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"04.10.2016 09:18:15" Wonderpedia Magazine's cover photo Fancy becoming a NASA astronaut and travelling to Mars? Find out how to apply in this month's Wonderpedia!
"04.10.2016 09:09:08" Wonderpedia Magazine Ladies and gentlemen, today's the day! The new issue of Wonderpedia is out NOW, featuring Mars missions, Trump's body language, clouds, forbidden questions, a giant plane, Navy SEAL tips, venomous snakes, food lies, squirrels... and a sensible lion
"03.10.2016 09:33:30" wonderpediamagazine.co.uk What's on the Voyager Golden Record? | Wonderpedia Picture the scene: millions of years in the future, an alien race comes across a peculiar lump of metal floating through the darkest depths of space. Attached to the object is a shiny disc covered in strange markings. Using their advanced technology, the
"26.09.2016 10:13:48" wonderpediamagazine.co.uk How do you steal a Rembrandt? | Wonderpedia 18th March 1990: it's the early hours of the morning at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts. Suddenly, a buzz at the door shatters the peace inside the art gallery. Security guard Richard Abath slowly opens the door to find two
"19.09.2016 09:33:10" wonderpediamagazine.co.uk How quickly is Venice sinking? | Wonderpedia With its jet-black gondolas, lofty domes and iconic canals, Venice is one of the most instantly recognisable places on the planet. However, the “Floating City”, which has inspired hundreds of paintings and songs, has a serious problem: it's sinking at a
"13.09.2016 09:37:30" Timeline Photos Do you have a burning science, nature, current events, technology or history question? Comment below and you may see an in-depth answer on next issue's letters page!
"12.09.2016 09:34:50" Timeline Photos Did you know... an elephant's trunk contains more than 40,000 muscles. In contrast, we have just 640 in our entire body! #factoftheday
"06.09.2016 09:06:15" Wonderpedia Magazine Ladies and gentlemen, today's the day! The new issue of Wonderpedia is out NOW and features killer whales, drones, history's psychopaths, Scotland's Stonehenge, bulletproof capes, Dubai, fire, mineral mining, dogs, gravity, runways, a hardy little puffin
"06.09.2016 09:04:11" Wonderpedia Magazine's cover photo Read about the enigmatic (and potentially dangerous) Planet Nine in September's Wonderpedia Magazine!
"02.09.2016 13:39:38" We've been made aware that some subscribers have yet to receive September's issue. We're very sorry about this. We're working to resolve matters as quickly as possible and all of you should receive your copy by next Wednesday. You've articles on killer
"30.08.2016 09:41:53" Timeline Photos Did you know... the tallest mountain in the Solar System is Olympus Mons on Mars, which is around 22 kilometres high. That's three times the height of Mount Everest... #factoftheday
"15.08.2016 09:57:49" Timeline Photos Did you know... the national animal of Scotland is the unicorn #factoftheday
"12.08.2016 09:52:06" Timeline Photos This month's Wonderpedia gets up close and personal with the world's deadliest creature: the mosquito...
"10.08.2016 09:13:20" Timeline Photos Did you know... grizzly bears have a huge bite-force of over 8,000,000 pascals, enough to crush a bowling ball #factoftheday
"08.08.2016 16:30:11" Timeline Photos Do you have a burning science, nature, current events or history question? Comment below and you may see an in-depth answer on next issue's letters page!
"08.08.2016 09:42:33" Timeline Photos Did you know... there are around 1,000 native speakers of Esperanto, a language invented by L. L. Zamenhof in 1887. There are also roughly 2,000,000 non-native speakers, making it the most widely spoken constructed language #factoftheday
"02.08.2016 09:16:42" Wonderpedia Magazine's cover photo This month's Wonderpedia Magazine uncovers the six most powerful secret networks on Earth
"02.08.2016 09:15:37" Wonderpedia Magazine Ladies and gentlemen, today's the day! The new issue of Wonderpedia Magazine is out NOW, featuring secret networks, fish wars, Shaolin monks, treehouses, history lies, mosquitoes, murders, frogs and much, much more!
"01.08.2016 09:50:37" Timeline Photos Did you know... in July 1807, Napoleon was attacked by a horde of rabbits and had to quickly retreat. A rabbit hunt had been organised to celebrate the signing of the Treaties of Tilsit, but the French emperor made a crucial error – he used "tame" rabbits
"25.07.2016 10:08:16" Timeline Photos Did you know... 20% of Earth's oxygen is produced by the Amazon rainforest #factoftheday
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"15.07.2016 09:49:06" Timeline Photos The blue whale can produce calls up to 188 decibels – the loudest sound produced by a living creature #factoftheday
"11.07.2016 13:05:46" Timeline Photos Got a burning question about science, history, technology or the human body you've always wanted to know the answer to? Comment below and you might just see the answer on our monthly letters page!
"11.07.2016 09:41:23" Timeline Photos Can a computer create new Rembrandt masterpieces 350 years after the Dutch artist's death? Find out in this month's Wonderpedia Magazine!
"05.07.2016 09:38:23" Timeline Photos Did you know... despite their scary appearance, tarantulas are relatively harmless to humans (a bite by the fuzzy arachnid is no worse than a bee sting) #factoftheday
"04.07.2016 09:26:54" Timeline Photos Did you know... more than 50% of the world's natural lakes are located in Canada #factoftheday
"28.06.2016 08:52:38" Wonderpedia Magazine's cover photo Read about the incredible power of thoughts in this month's Wonderpedia!
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"28.06.2016 07:30:01" Timeline Photos Ladies and gentlemen, today's the day! The new issue of Wonderpedia is out NOW, featuring armed vigilantes, black holes, secret codes, a lost city, Nazi obsessions, deserts, the mafia, rabbits and much, much more!
"27.06.2016 12:03:15" Timeline Photos Oyez, oyez! The 50th issue of Wonderpedia is on sale tomorrow! You get 6 issues for just £12 when you subscribe – find out more at http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk/subscriptions/special-offers
"27.06.2016 09:07:29" Timeline Photos Did you know... an average person walks the equivalent of five times around the world in their lifetime #factoftheday
"24.06.2016 09:47:13" Timeline Photos Did you know... in ancient Egypt, Pharaoh Pepi II covered his slaves in honey to attract flies away from himself #factoftheday
"23.06.2016 11:08:07" Timeline Photos Did you know... the pleasant smell of rain on a hot, dry day is called 'petrichor' #factoftheday
"13.06.2016 16:14:24" wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Special Offers | Wonderpedia Pay just £12 for your first 6 issues - saving 49%. Pay just £12 for your first 6 issues - saving 49%, then £35.40 annually thereafter. (International subscribers click here) ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION £35.40 for 1 Year By Credit/Debit Card Subscribe to Have you read the latest issue of Wonderpedia? Frozen corpses, bitcoin, Hitler, the Salem witch trials, drone's eye view and the hardiest bacteria in the word... There's still time to get your hands on this month's issue! Never miss an issue with our
"26.05.2016 09:17:05" Wonderpedia Magazine's cover photo Read more about the chilling world of cryonics in this month's Wonderpedia!
"26.05.2016 07:30:00" Timeline Photos Leopards, Hitler, bitcoin, witch-hunts, drone photography, tardigrades, oak trees and frozen corpses – yes, it's that time again... The NEW issue of Wonderpedia Magazine hits a shelf near you TODAY! #fascinatingfacts
"13.05.2016 09:33:23" Timeline Photos Have you seen the latest issue of Wonderpedia Magazine? Comment below to tell us your favourite article this month!
"09.05.2016 09:15:35" Timeline Photos Stargazers, you're in for a treat! Today, in a historic event that occurs only 13 or 14 times each century, Mercury will pass directly between our Earth and the Sun. The event will then not occur again until 2019 and 2032. Don't try looking out for
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"28.04.2016 08:00:01" Timeline Photos New issue, new issue! Do fruit bats hold the cure to Ebola? Can rebounding bullets kill? Why is a squirrel on the FBI's most-wanted list? How safe is your holiday flight? All this, and more, in the latest Wonderpedia Mag - out today!
"05.04.2016 09:00:01" magsdirect.co.uk Wonderpedia Issue 47 April'16 Wonderpedia opens up a world of wonder for everybody, answering the biggest questions while posing new and exciting ones.Wonderpedia delivers the latest facts and developments in science, history, Great news, Wonderpedia fans! You can now buy the magazine directly from the website Mags Direct for the usual cover price of £3.95.
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"04.04.2016 09:43:01" Timeline Photos Have you seen the latest issue of Wonderpedia Magazine? Don't forget you can subscribe here (http://bit.ly/1BdSMu7) Let us know which is your favourite article this month with a comment below!
"24.03.2016 10:17:51" Timeline Photos Set yourself up for the bank holiday weekend with the latest issue of Wonderpedia, out today! Featuring bumblebees, permafrost, whale sharks, food myths, coral reefs, pandemics, Sherpas, time travel and a day in the life of an African watering hole...
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"25.02.2016 10:15:24" Wonderpedia Magazine's cover photo These are just some of Hitler's many would-be assassins. What if the dictator had been killed before 1945? Read the full story in this month's Wonderpedia...
"25.02.2016 09:00:02" Timeline Photos Good news for Wonderpedia readers! Our NEW issue hits the shelves today, featuring a fascinating array of stories – what if Hitler had been assassinated? Can your brain take you prisoner? Is dust slowly killing us all? Find the answers to these and more
"29.01.2016 16:03:53" Timeline Photos Wonderpedia fans! We're running a giveaway in tandem with Haynes Manuals this weekend – head to our Twitter page (@wonderpediamag) for your chance to win a fascinating book about King Henry VIII's warship, perfect for any history buffs among you! Goo
"28.01.2016 10:28:55" Timeline Photos Hot off the press! Our latest issue hits shelves today and you're in for a treat! This month's Wonderpedia features 2016 predictions, the last secrets of Ancient Egypt, the politics of ivory burning and the world's most stunning nature photos! #fasci
"25.01.2016 10:56:42" Timeline Photos Last week to grab your copy of January's issue, featuring sleep, Star Wars, the worst passwords in the world plus the invisible ISIS hunters, the world's longest tunnel and heart-thumping photographs of animals enjoying the winter! New issue out Thur
"11.01.2016 12:25:43" Timeline Photos Got a burning question about science, history, technology or the human body you've always wanted to know the answer to? Comment below (no matter how silly or simple!) and you might just see your question, answered, in print on our monthly letters pag
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"31.12.2015 09:00:02" Timeline Photos Beat the post-Christmas blues by hunkering down with the NEW issue of Wonderpedia Mag! We've got a Star Wars special for you to enjoy alongside breathtaking images of winter's hardiest animals, the body atlas of sleep and a look back at the most myst
"22.12.2015 11:09:13" Timeline Photos Struggling to find a Christmas gift for the relative who has everything? Left your shopping to the last minute? (Don't worry, us too.) We've got you covered with a gift subscription to Wonderpedia – buy now and receive 6 issues for just £12. It's the
"26.11.2015 09:00:02" Timeline Photos Hip hip hooray, today's the day! The new issue of Wonderpedia is on the shelves NOW, featuring teeth, tattoos, Putin's secret metro, neutron stars, extreme athletes, deadly snakes, Leonardo da Vinci and an incredible prize giveaway...
"11.11.2015 15:25:42" Timeline Photos Got a burning question about science, history, technology or the human body you've always wanted to know the answer to? Comment below (no matter how simple or silly!) and you might just see your question in print on our monthly letters page!
"29.10.2015 08:00:01" Timeline Photos Hip hip hooray! The new issue of Wonderpedia is released today – featuring #fascinatingfacts about bones, satellites, gamers, graphene, the lies we tell ourselves, history-shaping days, hackers, cybercrime, lions on the savanna and more! Get your cop
"26.10.2015 11:58:01" Timeline Photos It's your final week to grab a copy of this month's Wonderpedia Mag - the new issue hits shelves this Thursday! Subscribers pay just £12 for six issues and get their copies before the mag is available in the shops - another reason to fill your postbo
"19.10.2015 15:55:37" wonderpediamagazine.co.uk 5 Ways To Stay Healthy As Winter Approaches | Wonderpedia Winter is fast approaching, heralded by the darkening evenings and the chill in the air. With the advent of the new season, we're also entering peak cold and flu season – with no let-up until spring blooms in March. But don't despair! Today we share our top 5 ways to stay healthy as winter approaches! Anyone else loathe the long dark nights as much as we do? http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk/mind-body/5-ways-stay-healthy-winter-approaches
"14.10.2015 14:45:32" Timeline Photos How tall are you? Wonderpedia examines the link between height and cancer. Are tall people really at greater risk of developing the disease? http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk/science/are-tall-people-more-likely-get-cancer
"12.10.2015 14:14:37" Timeline Photos A bike that can't be stolen? Find out how three Chilean engineers have invented the world's first "unstealable" bike... http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk/technology/there-bike-cant-be-stolen
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"01.10.2015 11:16:54" wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Why are there so many spiders in my house in the autumn? | Wonderpedia In Britain spiders can be found all year round, but the majority of species reach maturity in the autumn. This is why more of the eight-legged critters are out and about from September onwards. It's the falling temperatures that drive the spiders ind It's the first day of October, meaning autumn is well and truly underway. And with it, plenty of spiders! Love them, hate them? Wonderpedia explains why there are so many of the eight-legged critters scuttling across your floorboards at this time of
"24.09.2015 08:00:00" Timeline Photos The new issue of Wonderpedia Magazine hits the shelves today! Pick up a copy to find out more about Brazil's killer cops, why music strengthens the heart and if it's possible to outrun death... #fascinatingfacts
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"23.09.2015 09:18:28" wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Why do leaves turn red in the autumn? | Wonderpedia To survive the winter, deciduous trees need to store sustenance in their roots, which means they must absorb the nutrients in their leaves. Changes in colour are caused by the trees absorbing these essential nutrients. During the sunny summer months, Happy #autumnalequinox! It's officially the first day of autumn. Ever wondered why leaves turn red, gold and orange as the weather cools? To survive the winter, deciduous trees need to store sustenance in their roots, which means they must absorb the
"11.09.2015 14:25:31" news.nationalgeographic.com Remembering 9/11: The Things Left Behind A collection of items found after the attack on the twin towers. Today marks the 14th anniversary of the terror attacks that took place in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania on September 11 2001. This moving set of pictures collated by National Geographic features an array of belongings unearthed from the rubble,
"02.09.2015 15:38:40" wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Wonderpedia Magazine: General Knowledge – Interesting Facts Wonderpedia delivers the latest facts and developments in science, history, nature, world events, technology and the human mind and body. Lots of sneak peeks from the new issue of Wonderpedia Magazine up on our website - head to www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk to take a look... #fascinatingfacts
"28.08.2015 09:01:00" In celebration of the new issue of Wonderpedia Magazine and our 2000th dispatch on Twitter, we're giving away a copy of Stuart Clark's book The Unknown Universe In 10 Chapters on Twitter. Head to our page for details and retweet for a chance to win!
"27.08.2015 08:05:01" New issue out TODAY! Featured this month: the mysteries hidden in desert sand, the harrowing tales of Ebola survivors and 33 everyday myths, busted... Pick up your copy in major supermarkets, newspapers or online at http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.
"21.08.2015 14:19:12" Did you know? Cats can fall from extraordinary heights without injuring themselves. The record? One house moggie fell from a height of over 100 metres from the 32nd floor of a high rise and lived to tell the tale with just a few scratches! Are you a
"07.08.2015 08:10:01" Have you seen our latest issue? Let us know what you think and check out some sneak peeks over at www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk
"03.08.2015 14:36:11" The UK government are considering advising all people in Britain to take vitamin D supplements ("the sunshine vitamin") because the UK is simply not sunny enough for healthy vitamin D levels. Not getting enough of the vital nutrient, also found in eg
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"30.07.2015 09:08:41" New issue! New issue! Pick up your copy to find out which leaders shaped the world, how cancers can mysteriously vanish and why a cruise ship is the perfect crime scene...plus many more #fascinatingfacts!
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"01.07.2015 11:01:53" Heatwave fact: the hottest destination ever recorded was in the Mojave desert in California which reached a scorching 56.7 degrees Celsius back in 1913. How hot is it where you are? #fascinatingfacts
"25.06.2015 09:22:41" It's that time of the month – the NEW issue of Wonderpedia hits the shelves today! Are we living in a wormhole? How did one woman change medicine? Why do we hiccup? These #fascinatingfacts and more, out now!
"18.06.2015 13:18:44" One week left to snag your copy of this month's Wonderpedia! Why do serial killers have slower heartbeats? Could one nuclear plant contaminate the entire world? Pick up the issue to find out!
"11.06.2015 10:28:47" Did you know? In just three wing beats, a dragonfly can accelerate to 31 miles per hour! #fascinatingfacts
"09.06.2015 14:34:36" Did you know? Vitamin D is so vital to human health (without enough of it, rickets and a weakened immune system are just some of the nasty consequences) that it's the one and only supplement NASA provides to its astronauts on space missions. #fascina
"08.06.2015 10:26:17" Did you know? Approximately 3.5 trillion trees exist worldwide. Just don't ask us who counted all of them! #fascinatingfacts
"03.06.2015 14:59:42" Did you know that in Bali, where your sense of direction has spiritual significance, being unable to point to the north when asked is seen as a sign of insanity? Just one juicy fact from our latest issue. More on our website here! www.wonderpediamaga
"28.05.2015 09:20:34" Our new issue hits the shelves today! How can you spot a serial killer? How do food companies deceive us all? What are the CIA really up to? Be sure to let us know what you think – and happy reading! #fascinatingfacts
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"22.05.2015 11:03:51" Friday's #fascinatingfact: the longest attack of hiccups - certified by Guinness World Records - lasted 68 years. American Charles Osborne started hiccupping in 1922 but never found a cure and died, still hiccupping about 20 times a minute, in 1990.
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"08.05.2015 09:54:55" Today marks the anniversary of VE Day, 70 years since the end of the Second World War in Europe. VE Day stands for Victory in Europe Day and although it marked the official end of six years and one day of war in Europe, rationing continued in Britain
"07.05.2015 15:45:03" As Britain heads to the polls today, we've got an election-related #fascinatingfact for you!
The UK has had 13 Prime Ministers who took office without winning a General Election. These include Gordon Brown in 2007, John Major in 1990 and even Winsto
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"30.04.2015 07:26:00" Today's the day! The LATEST ISSUE of Wonderpedia is available now, including the usual mix of fascinating facts, sensational stories and incredible trivia. This month? The simple error that saved Hitler's life, why Miami won't be around for much long
"24.04.2015 14:54:34" You've got less than a week left to grab our BUMPER blackout issue. Our new issue hits the shelves next Thursday! #fascinatingfacts
"16.04.2015 12:07:01" Did you know that walruses have 450 whiskers, on average? Or that 20,000 square miles of the Amazon rainforest is deforested every year? These facts and more fascinating articles are guaranteed by a subscription to Wonderpedia Mag - currently 53% off
"14.04.2015 13:18:09" theguardian.com Psychology of smiling: can you tell a fake smile from a genuine one? Psychologist Richard Wiseman has devised a photographic test to check people’s empathy. Do you pass the test? Take the test! Can you tell a fake smile from a genuine one? Share your guesses with us below. http://gu.com/p/47bhc/stw
"31.03.2015 09:42:37" Have you got your copy yet? Let us know what you think of our bumper blackout issue! Also featuring solar planes, secret WW2 files and the oldest whale in the world! #fascinatingfacts
"26.03.2015 09:56:00" HOT OFF THE PRESS! What happens when the power cuts out? How does one whale live for 200 years? And when might your voice betray you? Find out in the latest issue of Wonderpedia Magazine – out now!
"25.03.2015 15:32:07" The new issue of Wonderpedia Magazine hits the shelves tomorrow morning! It'll feature catastrophic blackouts around the world, the trade secrets of bomb disposal experts, the real dangers lurking in everyday medicines – and a whole host of other #fa
"19.03.2015 14:58:12" A total solar eclipse will take place tomorrow as the moon moves between the sun and the Earth. Residents of Scotland will have the best view (90-95%), but across the rest of the UK there will still be an 85% eclipse at 09:30. Will you be watching? M
"05.03.2015 16:06:44" Have you seen our latest issue yet? Let us know what you think!
"03.03.2015 17:01:51" Good news, coffee fiends! A new study claims that those who enjoy 3-5 cups of joe a day have 'cleaner' arteries and are therefore at a decreased risk of heart disease. Are you a coffee addict? #fascinatingfacts
"27.02.2015 11:42:35" We have 10 sets of Royal Mail's new Inventive Britain stamps to give away for free! You can enter the competition by retweeting the link on our Twitter page http://bit.ly/1AzUebG Winners will be selected at random on Monday. Read more about the inven
"26.02.2015 10:54:10" It's that time again! The March issue of Wonderpedia is out now, featuring the results of Sam Parnia's groundbreaking life-after-death study, Putin's shadow army, how to escape a forest fire, why the brain is so wrinkly and much more...! There's trul
"23.02.2015 10:28:37" Ease those Monday blues by picking up a copy of Wonderpedia - it's your last week to grab February's issue and claim your free DVD about the cosmos! New issue out Thursday.
"17.02.2015 11:00:29" Happy Pancake Day! Are you celebrating with a stack of crepes? Fun fact: the largest pancake ever flipped broke records in Rochester in 1994. It was 15 metres wide and weighed an astonishing THREE tonnes! #fascinatingfacts
"13.02.2015 14:43:01" Today is Friday the 13th! Feeling spooked yet? Did you know that all months that start on a Sunday will include a Friday the 13th? A phobia of the date is known as paraskevidekatriaphobia. #fascinatingfacts
"12.02.2015 14:42:38" Did you know that human saliva contains an in-built painkiller known to scientists as 'opiorphin'? It's three times stronger than morphine! #fascinatingfacts
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"10.02.2015 10:16:17" Did you know that more people are electrocuted by their toasters every year than are killed by sharks? Just a sneak peek from this month's issue – have you got your free DVD yet?
"04.02.2015 14:24:45" Today is #WorldCancerDay. On our website, we're answering the question "Will there ever be a cure for cancer?" We'd love to hear your thoughts below - do you think you'll see a cure for cancer discovered in your lifetime? http://bit.ly/16yPVSA
"02.02.2015 14:06:55" www.overv.eu LOOK DOWN Daily Overview Wonderpedia website recommendation: this awe-inspiring collection of images shows the beauty of Earth from above. http://www.overv.eu/
"31.01.2015 08:30:01" A study by the University of Montana found that, with minimal training, honeybees can be used to detect landmines with far greater accuracy and clearance rate than the more commonly used dogs or rats. #fascinatingfacts
"29.01.2015 08:30:01" Hip-hip-hooray, it's that time again! The February issue of Wonderpedia hits the shelves today. And this month there's an extra treat in store: alongside the usual fascinating facts and awe-inspiring photography, we're offering every reader a free DV
"26.01.2015 14:08:25" Tomorrow is Holocaust Memorial Day, marking 70 years since Russian troops liberated Auschwitz concentration camp. You can find our round-up of documentaries and related programmes to commemorate the event here: http://bit.ly/1CIv8rN
"22.01.2015 16:42:46" Wondering how the Milky Way got its name? Well, the ancient Romans knew our galaxy as the Via Lactea, which literally translates as 'The Milk Road'. They called it such because of its appearance as a milky patch of sky above Earth at night. But the
"13.01.2015 14:27:28" At the weekend an unusually strong jet stream powered flights across the Atlantic at near supersonic speeds. One British Airways plane flying to London from New York reached speeds of 745mph, thanks to a helping hand from the 200mph strong winds over
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"27.12.2014 10:24:01" The new issue of Wonderpedia hits the shelves today. Lighten those post-Christmas blues by picking up a copy and filling your head with our stories: including a round-up of 2014's strangest events, mysterious giants of the ocean and the real truth ab
"22.12.2014 11:19:24" It's three days until Christmas! So here's a festive fact for you: how does Santa manage to deliver presents to every child in the world in the space of a single night? Science attempted to tackle the problem and discovered that old Saint Nick is giv
"19.12.2014 12:09:17" Stuck for a last minute Christmas gift? Subscriptions to Wonderpedia are currently 40% off and available from the link below. Treat yourself or your friends to a whole year of fascinating facts, amazing stories and enough trivia to satisfy even the m
"17.12.2014 11:49:56" The longest stretch between twins being born currently stands at 87 days. The babies, born in Ireland in 2012, were born at 23 weeks and 36 weeks respectively. Today both are healthy toddlers. #medicalmiracles
"05.12.2014 14:16:42" A #fascinatingfact for your Friday: did you know that hummingbirds can beat their wings over 4000 times per minute? And that male hummingbirds are reported to have achieved speeds of almost 400 body lengths per second when swooping in an effort to im
"02.12.2014 10:38:09" As a result of population growth and ageing citizens, over half of all the humans in history who have lived to be over 65 are alive today. #fascinatingfacts
"27.11.2014 10:19:14" It's that time again... The new issue of Wonderpedia hits the shelves today! We're covering how astronauts' bodies cope with outer space, why 1 in 5 serial killers have an accomplice - and where surfers tackle the heaviest waves in the world! Let us
"27.11.2014 10:15:25" Wonderpedia Magazine
"25.11.2014 12:50:32" A #fascinatingfact for your Tuesday: starfish can regrow their arms by creating new cells. In fact, a starfish can even regenerate its central body from just one remaining arm. Pretty impressive powers of regeneration, right?
"21.11.2014 11:44:38" The Diomede Islands, consisting of Big Diomede (Russia) and Little Diomede (USA), are located in the Bering Strait between Russia and Alaska. Despite being only 2.4 miles apart, the pair of neighbouring islands have a mind-boggling 21-hour time diffe
"20.11.2014 17:37:47" There is actually more bacterial life inside you than human. Your body contains around 10 trillion of your own cells, but 10 times more bacteria. Many of the bacteria that call your body home are friendly in the sense that they don't do any harm or a
"12.11.2014 15:37:42" As the countdown to the European Space Agency's attempt to land a space probe on a moving comet reaches its final stage, we recap the basics – what exactly is a comet? http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk/science/what-comet
If successful, the landin
"11.11.2014 11:09:26" Corn poppies (popaver rhoeas) grow naturally across Western Europe in areas of disturbed soil. The destruction wrought by the Napeolonic wars in the early 1800s, and again in the fields of northern France and Flanders from 1914, transformed devastate
"05.11.2014 14:46:38" Astounding fact: the Pacific Ocean covers a surface area larger than all land masses on the planet combined. In fact, the Pacific covers 1/3 of Earth's total surface area!
"03.11.2014 10:34:26" We answer your questions: is the Ebola virus likely to become airborne? http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk/science/could-ebola-become-airborne
"31.10.2014 15:17:52" Trick or treat! We're celebrating by giving away 3 copies of The Little Book of Ghosts by Paul Adams, a spine-chilling book featuring intriguing, obscure trivia about all things that go bump in the night...
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"30.10.2014 10:24:21" Today's the day! The new issue of Wonderpedia is on sale NOW - pick up a copy to fill your brain with plenty of fascinating facts featuring dreams, suns, invincible aircraft, the world's tallest tree and the secret physics of caves! Don't forget to l
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"27.10.2014 15:38:20" In 1252, Henry III was given a white bear as a gift by the King of Norway. He kept the animal, believed to be a polar bear, in the Tower of London, on a long chain so that it could swim in the Thames and catch fish. #fascinatingfacts
"21.10.2014 09:45:47" The average person will walk a distance equivalent to walking three times around the world during their lifetime. #fascinatingfacts
"10.10.2014 09:33:52" Happy Friday everyone! Planning to indulge this weekend? Have a read of our 7 fascinating facts about chocolate! http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk/science/7-things-you-didnt-know-about-chocolate
"06.10.2014 14:47:03" The world's tallest tree (in California) is the height of a 30-storey building. #fascinatingfacts
"02.10.2014 11:37:33" There's one day left to enter our Twitter book giveaway. The competition ends at 12pm tomorrow! Retweet the following link for a chance to win a copy of 'Britain's X-traordinary Files' - https://twitter.com/wonderpediamag/status/516903072715767808
"30.09.2014 10:54:12" We are currently running a giveaway on Wonderpedia's Twitter account (@wonderpediamag).
Hop on over to our page for your chance to win a free copy of 'Britain's X-traordinary Files', a new book by David Clarke about the fascinating secrets hidden i
"26.09.2014 13:24:30" Eek! According to a recent study, spiders that live in cities are larger and more fertile (so they give birth to more offspring) than country-dwelling arachnids. It's thought that higher temperatures in big cities contribute to this difference. #fasc
"26.09.2014 11:25:35" www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Wonderpedia Magazine: General Knowledge – Interesting Facts Wonderpedia delivers the latest facts and developments in science, history, nature, world events, technology and the human mind and body. Do elephants use their trunks to see? Which jellyfish are native to Britain? Who were the Monuments Men? Lots of sneak peeks from our new October issue on our website. Take a look! Full issue out now in supermarkets and most newsagents!
"25.09.2014 09:15:43" New issue of Wonderpedia is out NOW! Grab your copy to find out what happened to 9 Russian hiker lost in the mountains, why Tasers can be lethal and how to stop the spread of Ebola from the virus hunters themselves... Let us know what you think!
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"24.09.2014 13:27:23" The age of a giraffe can be deduced from its spots – the darker they are, the older the giraffe. #fascinatingfacts
"23.09.2014 10:47:37" www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Could a fish survive brain surgery? | Wonderpedia George, a 10-year-old goldfish from Australia, made headlines this week after surviving a ‘high-risk’ brain tumor removal operation. George’s owner decided to go through with the £125 operation when her vet gave her the choice between agreeing to the Could a fish survive brain surgery? http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk/science/could-fish-survive-brain-surgery
"19.09.2014 14:45:18" www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Why are there so many spiders in my house in the autumn? | Wonderpedia In Britain spiders can be found all year round, but the majority of species reach maturity in the autumn. This is why more of the eight-legged critters are out and about from September onwards. It's the falling temperatures that drive the spiders ind Have you been experiencing the usual September onslaught of spiders indoors? We have! Don't mind them? Can't stand them? We explain why the eight-legged creatures are drawn inside when the air turns cold...
"17.09.2014 10:59:24" www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk 10 Things You Didn't Know About The London Underground | Wonderpedia Mag The Metropolitan Railway opened to the public in 1863, and was carrying over 26,000 passengers a day within a few months of opening. The deepest station is Hampstead on the Northern line. Aldgate Station is built on the site of a mass grave for plagu How many babies have been born on the tube? Which station is deepest? And how fast do trains travel? We present 10 interesting, mysterious and sometimes plain strange facts about London Underground.
"16.09.2014 13:41:00" time.com Hidden Google: 10 Fun Search Tricks You could work or you could slack off by trying all these tricks, taking an early lunch and napping in your parked car until 1:30 or 2:00. Totally up to you. Cool fact: if you search for the words 'tilt' or 'askew' using Google's search engine, the results will appear slightly slanted. Other amusing tricks can be found here: http://time.com/3033959/hidden-google-10-fun-search-tricks/
"28.08.2014 09:44:56" The new issue of Wonderpedia is ON SALE now. Pick up a copy to discover the gruesome fates of famous corpses, why gorillas are creatures of habit and how anaesthetics can change your personality...
"27.08.2014 09:12:47" Crazy fact: A single bolt of lightning contains enough energy to cook 100,000 pieces of toast. #fascinatingfact
"20.08.2014 13:26:18" If you drilled a tunnel straight through the Earth and jumped in, scientists estimate it would take you a theoretical 42 minutes and 12 seconds to reach the other side. (Don't try this at home!)
"18.08.2014 11:00:05" Every year the 100 trillion ants on Earth consume more meat than all lions, tigers and wolves combined! #fascinatingfact
"08.08.2014 11:47:01" www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Why do humans have wisdom teeth? | Wonderpedia Any mention of wisdom teeth, clinically known as third molars, is sure to evoke groans from the poor souls who’ve had them removed in the dentist’s chair. But why do humans even have wisdom teeth, when all they do is cause us unnecessary pain? Why do humans have wisdom teeth? Click here to find out: http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk/mind-body/why-do-humans-have-wisdom-teeth
"07.08.2014 14:08:38" Wonderpedia readers! What did you think of our last issue? Did anything surprise, interest or fascinate? Leave us a comment below if you've got a question you'd like answering on our monthly letters page.
"06.08.2014 09:39:45" Do blondes have more fun? That's up for debate, but they certainly have more hair. Your hair colour determines the number of hair follicles on your head. The average number is 100,000 (the same as most brunettes) but natural blondes average 146,000 f
"05.08.2014 09:23:45" Oliver Cromwell's head was impaled on a stake and placed on the roof of Westminster Hall in London for 20 years! #fascinatingfact
"31.07.2014 14:10:02" www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Why did Einstein become a stranger in his own country? | Wonderpedia Born in Germany in 1879, Einstein never really felt that Germany was his home. He wanted to study the universe, and he couldn’t do it there. So, in 1900, he became a Swiss National to allow him to pursue his interest in physics in Zurich. Want to know why Albert Einstein became a stranger in his own country? This and lots more new content on our website! http://www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk/history/why-did-einstein-become-stranger-his-own-country
"24.07.2014 13:43:31" Our NEW issue is on the shelves today! It features many of the questions you've asked on this page PLUS mega waves in Portugal, why food grown in China may be toxic and why we're not always as rational as we think we are.... Let us know what you thin
"24.07.2014 13:40:45" Wonderpedia Magazine New issue out today - featuring China's toxic food crisis, mega waves in Portugal and the truth about the Mona Lisa...
"16.07.2014 13:46:40" If 1.2 million mosquitoes bit you simultaneously, they could drain your entire supply of blood. Ouch! #fascinatingfact
"09.07.2014 10:17:28" Fascinating (and somewhat distressing) fact: the average person spends 2 weeks of their lifetime waiting for the traffic lights to change to green.
"04.07.2014 13:34:07" Today is American Independence Day. Happy 4th July! According to the Boston Globe, if you collected all the fireworks Americans will set off this week they’d weigh more than the Statue of Liberty and release more energy than 100,000 bolts of lightnin
"02.07.2014 09:45:59" Roughly 112,000 punnets of strawberries are eaten during Wimbledon, together with 7,000 litres of cream. #fascinatingfact
"25.06.2014 14:47:04" Is your brain out to get you? Is your doctor lying to you? Is Google hell-bent on ruling you? Find out in July's fact-packed issue. In newsagents and supermarkets tomorrow!
"10.06.2014 15:35:41" Have you ever wondered if cats snore? And why do humans dream? What is the world’s most expensive medicine? Here at Wonderpedia we try to answer questions about the world around us while inspiring a thousand more. At the moment we’re offering 6 issue
"09.06.2014 13:53:24" www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Why does a zebra have stripes? | Wonderpedia Are you able to look at the above photo for a long time? Or do you avert your gaze, irritated? If it’s the latter then the zebras’ stripes have fulfilled their purpose. Have you ever wondered why zebras have stripes? Click here to find out -- http://bit.ly/1hzXbl8
"06.06.2014 11:06:51" www.wonderpediamagazine.co.uk Wonderpedia Magazine: General Knowledge – Interesting Facts Wonderpedia delivers the latest facts and developments in science, history, nature, world events, technology and the human mind and body. Pleased to share Wonderpedia's brand new website, packed with fascinating facts, interesting trivia and content from previous issues of our mag. We'd love it if you'd take a look and tell us what you think!! CLICK HERE to visit: www.wonderpediamagazi
"04.06.2014 14:38:22" Fact of the day: like humans, plants can get cancer but - unlike humans - it's impossible for them to die from the disease. Because plants have no bloodstream, the cancer cannot spread. Any tumours are self-contained and the rest of the plant will co
"03.06.2014 14:07:00" How much does Earth weigh? Why is the sky blue? How does a radio work? Do you have a burning question for Wonderpedia's Letters page? Comment below or shoot us an e-mail for a chance to see your question answered on the first page of our mag. Anythin
"29.05.2014 10:37:59" Check out Wonderpedia's JUNE issue, out now! Available in newsagents and supermarkets - featuring the secret power of your speech, how to make yourself invisible online and the tablet that will wipe your memories... Let us know what you think!
"28.05.2014 14:32:02" twitter.com Wonderpedia Magazine (wonderpediamag) on Twitter The latest from Wonderpedia Magazine (@wonderpediamag). The latest news and facts from Wonderpedia Magazine. Packed with stories, articles and facts that will satisfy even the most inquisitive of minds. United Kingdom Don't forget to follow Wonderpedia on Twitter! We have some exciting projects in the works, follow our updates here: https://twitter.com/wonderpediamag
"20.05.2014 11:44:43" The more friends you have, the stronger your immune system, according to numerous studies. Get socialising! #funfact
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