Write a 5 page essay on DEVASTATION DONE BY ATOMIC BOMB.
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Atomic bomb devastation of the Nagasaki and Hiroshima caused the death of approximately 73,884 and 140,000 individuals respectively, and the bombing injured many more. Yokota, Mine, & Shibata, (2013, 22), states that An atomic bomb brings about blasts, radiation and heat rays that affect survivors by making them develop the disease known as atomic bomb disease. Moreover, to date some of the victims of the atomic still suffer from these diseases. The devastations caused by these bombs are numerous including house destructions as seen in the case of Nagasaki city. The flash of heat cause the temperature of the surfaces to rise as high as that of the sun causing individuals bodies to burn immensely than the normal burns. These injuries later on turn into running sores. Those close to the area of the explosion looked yellowish red while those far away reported a bright blue-white light that resembled burning magnesium
The effect of this heat rays on materials included the burning of wooden fences, clothing’s, among others that were in the proximity. Also, roof tile surfaces became bubbly and rough after being exposed to heat rays. In addition, the blast of atomic bombs possesses a tremendous force, which blew away and flattened buildings. This affected many individuals by crushing them to death if they were under the collapsed buildings. Additionally, it can start and spread fire due to blasts and heat rays. Radiation is another cause of the atomic bomb, this radiations penetrate the body of human beings and affect a number of cells, thus bringing about the breakdown of various body parts and organs. Additionally, radiation causes anemia, bleeding, destruction of intestinal fluids and the stomach, decrease in white cell count and bone marrow destruction. Victims of radiation normally pass on within a period of thirty days (Kodama, Ozasa, & Okubo,
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