My Wonderopolis report is on #521, Can You Speak in Code. Some interesting things I learned were, for one the code during WWII in amost all radio trannsmissions. (Radio Code Pt1) A is Alfa, B is Bravo, C is Charlie, D is Delta, E is Echo, F is Foxtrot, G is Golf, H is Hotel, I is India, J is Juliett, K is Kilo, L is Lima/London, M is Mike, (Radio code Pt2) N is November, O is Oscar, P is Papa, Q is Quebec, R is Romeo, S is Sierra, T is Tango, U is Uniform, V is Victor, W is Whiskey, X is X-ray, Y is Yankee, and Z is Zulu. Another interesting thing I learned is that in Indonesia Lima means Five, so they use London for L and Lima for F, also in the USA D is Dixie, David, or Data because of all the Delta Airline flights. My three wonder words are communication, static, and treaty.
Treaty - An interpitation of peace
Communication - To talk, move, listen, and watch
Static -Still / unchanging
This could affect lots of different lives all around the world for pilots, and people that are in the USAA. (United States of America Air Force.)