Historically speaking, the world’s first nuclear weapon was officially launched on August 6th, 1945 when the US bomber was known as Enola Gay officially launched the first counter-attack against Japan with Hiroshima.
This was a result of Pearl Harbor as we all know by now, but according to ancient history, this might not be as true as historians might have you believe.
If you’d simply take a look into the mysterious case of the Mahabharata, one of the oldest legends of Ancient India, you will find a story that’s been told from generation to generation about people that used technologically advanced weapons in ancient times.
But that’s not all, you also have Ramayana which describes the exact same incident, but for this case, we even have proof of a nuclear bomb that was set off more than 12,000 years ago.
The Ancient City of Mohenjo Daro dates back to 2,600 BC and according to official reports, it was abandoned 900 years later because a very scorching source of heat turned the ground into a glass.
In order for that to happen, it’d need to be heated up to at least 1500 degrees Celsius or 2700 Fahrenheit to be precise.
We have plenty of carvings that showcase mushroom clouds and ancient bunkers, sketches of what seems to be nuclear bombs and surprise, surprise, they all date back to well over 2,400 years ago in Barabar and Nagarjuna.
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