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'god Does Not Play Dice'

Summary: The achievements during World War 2 made in the field of nuclear weapons were great,but terrible. Did God play dice with human beings? No, certainly not. It was humans themselves who, by choosing to use the work of a genius for destructive purposes, were responsible for the number of deaths caused at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It was humans who played dice with themselves.
Technology during World War 2 played a crucial role in determining the outcome of the war .The development of technology used in the war had begun in the interwar years of the 1920s and 1930s.Given the scope of the war the need to develop technology was urgent. Massive research was done to take the then existing technologies to the next level. Due to the rapid technological escalation which happened during the war, a vast array of technology was employed, as different nations found themselves equipped with different levels of technology. No stone was left unturned as every area of military technology underwent development. One of the most significant consequences of this technological renaissance was the development of nuclear weapons. The development of atomic bombs ushered in a new era of nuclear weapons, which threatened to destroy the whole planet we live in.

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