Who invented the first bomb?

Answer During the Han Dynasty, Chinese alchemists created gunpowder by accident. Looking for an elixir that would lead to immortality, they mixed sulphur and saltpeter (potassium nitrate). This invention ... Read More »

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Who invented the neutron bomb?

Physicist Samuel Cohen is credited with inventing the neutron bomb in 1958. The neutron bomb is devised to destroy living organisms with a lethal dose of radioactive material while doing little to ... Read More »

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 »

When was the first hydrogen bomb built?

The Atomic Energy Commission and the U.S. Department of Defense detonated the first workable hydrogen bomb on Nov. 1, 1952, at Enewetak Atoll Pacific Proving Ground in the Marshall Islands. The bom... Read More »

When was the first earbuds invented and who invented it?

I know this sounds weird but where the speaker is suck on it and try using it again