Ppt on history of atomic bomb

SWAT’S FOR OCTOBER 31, 2014 UNITED STATES HISTORY II HONORS THE GREAT TRIALS MR. PETERSON.

: What is America’s place in the world? What should America’s place be? A student facilitator will lead a brief discussion. AMERICAN HISTORY II HONORS Homework: Students will continue preparing for a debate on the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to be delivered in class starting on October 24 th. Students should have completed at least five index cards/


6/8/2016 1 Why Study Radiation? Uses for Radiation Click on the fallout shelter sign for a complete list of radiation uses in medicine, industry and technology.

atomic bombs. Explosive yield of atomic bomb measured in kilotons (each kiloton= 1,000 tons of TNT). Explosive yield of H-bomb measured in megatons (each megaton= 1,000,000 tons of TNT). Thermonuclear bombs can be made small enough to fit in warheads of intercontinental ballistic missiles. 6/8/2016 44 How the Bomb Functions! A Thermonuclear bomb differs fundamentally from an atomic bomb. H-bomb/2016 60 History of Nuclear Energy Click on the picture to look at the history of nuclear energy. More History can /


Monday Bellringer Quick Write: Make a list of at least 3 things that come to mind when you think about World War II.

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U.S. History Unit 10 Notes World War II.

made WWII the most destructive war in history - Many people were left homeless - Food, medicine, and clothing were in short supply The "Manhattan Project" was the code name for the A. U.S. plan to invade Japan. B. German use of jet aircraft. C. Allied plan to invade Europe. D. U.S. plans to make an atomic bomb. Military and political leaders in the/


Laura Watt.   Pearl Harbor was a United States Navy deep-water naval base.  Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, in December 7, 1941.  The main goal.

2.  87 000 people died in the bombing and the next few years following the bombing  70% of the citys industrial zone destroyed Nagasaki: The Aftermath Sources http://history1900s.about.com/od/worldwarii/a/hiroshima.htm http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/american-bomber-drops- atomic-bomb-on-hiroshima http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/american-bomber-drops- atomic-bomb-on-hiroshima http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/


Nuclear Holocaust in a Terrorist Age. My Purpose To underscore the importance of keeping track of weapons grade Uranium as a deterrent to nuclear terrorism.

: Klaus Fuchs smuggles secrets with help from Julius and Ether Rosenberg. Fuchs is deported. The Rosenbergs were executed. History: Post WWII: The Cold War Heats Up Edward Teller takes over production of a “hydrogen bomb”, inappropriately called the “Atomic Bomb” or “A-BombHistory: Post WWII: The Cold War Heats Up 9 May, 1951: “Operation Greenhouse” produces “George” which confirmed that a fission device could produce the/


Chronology of the Decision to Use the Bomb The official order states: "The 509 Composite Group, 20th Air Force will deliver its first special bomb as soon.

” In the memorandum accompanying the letter, Szilard wrote: “ our ‘ demonstration ’ of atomic bombs will precipitate a race in the production of these devices between the United States and Russia and that if we continue to pursue the//Lesson_95_Notes.htm www.colorado.edu/AmStudies/lewis/2010/atomic.htm www.colorado.edu/AmStudies/lewis/2010/atomic.htm www.colorado.edu/AmStudies/lewis/2010/atomic.htm History 5N readings, April 12: McGeorge, Berstein, Walzer. History 5N readings, April 12: McGeorge, Berstein, /


CHAPTER 28 THE AMERICAN CENTURY

Western Europe booming Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman © 2008 THE MARSHALL PLAN AND THE LESSON OF HISTORY Europe divided in two Western Europe: American influenced governments were elected, private property was respected—if /ABROAD September 1949: Soviet Union detonated an atomic bomb Truman called for a rapid expansion of American nuclear arsenal Asked advisors whether U.S. should pursue development of more powerful hydrogen bomb Atomic Energy Commission argued against their development Too /


World War II: The End, Impact, & Effects of the War

, August 6, 1945, followed on August 9 by the detonation of the "Fat Man" nuclear bomb over Nagasaki. These are to date the only attacks with nuclear weapons in the history of warfare Little Boy Fat Man Colonel Paul Tibbets & the A-Bomb The Enola Gay is the B-29 Superfortress bomber that dropped the first atomic bomb, code-named "Little Boy", to be used in war/


Hydrogen bomb By: DJ Ayotte And Ryan Blanchard Making of the Bomb  It is named for its two chief contributors, Hungarian-born physicist Edward Teller.

the United States.  The Codename for the Hydrogen Bomb was “MIKE” What is the Hydrogen Bomb? The contents of the bomb include:  At the center of it, lies an Atomic Bomb.  Surrounding the Atom Bomb is a layer of lithium deuteride, a compound of lithium and deuterium, the isotope of hydrogen with a mass of 2.  Around it is a tamper free thick outer layer of fissionable material that holds the contents together in/


America’s Involvement in World War II

government pay for the war and encourage the people to conserve resources? World War II was the most expensive war in our history, the war effort cost $100 Billion in 1945 alone. The Government responded by: Increasing the income tax For the first/.7: The War in the Pacific How did the Invasion at Iwo Jima and subsequent events lead to first use of Atomic bombs and the surrender of Japan? July 1942-October 1944: Admiral Nimitz put in place an “Island- Hopping” strategy that isolated heavily fortified /


World War 2 Atomic bombs.

wooden workshops set among Japanese houses; a few larger industrial plants lay near the outskirts of the city. Bibliography http://world-war-2.info/atomic-bomb/ http://www.history.co.uk/study-topics/history-of-ww2/atomic-bomb http://www.history.co.uk/study-topics/history-of-ww2/atomic-bomb https://www.google.com.au/search?q=ww2+atomic+bomb&biw=1920&bih=985&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=3ocKVdm6G4b_8QW5koKACw&sqi=2&ved/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice

economic/social marginalization World Population Urbanization 20-30 million people/year leave rural for urban areas 2007: first time in history that more than half the world’s population live in urban areas The Displaced World migrant population = 42 million/ with the “evil eye” can cast curses or harmful spells Ignorance/Pseudoscientific Beliefs 22% of Americans don’t know whether an atomic bomb has ever been dropped (2000) 20% of Americans don’t know the earth revolves around the sun (1999) 18% believe in /


Splash Screen Contents Chapter Introduction Section 1Origins of the Cold War Section 2The Early Cold War Years Section 3The Cold War and American Society.

spies increase with the Soviet Union’s production of the atomic bomb? Many believed that the Soviet Union could not have produced the atomic bomb without help. The belief was that American Communists must have sold secrets of the atomic bomb to the Soviets. Click the mouse button /and customs helped fuel the 1979 revolt against him. Mohammed Reza Shah Pahlavi died in exile in 1980. Moment in History 1 Click the Speaker button to listen to the audio again. You Don’t Say Contents 2 Marshall Opposition Chinese/


The Great Depression: Before & Beyond Causes & Effects of Two World Wars and Everything In-Between.

. References Answers.com (2007). Swastika. Article retrieved April 6, 2007, from Web site: http://www.answers.com/swastika. Authentic History Center, The (2007). The 1920s. Retrieved March 25, 2007, from Web site: http://www.authentichistory.com/. Bellis, M. (2007). The history of the atomic bomb. Article retrieved April 6, 2007, from About.com Web site: http://inventors.about.com/library/weekly/aa050300a.htm. Enchanted Learning/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

in 2008, over $30 billion in 2011 2008 profits largest in U.S. history (exceed GDP of 2/3 of world’s nations) 2008 profits largest in U.S. history (exceed GDP of 2/3 of world’s nations) Belridge, CA Oil Fields Edward Burtynsky Nigerian Gas Flare The / Beliefs 22% of Americans don’t know whether an atomic bomb has ever been dropped (2000) 22% of Americans don’t know whether an atomic bomb has ever been dropped (2000) 20% of Americans don’t know the earth revolves around the sun (1999) 20% of Americans don’t/


Exploring American History Unit VIII- Boom Times and Challenges Chapter 26 – Section 5 Victory and Consequences.

Big Idea The Allies won World War II, the most devastating war in world history. Main Ideas The Allies gained victory in Europe with Germany’s surrender. Nazis murdered millions of Jews and other people in the Holocaust. Victory in the Pacific came after the United States dropped atomic bombs on Japan. Main Idea 1: The Allies gained victory in Europe with Germany’s/


The Dropping of The Atomic Bomb at Hiroshima and Nagasaki Charles C. and Ben S. Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The atom bomb was no great decision. It.

’s Motivations Cont. Many historians believe that a main reason for the use of the bomb was retaliation for the surprise and brutal attack on Pearl Harbor. After the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Truman said “This is the greatest thing in history.” and “Nobody is more disturbed over the use of atomic bombs than I am but I was greatly disturbed over the unwarranted attack by/


The Dropping of The Atomic Bomb at Hiroshima and Nagasaki The atom bomb was no great decision. It was merely another powerful weapon in the arsenal of.

’s Motivations Cont. Many historians believe that a main reason for the use of the bomb was retaliation for the surprise and brutal attack on Pearl Harbor. After the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Truman said “This is the greatest thing in history.” and “Nobody is more disturbed over the use of atomic bombs than I am but I was greatly disturbed over the unwarranted attack by/


The Dropping of The Atomic Bomb at Hiroshima and Nagasaki The atom bomb was no great decision. It was merely another powerful weapon in the arsenal of.

16, 1945 Until the atomic bomb could be tested, doubt/ around the base of the tower to/the atomic bomb. The atomic bomb made the prospect of / painful friction of raw surfaces /to be sure of the gender of either corpse./of December, approximately five months after the bombing. Hair combed off of head in 3 strokes of a brush Radiation The defining characteristic of an atomic bomb that distinguishes it from any conventional bomb is radiation. Those exposed within about 1000 meters of/release of POW’s. http/


Bombs… More Bombs and Nuclear Bombs! By: Jessica Eileen Quinones.

ever wonder why? You have probably read about the atomic bombs used in World War II in your history books (Fat Man, Little Boy, etc) and you’ve probably heard of all the chaos and destruction they’ve caused. Anybody ever wonder why? Whats the Difference between an A-bomb and the Car bombs, or other bombs utilized in the war against terror today? Whats the Difference/


Lecture 27 Alternative Futures & Big Lessons of the Course December 13, 2012 Final Exam Thursday, December 18, 2014 5208 & 5322 Social Science.

branch; the election of Obama; the longest war in US history 2010-2025: ?????? I. History is Filled with Surprises! 1905-1920: World War I and the Russian Revolution 1920-1935: From the roaring 20s economic boom with an unshakable large Republican majority to the Stock Market crash, the Great Depression, the New Deal 1935-1950: World War II and the atomic bomb to the cold/


Chapter 6. Nuclear Weapons 1.History of Weapons Development 2.Nuclear Explosions 3.Uranium and Nuclear Weapons 4.Plutonium and Nuclear Weapons 5.Nuclear.

for a substantial number of deaths, possibly 30%. Atomic Bomb Survivor Excess Cancer 5467 Total Cancer Excess 437 (421) Population of Survivors Studied 86,572 Total Cancers observed after the Bomb 8,180 Total Cancers Expected without Bomb 7,743 Excess Leukemia 104 Excess Tumor 334 437+= The delayed effects during the period from 1950 through 1990 Chapter 6. Nuclear Weapons 1.History of Weapons Development 2.Nuclear/


Introduction: Most devastating war in human history Most devastating war in human history 55 million dead 55 million dead 1 trillion dollars 1 trillion.

Heritage Foundation in the U.S. claims 4,900 U.S. dead on D-Day The U.S. Army Center of Military History cites a total casualty figure for U.S. forces at 6,036. This number combines dead and wounded in the D-Day/ the development of the Atomic Bomb The most powerful bomb the world had ever known. Summer of 1945, the atomic bomb was ready. Truman wanted to end the war quickly to save American lives. The Sky Explodes August 6, 1945, the American bomber, Enola Gay dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima./


The Dropping of The Atomic Bomb at Hiroshima and Nagasaki Charles C. and Ben S. Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The atom bomb was no great decision. It.

’s Motivations Cont. Many historians believe that a main reason for the use of the bomb was retaliation for the surprise and brutal attack on Pearl Harbor. After the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Truman said “This is the greatest thing in history.” and “Nobody is more disturbed over the use of atomic bombs than I am but I was greatly disturbed over the unwarranted attack by/


The Dropping of The Atomic Bomb at Hiroshima and Nagasaki Richard Vaughan Foothill High School The atom bomb was no great decision. It was merely another.

’s Motivations Cont. Many historians believe that a main reason for the use of the bomb was retaliation for the surprise and brutal attack on Pearl Harbor. After the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Truman said “This is the greatest thing in history.” and “Nobody is more disturbed over the use of atomic bombs than I am but I was greatly disturbed over the unwarranted attack by/


EXAM 2- June 2013 OUTLINE PAPER 1929-2000 There will 3 questions on the paper with 4 parts and then one extended question (essay) from a choice of two.

in WWII? What contribution did the USA play in WWII? (Europe, Africa, Pacific) How did it justify the use of the atomic bomb. REACTIVE FOREIGN POLICY Why was WWII a turning point in American foreign policy? 1. Situation before 2. Situation during war /order. Around US$40 billion of the US$60 billion cost was paid by Saudi Arabia.United StatesSaudi ArabiaUnited KingdomEgypt Throughout much of the Cold War, Iraq had been an ally of the Soviet Union, and there was a history of friction between it and the/


Harry S. Truman & The Atomic Bomb Power point created by Robert Martinez Primary Content Source: Speaking of History: Vol. II, by Laura Belmonte

Harry S. Truman & The Atomic Bomb Power point created by Robert Martinez Primary Content Source: Speaking of History: Vol. II, by Laura Belmonte http://www.danzfamily.com/archives/blogphotos/06/393-tibbets-enola-gay.jpg In 1939, physicist Albert Einstein warned President Franklin Roosevelt that the Nazis were capable of producing a weapon that harnessed atomic energy. http://www.the-planets.com/star-biography/Albert-Einstein-Imagination/


The War in the Pacific Valdner & Patten Mepham High School Global History II Valdner & Patten Mepham High School Global History II.

History II Valdner & Patten Mepham High School Global History II War in the Pacific A major turning point took place in May and June 1942, when American ships damaged two Japanese fleets at the battle of Coral Sea and Midway Islands After the Battle of Midway, the United States Marines, under the command of/. The Japanese did not respond, so the United States dropped a second atomic bomb on August 9th, the next day, on the city of Nagasaki, killing more than 40,000 people. Finally on August 10th, Emperor/


Atomic Bombings By Walter Butler. Father of Atomic Bomb -Julius Robert Oppenheimer is known as the Father of the Atomic Bomb -Oppenheimer was an American.

Comparison 3 questions -How many people were killed in the 2 atomic bombings? -Who was the president that ordered the use of Atomic Bombs? -What are the dates of the bombings in Nagasaki and Hiroshima? Bibliography http://valhallamovement.com/wp- content/uploads/2014/02/atomic-bomb-test- 1946-granger.jpg http://www.history.co.uk/study-topics/history-of- ww2/atomic-bomb http://i.kinja-img.com/gawker- media/image/upload/s--yez8wvGX-- /c_fit/


HISTORY OF THE ATOM By: Brenden, Jordan, Lindsey 8 th period.

HISTORY OF THE ATOM By: Brenden, Jordan, Lindsey 8 th period In 1932, James Chadwick was testing alfa particles with beryllium to get electromagnetic radiation but in the reaction, he discovered a “neutral particle” with a mass also known as a Neutron. In 1941, he wrote a MAUD report, which inspired the US government to begin serious atomic bomb research efforts. After building a successful bomb, in/


Remember: Your essay for the test will be… Explain, in detail, the battle and significance of Iwo Jima. How did this battle influence the decision to use.

3 arguments against the atomic bomb  Website: Copy and Paste http://www.lanl.gov/history/atomicbomb/vi ctory.shtml http://www.lanl.gov/history/atomicbomb/vi ctory.shtml  Read the paragraphs titled The Target Committee and Hiroshima and Nagasaki  Answer the following questions in your handout 1. What criteria did a city have to make to make it a target of the Atomic bomb? 2. Why was/


What is the role of Science in Society? Objectives: 1. Identify and analyze ways advances in Science effect Society. 2. Examine Ethics in Science in the.

German discovery. Leo Szilard is the motivating force behind the U.S. starting the development of the atomic bomb. He worked on developing the bomb as part of the Manhattan Project. Szilard, Wigner and Teller are concerned. How can they make the world/1933+germany&btnG=Search+Images http://www.aip.org/history/einstein/nuclear1.htm http://www-groups.dcs.st- and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Einstein.htmlhttp://www-groups.dcs.st- and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Einstein.html www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/einstein/


US History Unit #14. Closure Question #1: Why did Roosevelt support a “Europe first” strategy even though it was Japan that had first attacked the United.

with Stalin’s position, but Churchill hesitated and delayed. Recalling the slaughter of British troops on the Western Front in World War I, he was not anxious to see history repeat itself. He argued that the German U-boat presence was too great/write down questions or comments to make during the full class discussion. Class Discussion: The Atomic Bomb  Inner Circle Order 1. How was this category of people involved with the Atomic Bomb? 2. What impact did the attacks on Japan have on this category? 3. From/


Events leading to War invasion of Manchuria, China (1931) invasion of Manchuria, China (1931) Full scale invasion of China (1937): French, Dutch, and British.

S. Marines invade Okinawa with the largest landing force in Pacific history & involved more people and ships than D-Day U.S. Marines invade Okinawa with the largest landing force in Pacific history & involved more people and ships than D-Day First time/ lives, President Truman orders military to drop 2 atomic bombs on Japan Warning of “prompt and utter destruction” given to Japan Okinawa The Manhattan Project “Best kept secret” of the war “Best kept secret” of the war The Manhattan Project was an effort to/


The Dropping of The Atomic Bomb at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

’s Motivations Cont. Many historians believe that a main reason for the use of the bomb was retaliation for the surprise and brutal attack on Pearl Harbor. After the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Truman said “This is the greatest thing in history.” and “Nobody is more disturbed over the use of atomic bombs than I am but I was greatly disturbed over the unwarranted attack by/


World War II.

believed Japan could be broken by the naval blockade and continued conventional bombing. General Eisenhower later lamented use of the bomb. The decision to drop the atomic bomb became controversial in past few decades Critics of the decision maintain the U.S. let the emperor on the throne/ ones in short supply. Improvement in airplanes and radar changed war A-bomb changed the course of human history; years after 1945 called "Atomic Age" End of WWII sowed the seeds for the onset of the Cold War: 1946-1992


America and World War II

Combat Team, the most decorated unit in U.S. history. African Americans and the War A. Phillip Randolph- African American Leader Wanted more Civil Rights for African Americans End of segregation in War Industries, Presidential Executive Order 8802 Segregation in/home islands 5000 Kamikaze waiting The experience of Okinawa and Iwo Jima Revealed the US casualties to invade Japan would number in the hundreds of thousands- With an invasion force of 700K When the Atomic bomb was ready it was seen as the/


THE COLD WAR CICERO © 2008.

Morgenthau was the United States Secretary of the Treasury CICERO © 2008 The atomic bomb is dropped over Hiroshima, Japan HIROSHIMA ATOMIC BOMB The United States, thanks to the completion of the Manhattan Project, had constructed the first atomic bomb. In an effort to end the/ first manned space mission to land on the Moon. In addition, it was the fifth manned flight in the history of the Apollo program. The mission was launched on July 16, 1969. The astronauts were Commander Neil Armstrong, Command Module/


1 WW 2 History Club 24 - Aug - 2011 Manhatten Project Timeline.

1 WW 2 History Club 24 - Aug - 2011 Manhatten Project Timeline 2 Manhattan Project Timeline 1905Einstein postulates the matter energy relationship E=mc 2 1919Ernest Rutherford discovers the / July 14, 1941 Bush and Conant receive the MAUD report. October 9, 1941 Bush briefs FDR and VP Wallace on the state of atomic bomb research. FDR instructs Bush to find out if a bomb can be built and at what cost. Bush receives permission to explore construction needs with the Army. November 9, 1941 A Third National/


A Brief History of the Atomic Bomb THINK ABOUT: Did the United States Have to Drop Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

A Brief History of the Atomic Bomb THINK ABOUT: Did the United States Have to Drop Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Albert Einstein’s Letter to FDR August 1939- FDR receives letter signed by Einstein; brilliant, well-respected physicist Einstein alerts FDR that Nazi Germany may be building an atomic weapon US not yet at war with Germany Einstein says US is now able to set up/


World War II American History II.

enemy territory. The unit served with exceptional distinction in North Africa and Europe. Alabama History: Aliceville POW Camp The story of the Aliceville Prisoner of War Camp goes back to when Allied forces defeated the German AfricaKorps in 1943. There/without an invasion. The U.S. had developed an atomic bomb, the most powerful weapon yet invented. Development of the bomb had been called the Manhattan Project. Truman decided to use the atomic bomb on Japan rather than invade. The Manhattan Project Fat Man/


AKINS HIGH SCHOOL Pre-A.P. World History Room 167 Tutorials: T ~ F; 8:20 ~ 8:50 TODAY’s OBJECTIVES: Describe the Allied plan for victory & show the Allied.

SCHOOL Pre-A.P. World History Room 167 Tutorials: T ~ F; 8:20 ~ 8:50 TODAY’s OBJECTIVES: Describe the Allied plan for victory & show the Allied strategy on two fronts. Explain how civilians on the Allied home fronts contributed to the war effort. Summarize events that led to the surrender of Germany. Explain the importance of the atom bomb in the Allied victory over/


Stories of Hiroshima Bombing–(2) Historical Representation and Identity Reconstructions -- Different Online Reproductions -- Joy Kogawa’s Obasan "Little.

-- Different Online Reproductions -- Joy Kogawa’s Obasan "Little Boy" --the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. "Fat Man" --dropped on Nagasaki August 9, 1945. Outline A Footnote to Vietnam –a poem on Vietnam “Recollection”Recollection Online Representations of Hiroshima Bombing Q & A Obasan –  General Intro General Intro  Issues of Race;Race  Repression of History Repression of History  Trauma, Reconstructions & “Language” Trauma, Reconstructions & “Language” For Next Time/


World War II The beginning. Dictators ●leader who gains complete control of a country’s government o Adolf Hitler - Germany o Benito Mussolini- Italy.

soldiers lives, Truman decided to drop the first atomic bomb on Japan ●August 6 the first bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. 80,000 people died within seconds of the bomb being dropped. ●August 9 the second bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. 60,000 people died Effects of the Atomic Bomb http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/bombing-of-hiroshima-and- nagasaki/videos/atomic-bomb Response Question Do you think the US should/


Nuclear History Lecture 1b Terry A. Ring

1b Terry A. Ring http://www.onlineeducation.net/resources/nuclear-history-timeline http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_nuclear_weapons_development Pre 1940’s During the 1930s three /- The Soviet Union detonates its first atomic device. Nuclear Chain Reaction This drawing depicts the historic December 2, 1942, event The first successful test of an atomic bomb Alamogordo, New Mexico, July 16, 1945 Hiroshima Little Boy – U 235 Atomic Bomb The atomic bomb that destroyed Hiroshima. Hiroshima after Blast /


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

45 billion in 2008 Exxon: $45 billion in 2008 Largest in U.S. history Largest in U.S. history Exceeds GDP of 2/3 of world’s nations Exceeds GDP of 2/3 of world’s nations Belridge, CA Oil Fields Edward Burtynsky Nigerian Gas Flare The /) 22% of Americans don’t know whether an atomic bomb has ever been dropped (2000) 22% of Americans don’t know whether an atomic bomb has ever been dropped (2000) Pseudoscientific Beliefs 20% of Americans don’t know the earth revolves around the sun (1999) 20% of Americans don’t/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

billion in 2008, $19 billion in 2010 2008 profits largest in U.S. history (exceed GDP of 2/3 of world’s nations) 2008 profits largest in U.S. history (exceed GDP of 2/3 of world’s nations) Belridge, CA Oil Fields Edward Burtynsky Nigerian Gas Flare The/ Beliefs 22% of Americans don’t know whether an atomic bomb has ever been dropped (2000) 22% of Americans don’t know whether an atomic bomb has ever been dropped (2000) 20% of Americans don’t know the earth revolves around the sun (1999) 20% of Americans don’t/


The History and Physics of Nuclear Weapons in World War II Mr. Adams and Mr. Neely Websites Used:

The History and Physics of Nuclear Weapons in World War II Mr. Adams and Mr. Neely Websites Used: http://www.worsleyschool.net/science/files/nuclear/bomb.html http://videos.howstuffworks.com/hsw/11948-nuclear-energy- atomic-bombs-video.htm http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1E1-ManhattaP.html From Isolationism to War Rather than addressing foreign concerns, President Roosevelt focused on domestic issues surrounding the Great Depression/


Timeline of Nuclear Weapon Development, Policy and Use 1945 1945  Start of plutonium separation at Hanford.  Start of operation in the gaseous diffusion.

working bomb were created and seen to their logical ends by some of the greatest minds of our time. Among these people who unleashed the power of the atomic bomb /of sulfates. The spill degraded the western Rio Puerco water source. It carried toxic metals already detectable at least seventy miles downstream. Termination Policy  1953 House Concurrent Resolution 108  1954-1962 61 tribes terminated  Relocation program  Urban Indian issues  Uranium Mining: Navajo History  Nuclear Testing: Shoshone History/


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