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How it Works Annual Vol. 2

How it Works Annual Vol. 2

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How it Works Annual Vol. 2

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A year’s worth of How it Works magazine has been condensed down into this wonderful bookazine covering space, technology, science and much more. Learn how the world around you works and expand your knowledge with these fully illustrative guides.

In this bookazine...



Everything you want to know about
the world we live in

Technology
- Find out how all the hottest gadgets work.

Science
- From diets to atomic clocks, see how the world works.

Space
- Learn what lies beyond our planet and how we're exploring it.

Environment
- An in-depth look at the natural world around us.


Also inside...
- Fossils
- Woodpeckers
- Pollen
- Ligers and tigons
- Lifecycle of a frog
- Crocodiles
- Rivers
- Animal camouflage
- Octopuses
- Dead sea
- Silkworms
- Moulting
- Compound eyes
- The planet’s deadliest reptiles
- Grasshoppers
- Squid
- Fossilised trees
- Ticks
- The water cycle
- El nino
- Hippo jaws
- Earthquakes
- Glaciers
- Death rolls
- Snakeskin
- Whirlpools
- Acid rain
- Mirages
- Mega tsunamis
- Social networks
- Paypal
- Manufacturing fibre-optics
- Hairdryers
- Coin-operated vending machines
- Photocopiers
- Lighthouses
- MRI scanners
- Touch-screen tablets
- Central heating
- Laser eye surgery
- Electric guitars
- Pressure cookers
- Metal detectors
- Water filters
- Espresso machines
- Motion-control gaming
- Shopping online
- Lighters
- Bathroom scales
- Sewage works
- Beer pumps
- Seismographs
- Toilets
- Renewable energy
- Can openers
- Artificial hips
- Pianos
- Fridges
- The London Eye
- Stealth technology
- Germs
- Atomic clocks
- Calories
- Kinetic energy and momentum
- Kidneys
- Blood
- Teeth
- The common cold
- Osmosis
- Hair growth
- Hormones
- Magnetism
- Acids and bases
- Toothache
- Cellulite
- Rust
- Free diving
- Memory
- Cloning
- Evaporation and steam
- Skateboarding physics
- Shockwaves
- Atoms
- Diets
- Planet killers
- Light echoes
- Why the night sky is black
- Cat’s-Eye nebula
- Enceladus
- Geomagnetic reversal
- Red dwarfs
- Hale bop
- Sunspots
- Rocket science
- Skylab
- Oort cloud
- Vomit comets
- Neutron stars
- Mars
- Space shuttle
- Saturn
- Galaxy collisions
- Stellar quakes
- ALMA
- Comet tails
- Jupiter
- The Milky Way galaxy
- 300mph cars
- Canal locks
- Ship stabilisers
- Fuel injection
- Helicopters
- Superbikes
- Concrete mixers
- Automatic transmission
- Car steering
- Reconnaissance drones
- Airfix aircraft models
- Battle tanks
- Cruise control
- eBikes
- Shock absorbers
- Traffic jams
- Solar-powered vehicles
- Internal combustion engines
- Aerobatic displays
- Autopilot
- Hovercraft
- Landing a plane
- Mummies
- Lancaster bombers
- Looms
- Cannons
- Bagpipes
- Whisky production
- Gunpowder
- The Mayflower
- Planet’s biggest dinosaurs
- The Mallard steam locomotive
- Roman forts
- The Bastille
- Viking warriors
- Man of war
- Tudor houses

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