Nuclear Tests from Cold War Left Bomb Carbon in Deep Sea

Nuclear Tests from Cold War Left Bomb Carbon in Deep Sea

The cold war between the United States of America and the Soviet Union saw more than a few nuclear bomb tests in the ocean. Both of the countries were fighting hard in the cold war to establish the authority in nuclear space over the others. According to the new study by the scientists, the nuclear tests done by both the countries between the 1950s and 1960s have left the bomb carbon from the bombs dropped in the sea have settled in the deep sea. The water from the deep sea…

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