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即墨哪个医院生孩子好青岛市第四人民医院治疗妇科炎症价格Scientists say they have discovered the world's smallest known fish in threatened(1) swampland(2) in Indonesia.The fish, a member of the carp(3) family, has a translucent(4) body and a head unprotected by a skeleton(5).Mature females grow to less than a third of an inch long. The males have enlarged pelvic fins(6) and muscles that may be used in reproduction, researchers wrote in a report published Wednesday by the Royal Society in London."This is one of the strangest fish that I've seen in my whole career,' said Ralf Britz, a zoologist(7) at the Natural History Museum in London. "It's tiny, it lives in acid(8) and it has these bizarre(9) fins. I hope we'll have time to find out more about them before their habitat(10) disappears completely."The fish are found in an acidic(11) peat(12) swamp on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Indonesian peat swamps are under threat from fires lit by plantation owners and farmers as well as unchecked(13) development and farming. Researchers say several populations(14) of the tiny fish have aly been lost.The previous record for world's smallest fish, according to the Natural History Museum, was held by a species of Indo-Pacific goby(15) one-tenth of a millimeter(16) longer.According to researchers, the little fish live in dark, tea-colored water at least 100 times more acidic than rainwater. Such acidic swamps was once thought to harbor few animals, but recent research has revealed that they are highly diverse and home to many unique species. 科学家称他们在印度尼西亚濒临消失的沼泽中发现了世界上最小的鱼。这种鱼属于鲤科,通体透明,头部几乎没有头骨保护。周三,伦敦皇家协会发表报告说,成年雌鱼体长不足三分之一英寸,雄性的腹鳍和腹肌比较大,可能用于求偶繁殖。伦敦自然历史物馆的动物学家拉夫·布利兹说:“这是我从事动物学研究以来见过的最奇特的鱼之一。它们很小,生活在酸性水域中,还有这样奇特的鳍。我希望在它们赖以生存的环境还没有完全消失之前,可以对它们了解得更多。”科学家们在印尼苏门答腊岛的一个煤炭沼泽中发现了这种鱼。印尼煤炭沼泽在农场主和农民大肆焚烧和无限制开发、农田开垦的威胁下,面临消失的危险。研究人员说这种小鱼的部分种群已经灭亡了。自然历史物馆说之前世界上最小的鱼是印度太平洋虾虎鱼的一种,体长十分之一毫米。研究人员说这种小鱼生活在黑暗、茶色的水中,水的酸性比雨水强至少100倍。 此种酸性沼泽曾经被认为是极少数生物的栖息地,但是最近的研究表明它们育着各种独一无二的珍奇物种。 /200804/37119青岛市立医院东院体检 小游戏挑战你我地理IQOne of the most popular games on the Internet right now is about as low-tech as a high-school social studies quiz.The free game, Traveler IQ Challenge, has become an unlikely hit by getting players to locate Kinshasa, Moscow and other cities and attractions by clicking on a crude, two-dimensional world map, and scoring them based on the speed and accuracy of their responses. Created as a marketing gimmick in June by TravelPod, a travel Web site owned by Expedia, Traveler IQ now has more than four million people a month who play it on sites across the Internet, including Facebook's popular social network.Traveler IQ is part of a wave of what's known in the industry as 'casual' games -- low budget, easy-to-play titles like card games and puzzles -- that lack the visual flare of slick new products for the Xbox 360 and other game consoles. Traveler IQ is also tapping into a renewed interest in geography, stimulated by new technologies like GPS satellite-based navigation devices and Google Earth, a program from Google that lets users browse a three-dimensional model of the planet.'I'm addicted,' says John Riccitiello, chief executive of game publisher Electronic Arts of Redwood City, Calif. Mr. Riccitiello says his overall Traveler IQ ranking got as high as 11th in the world at one time, but his standing dropped as more people began playing the game, sinking to 204,184th. 'Once something gets really popular, you realize what a dolt you are,' says Mr. Riccitiello, who travels about 175,000 miles a year.Traveler IQ Challenge was inspired by games played by Luc Levesque, a Canadian programmer and traveler who founded TravelPod. When he was on train trips across Turkey and driving for days to reach remote salt flats in Bolivia, Mr. Levesque, 32 years old, would randomly name a country and one of his travel companions would attempt to name another country or capital city that starts with the third letter of the previous country's name.The idea for an online geography game occurred to Mr. Levesque in May when Facebook of Palo Alto, Calif., opened its site so independent software developers could create games, music and other simple applications that its huge audience could post on their personal Web pages. Two programmers created the game for TravelPod in just under three weeks for an amount Mr. Levesque won't disclose, but which is likely less than ,000 at standard salaries for engineers.The game was designed to funnel users to TravelPod.com, an ad-supported Web site that lets travelers set up blogs chronicling their trips. 'We've seen huge increases in registrations and traffic,' says Mr. Levesque, who adds that the Ottawa, Ontario, company could eventually put ads directly inside the game. More than 1.6 million people have installed the game on their Web pages on Facebook. Most of the players of the game now come through other sites that have the program on their pages, including the CBS show 'The Amazing Race.'Traveler IQ starts out asking users to locate some of the better known cities and attractions in the world, like London, giving users a limit of about 10 seconds to pinpoint them on a map. The locations quickly get harder with cities like Ashkabat, Turkmenistan. The game tells users how close, in kilometers, they got to the actual locations and scores them accordingly, with more points awarded for shorter distances.Andrew Bridges, an attorney at a San Francisco law firm who has traveled extensively around the world, the game is one of a number of new technologies that help stimulate his interest in distant locales. For fun, he says he'll see how fast he can manually zoom in to find a monument like the Acropolis in Athens using Google Earth.Jerome Dobson, a geographer at the University of Kansas in Lawrence who doesn't play the game, says new technological applications like Traveler IQ are helping to revive geography after a decades-long decline in the teaching the subject in U.S. schools. Issues like climate change, globalization and the war in Iraq are also encouraging interest in far flung places. Mr. Dobson, also the president of the American Geographical Society, an association of geographers and geography enthusiasts, says writer Ambrose Bierce said around the time of World War I that ''War is God's way of teaching Americans geography.' 'Still, studies suggest there's a ways to go before the public improves its grasp of geography. A survey from early last year sponsored by the National Geographic Society found that only half of young American adults, ages 18 to 24, could locate New York state on a map. Six out of 10 couldn't find Iraq on a map of the Middle East.Travel IQ provides its own report card, of sorts, on geographical skills. Among those who use the game on Facebook, Tata Consultancy Services, a technology consulting firm based in India, had the lowest average Traveler IQ among workplaces, at least until the rankings were updated during the middle of this week. Mike McCabe, a spokesman for Tata Consultancy Services in the U.S., in an email called the findings 'interesting' and said the company will consider them when training its staff, though he said, 'Engineering skills and an overall cultural understanding of the company and its customers' are higher priorities at Tata than geography. 如 今在互联网上最火的一款游戏,其技术含量却与高中生的社会学科测试相差无几。这是一款名为《旅行者IQ大挑战》(Traveler IQ Challenge)的免费游戏。游玩家在一张二维地图上寻找金沙萨、莫斯科或其他城市及景点的所在位置,然后根据答题的速度和准确度来评分。怎么看这都不像是款会大受欢迎的游戏。但Expedia Inc.旗下的旅游网站TravelPod出于营销目的在6月份推出这款小游戏以来,其每个月的在线玩家人数已经突破400万,其中甚至包括 Facebook之类流行社交网站的用户。《旅行者IQ大挑战》在业内被称作“休闲”游戏,像卡片游戏和谜题游戏也属于这种类型,其特点是开发成本低,易于上手,画面也不像为Xbox 360等游戏机开发的新游戏那般绚烂华丽。而另一方面,随着全球卫星定位系统(GPS)导航设备及Google Earth等新技术的应用,人们对地理知识又开始感兴趣起来,于是便有了《旅行者IQ大挑战》的成功。Google Earth是谷歌公司(Google Inc.)推出的一款电脑软件,用户可以在地球的三维模型上进行地理搜索。美国游戏发行商电子艺界 (Electronic Arts Inc.)的首席执行长约翰#8226;里奇泰洛(John Riccitiello)称,我已经沉溺于这款游戏难以自拔。他表示,自己的全球排名一度到过第11位,而随着越来越多的人开始玩这款游戏,他的排名已经掉至第204,184位。这位每年行程达17.5万公里的高管称,一旦某样东西真正流行起来,你才知道自己有多么弱智。这款游戏的创意来自TravelPod网站创始人、加拿大程序员卢克#8226;莱维克(Luc Levesque)玩的一种游戏。当32岁的莱维克坐火车横越土耳其,或驱车去玻利维亚偏远的盐沼旅游时,会时不时与同伴玩一种单词接龙游戏,规则是用头一个国家或城市地名的第三个字母作为下一个地名的开头字母。今年5月份Facebook开放其网站,允许数量庞大的用户在个人网页上公布独立软件开发者制作的游戏、音乐和其他简单的应用软件。于是莱维克便有了制作一款在线地理知识游戏的想法。他聘请了两名软件开发人员用三周时间制作了这款游戏。虽然他没有透露成本几何,但一般情况下的报酬应该不到3万美元。莱维克制作这款游戏的初衷是想引导用户登录他的网站TravelPod.com。这个网站是靠广告收入维持运营,旅游爱好者可以在网站建立客来记录自己的旅行。莱维克称,网站的注册人数和点击量大幅增长。他表示,最终有可能通过游戏直接投放广告。目前已有超过160万人在Facebook的网页上安装了这款游戏,不过大部分玩家都是从其他网站上下载的,就连哥伦比亚广播公司(CBS Corp.)的“惊险大挑战”(The Amazing Race)节目网页也提供这款游戏的下载。《旅行者IQ大挑战》按照由易到难的顺序,一开始会让玩家用10秒钟左右在地图上找出伦敦之类的比较知名的城市或景点,很快接下来的提问会越来越难,例如找出土库曼斯坦的首都阿什哈巴德 (Ashkabat)。然后游戏会告诉玩家自己的离城市的实际地点偏离了多少,并给予相应的评分,偏差越小则得分越高。经常周游世界各地的旧金山律师安德鲁#8226;布里奇斯(Andrew Bridges)表示,这款游戏和其他的几种新技术手段调动起了他对千里之外地点的好奇。他表示,想看看自己在Google Earth上能用多快的时间找到雅典卫城之类的某处名胜,这是件好玩的事情。堪萨斯城大学(University of Kansas)地理学者杰罗姆#8226;多布森(Jerome Dobson)虽然没玩这款游戏。但他认为,数十年来地理课在美国学校教育中的份量不断下滑,而包括这款游戏在内的新科技手段有助于推动地理学科的复兴。像气候变暖、全球化和伊拉克战争之类的事件,也在唤起人们对遥远地区的兴趣。身为美国地理学会(American Geographical Society)主席的多布森引用美国知名作家安布鲁斯#8226;毕尔斯(Ambrose#8226;Bierce)在第一次世界大战的话称,战争就是上帝让美国用来学会地理的。美国地理学会是一个由地理学者和地理爱好者组成的团体。但研究表明,让美国普通大众提高地理知识还很有长的路要走。美国国家地理学会(National Geographic Society)去年初组织的一项调查显示,美国18岁至24岁的青年成人只有一半能在地图上找出纽约所在,60%的人在中东地图上找不到伊拉克。《旅行者IQ大挑战》还会定期公布关于地理知识的各类成绩排行榜。至少本周更新之前,在Facebook上玩此游戏的人中,平均地理IQ最低的单位是印度高科技行业咨询公司──塔塔咨询务公司(Tata Consultancy Services)。该公司驻美国发言人迈克#8226;麦克白(Mike McCabe)在一封电邮中称,这项统计很“有趣”。他表示,公司会在培训员工时考虑这点。但他称,相对于地理知识,公司更重视工程技能,以及对公司及客户文化的总体理解。 /200803/32071这是关于一个女孩、女人、女性的成长漫画On A Claire Day:亲情、友情、爱情;家庭,朋友、婚姻,工作,生活……一切的一切~今日嘱咐:独立,多好的词儿啊!但只有真正独立了的人,才知道独立的苦与乐!译者:koogle内容来自: /201307/247583李沧区保胎多少钱

青岛做流产哪家医院好德州流产好不好 most of us love to travel, but imagine how much more we would love it if didn#39;t come with the chance of delayed flights, expensive hotels or unexpected fees. Luckily, you can avoid many travel-related hassles if you plan ahead. With a few pointers, anyone can plan a carefree trip, she says.很多人都喜欢旅游,但是想象一下如果没有航班延误、高价酒店和意外花费,我们将会更喜欢。幸运地是,如果你早作安排,你可以避免很多与旅行相关的烦心事。只要做到几点,任何人都能有一次无忧无虑的出行。See it, Buy it看到就买You may mull over a good airplane fare hoping it might get even lower later. Instead of waiting, purchase the ticket. Department of Transportation rules that took effect in January 2012 allow travelers to cancel a booking without penalty 24 hours after the reservation is made, as long as the reservation is made one week or more before departure.你可能在思考购买实惠的机票,希望票价以后还能再低点。与其等待,不如动手买票。2012年1月生效的运输部条例规定,在订票生成后24小时内允许游客取消订票而且不处罚金,只要是在出发前一个星期或更久前预定的机票。Seek Out Empty Middles腾出中间空间If you are traveling with someone else, a good tip is to book one window and one aisle seat in the same row, Freedman says. This increases the chances that no one will purchase the middle seat and you#39;ll have more room when you fly. People are less likely to choose a middle seat when they travel by themselves. If someone does purchase the seat, you can be the hero that offers them one of your window or aisle seats.如果你与他人同行,一条不错的建议是订两张同排的机票,一张靠窗口,一张靠过道。那么就增加了其他人不去购买中间座位的可能性,这样当你坐飞机时你就有了更多的空间。当人们自己出行时,他们很少选择中间座位。如果有人买了中间座位,你可以像英雄一样给他们提供一张靠窗或靠过道的座位。Book Early Flights预定早班机票The first flight out in the morning is always less likely to have a delay. So if you can get up at the crack of dawn, you will probably get to your vacation sooner.清晨首次航班往往较少出现延误。所以如果你能在破晓起床,你就能早点度假。Travel on These Days在这些日子里旅行The days of travel that are generally the cheapest are Tuesday, Wednesday or Saturday. There also tend to be fewer people traveling on those days, which will make your airport and airplane experience more pleasant. The majority of airfare sales also come out on Tuesdays.花销最便宜的旅行日是在星期二、星期三和星期六。在这些日子里,往往出行游玩的人也少一些,这样在机场和飞机上的体验就更惬意了。多数机票也是在周二出售。Think Local Everywhere想想当地Just as you may check out daily deal websites to find good deals in your city, search for local deals in your destination city and you#39;ll have a more authentic experience devoid of tourist trappings. Many sites also offer deals that have a short expiration date. If you sign up for these offers and act fast, you can get some serious bargains.就像你在自己的城市浏览团购网找实惠一样,搜一搜目的地城市当地的贸易情况,你将有一次真正的毫无旅游陷阱的旅行体验。很多网站也提供短期有效交易。如果你马上行动订购,你可以得到相当不错的折扣。Travel on Holidays, Literally在节假日当天出行Christmas Day is actually the cheapest day to fly. So it#39;s perfect if you#39;re OK with missing out on pre-holiday activities. New Year#39;s Day also has some lower rates, she adds. The six weeks after Thanksgiving are also a good time to search for vacation deals, especially to Las Vegas. There#39;s a lull between Thanksgiving and the New Year and historically, there are very low hotel rates in Vegas in these weeks. Early January is also a good time to plan a trip to the Caribbean when resorts try to entice people to visit.圣诞节当天其实是乘飞机最便宜的一天。如果你不介意错过节前活动的话,那是最好的选择。在新年这一天,也有许多廉价机票。感恩节后的那六周时间也是搜索假日航班的好时段,尤其是到。在感恩节和新年之间有段空档,在那几周里的酒店价位会低很多。一月上旬也是计划出行加勒比海的好时段,因为那时度假村在尽力吸引游客前往参观。Book Hotels in the Business District在商业区预订酒店If you are looking for a weekend away, book your hotel in the central business district or a financial district of the city you are visiting. These hotels are busiest Monday to Friday and often try to woo weekend travelers. Plus, downtown hotels generally have a higher number of stars.如果你是想过个周末,在中央商业区或在你要参观的城市金融区里订一家酒店。这些酒店从周一忙碌到周五,常常想吸引周末的游客。此外,市中心的酒店档次通常会高一些。Look for All-Inclusive寻找套餐务Many resorts, particularly in the Caribbean and Mexico, have great all-inclusive deals that include hotel and meals. Many of them also offer free deals for children under 12. If you are traveling with your family, you should also consider booking a condominium resort where you have more space and a kitchen to allow you to cut down on food costs.很多旅游胜地,尤其是在加勒比海和墨西哥,有很多套餐务,包括酒店和饮食。很多地方还为不到12岁的儿童提供免费套餐。如果你是和家人一起,你应该考虑预定公寓式酒店,在那里你能有更多的空间,亲自下厨可以减少伙食上的开销。Be Aware of Hidden Fees当心潜在开销Many travelers don#39;t calculate fees when booking their trips. Baggage fees, transfer fees and public transportation can all add up, so make sure you factor in all travel and transport costs.当预定行程时,很多旅行者都没有计算费用。把行李费、转机费和公共交通费用全加起来,一定要考虑全部的旅行和交通费用。Track the Weather留意天气When booking a trip that has layovers, remember to consider the weather at each locations. Be mindful. Weather in the cities you are traveling through can really impact where you are going.如果要转机,记得考虑每处的天气情况。要留心。你旅行路过的这些城市的天气会影响到你的行程。 /201306/243346青岛哪家医院看乳腺增生

青岛怀孕三个月人流多少钱德国研究人员近日研究实,交通污染会引发儿童过敏性疾病。German researchers say they have found some of the strongest evidence yet linking traffic pollution to childhood allergies.The risk of developing asthma, hay fever(花粉症),eczema(湿疹) or other allergies is about 50 percent higher for children living 50 meters (yards) from a busy road than for those living 1,000 meters away, they said in a study released on Friday.Previous research has linked pollution to allergies, but to date observational studies in the field have been inconsistent, said Joachim Heinrich, an epidemiologist at the Helmholtz Research Centre for Environment and Health in Munich."We consistently found strong associations between the distance to the nearest main road and the allergic disease outcomes," Heinrich, who led the study, wrote in the American Journal of Respiratory(呼吸的) and Critical Care Medicine.The study followed 3,000 healthy children from all over Munich for six years from birth to determine rates of allergy-related diseases and exposure to traffic pollution.The researchers mapped each residential address and the distance to busy roads, then developed a model to calculate exposure to pollution at birth and age two, three and six. A busy road was considered one used by 10,000 cars each day."We developed a model to predict air pollution concentration at one point in a metropolitan area," Heinrich said in a telephone interview.This allowed the researchers to monitor more than one site as well as follow a large group of children over a long period of time, things many other studies did not do, Heinrich said.The researchers will continue monitoring the children over the next few years to determine whether moving to a less-polluted area can reverse any of the traffic pollution-related problems, he added. /200806/42585 李沧区打胎多少钱青岛外阴疼怎么办



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