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 Is there radiation in a hydrogen bomb?

Answer A hydrogen bomb or thermonuclear bomb is the most powerful of all nuclear bombs. Its yield is so high because hydrogen bombs use fusion instead of fission as in plutonium bombs. The resulting fusio... Read More »
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How big is a hydrogen bomb?

Hydrogen bombs are measured in terms of explosive strength. According to NASA, the Tsar Bomb--the largest hydrogen bomb ever tested--weighed 27 metric tons with a 50 megaton explosion. This was 3,2... Read More »
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Is there any radiation produce from my CRT monitor Will the radiation harm the body Not sure about LCD ?

CRT monitors have more circuits, so what you are talking about might be magnetic fields not radiation. There is some talk/speculation of induced magnetic fields (such as the ones produced by high v... Read More »
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Who created the hydrogen bomb?

Hungarian-born physicist Edward Teller is credited with being the father of the hydrogen bomb. Teller considered nuclear fission as a trigger for nuclear fusion as early as 1940, but the first hydr... Read More »
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Who invented the hydrogen bomb?

Edward Teller, in collaboration with Stanislaw Ulam, designed the first workable hydrogen bomb. Although he did not lead the project that produced the bomb, Teller remained a lifelong proponent of ... Read More »
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