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How Nuclear Bombs Work

Nuclear bombs are the most serious looming threat in just about any major conflict. Learn what gives nuclear bombs such immense power and what the long-term dangers are.

The Mother of All Bombs Is Big But It's No Nuke

The U.S. dropped the most powerful non-nuclear bomb it's ever used in combat on Afghanistan in April 2017. HowStuffWorks digs into the ramifications.

Dark Tourism: 6 Spots That Draw the Morbidly Curious

What is dark tourism? HowStuffWorks looks at six dark tourist destinations and why they are popular as vacation spots.

What if an asteroid hit the Earth?

An asteroid strike on Earth could end life on Earth if the asteroid is large enough. Find out what would happen if an asteroid strikes our planet.

10 Traits That Make Insects Survivors

If people had exoskeletons and wings maybe they'd be around forever, too. HowStuffWorks looks at 10 traits that make insects survivors.

10 Scare-inducing Moments in History

From serial killers to natural disasters, many events in our history have stoked fear among the masses. Here are 10 fear-stoking moments.

How Operation Plowshare Worked

How to go from a Bible verse to carving canals with nukes in just a few easy steps — almost. Learn how operation plowshare worked at HowStuffWorks.

Baby Lobsters Safely Devour Live Jellyfish Hosts Thanks to Fecal Wraps

How do lobsters protect themselves from jellyfish venom? Learn more about lobsters, feces and jellyfish in this HowStuffWorks Now article.

10 of the Bloodiest Battles of World War II

World War II battles were incredibly bloody with high casualties. Read about 10 of the bloodiest World War II battles and marvel at the great losses.

Fujita, Tetsuya Theodore

Tetsuya Theodore Fujita was a meteorologist who contributed greatly to our knowledge of meteorology. Visit HowStuffWorks to learn more about Tetsuya Theodore Fujita.

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