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Before The First Atomic Bomb

Worst Assumption Ever

I’m not sure how this qualifies as easier, faster or better, but maybe you can make up something:

Before testing the first atomic bomb, some of the scientists working on the Manhattan Project did their best to calculate what might happen. They estimated there was a three percent chance the bomb would set the entire world’s atmosphere on fire, instantly killing us all. They went ahead and tested the bomb.

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