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Reusable Neutron Bomb

Origin

Edward Teller, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Edwin McMillan and Enrico Fermi.

Type

Reusable Atomic Weapon (R.A.W.; Codename: PROMETHEUS)

Effects

Can be reused after exploding

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Being stuck on the cap

Collected by

Donated by the U.S. Government

Section

Armerie-M15T8

Aisle

2810202-89941

Shelf

89941-1956-005

Date of Collection

September 28th, 1956

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OriginEdit

During World War II and during the beginning of the Manhattan Project, the U.S. Government feared that resources would deplete if Japan or Germany would fight back against the United States in a constant atomic game of "hot potato" as General Brehon B. Somervell put it, if the atomic bomb wouldn't stop them. Since they thought the Germans were advancing on building the atomic bomb, they wanted one that could be built to withstand the explosion and still release the same amount of energy and could not be tampered by the enemy.

After being officially tested in Los Alamos, Texas, the U.S. Government kept it safely hidden until after the bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima if the U.S. was attacked again. Luckily the atomic bomb worked and the Reusable Bomb was never used. Then until September 28th, 1956, it was donated to Warehouse 13 after a few words with the Regents of the time.

EffectsEdit

This atomic weapon has the ability to survive and create a atomic blast and become collected to be used again. The cap has been fortunately disabled and placed on another aisle in the Warehouse.

CollectionEdit

Donated to Warehouse 13 by the U.S. Government General Brehon B. Somervell.