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  • From Poland with love: Polish townerects fluorescent yellow statue of Lenin urinating called #39;Fountain of theFuture#39;.来自的波兰的爱:波兰城镇树立起发亮的黄色列宁撒尿雕像,雕像名字为“未来喷泉”。As the founder and architect of the Soviet Union, Vladimir Illych Lenin has been immortalisedin statuary countless times throughout the former Eastern Bloc.作为苏联的成立者和塑造者,在整个前东欧国家,人们通过雕像的形式无数次的使列宁不朽化。But this is probably the first time theMarxist revolutionary has been rendered in fluorescent yellow - while taking aleak. 而与以往都不同的是,此次列宁以发亮的黄色呈现,而且还伴随着撒尿。 /201407/310805。
  • It doesn’t kill germs better than cooler water, but turning tap temperatures high, the US burns carbon equal to the emissions of Barbados. People typically wash their hands seven times a day in the ed States, but they do it at a far higher temperature than is necessary to kill germs, a new study says. The energy waste is equivalent to the fuel use of a small country. It#39;s cold and flu season, when many people are concerned about avoiding germs. But forget what you think you know about hand washing, say researchers at Vanderbilt University. Chances are good that how you clean up is not helping you stay healthy; it is helping to make the planet sick.天气一变冷似乎特别容易感冒,于是很多人开始考虑如何避免消灭细菌,但是用热水洗手并不会像你想的那样可以杀死细菌。Amanda R. Carrico, a research assistant professor at the Vanderbilt Institute for Energy and Environment in Tennessee, told National Geographic that hand washing is often ;a case where people act in ways that they think are in their best interest, but they in fact have inaccurate beliefs or outdated perceptions.; Carrico said, ;It#39;s certainly true that heat kills bacteria, but if you were going to use hot water to kill them it would have to be way too hot for you to tolerate.; She explained that boiling water, 212°F (99.98°C), is sometimes used to kill germs - for example, to disinfect drinking water that might be contaminated with pathogens. But ;hot; water for hand washing is generally within 104°F to 131°F (40°C to 55°C.) At the high end of that range, heat could kill some pathogens, but the sustained contact that would be required would scald the skin. Carrico said that after a review of the scientific literature, her team found ;no evidence that using hot water that a person could stand would have any benefit in killing bacteria.; Even water as cold as 40°F (4.4°C) appeared to reduce bacteria as well as hotter water, if hands were scrubbed, rinsed, and dried properly.研究人员说,高温确实能够杀死细菌,但这种沸腾的高温是你无法忍受的。没有任何据能够明用热水(40-55°C)洗手能杀死细菌,而且长时间用热水洗手会破坏我们皮肤表面的保护层,使皮肤的抗菌能力降低。In fact, she noted that hot water can often have an adverse effect on hygiene. ;Warmer water can irritate the skin and affect the protective layer on the outside, which can cause it to be less resistant to bacteria,; said Carrico. Using hot water to wash hands is therefore unnecessary, as well as wasteful, Carrico said, particularly when it comes to the environment. According to her research, people use warm or hot water 64 percent of the time when they wash their hands. Using that number, Carrico#39;s team calculated a significant impact on the planet.研究人员说,你把手洗干净并且擦干,即使用4°C的水也能杀死细菌。;Although the choice of water temperature during a single hand wash may appear trivial, when multiplied by the nearly 800 billion hand washes performed by Americans each year, this practice results in more than 6 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent emissions annually,; she said. That#39;s roughly equal to the emissions of two coal-fired power plants, or 1,250,000 passenger vehicles, over the course of a year. It#39;s higher than the greenhouse gas emissions of small countries like El Salvador or Armenia, and is about equivalent to the emissions of Barbados. If all US citizens washed their hands in cooler water, it would be like eliminating the energy-related carbon emissions of 299,700 US homes, or the total annual emissions from the US zinc or lead industries. The researchers found that close to 70 percent of respondents said they believe that using hot water is more effective than warm, room temperature, or cold water, despite a lack of evidence backing that up, said Carrico. Her study noted research that showed a ;strong cognitive connection; between water temperature and hygiene in both the ed States and Western Europe, compared to other countries, like Japan, where hot water is associated more with comfort than with health. The researchers published their results in the July 2013 issue of International Journal of Consumer Studies. They recommended washing with water that is at a ;comfortable; temperature, which they noted may be warmer in cold months and cooler in hot ones.用热水洗手不仅没有必要,恰恰很浪费,特别是对环境来说。根据研究计算得出的数据,全美国每年8000亿次(热水)洗手加起来将产生600万吨二氧化碳的排放量。 /201312/270080。
  • The need to smile all day at work is turning young South Koreans towards a surgical procedure that lifts the corners of their mouths.韩国人希望工作时能够整天面带微笑,这一需求令年轻的韩国人求助于一种可以令嘴角上扬的手术。Cosmetic surgeons in Seoul say they are seeing a sudden rise in demand for the so-called smile surgery this year among men and women in their 20s and 30s, most of whom are concerned about facing criticism at work because of their expressionless miens.首尔的整形医生说,今年二三十岁的男女对所谓的“微笑手术”的需求剧增,他们大部分人担心自己会因为工作时面无表情而受到批评。#39;Even when you are looking like your normal self, people keep asking you: #39;Why are you frowning?#39;#39; said Kwon Taek-keun, a plastic surgeon in practice for 20 years and known in professional circles as the first in the country to popularize the procedure. #39;That#39;s a lot of stress.#39;拥有20年执业经验的整形医生权宅根(Kwon Taek-keun)说,就算你看起来与平时的自己没有两样,人们也会不断地问你:你为什么皱眉头?这会带来很大压力。他在专业整容圈内是众所周知的韩国第一个推广整容的人。The pictures and clips that Dr. Kwon#39;s clinic, Aone Plastic amp; Aesthetic Surgery, posted online have caused a controversy in recent days, attracting derision from some media reports and the blogosphere, and comparisons to the Joker character from the Batman series.权宅根的诊所Aone Plastic amp;Aesthetic Surgery在网上发布的照片和视频近几天引发了争论,遭到了一些媒体报道和客圈的嘲讽,有人甚至将其比作“蝙蝠侠”系列影片中的“小丑”。But the cosmetic surgeons who carry out the procedure argue people, young and old, come psychologically scarred by hurtful remarks about their naturally downturned lips, especially if they have customer-facing roles. Services-industry workers such as flight attendants and consultants frequent the clinics, according to the surgeons.但给人做嘴角上扬手术的整形医生称,无论年轻人还是老年人,人们都会因别人对其天生下垂的嘴唇的伤人而在心理上留下伤疤,特别是如果他们从事与客户打交道的工作时。据整形医生说,空乘和顾问等务业从业者常常光顾这类诊所。Known in the West as #39;Valentine anguloplasty#39; after the heart shape of the removed muscle tissues at the lip#39;s edge, the smile surgery was first developed as a part of an overall anti-aging face lift, Dr. Kwon and other surgeons say. Tightening the drooping face parts didn#39;t restore the lips to the original upturned position, making an extra procedure necessary, they said.权宅根和其他整形医生说,“微笑手术”在西方被称为“瓦伦丁嘴角成形手术”,得名自手术中从嘴唇边缘去除的心形肌肉组织,这种手术最初是作为整体抗衰老面部拉皮手术的一部分。他们说,将下垂的面部组织变得紧致的手术无法将嘴唇恢复到原来的上扬状态,因此需要做额外的手术。#39;It is going against gravity, #39; said Dr. David Song of Golden View Plastic Surgery. He added that he observes the patient in different poses, such as in a seated position or while lying down, to get the most natural angle for the lips. #39;We#39;re restoring the original lip line.#39;Golden View Plastic Surgery整形诊所的医生David Song说,这是在对抗重力的作用。他还说,他会观察病人摆出各种姿势,比如坐着或躺着,以便得到最自然的嘴角上扬角度。他说,我们是在修复本来的唇线。Though South Koreans are some of the most avid users of plastic surgery in the world - the country has the world#39;s highest number of cosmetic surgery procedures per capita, according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons - the area around the mouth was relatively unexplored, the surgeons say.尽管韩国人可以说是全球最热衷于整容的,国际美容整形外科学会(International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons)的数据显示,韩国人均整容手术数量在全球排第一,但整形医生说,嘴巴周围的区域相对来说尚未开发。The age demographic of clients asking about the smile surgery became substantially younger, the surgeons say, after some celebrities#39; smiles began attracting public scrutiny earlier this year. Few have admitted to going under the knife for a perkier expressions.整形医生说,今年早些时候,一些名人的笑容开始吸引公众的关注,之后咨询“微笑手术”事宜顾客的年龄构成大大降低。几乎没有人公开承认为了获得更有魅力的笑容而不惜挨刀子。But some clinics now publicize more than 15 different procedures for the lip and the mouth, including enlargement, reduction and gum exposure reduction. The most common procedure? The smile surgery, according to Dr. Cha Seung-youn at ZIEN Plastic Surgery.但一些诊所目前推出了15种以上的唇部和嘴部手术,包括放大、缩小和减小牙龈外露。最常见的手术是什么?据ZIEN Plastic Surgery整形诊所的医生Cha Seung-youn说,是微笑手术。#39;Your eyes and mouth make up the most of your facial expression, #39; said Dr. Cha.Cha Seung-youn说,眼睛和嘴巴占了面部表情的大部分。With a typical price tag of up to , 000, the #39;natural#39; killer smile doesn#39;t come cheap, and Dr. Song warns that consistent care will be needed over a three-to-six months of the recovery period.要获得“自然”而迷人的微笑,手术费通常得花2,000美元,价格可不便宜。此外,David Song警告说,在三到六个月的恢复期中,需要持续不断的护理。 /201309/256039。
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