Read this, if you want to die laughing...
Celebrating its 20th anniversary of Ig Nobel Awards on September 30 at Harvard University, Improbable Research granted 10 Ig Awards to some of the most hilarious scientific studies you will ever hear about. They are laughable, but then they make you think, which is the main objective of the Ig Nobels. So, laugh and then think as you read about these winning discoveries.
Canadians have proven their usefulness once again, with students from the University of Toronto devising the world’s first continuously flying ornithopter.
Birds in the wild can groom their nails, or claws, on the rough branches of trees. They can bathe in the rain, the ocean, bay, or brook. But what about pet birds? They also have a natural need to groom themselves.
Newcastle University scientists have determined that bacteria have the ability to smell you coming.