlin laboratory. He promptly urged the president to begin work on an atomic weapon before the Germans could do it first. (To my understanding)
      Snavels 8 jun
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    • That’s what weaponise means *insert infinity war meme here*
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    • It’s Friday my dudes! I’m just tryna get down with some weapons grade LSD, ya feel meh?
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    • Ask not what your country can do for you, but ask can we weaponize it
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    • So I guess this is the retarded un informed interpretation of the Manhattan project
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    • They detonated nukes in the upper atmosphere just to see what would happen! They thought there was a chance it'd remove the ozone and killed everyone but they wanted to test it, just to make sure.
      Honkler 7 jun
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    • Science is for knowledge and discovery, not for your nation-to-nation dick measuring contest
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    • And we used it rightfully to nuke Japan.
      Give2000 7 jun
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    • Cities? No... the nuke is for cities, aka a fusion bomb. That would be a fission bomb. Which very much has the potential energy to destroy the world, someone dropping one to destroy an enemy would not only take out the enemy
      DbzGirl 7 jun
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    • If "the parties switched", and the Democrats of today were the Republicans of the past, does that mean that today's Democrats were behind the genocide of the Native Americans in the West, the Chinese Exclusion Act, and the mass deportations of random Mexicans in Operation Wetback?
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    • Einstien had to beg the pres three times to build one first
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    • That's exactly why they made it tho
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    • Nuclear energy was developed in the 50s, and nuclear weapons were developed in the 40s. Let that sit for a moment.
      Joseph_S 7 jun
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    • You break my boats I break your cities
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    • Actually scientists recommend that the US should use it as a weapon
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    • They messed with our boats
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