Atomic bombs, hydrogen bombs, and nuclear fission are three different types of nuclear explosions. But what is the difference between them?
Let’s take a look at the 10 biggest nuclear explosions in world history.
The idea of nuclear energy can be used for good or for bad, but it’s also been used to make the blues. No, not just any music—the blues. It’s a genre of music that came from America in the early 1900s and is characterized by its use of wailing vocals and simple guitar melodies. The name comes from using “blue notes” when playing instruments (a blue note is one that sounds sad or depressed). While there are many different types of blues, all share common traits: they tell stories about loss and suffering through various forms such as lyrics, guitar riffs and drumbeats.
We all know that nuclear weapons are powerful. We all know that nuclear weapons are dangerous. But what does it mean to say that a nuclear weapon is bad?
Nuclear bombs can cause a lot of damage, but they’re also scary as hell. They’re scary because they’re powerful and cool at the same time—which means you want to be around one while it’s exploding, but you don’t want to be anywhere near them. In fact, if there’s any place on Earth where you should not stand when the bomb goes off (besides inside it), then it’s probably within 50 miles of ground zero for an atomic detonation.