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The Clock Stopped This clock ceased by 8:15 am the afternoon of August 6, 1945 when America introduced the deadly forces of a nuclear bomb on Hiroshima. Regrettably the owner of the view, Kengo Futagawa, has been horribly burned and mortally injured by the atomic forces since he stood just 1600 meters in the point of effect. Sad deaths like Futagawa's are commemorated each year by various Anti-Atomic Warfare associations that attempt to spread the realism as well as the devastation of Atomic Warfare throughout the told accounts of person Hiroshima sufferer's horrific tales. Additionally, the people of Hiroshima paid an awful price as do many victims in the time of warfare, but their story is different since it was a cost that did not need to be this heavy. As a result of ruthless war approaches, neglect, and ulterior motives America, the energy of calmness, used excessive force on Japan when it dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. There are many approaches to cruelly explain America's action in this issue; such as resurrection, or a quickened end to the war, but the plain fact is the A-Bombing of Hiroshima could have been easily averted. If the choice to bomb or not to bomb has been placed solely on the threat of Japan at the current time of the conclusion anybody could see that atomically bombing Hiroshima was unnecessary and by all means should have been used as a final resort. Scientist, Botanistfounder and founder of the theories behind the Atomic Bomb, Leo Szilard and 58 others cautioned against the use of Atomic Bombs from the war against Japan by composing a letter to the President of the United States. The petition respectfully asked that the use of the new weapon be used in a final resort. An excerpt in the petition clearly states their in...