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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.

How to Survive a Nuclear Attack

HowStuffWorks talked to experts to learn what steps you should take to have the best chances of surviving a nuclear attack. See what they had to say.

How easy is it to steal a nuclear bomb?

How easy is it to steal a nuclear bomb? Russia has reported hundreds of attempted smuggling incidents. Decide how easy is it to steal a nuclear bomb.

How a Nuclear Meltdown Works

Nuclear meltdowns can be scary, but it's important to understand what causes them. Learn about how nuclear meltdowns work.

Family Vacations: Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center

Airplanes and rockets fill the cavernous space at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center. Learn more about the Udvar-Hazy Center.

How the Olympic Opening Ceremonies Work

The Olympic opening ceremony is an emotional and inspiring parade of athletes. Learn about the Olympic opening ceremonies at HowStuffWorks.

What's the world's longest suspension bridge?

Do you know what's the world's longest suspension bridge? Learn what is the world's longest suspension bridge at HowStuffWorks.

How the Nuclear Arms Race Works

The nuclear arms race was a frantic era in which several nations tested nuclear technology and stockpiled warheads. Read about the nuclear arms race.

The Cash-Landrum UFO Incident

The Cash-Landrum UFO incident left Betty Cash and Vickie Landrum with severe illness and lifelong injuries. Read about the Cash-Landrum UFO incident.

Japan Surrenders and World War II Ends: June 1945-September 1945

This World War II timeline covers events from June to September 1945. Follow the events that led to Japan's surrender and the end of World War II.

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