August 9, 1945, Nagasaki Newcastle Blasts, about 75,000 deaths
August 6, 1945 Hiroshima Newcastle Blasts, Approximately 135,000 deaths
Since these two attacks in the Great War II, newcomer weapons are becoming more powerful.
The power of ‘Little Boy’ dropped on Heroes was 15kg. One kilogram, one thousand tonnes is equivalent to TNT (explosive material).
The thermo-nucleus bomb in the US nuclear weapons reservoir, The Be-83, was built in the 70s. It can blast more than 12 hundred tons of power, which is 80 times higher than the bomb on Heroes. This power is equal to 1.2 million tons of explosives. It can squeeze everything in a circle of seven miles.
The operation was carried out by the US in 1954 as “Castle Castle”, the largest nuclear bomb bombings of American history. He produced a 15,000 kilometer explosive force, which is a thousand times more than a bomb on Heroes. This bomb can spread destruction until 21 miles.
But on October 30, 1961, the Soviet Union tested a bomb named ‘Strumbo’ even more than 50,000kg. The blast was 3300 times more powerful than a bomb on the first heroes. From the height of fire and smoke, the height of mount Everest was seven times higher than 20,974 feet. Its destruction was 31 miles. Sar Bomba was built fifty years ago.
Today there are 14900 nuclear weapons in the world. If there was no partial contract of ban on the nuclear weapons experiment in 1963, we would have even more powerful nuclear weapons.