theres a huge difference between working on a bomb and having a working bomb. Japan didnt have a team anywhere near the calibre of the Manhattan Project.
yeah, attracting talent. the german scientists wanted to live in the US more than Germany or Japan. we also had the money and resources. one part of the docu said there were 4 ways to try to enrich uranium, Japan picked one, the US tried all 4 because they could afford to, look who won that race. both countries started research around the same time (1941.)
I dont think it would have been a factor in the decision to drop any of the A bombs.
you don't know that, pure opinion and speculation.
it's not a counter argument. I was just sitting there trying to get Live to slave to the MPC and this documentary comes on. so, I masturbated to some porn, thought about the forum and remembered this thread. syncho-fucking-nicity I tell ya.
as the story goes there were plans to use the plutonium as a dirty bomb. the had the shit, it's war, I'd totally want to dump it on US soil. the documentary at that point segued into the story of the paper balloons the Japanese were able to land on US soil from their soil. you guys will LOVE this, one angle was to put it into a sub and let the uranium loose in San Francisco Bay.
someone would have nuke ability sooner or later, the US got it first, they were the first to answer the ultimate shitty international diplomacy decision.
it's war... "by any means necessary."
oh, let's talk about the Japanese internment camps in the US, or blacks in the US military or any other bit of rubbish a troll wants to rant about.
b0unce - best troll EVER... by the dawn's early light.
Werent the US more worried about the Nazis finding the Ark of the Covenant anyway?
yeah, but those Nazis can't shoot for shit, they couldn't hit a trainload of Jews with a mortar at 10 feet, let alone some guy who 'never loses his hat'.
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