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sabes que
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Why was Japan able to immediately rebuild Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

And people able to move right back in? What about the radiation?


shutterspeed
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Because they are descendants of ants.


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beerJeep
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quote:

What about the radiation?

Where do you think anime tentacle porn came from?
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Gray Tiger
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They had massive numbers of radiation sickness casualties.

Google is your friend.


sabes que
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Must not have been that bad if people still willingly moved/lived there.


HooDooWitch
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They put these on for protection


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sabes que
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If people were dying at a ridiculous rate or had 3 eyes and stuff, that area would have cleared out quickly, or never been rebuilt in the first place.


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AUCE05
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You are using Chernobyl as a baseline in your brain. That was like a can of coke that is shaken then opened. All the radiation spilled out and contaminated the local environment. The bombs were like lighting gasoline with a match. The initial boom was terrible, but all the fuel is/was spent quickly and released into the atmosphere. Hiroshima is practically on par with background radiation.
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Indefatigable
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Why was Japan able to immediately rebuild Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

Insane (for that time) quantities of United States Dollars and pragmatic political leniency on our part.

In short, because we remade Japan in our image within the confines of their culture.


CincinnatiTiger
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They are medical studies all over that show that the low level radiation actually extended life spans.

Post boom of course
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Asians are smart. White people are dumb duh.


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sabes que
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Makes sense, but still doesn’t explain why the radiation didn’t have a bigger impact than it did.


21JumpStreet
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Just like covid, radiation isn't real apparently


sabes que
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At the very least, the impact seems less severe than what is preached


Cromulent
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When testing the bomb at Trinity, it was actually larger than Nagasaki bomb. When they dropped it on Nagasaki, they actually detonated it a couple thousand feet up in the air and it was actually 1 megaton less than the test bomb. There are still problems around White Sands NM from that detonation.


21JumpStreet
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The right: everyone are liars unless it fits the narrative


bayoudude
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I believe two to three weeks after a nuclear detonation radiation levels drop dramatically. It’s the initial blast and fallout that gives people that aren’t immediately killed radiation poisoning .
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sabes que
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So then why do they say that the US and Russia have enough nukes to destroy the world many times over? They have what, a couple of thousand a piece? If the radiation is low enough to move back in after a few weeks, then way more than that would be needed to “destroy” the entire world


SoFla Tideroller
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Fauci assured them it was safe.


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Indefatigable
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Makes sense, but still doesn’t explain why the radiation didn’t have a bigger impact than it did.

I think others have hit on it. This is incredibly over simplistic by the gist is that the radiation-producing material was almost entirely used up in the initial detonation. Everything else dissipated. Contrast that with something like Chernobyl where there is still molten remains of the fuel rods emitting huge amounts of gamma radiation, etc.
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