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BOMB DROPPED ON HIROSHIMA JAPAN on August 6, 1945 (shadow left by a Hiroshima citizen who had been working at 8:15 when the bomb was dropped)

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On August 6, 1945 the uranium bomb, “Little Boy”, was dropped on Hiroshima killing 70,000-80,000 people immediately. Three days later, the plutonium bomb, “Fat Man”, was dropped on Nagasaki killing an estimated 40,000-75,000 instantly. Those that survived the initial blasts were then subject to severe radiation and thermal burns, radiation sickness and related diseases all aggravated by the lack of meckal resources. It is estimated that another 200,000 people had died by 1950 as a result of…

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Humble miso soup may have saved lives when the atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. Science now confirms miso prevents radiation injury. It may also prevent cancer and hypertension. Here's why you need at least one cup a day.

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Great graphic from the National Post, released August 1, 2015 - What happened in the 70 years following Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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I have just been punched in the face and will be crying from pain for a couple of days after reading this.

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George Caron, fotógrafo militar. Cielo de Hiroshima, agosto de 1945. Nube de la bomba atómica "Little Boy", lanzada desde el avión B-29, Enola Gay.

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