VinnieFNah, the war was pretty much over already. Germany had already surrendered and the Allies had already won. There were only a few still fighting, Japan being one, and even they were already toast and were about to give in anyways. The bombs just expedited Japan's surrender by maybe a couple months, but they in no way ended the war.
I was just illuding to what you said, the bombs dropped, thousands of people died, and the war ended.
The war was indeed pretty much over, and you're right, the Japanese were essentially done. There are many different lines to be taken here though, Japanese honor is challenging to understand, especially older honor. Many believe it was necessary to drop these bombs because otherwise we actually may have had to invade Japan for them to surrender. This would have lead to untold casualties on both sides.
There is another story though, that neither the bombs, nor Japans retreat to the homeland caused them to surrender, but that it was the Soviet Union declaring war on Japan which finally ended it.
Another idea goes that they were going to surrender when they did, but we dropped the bombs because we wanted to straight flex for the Soviet Union in this pre cold war flexing grounds.
Its hard to tell and historians disagree about the true cause for the end of the war.
I didn't speak clearly, but I was trying to get at how big an event this was at the end of the war, and will always be remembered.