The Harvard University hosted the 2017 twenty-seventh Ig Nobel prize winner released video: the Harvard University hosted the 2017 twenty-seventh Ig Nobel prize winner Nobel released will be released this year, all Nobel prize winners in the next month. The Harvard University is held as usual, the Ig Nobel prize, and the winners will be announced their. Study on the winner this year is still hilarious, someone is because of why older men have larger ears, how to use the instrument didgeridoo soothing sleep apnea, and study how to influence the decision of gambling crocodile. The twenty-seventh Ig Nobel prize on Thursday (14 days) awards, the winners of this year will be "huge bonuses" - trillion of currency in Zimbabwe. This year's winners are still numerous, and the winning studies are equally bizarre. British physicist F Scott (James Heathoch) is also one of the winners, the award-winning big excitement. In his 1995 study, he found that more than older men had larger ears, and that after 30 years of age, their ears would increase by 2 centimeters every 10 years. The peace prize flowers at the University of Zurich PuHan (Milo Puhan), he found that didgeridoo can be used to help patients breathe, so as to improve their sleep apnea. The economics prize was won by Roque Love Matthew of Central Queensland University in Australia. He found that people who touched the crocodile before gambling could reduce their chances of making big bets on Rockloff. The funny Nobel prize, awarded by the Annals of Improbable Research, belongs to the Nobel prize for comedy, which aims to entertain and encourage global research and innovation. Cat is a liquid or solid? The 2017 Ig Nobel prize winner released according to ETtoday: hundreds of people to launch paper planes to the stage, the Nobel prize winner who dressed in robes, laughing the 8 year old girl speak more than 60 seconds and reflections in the winners, in broken read: "so boring, stop, I'm dead boring! "Even invited the trillions of bacteria when special guests --" first make people laugh, and then cited "you think twenty-seventh times the Ig Nobel prize, September 14th at 6 pm EST at Harvard University Saunders theatre, the theme of this year is" uncertain "be the most changeful, the most interesting year for scientific research the madness and most serious, all in this. Physics prize: is it possible for a cat to be both liquid and solid by fluid dynamics? Antoine Fardin Po winners to see friends of a picture, began to define thinking: "liquid liquid has no definite shape, the shape of the container will follow the change," he thought, the picture is like a cat, and then put forward scientific and reasonable hypothesis: the cat is a liquid? Finally, he worked out mathematical formulas that showed that energetic kittens were softer than older or lazy cats. He also said: "it might be cool to refuse a Nobel prize, but if you refuse to get a funny Nobel prize, it's stupid, so I won't hesitate to come to the scene to accept it."! "Peace Prize: blowing Di Ji in Du tube as sleep apnea patients cure winners: Milo Puhan, Alex Suarez, Christian Lo Cascio, Alfred Zahn, Markus Heitz, and Otto Braendli ceremony scene of the experiment plot, scientists came up with pajamas, playing a musical instrument similar to Di Jiri Du Ban. The results showed that: the Australian woodwind instruments may have some effect really, because every giri Du blowing tube can enhance the upper respiratory tract, to breathe better. But with the instrument itself issued a hum hum no relationship. The economics prize: contact with live crocodile will strengthen the will of the gambling winners: Matthew J. Rockloff; Nancy Greer, the researchers asked participants playing the slot machine, holding a meter crocodile, the holding of this kind of dangerous animal excitement, will be the subjects considered lucky symbol the illusion. Anatomy prize: why do older people have big ears? Researcher James Heathcote once came on stage and asked the audience, "when you were on the bus, did you ever wonder why the old man sitting opposite you had such a big ear?" When you first see the phenomenon, you can't stop and stare at the big ears of the old people on the road. The researchers made a hypothesis: "usually you can't see such big ears in young people, so our ears must have grown up with age.". After measuring 206 older subjects, the results showed that ears grew at two millimeters per year. Biology: in cave insect found on the female and male penis vagina is a winner in Japan, Brazil and the Swiss team Kazunori Yoshizawa, Rodrigo Ferreira, Yoshitaka Kamimura, and Charles Lienhard, currently in Japan because the caves of the opposite sex cave insects, every thirty minutes to monitor their sex life, not in person the award. But we recorded a film in the cave and said, "we found that female burrows suppressed their male burrows for 40-70 hours with their spiked penis.". All the dictionaries in the world say that the penis is a male genital organ, but our research has made the millions of dictionaries obsolete. "Fluid mechanics Award: a study of a person with a liquid sloshing back when coffee is a South Korean researcher Jiwon Han, he said, because nothing to do in high school, he wrote the 15 page report on the physical phenomenon. The motive is: "each of us has spilled coffee."