is one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Harvard has been editing a parody version of the world-famous Nobel Prizes for years. ” Ig Nobel Prizes” and held for the 31st time this year, is known for rewarding scientific studies that are considered meaningless and ridiculous.
The winners of the Ig Nobel Prizes, held online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, are highly strange works happened. Olcay Cem Bulut, Dare Oladokun, Burkard Lippert and Ralph Hohenberger with the participation of 18 couples. the effect of having an orgasm on nasal congestion” was chosen as the most ridiculous medical scientific research of the year, so to speak. For those who are curious about the result of the research; yes, having an orgasm is enough for nasal congestion. According to the study, couples who had orgasm were breathing more easily for 60 minutes after orgasm.
“The bigger the belly of the politicians, the more corruption in the country”
Harvard University, which also gives awards in the field of economics, drew attention to a research that should be emphasized this year. conducted by the French researcher Pavlo Blavatskyy and focusing on politicians’ belly research was awarded. According to this scientific study, the more obese the politicians in a country, the more corruption rate was just as much. . .
Another person who was awarded within the scope of the Ig Nobel Prizes was a veterinarian named Robin Radcliffe. Radcliffe and his team discovered that rhinos were transported by air. proved to be even better. This method, which is inconceivable for a normal human being, to protect animals was one of the studies. Speaking of animals; The award-winning research in biology was the discovery that cats consciously change their voices when sharing information. In addition, collecting chewed gum on the sidewalks a group of scientists who did research was also awarded in the ecology category.
Speaking of Nobel Prizes; It would not be possible to pass without mentioning the award of peace. Ig Nobel Peace Prize
The cauldrons of were scientists named Ethan Beseris, Steven Naleway and David Carrier. These scientists beard growthdetected that it protects the face. According to the study conducted at the University of Utah, the layer formed by the beard on the face ensures that the weak areas of the face are protected. . .