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After a two-day summit in central Japan, the Group of Seven industrial powers pledged to seek strong global growth.在日本中部举行为期两天的峰会后,七个工业大国集团承诺将寻求全球经济强劲增长。The G7 expressed concern over North Korea, Russia and maritime disputes involving China.七国集团表达了对朝鲜,俄罗斯和中国海事纠纷的担忧。It demanded that North Korea fully comply with UN Security Council resolutions and halt nuclear tests.它要求朝鲜全面遵守联合国安理会的决议,停止核试验。The G7 also called large-scale immigration and migration a major challenge and vowed to increase global aid for the needs of refugees and displaced people.同样,七国集团称大规模移民是一个重大挑战,并誓言对难民和流离失所的人增加国际援助。Referring to Britain’s EU referendum, the G7 said a Brexit “would be a serious risk to global growth.”提及英国欧盟公投,七国集团表示,英国退欧“将是全球经济增长的一个重要风险。”With the G7 adding its name to the list of international organisations that want Britain to remain inside the European Union, it’s clear which way global policy makers want June’s referendum to go. What’s less clear – at least publicly – is what their plan B is, if British voters do decide to walk away from the EU.随着七国集团加入国际组织名单希望英国留在欧盟,很明显知道全球政策制定者希望六月公投的去向。至少公开场合尚不清楚他们的备选方案是什么,如果英国选民决定离开欧盟。译文属。 /201605/446288When I was 14 years old, I was interested in science -- fascinated by it, excited to learn about it.十四岁的时候,我对科学产生了兴趣,我痴迷于科学,乐此不疲的学习它。And I had a high school science teacher who would say to the class,可我的高中科学老师却对我们班级说:;The girls dont have to listen to this.; Encouraging, yes.“女孩子们不需要学这个。”真是鼓舞人心。I chose not to listen -- but to that statement alone.我选择不听他的那一句话。So let me take you to the Andes mountains in Chile, 500 kilometers, 300 miles northeast of Santiago.接下来让我带你们看一看位于智利的安第斯山脉,它位于圣地亚哥东北部,绵延上千里。Its very remote, its very dry and its very beautiful. And theres not much there.它地处偏远,干涸贫瘠,但却美艳动人。那里人迹罕至There are condors, there are tarantulas, and at night, when the light dims,唯秃鹰与狼蛛相伴。每当入夜,日息之时,it reveals one of the darkest skies on Earth. Its kind of a magic place, the mountain.这里便会出现地球上最暗的天幕之一。这山便仿佛成为魔法之地。Its a wonderful combination of very remote mountaintop with exquisitely sophisticated technology.这里简直就是一块遥远山顶与望远镜技术相结合的宝地And our ancestors, for as long as theres been recorded history,有史以来,我们的祖先就早已经开始仰望星空,have looked at the night sky and pondered the nature of our existence. And were no exception, our generation.思考人类存在的意义。而我们这一辈人,也不例外。The only difficulty is that the night sky now is blocked by the glare of city lights.而唯一的困难在于现在的夜空都被耀眼的城市之光给挡住了。And so astronomers go to these very remote mountaintops to view and to study the cosmos.于是天文学家们纷纷去往偏远的高山之巅,以观察和探索宇宙的奥秘。So telescopes are our window to the cosmos.所以说,望远镜是我们的宇宙探索之窗。Its no exaggeration to say that the Southern Hemisphere is going to be the future of astronomy for the 21st century.毫不夸张地说,南半球将会成为21世纪天文学的要冲。We have an array of existing telescopes aly, in the Andes mountains in Chile,在智利安第斯山脉,我们已经部署了一组望远镜部队。and thats soon to be joined by a really sensational array of new capability.而且很快,它们将与拥有超高性能的设备构架成一体。There will be two international groups that are going to be building giant telescopes,未来将有两个跨国集团会在此建造大型的望远镜群,sensitive to optical radiation, as our eyes are.它们可如人眼一般对光辐射敏感。There will be a survey telescope that will be scanning the sky every few nights.未来会有一个巡天望远镜,每隔几个晚上,它便会扫描夜空。There will be radio telescopes, sensitive to long-wavelength radio radiation.我们还将有无线电天文望远镜,其可探测到长波无线电辐射。And then there will be telescopes in space. Therell be a successor to the Hubble Space Telescope;然后还有太空望远镜。未来将有一个哈勃太空望远镜的后继者,its called the James Webb Telescope, and it will be launched in 2018.我们叫它詹姆斯·韦伯望远镜,它将于2018年发射。Therell be a satellite called TESS that will discover planets outside of our solar system.我们还将发射一颗命名为TESS的卫星,它将用于探索太阳系外的行星。For the last decade, Ive been leading a group -- a consortium -- international group,在过去十年里,我领导了一个团队,其实是一个国际财团,to build what will be, when its finished, the largest optical telescope in existence.建造了一个即将会成为历史上最大的光学望远镜。Its called the Giant Magellan Telescope, or GMT.它叫巨型麦哲伦望远镜,GMT。This telescope is going to have mirrors that are 8.4 meters in diameter -- each of the mirrors.这个望远镜将有直径长达8.4米的镜片组,每片镜子都这么大。Thats almost 27 feet. So it dwarfs this stage -- maybe out to the fourth row in this audience.大概27英尺左右。它比这个舞台还要大,大概要到观众席第四排的样子。Each of the seven mirrors in this telescope will be almost 27 feet in diameter.这个望远镜的所有七片镜子,每一片的直径都将达到27英尺。Together, the seven mirrors in this telescope will comprise 80 feet in diameter.七片镜子组合到一起,将使这个望远镜的直径达到80英尺(24米)。So, essentially the size of this entire auditorium.所以,它的整体大小相当于这整个讲堂。The whole telescope will stand about 43 meters high, and again, being in Rio,整个望远镜将有43米高。再形象点说,在里约的话,some of you have been to see the statue of the giant Christ.你们一定见过那个巨型基督像。The scale is comparable in height; in fact, its smaller than this telescope will be.它大概跟这个望远镜差不多高吧。事实上,它将比望远镜稍矮一点。Its comparable to the size of the Statue of Liberty.而望远镜的大小跟自由女神像差不多。And its going to be housed in an enclosure thats 22 stories -- 60 meters high.然后它将被包围在一个有22层楼高的外壳内,其可达60米高。But its an unusual building to protect this telescope.但这个用来保护望远镜的房子比较特别,It will have open windows to the sky, be able to point and look at the sky,为了能够观察和对准天空,它将有开放式的天窗,and it will actually rotate on a base -- 2,000 tons of rotating building.同时这个望远镜将能够旋转观测,其旋转基底重达2000吨。The Giant Magellan Telescope will have 10 times the resolution of the Hubble Space Telescope.巨型麦哲伦望远镜的分辨率将比哈勃空间望远镜强十倍。It will be 20 million times more sensitive than the human eye.其灵敏度是人眼的2000万倍。And it may, for the first time ever, be capable of finding life on planets outside of our solar system.并且它将可能发现太阳系外的行星生命,这将是人类有史以来的第一次。Its going to allow us to look back at the first light in the universe -- literally, the dawn of the cosmos. The cosmic dawn.它将使我们观测到宇宙的第一道光,正如字面意义所说,就是宇宙的曙光,宇宙之初。Its a telescope thats going to allow us to peer back,这个望远镜能让我们回望宇宙,witness galaxies as they were when they were actually assembling,让我们见星系衍生的过程,the first black holes in the universe, the first galaxies.看到第一个黑洞和第一个星系。Now, for thousands of years, we have been studying the cosmos, weve been wondering about our place in the universe.到现在为止,我们研究宇宙已经有好几千年了,我们一直想知道我们位于宇宙何方。The ancient Greeks told us that the Earth was the center of the universe.古希腊人曾说,地球是宇宙的中心。Five hundred years ago, Copernicus displaced the Earth, and put the Sun at the heart of the cosmos.五百多年前,哥白尼推翻了它,而视太阳为宇宙的中心。And as weve learned over the centuries, since Galileo Galilei, the Italian scientist,然后随着几个世纪的研究,自从意大利科学家伽利略first turned, in that time, a two-inch, very small telescope, to the sky,开始从他第一次把一个直径两英寸的小型望远镜指向天空开始,every time we have built larger telescopes, we have learned something about the universe;每当我们造出更大的望远镜,我们就对宇宙多了解一分,weve made discoveries, without exception.无一例外,我们都有新发现。Weve learned in the 20th century that the universe is expanding20世纪的时候,我们发现宇宙在膨胀,and that our own solar system is not at the center of that expansion.并发现我们的太阳系并不处于膨胀中心。We know now that the universe is made of about 100 billion galaxies that are visible to us,现在我们知道了宇宙有大约1000亿个星系,这仅仅是我们可探测到的。and each one of those galaxies has 100 billion stars within it.而每一个星系中都有约1000亿颗恒星。So were looking now at the deepest image of the cosmos thats ever been taken.我们正在看的是目前为止拍摄到的最远的宇宙照片。It was taken using the Hubble Space Telescope,这是用哈勃望远镜拍下的,and by pointing the telescope at what was previously a blank region of sky, before the launch of Hubble.拍摄当时把它指向了在它发射之前太空中的一块空白区。And if you can imagine this tiny area, its only one-fiftieth of the size of the full moon.然后你可以想象一下它的面积,它只有满月的五十分之一的大小。So, if you can imagine the full moon. And there are now 10,000 galaxies visible within that image.如果你能想象出满月的话,而在那张影像里可观测到的星系就有一万个。And the faintness of those images and the tiny size而他们看起来那么微弱渺小is only a result of the fact that those galaxies are so far away, the vast distances.只是因为这些星系离我们太远太远了。And each of those galaxies may contain within it a few billion or even hundreds of billions of individual stars.然后在每一个星系里,都有数十亿甚至上千亿颗恒星。Telescopes are like time machines. So the farther back we look in space, the further back we see in time.望远镜就像时光机器一样。我们在太空里看得有多远,就是多遥远的过去。And theyre like light buckets -- literally, they collect light.它们也像是光篮子一样,意思是,它们搜集光。So larger the bucket, the larger the mirror we have, the more light we can see, and the farther back we can view.越大的镜片就相当于越大的篮子,就有越多的光被我们采集到,然后看到越远的过去。So, weve learned in the last century that there are exotic objects in the universe -- black holes.接着,我们在上个世纪发现了宇宙中有种奇异的东西--黑洞。Weve even learned that theres dark matter and dark energy that we cant see.我们也得知了暗物质和暗能量的存在,这些东西是肉眼不可见。So youre looking now at an actual image of dark matter.所以,你们现在正在看的就是一团暗物质。You got it. Not all audiences get that.你们懂的。不是所有的听众都懂这点哦。So the way we infer the presence of dark matter -- we cant see it -- but theres an unmistakable tug, due to gravity.所以,尽管暗物质不可见,我们还是通过重力作用产生的显而易见的拖曳发现了它们。We now can look out, we see this sea of galaxies in a universe thats expanding.再看看别的,这是位于一个膨胀宇宙中的星际海洋。What I do myself is to measure the expansion of the universe,我所做的是观测记录宇宙的膨胀。and one of the projects that I carried out in the 1990s在上世纪90年代我所带领的项目中,used the Hubble Space Telescope to measure how fast the universe is expanding.有一项就是通过哈勃望远镜来测量宇宙膨胀速度。We can now trace back to 14 billion years.我们现在可以追溯回140亿年前了。Weve learned over time that stars have individual histories;随着研究的进展,我们也看到了恒星们的历史。that is, they have birth, they have middle ages and some of them even have dramatic deaths.它们有出生之时,它们有中年之境,甚至它们中的一些还有如戏剧般的死亡。So the embers from those stars actually then form the new stars that we see,而这些死去的恒星留下的余烬也形成了我们现在看到的新恒星,most of which turn out to have planets going around them.它们中的大多数也都有绕其而转的行星。And one of the really surprising results in the last 20 years过去20年里,最令人惊讶的成果之一就是has been the discovery of other planets going around other stars. These are called exoplanets.其他恒星系中绕日行星的发现。它们被称为外星行星。And until 1995, we didnt even know the existence of any other planets, other than going around our own sun.一直到1995年,我们才知道除了我们太阳系以外,还有其他行星的存在。But now, there are almost 2,000 other planets orbiting other stars that we can now detect, measure masses for.而现在,有将近两千颗外星行星被我们找到,还测量出了它们的质量。There are 500 of those that are multiple-planet systems.其中有500颗还是多行星系统。And there are 4,000 -- and still counting -- other candidates for planets orbiting other stars.有待确定的外星行星还有四千多颗,并且数目还在增长。They come in a bewildering variety of different kinds.它们的种类繁多。There are Jupiter-like planets that are hot, there are other planets that are icy,有些炽热的行星有木星那么大,有一些就像冰球,there are water worlds and there are rocky planets like the Earth, so-called ;super-Earths,;有一些行星充满了水,有一些岩态行星如地球一样,如所谓的“超级地球”,and there have even been planets that have been speculated diamond worlds.还有一些被推测为钻石世界的行星。So we know theres at least one planet, our own Earth, in which there is life.所以我们认识到至少会有一个像我们地球一样的行星,存在着生命。Weve even found planets that are orbiting two stars. Thats no longer the province of science fiction.我们甚至发现了绕着两个恒星公转的行星。它们已不再只是科幻小说的内容了。So around our own planet, we know theres life, weve developed a complex life, we now can question our own origins.接着回到我们地球,这里有着生命,也发展出了复杂的生命结构,所以我们现在可以思考自己的起源。And given all that weve discovered, the overwhelming numbers now suggest that there may be millions, perhaps考虑到我们所有的探索发现,铺天盖地的数据指出,可能有着近百万,maybe even hundreds of millions -- of other that are close enough甚至近亿万的行星,它们离自己的恒星足够近,just the right distance from their stars that theyre orbiting近到拥有恰当的公转距离,to have the existence of liquid water and maybe could potentially support life.以至于拥有了水的存在从而也许可以持生命的存在。So we marvel now at those odds, the overwhelming odds, and the amazing thing is that within the next decade,所以我们感到惊诧,惊诧这些惊人的奇迹,同时令人惊诧的是在未来十年里,the GMT may be able to take spectra of the atmospheres of those planets,GMT或能够拍到这些行星大气表面的光谱,and determine whether or not they have the potential for life.从而确定他们是否有潜在的生命。So, what is the GMT project? Its an international project.那么,什么是GMT项目呢?这是一个国际项目工程。It includes Australia, South Korea, and Im happy to say, being here in Rio, that the newest partner in our telescope is Brazil.参与的国家有澳大利亚,韩国,并且在这里,在里约,我很高兴向大家介绍我们的新成员是巴西。It also includes a number of institutions across the ed States,参与项目的还有一些美国的机构,including Harvard University, the Smithsonian and the Carnegie Institutions,包括有哈佛大学、史密森学会和卡内基学院、and the Universities of Arizona, Chicago, Texas-Austin and Texas Aamp;M University. It also involves Chile.还有亚利桑那州大学、芝加哥大学、德州大学奥斯丁分校和德州农工大学。智利同时也参与其中。So, the making of the mirrors in this telescope is also fascinating in its own right.而望远镜的镜片制造本身就很令人着迷。Take chunks of glass, melt them in a furnace that is itself rotating.取一大块的玻璃,置于一个旋转着的熔炉中熔融。This happens underneath the football stadium at the University of Arizona.这是在亚利桑那州大学橄榄球球场之下进行的。Its tucked away under 52,000 seats. Nobody know its happening.它隐藏在五万两千张椅子之下,没人知道它的存在。And theres essentially a rotating cauldron.那本来就有一个旋转式大锅。The mirrors are cast and theyre cooled very slowly, and then theyre polished to an exquisite precision.镜片被浇铸并缓慢冷却,然后极其精细地打磨。And so, if you think about the precision of these mirrors, the bumps on the mirror,你可以想象一下镜子的打磨程度,over the entire 27 feet, amount to less than one-millionth of an inch.整个直径27英尺的镜子,隆起总计不超过百万分之一英寸。So, can you visualize that? Ow!所以,你能想象到么那个样子么?噢!Thats one five-thousandths of the width of one of my hairs, over this entire 27 feet.看我的头发,在27英尺的镜片上它只有我的头发粗细的千分之五。Its a spectacular achievement. Its what allows us to have the precision that we will have.这是个惊人的成果。它让我们得以获得我们想要的精度。So, what does that precision buy us?那么,这样的精度会给我们带来什么呢?So the GMT, if you can imagine -- if I were to hold up a coin, which I just happen to have,用GMT的话,你们可以想象一下,如果我举起这枚我刚才碰巧得到的硬币,and I look at the face of that coin, I can see from here the writing on the coin; I can see the face on that coin.我从这个距离看它上面的人脸,我可以看清上面的文字以及肖像。My guess that even in the front row, you cant see that.但我猜即使坐在前排,你们也无法看清这些。But if we were to turn the Giant Magellan Telescope, all 80-feet diameter that we see in this auditorium,但如果我用GMT来看的话,我们在这会堂里用直径80英尺的GMT,and point it 200 miles away, if I were standing in Sao Paulo, we could resolve the face of this coin.把它对准200英里以外,如果我站在圣保罗,大家也依旧可以看清这枚硬币。Thats the extraordinary resolution and power of this telescope. And if we were...这就是这个望远镜极其非凡的分辨力和能力,如果我们...If an astronaut went up to the Moon, a quarter of a million miles away, and lit a candle -- a single candle如果一个宇航员去到月球,离这里25万英里开外,然后点起一根蜡烛,就单独一根蜡烛,then we would be able to detect it, using the GMT. Quite extraordinary.我们用GMT也能够发现它。极其非凡的能力。This is a simulated image of a cluster in a nearby galaxy. ;Nearby; is astronomical, its all relative.这有一张图,这是一个临近星系的一个星团的模拟图像,这个“临近”是天文学概念,相对的概念。Its tens of millions of light-years away. This is what this cluster would look like.其实这离我们有上千万光年之远。这是这个星团的大概样子,So look at those four bright objects, and now lets compare it with a camera on the Hubble Space Telescope.看这四个明亮的物体,现在让我们拿哈勃望远镜上的照相机做一下对比。You can see faint detail that starts to come through.你可以看到模糊的细节,一些行星都显现出来了。And now finally -- and look how dramatic this is -- this is what the GMT will see.最后看这个,看这图有多动人,这是用GMT将能看到的样子。So, keep your eyes on those bright images again.再注意看那几个亮点。This is what we see on one of the most powerful existing telescopes on the Earth,这张是用现有的地球上最强大的望远镜看到的,and this, again, what the GMT will see. Extraordinary precision.然后,这是GMT将能看到的。及其非凡的精准度。So, where are we? We have now leveled the top of the mountaintop in Chile.那么,我们进行到哪一步了呢?我们现在已经把智利的山顶弄平了,We blasted that off. Weve tested and polished the first mirror.我们炸平了它。我们已经调式并抛光好了第一面镜片。Weve cast the second and the third mirrors. And were about to cast the fourth mirror.我们已经浇铸好了第二和第三面镜片。然后我们即将开始浇铸第四面镜片。We had a series of reviews this year, international panels that came in and reviewed us,今年我们做了一系列的审核,国际座谈小组也已经来过并审核通过了我们,and said, ;Youre y to go to construction.;他们说:“你们已经能够开始建造工作了。”And so we plan on building this telescope with the first four mirrors.所以我们在计划用前四面镜片建造起这个望远镜。We want to get on the air quickly, and be taking science data -- what we astronomers call ;first light,; in 2021.我们想尽早完工以能够开始搜集科学数据,即我们天文学家所谓的“第一束光”,预计在2021年实现。And the full telescope will be finished in the middle of the next decade, with all seven mirrors.整个望远镜的组建将在十年的中期完工,七面镜片将悉数完工。So were now poised to look back at the distant universe, the cosmic dawn.我们平复一下看回到遥远的宇宙去,看看宇宙之初。Well be able to study other planets in exquisite detail.我们将能够很详尽地研究其他的行星。But for me, one of the most exciting things about building the GMT is但对我而言,最令人激动的关于建造GMT的事情之一,the opportunity to actually discover something that we dont know about莫过于探索事物的机会,探索那些我们不知道的,that we cant even imagine at this point, something completely new.甚至我们根本无法想象的东西,那些全新的世界。And my hope is that with the construction of this and other facilities,而我的希望是通过这些望远镜等设备的帮助,that many young women and men will be inspired to reach for the stars. Thank you very much. Obrigado.年轻人们可以受到鼓舞而去探索那些星星。十分感谢。谢谢!Thank you, Wendy. Stay with me, because I have a question for you. You mentioned different facilities.谢谢你,Wendy!稍等一下,我有一些问题想请教你。你提到了那些不同的设施。So the Magellan Telescope is going up, but also ALMA and others in Chile and elsewhere, including in Hawaii.所以说麦哲伦望远镜正在阿尔玛、智利、以及夏威夷等地方建造着。Is it about cooperation and complementarity, or about competition?它们会涉及合作、互补、或者竞争吗?I know theres competition in terms of funding, but what about the science?我知道有关于经费的竞争,那关于科学方面的内容呢?In terms of the science, theyre very complementary.关于科学方面,他们是完全互补互助的。The telescopes that are in space, the telescopes on the ground,不论是空间望远镜、接地望远镜、telescopes with different wavelength capability, telescopes even that are similar, but different instruments探测不同波长的望远镜、以及相似但却有不同设备的望远镜,they will all look at different parts of the questions that were asking.它们能够从不同的角度探究我们共同的问题。So when we discover other planets, well be able to test those observations,所以当我们探索其他行星的时候,我们就能够检验不同的观察报告,well be able to measure the atmospheres, be able to look in space with very high resolution.我们将能够测量大气状况、能够在观测太空时得到很高的分辨率。So, theyre very complementary. Youre right about the funding, we compete; but scientifically, its very complementary.所以说,他们是完全互补互助的。关于资金方面,你说的对,我们有竞争,但从科学方面讲,却是完全互补的。Wendy, thank you very much for coming to TEDGlobal. Thank you.Wendy,十分感谢你能来TEDGlobal。也谢谢你们!201706/515120As we know, the Superme Court decision on Friday in favour大家都知道 最高法院周五通过了of sex marriage. It s a controvert to some people just unlike it, they don t believe in it.同性婚姻合法的提案了 有些人 不喜欢 不相信They dont think its right.他们觉得这是错误的One of the most common arguments you hear is how do I explain this to my kids.我们最常见的一个争议话题就是 我要怎么跟我的孩子解释呢And its a good question at the very least its a fair question.这是个很好的问题 也是个很公正的问题You wonder if children are sophisticated enough to wrap their hands around, something like this你想知道孩子是否足够成熟 能理解这种事情So we went on the streets here to ask the kids what they think and what they know and于是 我们去了街头 问问看孩子 对于同性婚姻的了解和想法And here they are, kids share their thoughts on same sex marriage.下面就是采访内容 孩子们对于 同性婚姻的看法Could you tell me what gay marriage is?你能说说什么是同性婚姻吗Its one... two men and two women get married.就是 两个男性和两个女性结婚Its so its one four people get married? No...所以是四个人结婚吗不是啦Could you tell us what gay marriage is? I know nothing about that.你能告诉我们 什么是同性婚姻吗 这个我可不知道You dont know anything about it? Why you would anyone want to get married?你不知道这个啊 你觉得人们为什么要结婚Em...Because they love each other and they just feel a connection? Believe?因为他们相爱了 彼此吸引Do you think its a good thing? Yeah. Do you know what makes somebody gay?你觉得这是好事吗是的 你知道为什么有人是同志吗知道 为什么呢I got broken leg. No. When should two people get married? End at the afternoon?我腿摔断了 你说错啦 你觉得两个人什么时候应该结婚 下午结婚Its a good time to get married. Do you know what marriage is?确实是个结婚的好时间 你知道婚姻是啥吗知道What is it? Its one husband and wife get married. What is a gay marriage is?是什么呢 就是丈夫和妻子结婚 那你觉得同性婚姻是什么啊When a boy and boy get marriage and a girl and girl get marrige.两个男生或者两个女生结婚Oh, you are right, do you think thats very hard to understand?你说的没错啊 你觉得这样会很难理解吗For some kids. But not for you? No, not really.有些孩子是很难理解吧 但你不是对 我还好Do you think any body should be on to get married?你觉得每个人都该有结婚的权利吗If shes old enough. Ah, very wise! Do you want to get married?只要他年纪足够大就行 非常明智啊 你想结婚吗Yes. When? When I am thirty.想啊什么时候结呢 等我30了吧Why do you think they want to get married? Because they are pregnant.为什么人们想结婚呢 因为怀了Because they are pregnant? Could you tell us what gay marriage is?因为她们怀了啊 你能告诉我们 同性婚姻是什么吗Em...one boy marrige in another boy.呃 就是男生和男生结婚Ok, and could be one girl makes her marrige with another girl? Oh, no.好吧 那不可以是女生跟女生吗 呃 不行Just a boy meeting in another boy?只能是男生和男生啊 对Wow, what would be called if a girl married another girl? Lesbianism. Wow...呃 那 要是女生和女生结婚了 那叫什么呢 拉拉关系 哈哈哈哈Do you think anybody should be on be married if they want to?你觉得每个人都该有想结婚就结婚的权利吗Yes! Em..How come? All because if they want to, they should be able to.是的 为什么呢 就是因为 如果他们愿意结婚 就应该有权利去结婚Would you wanna get married? Em..not really. How come?你以后想结婚吗呃 并不太想 怎么不想呢Because em..when you get married em...因为 你要是结婚了the other person is entitle to any money on the other person has.对方就能随便花你的钱了So its a financial issue for you? Yeah. Hey, he is visionally conservative.所以 对你来说就是财产问题不想结婚对 这个孩子还真是财产保护主义者啊I am Jimmy Kimmel, thanks for watching, if youd like to see more, click bellow just to subscribe our Youtube channel.我是吉米·坎莫尔 如果喜欢 请订阅我们的油管频道And if not, do nothing at all.不喜欢 就算了 啥也别干201707/515960

(Woman)You know, you gentlemen are up there,(女士)你们这些绅士就在那里do you think women can be the same as you guys你们认为女人能够像你们男士一样sitting up there, saying things the same way and be accepted in the same way?坐在那里用同样的方式说话,而且以同样的方式被接受吗?No. And I think that sucks but Ive thought about this a lot.不能,我觉得这是件糟糕的事,但我也想过这个问题Ive thought about this a crap load.我想这是一堆废话I invested in Birchbox. I wrote the first check into that company我曾经投资过Birchbox,我的第一张票就给了这家公司and I sat in the pitch in Starbucks and said yes in 12 minutes.当时我坐在星巴克的帐篷下,12分钟内就答应了投资And they got super pumped and emotional in a good way.她们在触碰人心和打感情牌上很厉害Not in a cliché bullshit like women way just like pumped.不是用女人的陈词滥调的欺骗方式而是慢慢感染你And I asked them I was like I couldnt put my finger on it我告诉他们,那种感觉说不清道不明and theyre like, ;Weve gotten 60 nos in a row, youre our first yes.;她们当时说“我们已经连续被拒绝60次了,你是第一个同意投资的人”And I was cool and I didnt really think much of it.我当时很冷静,并且没有想太多It was the nicest day, early in the spring, it was the nicest day of the year four years ago.那是早春中最好的一天,也是四年前最美好的一天The first nice day, you know that awesome day that第一个美好的一天,真的很棒we love so much in New York.而且我们非常喜欢纽约So I was like Im gonna walk home cause所以当时我决定要走回家I was kinda in midtown, I was going to Upper East Side.我当时大概在市中心,准备去上东区Somewhere around eight blocks in I was like,距离那里大约8个街区;Huh. I really wonder that idea was so obvious;哈,我当时脑子里的那个想法如此清晰;;I really wonder if those were two dudes would they get 11 yess instead of one?;我想如果她们是两个小伙子的话,她们是不是会得到11个yes而不只有1个?;You have to understand, and this is not even close,你必须得理解,但这还不确切my mom, my wife and my first-born daughter are my life. Right?我的妈妈、妻子和女儿是我的全部,不是吗?I love my bro and my dad and all this but that is my world我也很爱我的兄弟和父亲,还有其他一切,但她们才是我的世界and I, if God, you know I actually dont care而且你知道,事实上我不介意if my daughter, god willing, would want to be a big time entrepreneur and CEO我的女儿想当一个大时代的企业家和CEOI would want her to dominate the world我会希望她能够统治这个世界and I think that people want to look at the world我认为人们总是习惯through rosy glasses or very cynical glasses.以有色眼镜或讽刺的眼光来看世界And I think the answer is always in-between.但我觉得是在这两者之间Theres a million women entrepreneurs or storytellers that are killing it. Right?世界上有上百万的女性企业家或者小说作家在消除这种误解,不是吗?We have to recognize that the way the market consumes我们必须意识到市场区分人们的方式people is different based on if theyre a woman,是以女人为标准的if theyre African-American, if theyre Muslim-American, just a million.又或者是根据是否是非洲裔美国人或穆斯林教的美国人等等How about pretty?如果是漂亮的人呢?How about just being pretty? Versus not being as pretty. Right?如果只是漂亮的话会怎么样呢?和不漂亮的人相比又会怎么样呢?对吧?Theres a million variables in play and I think its insane.这其中有太多的变量了,并且我觉得这是很愚蠢的I come from the Soviet Union.我来自苏维埃同盟Right? Where everything being the same is the game.对吧?只有在游戏中才会平等Its just not real. Right?但那不是真实的,不是吗?By the way, it doesnt mean that its worse,顺便说一下 这并不意味着更糟糕了it doesnt mean that its worse at all.这一点都不意味着这更糟糕了It just means that its different. So is it the same?这只是意味着它是不同的,所以它是相同的吗?No, its not the same. Cause everybodys gonna consume it differently.不,这不是相同的,因为每个人在以不同的方式消耗生命Its also not the same for each,对每个人来说也不是相同的youre an African-American woman你是一个非洲裔美国女人the way that youre consuming me is different than those two Russian guys over there你消费我的方式和那两个俄罗斯人的方式不一样who have a connection point with me thats different.他们和我有着相关却不同的点I think this whole notion of like……is it the same我想这个整体的概念就像…它是相同的吗?of course its not. Its a silly question.当然不是,这是个愚蠢的问题I think whats more important is我觉得更重要的是Im a big believer of betting on your strengths and I spoke to it earlier.我坚信这都依赖于你的能力,这是我早前提过的Again, I won the lotto completely.再说一下 我在乐透中大获全胜White male in America and born in the Soviet Union. I won triple big.在出生于苏维埃和美国的白人男子中,我的钱翻了三倍I think that we have to understand how things work.我觉得我们必须理解事情是怎么发生的But Ill tell you that, how about this但是我要告诉你,比如Casey and I did a together the other day凯西和我有一天一起做了一个视频Caseys fanbase hated me凯西的粉丝群会讨厌我as a net score because I talked over him during the show.把我看成眼中钉,因为我在节目中说了他Cause I get hyper and this and that.因为我得到了宣传,还有其他一些原因And I went into my own channel and had to apologize然后我必须去我自己的频道to like 500 people that came over from Caseys world向那些从凯西的频道中来的500多个人道歉and said, ;GaryVee, fuck you. You suck shit.;并且他们说着 “格里,你个混蛋”Need to spend less time of what we cant be and我们应该在无法完成的事情上少花一点儿时间we need to spend more time on what we can be.同时多花一点时间做到自己的极限201705/511650

TED演讲视频:想要革新吗? 做一个现在主义者来自MIT媒体实验室的伊藤城与我们分享他的新理念:与其试图预测未来,不如关注当下,不用去理会你的理念是否正确,也不要等待许可和认同,快速的制造和稳定的提高。这种由下至上的创新理念看似迷人,在这个关注未来的社会里,更多的人开始警觉并注意到自己身边发生的事。别做一个未来主义者,活在当下。201703/495665North Korea’s leader has reportedly said the country will not use nuclear weapons unless its sovereignty is infringed by others.据报道,朝鲜领导人称不会使用核武器,除非其主权遭到他人侵犯。According to state media, Kim Jong Un told the ruling party’s first congress since 1980 that Pyongyang was willing to normalise ties with states that had been hostile to it.据官方媒体报道,自1980年以来执政党首次召开代表大会,金正恩表示平壤愿意与敌视国家恢复常态关系。The isolated communist country has made similar statements in the past, and the comments are being treated with scepticism.过去,这个孤立的共产主义国家也做过类似的陈述,这些遭到怀疑。The reports ed the leader as saying he would work towards nonproliferation and global stability.报道援引领导人所说,称他将努力防止核武器扩散并维护全球稳定。But there are reports that North Korea may be preparing another nuclear test.但有报道称朝鲜可能正准备进行另一次核试验。A previous test and satellite launch earlier this year earned it tougher UN sanctions, which in turn brought more belligerent threats from the North.此前的试验和卫星发射遭到了联合国的严厉制裁,相反引来了朝鲜更多的战争威胁。State media said Kim Jong Un also set out a five-year plan to boost economic growth,But there has been little reform so far in the country since he came to power.国家媒体称,金正恩还制定了一个5年计划来促进经济增长,但自其上台以来,迄今为止朝鲜几乎没有作出改革。Foreign journalists were kept away from the congress despite having been invited to North Korea to cover it.尽管国外记者受到邀请来报道,但都不能进入大会现场。译文属。 /201605/442484栏目简介:《趣味青春英语视频》是外语网络电台的精品节目,通过大讲堂的网络课堂形式,能够帮助英语学习者积累一些英语背景知识,并通过互动的教学形式,帮助有效记忆英语知识。本栏目是学习趣味青春英语的好材料。201605/431399

So when Mary was told she was to be executed the next morning,当一个啜泣着的苏格兰人告诉玛丽by a weeping Scottish courtier,she told him to be joyful instead,她将于翌日清晨被处决时 她对他说要振作起来For the end of Mary Stuarts trouble, She said,Is now done.玛丽·斯图亚特的烦恼 她说道 现在结束了Carry this message from me and tell my friends that I died a true woman to my religion帮我传达这条讯息 告诉我的朋友们 我虽难逃一死 但我未背叛宗教and like a true Scottish woman and a true French woman.我是一个苏格兰女人 我是一个法国女人When she undressed for the executioner,当她为行刑之时更衣时the demure black gown fell away to reveal a crimson petticoat,她褪去了端庄的黑色长袍 露出了深红色的衬裙the blood-red hue of the martyr.那种象征着殉道者的血红色Marys eyes were bound with a white silk handkerchief,embroidered with gold,玛丽的双眼被白色的丝质手绢蒙着 手绢上镶着金边and she lay with such utter stillness on the block that it actually unnerved the executioner.她如此镇定地躺在石板上 这让刽子手焦躁不安His first blow cut deep into the back of her head,他抡起斧子 第一下深深砍到了她的后脑the second severed it but for a hanging th of flesh.第二下砍掉了脑袋 但是却连着一些血肉Even now, Mary contrived to remain centre stage.就在这时 玛丽仍吸引着人们的目光For 15 minutes after the last blow of the axe,最后一斧砍下后的十五分钟内the lips on her severed head, so witnesses reported,她被砍下的头颅的嘴唇 目击者这样描述continued to move as if in silent prayer.一直在说着什么好似默默祷告 /201606/448995TED演讲集 那些匪夷所思的新奇思想201610/469985John Rockefeller will outlive Carnegie by thirteen years.约翰·洛克菲勒比卡内基多活了十三年That time--and his greater worth--allows him to give away more money than Carnegie Is ever able to.这多余的时间加上他的钱也更多 所以他捐的钱比卡内基的还要多Throughout his life Rockefeller has donated millions-- to his church and numerous universities.洛克菲勒一生共计捐赠了数百万给他的教堂以及众多大学At the age of seventy-three, he creates the Rockefeller foundation with a personal endowment of one hundred million dollars--the equivalent of thirty-eight billion today.他七十三岁时创建了洛克菲勒基金 个人捐款高达一亿美元 相当于今天的三百八十亿That money will go on to advance public health around the world for decades.这些钱几十年来都将用于推进 世界各地的公共卫生事业My great-grandfather, he went full bore into philanthropy. Whether that was a duty under a sort of a Baptist stricture, or whether it just came pouring out of him, Im just not sure. But it doesnt make any difference, he did it.我的曾祖父全力投身于慈善事业 是出于浸信会的义务 还是兴之所至 我也不清楚 但这不重要 重要的是他做了John Rockefeller will live to be ninety-seven years old and gives away more five hundred and thirty million dollars in his lifetime.约翰·洛克菲勒活到了九十七岁 一生捐出了五点三亿多美元Gifts that, today, would total over one hundred billion.总额相当于今天的一千亿I look at Carnegie, I look at what Rockefeller did and I revere these people--for the second half of their lives-- and they certainly are, theyre inspirations to people who have managed to be able to accumulate some wealth and want to be able to say, you know what, I now want to help others.看了卡内基还有洛克菲勒的作为 我尊敬他们 他们的后半生更是如此 对于那些积累了一些财富的人是一种启迪 他们会想 其实呢 我现在想帮助别人201608/457591

原味人文风情:One day...有一天……One day...有一天……One day...有一天……One day I will live in the Queens castle.有一天我会住在女王的城堡里。One day Ill open my own lab.有一天我会开自己的实验室。One day I will have a restaurant with my son.有一天我会和儿子开一间餐厅。One day I will visit all the libraries in the world.有一天我会拜访世界上所有图书馆。One day Ill go to work and be judged on my abilities, not my appearance.有一天我会去工作然后被看到能力,而非外表。One day we will see every girl in school.有一天我们会在学校里看见每个女孩。One day I will give a voice to those who cant speak.有一天我会给那些不能发声的人一个声音。One day I will run my own music management company.有一天我会经营自己的音乐经纪公司。One day I will make women everywhere more financially confident.有一天我会让各地的女人经济上更有自信。One day I will understand how our brain works.有一天我会弄懂大脑是怎么运作的。One day I will discuss the environment with Pope Francis.有一天我会和教宗方济各讨论环境。One day...有一天……One day...有一天……One day...有一天……One day I will empower women through my s.有一天我会透过我的影片让女性更自主。One day I will live in a world where women become the queens they truly are.有一天我会住在一个女性成为真正女王的世界。Google # One Day I WillGoogle #有一天我会201605/446542Justin has vowed to be here every week as long as he possibly-- is in town,贾斯汀发誓每个星期都会来这 只要他可以在这个小镇上so--so youll be here every week.所以所以每个星期你都会来这And--cause the last time you were here, we pranked some people in the bathroom.并且因为上次来这里的时候 我们在浴室里捉弄了一些人We surprised some women and scared them, and it was really fun. Yeah.我们使一些女人感到惊奇吓唬她们 那的确是很有趣 是的And so now, this is something you do on your own. What do you do?现在 你要做一些你自己可以做的事 你要做什么?I just love doing prank phone calls with my friends.我喜欢对我朋友玩电话恶作剧Its, like, probably top five favorite things to do, so...这个 像 大概是我最喜欢做的前五件事情 所以……Youre just sitting around, and you just call people.你只是坐着 然后给别人打电话Do you ever tell them its you? No. No. No.你以前告诉过她们你是谁吗?没有 没有 没有I just let it play on. Okay, so make sure-- if you get a prank phone call, dont hang up.我只是玩玩 好吧,所以确保--你如果接到了一个恶作剧电话 不要挂断It could be Justin. You dont know. Dont just hang up.他可能是贾斯汀打的 你只是不知道 不要挂断电话All right, so were gonna prank somebody now that we know is a big fan of yours.好的 所以我们现在开始来恶作剧别人 是我们知道的你一个狂热粉丝Lets do it. And she actually-- she goes to college,让我们开始 她实际上她是大学生schedules her classes around watching my show, so she is a fan of mine and yours.她除了上课以为就是在看我的节目了 所以她是我和你的粉丝And what are you gonna do? What are you gonna say?你将要做什么?我要说些什么?So I was thinking, cause she goes to UMass-- I got these notes here.让我想想 “因为她在马塞诸塞州大学上课”--我这里有一些笔记She is a really good student, so I think we should scare her她是一个很好的学生 所以我认为我们应该吓吓她saying that we got her grades, and theyre not doing too well. Okay.说我们得到了她的成绩 她的成绩不是很好 可以Who are you gonna be? Who you be? I dont know. - ;Who you be,; I say.你要变成谁?你是谁?我不知道 “你是谁 ”我说I think I should be, like-- Who you be? Who you be? Who you be though? For real.我认为我应该 像--你是谁?你是谁?说真的 你到底想当谁?Right. All right. No, all right, so who do you think I should be?好的 都可以 不是 都可以所以你认为我应该是谁?I got two voices. I think I should either be John, with the deep voice, or...我有两种声音 我认为我可以是约翰 用低沉的声音 或者……I could be Peter. What do you think? You guys think Peter or John? Peter, okay.我可以是彼得 你认为怎么样?你们让我是彼得还是约翰?彼得 好的Peter? All right, cool. Okay, shh. All right. Shh. All right.彼得?好的 很棒 好的 嘘 好的 嘘 好的Hello? Hello. This is Peter from UMass. Is this Miss Melanson? Yes.你好?你好 这里是马塞诸塞州大学的彼得 是曼森吗?是的Im actually the head of the English department,我是英语系的主任and its been brought to my attention that youve been missing some classes lately.这有个事情引起了我的注意 你最近旷了一些课Is that true? Um, no, I havent missed any class. This is Miss Melanson, correct?是这样的吗?嗯 不是 我没有错过任何一节课 是曼森 是吗?Yes. Jocelyn, yes. Okay, and your parents are LeeAnn and Steven? Yes.是的。乔斯林 是的 好的 你的父母是李安和斯蒂文吗?是的Okay. This--this isnt funny to me. I dont know why youre laughing.好的 这个对我来说不是很好笑 我不知道你为什么要笑Well, its not funny to me. I didnt miss any class.好的 对我来说不好笑 我没有旷过任何一节课You--did you go to class yesterday? No, it was a snow day.你你昨天去上课了吗?没有 昨天是下雪天Well, we actually had school yesterday. It wasnt a snow day at all.好的 我们昨天实际上是有课的 昨天不是下雪天What are you gonna do about it? Okay. You got to make it up. You should probably--你要做一些什么?好吧 你需要补过这个错误 你应该--Ill have to talk to the admissions department and figure it out, cause...我想要说我找教务处解决这个问题了,因为……Say, ;Stop yelling at me.; Stop--first of all, you can stop yelling at me.说 “别对我大喊大叫” 停下来首先 你不要对我大喊大叫Im sorry. Just calm down. ;My assistant wants to speak with you.;对不起 你先冷静下来 “我的助理想和你说话”One second, my assistant wants to speak with you. Okay.一秒钟 我的助理想和你说话 好的Yes, Im his assistant, and I dont do accents nearly as well as he does.是的 我是他的助理 我不学也和他口音差不多My name is Ellen DeGeneres, and that was Justin Bieber我的名字是 艾伦·德杰尼勒斯 并且那个是贾斯汀·比伯that was on the phone with you just now. Oh, my God.刚刚和你通话的人 哦,我的天Were taping a show right now-- I know, youJustin was being--我们现在在录制一个节目--我知道 你--贾斯汀在--Justin, that was rude. That was rude. Im sorry. It was his idea to call you.贾斯汀 之前很不礼貌 之前很不礼貌 对不起 打给你电话是他的主意But actually, Justin thought you should come to a taping, and so well fly you out here.但是实际上 Justin认为你应该来录制节目 所以我们在这给你订了机票Youll come to a show, youll meet Justin, and--would that be fun?你可以来我们的节目 你可以见到贾斯汀 你觉得开心吗?Oh, Im about to start screaming. Im jumping around. My roommate thinks Im crazy.噢 我开始尖叫 我跳来跳去 我的室友认为我疯了Oh, my God! All right. All right, well-- Thank you so much.哦 我的天!好的 好的 好的--十分感谢你Youre welcome. And buckle down. Quit fooling around in that college there.不客气 我们倾尽全力 在那所大学停止恶作剧Ill try not to. All right, well see you soon. Okay, thank you so much!我不希望那样 好的 我们很快再见 好的 十分感谢你All right, bye. I love you guys. Ah, we love you too. Love you.好的 再见 我爱你们 嗯 我们也爱你 爱你201706/515311Man, the first thing that hits you about this place is just the heat and the humidity.天 到这的第一个难关就是 要克高温湿热的天气I could feel it just coming in close to the ground.我在下降过程中就有湿热感了Its like being in a very hot steamer.就像个高温蒸汽机Okay, lets get this thing laid out.You can use this as an air marker.好 先把降落伞平铺开 你可以把这个作为航空指示标So if search and rescue are looking for me,如果有救援队正在搜寻我的话something big and bright for them to see from the air.他们可以从空中看到这个明显的标记When someone is lost in the wilderness,aerial reconnaissance is vital.当人们迷失在荒野时 空中搜寻相当关键Make yourself seen from the air,and it may save your life.有人在高空看到你的标记 这可能就是你的救命稻草Might well be, through, that nobody knows youre missing and nobody is out there even looking for you.也有可能 没人知道你失踪的消息 外界没有采取救援措施And if thats the case,then you need to work out which direction to go.在这个情况下 你就需要确认接下来往哪个方向走And in the northern territories,your best option is to head north to the coast.在北澳 最佳方案就是向北部的海岸线前进90% of Australians live on the coast.百分之九十的澳大利亚人住在海岸线附近But if you do have to make that difficult decision to travel,如果情况只允许向前走be certain of the direction youre heading in and dont deviate.那么先得确定好你的方向 千万不能走偏Im gonna use a shadow stick to work out which direction is north.我要用杆影 来辨认出哪里是北边Cast a shadow straight down here,and Ill mark the end of that shadow with a rock,现在的影子在那里 放块石头在影子的末端wait 15 minutes or so, shadow will move,and well get an idea of our direction.等待15分钟左右看影子的移动情况 这样就能找到我们的方向了201612/485519

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