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Effect of Nuclear Weapons

Nuclear weapon is an explosive device that derives destructive force from nuclear reactions of fusion reactions. Types: Fission weapons and fusion weapons

Now seven known countries and some unknown possess weapons for use of atomic and nuclear energy by different countries is very condemnable. Several enveloped or advanced countries and even some developing countries like Pakistan and India possesses nuclear power. we can understand the destruction of nuclear war from atomic bomb dropping by America on Japan .A nuclear war is completely different from common wars. Thousands or millions of people can get killed by these bombs like hydrogen bombs. No one anywhere would favor atomic war because of its destructive dimensions. The first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on 6 August 1945 destroying 3 sq miles of the city and surroundings killing 160,000 people. The second atomic attack was on Nagasaki on 9 August 1945 caused the same kind of destruction .The air was full of atomic radiations in and around the city for years. A nuclear war is not the death of just a few thousand people rather it is a destruction of a whole society of living creatures and vegetation and an almost permanent closing of the  chapter of life. people died like flies and insects and those left behind were useless as dead. The people of the warring countries and of the several other countries were wounded as well. the was not much left to eat or drink or use .Buildings were collapsed, water got poisoned and many birds and animals died.Tress and plants disappeared. Fields went dry becoming useless for agriculture. there was just woes and cries left behind. Nuclear war was a source of destruction of human life due to the radiations and poison left behind caused many deaths due to the diseases

Effects of Nuclear weapon

  1. HEAT AFFECT

The earth was heated at a temperature of 7000 degrees which can cause it to melt and burn. The living things would get burn up to 3km from the area where the explosion took place. Heat affect the skin and caused skin burns. Vision was also affected. Any person would get blind for about 40 min or he could get blind permanently

  1. BLAST AFFECT

the blast gave a destructive affect to houses. There was debris flying here and there causing diseases. A lot of injuries occurred like ruptured organs and fractured skulls. Large no. of people got deaf due to ruptured eardrums

  1. RADIATIONS

If a nuclear war take place it can cause harmful radiations and the air would be filled with it.IT affects in the following ways:

Central NS dysfunction damage of GIT, vomiting, dihorrea, nausea, dehydration and nutritional problems

  • RBC damage can result in uncontrolled damage
  • causes lung cancer
  • causes typhoid
  • causes breast cancer
  • leukemia

EFFECT OF RADIATION ON SKIN:

  • temporary hair loss
  • permanent expiation
  • itching and flaking
  • blisters

EFFECT OF RADIATIONS ON LUNGS:

  • loss of epithelial cells
  • edema
  • inflammation
  • occlusions of air pathways ,air sacs and blood vessels
  • fibrosis

EFFECT ON OVARIES:

Menstruation cycle damage

Let Pakistan start a programmed to show how nuclear energy can answer to many of our problems arising out of disease and shortage of natural fuels .then other peaceful uses of atomies energy can be suggested through continuous research and effort.

Author :Center for Recent Innovations - European Union
Pulished date: 05-16-16
Pulisher:
Springer with the Collaboration of LearnRnd
Source URL:http://www.learnrnd.com/detail.php?id=Effect_of_Nuclear_Weapons

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