Why is ground zero called that?

Answer Nowadays the phrase "Ground Zero" most commonly refers to the former site of the World Trade Center in New York. Its meaning has evolved over the years: the term originally referred to the site of ... Read More »

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What is the TV show or documentary that featured fictional first person accounts of ground-zero victims of a nuclear bomb describing in detail how they and those around them died?

you can sync. tv shows from one apple device to another apple device after deleting it from iTunes. first of all you will have to delete the tv show from the iTunes then you can get it on your anot... Read More »

What is ground zero?

"Ground zero" is a common term in the 21st century; it has come to represent the worst attack on American soil in recent memory. However, previously the word represented other events as well.Common... Read More »

How hot was it at ground zero in Hiroshima?

The temperature at ground zero after the atomic blast at Hiroshima was estimated to several million degrees Celsius, according to the Atomic Bomb Museum. The bomb exploded 1,900 feet over the cente... Read More »

Is ground zero an american landmark?

Ground Zero has not been registered as a landmark with the City of New York and is not under National Park Service or New York State Parks' administration. That being said, most Americans consider ... Read More »