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Tyler, and Brian D. Williams, Applied Herpetology, vol. Yoshiro Nakamats of Tokyo, Japan, for photographing and retrospectively analyzing every meal he has consumed during a period of 34 years and counting.

Polar Biology , vol. The winners were unable to attend the ceremony because they could not obtain United States visas to visit the United States. Meyer-Rochow sent an acceptance speech via video. Social Forces , vol. Ramesh Balasubramaniam of the University of Ottawa, and Michael Turvey of the University of Connecticut and Haskins Laboratory, for exploring and explaining the dynamics of hula-hooping. Turvey, Biological Cybernetics , vol. Jillian Clarke of the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences , and then Howard University, for investigating the scientific validity of the Five-Second Rule about whether it's safe to eat food that's been dropped on the floor.

The Coca-Cola Company of Great Britain , for using advanced technology to convert ordinary tap water into Dasani, a transparent form of water, which for precautionary reasons has been made unavailable to consumers.

Smith and his father, the late Frank J. Daniel Simons of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Christopher Chabris of Harvard University, for demonstrating that when people pay close attention to something, it's all too easy to overlook anything else -- even a woman in a gorilla suit.

Simons and Christopher F. The Vatican , for outsourcing prayers to India. Daisuke Inoue of Hyogo, Japan, for inventing karaoke , thereby providing an entirely new way for people to learn to tolerate each other. Batty and Lawrence M. Dill, Biology Letters , vol. Spark, Annals of Improbable Research, vol. Spark , on behalf of John Paul Stapp's widow, Lilly. Murphy III, on behalf of his late father. Also see their subsequent publications.

Yukio Hirose of Kanazawa University, for his chemical investigation of a bronze statue, in the city of Kanazawa , that fails to attract pigeons. John Trinkaus , of the Zicklin School of Business , New York City, for meticulously collecting data and publishing more than 80 detailed academic reports about things that annoyed him such as: Lal Bihari , of Uttar Pradesh, India , for a triple accomplishment: First, for leading an active life even though he has been declared legally dead ; Second, for waging a lively posthumous campaign against bureaucratic inertia and greedy relatives ; and Third, for creating the Association of Dead People.

Lal Bihari overcame the handicap of being dead, and managed to obtain a passport from the Indian government so that he could travel to Harvard to accept his Prize. Several weeks later, the Prize was presented to Lal Bihari himself in a special ceremony in India. Filmmaker Satish Kaushik will be making a film about the life and death and life of Lal Bihari. Moeliker , of Natuurhistorisch Museum Rotterdam , the Netherlands, for documenting the first scientifically recorded case of homosexual necrophilia in the mallard duck.

Paxton , Phil Bowers, and D. Deeming, British Poultry Science , vol. Arnd Leike of the University of Munich, for demonstrating that beer froth obeys the mathematical Law of Exponential Decay.

Karl Kruszelnicki of The University of Sydney, for performing a comprehensive survey of human belly button lint -- who gets it, when, what color, and how much. Theodore Gray USA and Switzerland , for gathering many elements of the periodic table, and assembling them into the form of a four-legged periodic table table. Sreekumar and the late G. Nirmalan, Veterinary Research Communications , vol. Vicki Silvers Gier and David S. Reading Research and Instruction , vol.

Keita Sato , President of Takara Co. Norio Kogure, Executive Director, Kogure Veterinary Hospital , for promoting peace and harmony between the species by inventing Bow-Lingual , a computer-based automatic dog-to-human language translation device.

Eduardo Segura, of Lavakan de Aste , in Tarragona, Spain, for inventing a washing machine for cats and dogs. The Journal of Trauma , vol. David Schmidt of the University of Massachusetts for his partial solution to the question of why shower curtains billow inwards. Buck Weimer of Pueblo, Colorado for inventing Under-Ease , airtight underwear with a replaceable charcoal filter that removes bad-smelling gases before they escape.

Joel Slemrod , of the University of Michigan Business School, and Wojciech Kopczuk , of University of British Columbia [and who has since moved to Columbia University], for their conclusion that people find a way to postpone their deaths if that would qualify them for a lower rate on the inheritance tax. John Richards of Boston, England, founder of The Apostrophe Protection Society , for his efforts to protect, promote, and defend the differences between plural and possessive.

Child Development , vol. Awarded jointly to John Keogh of Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia, for patenting the wheel in the year , and to the Australian Patent Office for granting him Innovation Patent Several years after this prize was awarded, the patent office quietly revoked Mr. Chittaranjan Andrade and B. Srihari of the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences , Bangalore, India, for their probing medical discovery that nose picking is a common activity among adolescents. Jasmuheen formerly known as Ellen Greve of Australia , first lady of Breatharianism , for her book " Living on Light ," which explains that although some people do eat food, they don't ever really need to.

Geim, European Journal of Physics, v. Ten years later, in , Andre Geim won a Nobel Prize in physics for research on another subject. Cassano of the University of Pisa , and Hagop S. Akiskal of the University of California San Diego , for their discovery that, biochemically, romantic love may be indistinguishable from having severe obsessive-compulsive disorder.

The Reverend Sun Myung Moon , for bringing efficiency and steady growth to the mass-marriage industry , with, according to his reports , a couple wedding in , a couple wedding in , an couple wedding in , a couple wedding in , a 30,couple wedding in , a ,couple wedding in , and a 36,,couple wedding in Chris Niswander of Tucson, Arizona, for inventing PawSense , software that detects when a cat is walking across your computer keyboard.

The British Royal Navy , for ordering its sailors to stop using live cannon shells, and to instead just shout "Bang! Keller, Physics of Fluids vol. The British Standards Institution for its six-page specification BS of the proper way to make a cup of tea.

The Kansas State Board of Education and the Colorado State Board of Education , for mandating that children should not believe in Darwin 's theory of evolution any more than they believe in Newton 's theory of gravitation , Faraday 's and Maxwell 's theory of electromagnetism , or Pasteur 's theory that germs cause disease. Arvid Vatle of Stord, Norway, for carefully collecting, classifying, and contemplating which kinds of containers his patients chose when submitting urine samples.

Takeshi Makino, president of The Safety Detective Agency in Osaka, Japan, for his involvement with S-Check , an infidelity detection spray that wives can apply to their husbands' underwear. Charl Fourie and Michelle Wong of Johannesburg, South Africa, for inventing an automobile burglar alarm consisting of a detection circuit and a flamethrower.

The late George and Charlotte Blonsky of New York City and San Jose, California, for inventing a device US Patent 3,, to aid women in giving birth — the woman is strapped onto a circular table, and the table is then rotated at high speed. Troy Hurtubise , of North Bay, Ontario, for developing, and personally testing a suit of armor that is impervious to grizzly bears. Peter Fong of Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, for contributing to the happiness of clams by giving them Prozac.

Huminski, and Lynette M. D'urso, " Journal of Experimental Zoology , vol. Jacques Benveniste of France, for his homeopathic discovery that not only does water have memory, but that the information can be transmitted over telephone lines and the Internet.

Benveniste also won the Ig Nobel Chemistry Prize. Dolores Krieger , Professor Emerita, New York University, for demonstrating the merits of therapeutic touch , a method by which nurses manipulate the energy fields of ailing patients by carefully avoiding physical contact with those patients.

Jerald Bain of Mt. Deepak Chopra of The Chopra Center for Well Being, La Jolla, California, for his unique interpretation of quantum physics as it applies to life, liberty, and the pursuit of economic happiness. Mark Hostetler of the University of Florida, for his scholarly book, " That Gunk on Your Car ," which identifies the insect splats that appear on automobile windows.

Richard Hoagland of New Jersey, for identifying artificial features on the moon and on Mars, including a human face on Mars and ten-mile high buildings on the far side of the moon. Sanford Wallace , president of Cyber Promotions of Philadelphia -- neither rain nor sleet nor dark of night have stayed this self-appointed courier from delivering electronic junk mail to all the world. Doron Witztum , Eliyahu Rips and Yoav Rosenberg of Israel, and Michael Drosnin of the United States, for their hairsplitting statistical discovery that the bible contains a secret, hidden code.

Charnetski and Francis X. Harrison of Muzak Ltd. Harrison, Perceptual and Motor Skills, vol. Akihiro Yokoi of Wiz Company in Chiba, Japan and Aki Maita of Bandai Company in Tokyo, the father and mother of Tamagotchi , for diverting millions of person-hours of work into the husbandry of virtual pets. James Johnston of R. Reynolds, Joseph Taddeo of U. Horrigan of Liggett Group, Donald S.

Congress , that nicotine is not addictive. Robert Matthews of Aston University, England, for his studies of Murphy's Law , and especially for demonstrating that toast often falls on the buttered side. Jacques Chirac , President of France, for commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of Hiroshima with atomic bomb tests in the Pacific.

George Goble of Purdue University, for his blistering world record time for igniting a barbeque grill-three seconds, using charcoal and liquid oxygen.

The editors of the journal Social Text , for eagerly publishing research that they could not understand, that the author said was meaningless, and which claimed that reality does not exist.

The paper was " Transgressing the Boundaries: Genco of the University of Buffalo for his discovery that "financial strain is a risk indicator for destructive periodontal disease. Don Featherstone of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, for his ornamentally evolutionary invention, the plastic pink flamingo. John Martinez of J. Powder Technology, November, , vol.

Awarded jointly to Nick Leeson and his superiors at Barings Bank and to Robert Citron of Orange County, California , for using the calculus of derivatives to demonstrate that every financial institution has its limits. Shannahoff-Khalsa, and Michael R. International Journal of Neuroscience , vol.

Busch and James R. Starling , of Madison Wisconsin, for their deeply penetrating research report, " Rectal foreign bodies: Surgery , September , pp. The Taiwan National Parliament, for demonstrating that politicians gain more by punching, kicking and gouging each other than by waging war against other nations. Shigeru Watanabe , Junko Sakamoto, and Masumi Wakita, of Keio University , for their success in training pigeons to discriminate between the paintings of Picasso and those of Monet.

Ergonomics , vol 37, no. Journal of Periodontology , vol. Prevalence Among Deployed US Troops," and especially for their numerical analysis of bowel movement frequency. John Hagelin of Maharishi University and The Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy, promulgator of peaceful thoughts , for his experimental conclusion that 4, trained meditators caused an 18 percent decrease in violent crime in Washington, D. This prize is awarded in two parts. Archived from the original on July 19, Retrieved July 18, The Art and History of the Soap Opera.

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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This page was last edited on 23 October , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The Sunshine Skyway Bridge The Sulphur Springs Water Tower , a landmark in the Sulphur Springs section of the city, dates back to the late s. This boom period for Florida also saw the construction of an ornate movie palace , the Tampa Theatre , a Mediterranean revival on Davis Islands , and Bayshore Boulevard , which borders Hillsborough Bay from downtown Tampa to areas in South Tampa.

The Italian Club mission "is to preserve and honor the culture, traditions and heritage of the Italian Community and to maintain the historical facility as a functioning memorial to the working class immigrants. It was bought in by the famous "Babe" Didrikson Zaharias , who had a residence nearby, and closed upon her death.

In , the city of Tampa opened the golf course to the public. The Story of Tampa , a public painting by Lynn Ash, is a 4-byfoot 1. Completed in , it was the tallest skyscraper in Tampa until the completion of One Tampa City Center in Tampa is home to the Bro Bowl , one of the last remaining skateparks built during skateboarding's "Golden Era" in the s.

It opened in and was constructed by Tampa Parks and Recreation. It was the first public skatepark to be constructed in Florida and the third on the East Coast. As of , the largest European ancestries in the city were German 9. As of , there were , households out of which The average household size was 2. In , the city's population was spread out with The median age was For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were As of , those who spoke only English at home accounted for The most significant was Spanish speakers who made up Communities of faith have organized in Tampa from , when a Methodist congregation established the city's first church , [84] to , when a year-old Billy Graham began his career as a spiritual evangelist and preacher on downtown's Franklin Street, [85] and through to today.

Among Tampa's noteworthy religious structures are Sacred Heart Catholic Church , a downtown landmark noted for its soaring, Romanesque revival construction in granite and marble with German -crafted stained glass windows, [86] the distinctive rock and mortar St. Paul AME church, which has seen the likes of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. There is also at least one congregation of Messianic Jews in Tampa. The Church of Scientology , based in nearby Clearwater , maintains a location for its members in Tampa.

Overall, Tampa is 50th out of the largest 51 metropolitan area in the percentage of the populace that attends religious services of any kind. Finance, retail, healthcare, insurance, shipping by air and sea, national defense , professional sports, tourism, and real estate all play vital roles in the area's economy.

Downtown Tampa is undergoing significant development and redevelopment in line with a general national trend toward urban residential development. As of April , the Tampa Downtown Partnership noted development proceeding on 20 residential, hotel, and mixed-use projects.

Nonetheless several developments are nearing completion, which city leaders hope will make downtown into a hour neighborhood instead of a 9 to 5 business district. Tampa's port is now the seventh largest in the nation and Florida's largest tonnage port, handling nearly half of all seaborne commerce that passes through the state.

Tampa currently ranks second in the state behind Miami in terms of cruise ship travel. Besides smaller regional cruise ships such as Yacht Starship and SunCruz Casino, Tampa also serves as a port of call for three cruise lines: The main server farm for Wikipedia and other Wikimedia Foundation projects is located in Tampa. A significant majority of the civil service and contractor personnel are, in fact, themselves retired career military personnel.

Since the year , Tampa has seen a notable upsurge in high-market demand from consumers, signaling more wealth concentrated in the area. Tampa is home to a variety of stage and performing arts venues and theaters, including the David A. Tampa is rated sixth on Maxim magazine 's list of top party cities.

The area has become a "de facto" headquarters of professional wrestling , with many pros living in the area. Tampa is home to several death metal bands, an extreme form of heavy metal music that evolved from thrash metal.

Many of the genre's pioneers and foremost figures are based in and around the city. The Tampa scene grew with the birth of Morrisound Recording , which established itself as an international recording destination for metal bands.

Christian metalcore band Underoath is based out of Tampa. In , the new Frank Wildhorn musical Wonderland: The Tampa area is home to a number of museums that cover a wide array of subjects and studies. The Children's museum of Tampa opened in It was created in response to the need for informal cultural and learning environment for the need of young children.

Tampa has a diverse culinary scene from small cafes and bakeries to bistros and farm-to-table restaurants. There are also many Colombian , Puerto Rican , Vietnamese and barbecue restaurants. Seafood is very popular in Tampa, and Greek cuisine is prominent in the area, including around Tarpon Springs. Food trucks are popular, and the area holds the record for the world's largest food truck rally. Tampa is the birthplace of the Florida version of the deviled crab and the Cuban sandwich , which has been officially designated as the "signature sandwich of the city of Tampa" by the city council.

The city of Tampa operates over parks and beaches covering 2, acres 9. These areas include Hillsborough River State Park , just northeast of the city. The Lowry Park Zoo features over 2, animals, interactive exhibits, rides, educational shows and more. The zoo serves as an economic, cultural, environmental and educational anchor in Tampa.

Big Cat Rescue is one of the largest accredited sanctuaries in the world dedicated entirely to abused and abandoned big cats. Busch Gardens Tampa is a acre 1. It features many thrilling roller coasters, for which it is known, including Sheikra, Montu, Gwazi and Kumba. Visitors can also view and interact with a number of African wildlife. It hosts over 20, species of aquatic plants and animals. It is known for its unique glass architecture.

There are theaters, a map gallery, a research center and a museum store. The 2, passenger MS Norwegian Star will be Tampa's largest cruise ship when it debuts a seasonal schedule in Perhaps the most well known and anticipated events are those from Tampa's annual celebration of "Gasparilla", particularly the Gasparilla Pirate Festival , a mock pirate invasion held since in late January or early February. Often referred to as Tampa's " Mardi Gras ", the invasion flotilla led by the pirate ship, Jose Gasparilla , and subsequent parade draw over , attendees, contributing tens of millions of dollars to the city's economy.

Beyond the initial invasion, numerous Gasparilla festivities take place each year between January and March, including the Gasparilla Children's Parade, the more adult-oriented Sant'Yago Knight Parade , the Gasparilla Distance Classic , Gasparilla Festival of the Arts, and the Gasparilla International Film Festival , among other pirate themed events.

Guavaween , a nighttime street celebration infuses Halloween with the Latin flavor of Ybor City. Tampa is represented by teams in three major professional sports leagues: As indicated by their names, these teams, plus several other sports teams, represent the entire Tampa metropolitan area.

The Tampa Bay area has long been a site for Major League Baseball spring training facilities and minor league baseball teams. On the collegiate level, the University of South Florida Bulls and the University of Tampa Spartans participate in many different sports. They struggled at first, losing their first 26 games in a row to set a league record for futility.

After a brief taste of success in the late s, the Bucs again returned to their losing ways, and at one point lost at least 10 games for 12 seasons in a row.

Tampa has hosted four Super Bowls: Tampa will be the host for Super Bowl LV in There were only five teams during the season , after which the Storm's ownership group suspended operations. The Bandits made the playoffs twice in their three seasons under head coach Steve Spurrier and drew league-leading crowds to Tampa Stadium, but the team folded along with the rest of the USFL after the season.

The Tampa Bay area has long been home to nationally competitive amateur baseball and has hosted spring training and minor league teams for over a century. Tampa became the first city in Florida to host a major league team for spring training in , when the Chicago Cubs trained at Plant Field. The Tampa Smokers were the city's first minor league team, beginning play as charter members of the new Florida State League in After a decade of futility on the field, the Devil Rays shortened their nickname to simply Rays in and promptly won the American League Pennant , finishing runner up in World Series.

They also won American League East titles in and under manager Joe Maddon before slipping back in the standings. In , the Rays began the process of searching for a stadium site closer to the center of the area's population, possibly in Tampa. Petersburg and the challenges of financing a new ballpark has kept the Rays playing in Tropicana Field. Several Major League baseball teams conduct spring training in the area, and most also operate minor league teams in the Class-A Florida State League.

In , the team won their first and only Stanley Cup. The Bolts were Eastern Conference Champions in They returned to the Eastern Conference Final in but lost in 7 games to the eventual champion Pittsburgh Penguins. They returned again to the Eastern Conference Final in but lost in 7 games to the eventual champion Washington Capitals.

The team began play at Tampa's George M. Steinbrenner Field in , then moved to St. Petersburg's Al Lang Field in The Rowdies won their first league championship in Soccer Bowl Previously, Tampa had hosted two top-level soccer teams.

The Rowdies were an immediate success, drawing good crowds and winning Soccer Bowl '75 in their first season to bring Tampa its first professional sports championship. Though the NASL ceased operations in , the Rowdies continued to compete in various soccer leagues until finally folding in However, the club folded in when local ownership could not be secured mainly due to a financially poor lease agreement for Raymond James Stadium.

The city has no current representation in MLS, however, the Rowdies are currently seeking to join the league. USF began playing intercollegiate sports in The South Florida Bulls established a basketball team in and a football team in They are now part of the American Athletic Conference.

Tampa is governed under the strong mayor form of government. The Mayor of Tampa is the chief executive officer of city government and is elected in four-year terms, with a limit of two consecutive terms. The current mayor is Bob Buckhorn , who took office on April 1, The City Council is a legislative body served by seven members.

Four members are elected from specific numbered areas designated City Districts, and the other three are " at-large " members serving citywide. The city of Tampa is served by Tampa Fire Rescue.

The city of Tampa has a large police department that provides law enforcement services. The Tampa Police Department has over sworn officers and many civilian service support personnel.

It is ranked the eighth largest school district in the United States, with around , enrolled students. SDHC runs schools, being elementary, 42 middle, 27 high schools, two K-8s, and four career centers.

There are 73 additional schools in the district that are charter, ESE, alternative, etc. Germany Public Library in Downtown Tampa. The Tampa library system first started in the early 20th century, with the West Tampa Library , which was made possible with funds donated by Andrew Carnegie.

Tampa's libraries are also a part of a larger library network, The Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative, which includes the libraries of the neighboring municipalities of Temple Terrace and Plant City.

The University of Tampa UT is a private, four-year liberal arts institution. The schools provide for a variety of technical training certification courses as well as job placement skills. Petersburg College in St. The major daily newspaper serving the city is the Tampa Bay Times , which purchased its longtime competition, The Tampa Tribune , in Print news coverage is also provided by a variety of smaller regional newspapers, alternative weeklies, and magazines, including the Florida Sentinel Bulletin , Creative Loafing , Reax Music Magazine , The Oracle , Tampa Bay Business Journal , MacDill Thunderbolt , and La Gaceta , which notable for being the nation's only trilingual newspaper - English, Spanish, and Italian, owing to its roots in the cigar-making immigrant neighborhood of Ybor City.

The old Gandy Bridge was completely replaced by new spans during the s, but a span of the old bridge was saved and converted into a pedestrian and biking bridge renamed The Friendship Trail. It was the longest overwater recreation trail in the world. Tampa has several freeways which serve the city.

There are two tolled freeways bringing traffic in and out of Tampa. Three of the city's freeways carry the interstate highway designation. Interstate 4 and Interstate cut across the city and intersect near downtown.

Interstate 75 runs along the east side of town for much of its route through Hillsborough County until veering to the west to bisect New Tampa. Along with the city's freeways, major surface roads serve as main arteries of the city.

These roads are Hillsborough Avenue U. Tampa is served by three airports one in Tampa, two in the metro area that provide significant scheduled passenger air service:. Tampa's intercity passenger rail service is based at Tampa Union Station , a historic facility, adjacent to downtown between the Channel District and Ybor City.

The station is served by Amtrak 's Silver Star , which calls on Tampa twice daily: Freight and container cargo operations at the city's seaports also depend upon dockside rail facilities. The Port of Tampa is the largest port in Florida in throughput tonnage, making it one of the busiest commercial ports in North America. Weekly containerized cargo service is available in the Port of Tampa.

The bay bottom is very sandy, with the U. Army Corps of Engineers constantly dredging the ship channels to keep them navigable to large cargo ships. Tampa and its surrounding suburbs are host to over 20 hospitals, four trauma centers, and multiple Cancer treatment centers.

Haley Veterans Hospital , H. Shriners Hospitals for Children is based in Tampa. Along with human health care, there are hundreds of animal medical centers including a Humane Society of America. The water is mainly supplied by the Hillsborough River , which in turn arises from the Green Swamp , but several other rivers and desalination plants in the area contribute to the supply.

Tampa has formalized sister city agreements with the following cities: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Tampa disambiguation. City in Central Florida. City in Florida, United States. Images from top, left to right: History of Ybor City. Cityscape of Tampa, Florida. Neighborhoods in Tampa, Florida. List of tallest buildings in Tampa. This section needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information.

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