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(speaking backwards) Hi,Vsauce.Michael here.You can practice speaking backwards,so when your words are reversed they#39;re intelligible.But here#39;s something else that is weird.The digits in the speed of light are exactly the same as the latitude of the great pyramid of Giza.And,as the anagram genius has revealed,all the world#39;s a stage,but if you rearrange the letters in the meaning of life it becomes the engine of a film.Or more pessimistically,the fine game of nil.反向发声,嘿 这里是Vsauce 我是Micheal 你可以练练倒着说话,当你的话反着播放时,它们就清晰可辨了,还有一些奇怪的事情,光速当中的数字和金字塔的维度完全一样,就像Anagram Genius 网站所说,全世界是一个舞台,如果你将“生命意义”的字母重新排列,就变成了“电影的引擎”。或者更加悲观“虚无的游戏”。What does all this mean?Are these just coincidences or are greater powers at work? Why is it so easy for us to find hidden messages? Why can a mere coincidence give us chills? And why is it so fun? When you reverse Neil Armstrong saying,;Small step for man,;you can hear what sounds like ;man will spacewalk;.(armstrong)That#39;s one small step for man.Man will spacewalk. One small step for man,Man will spacewalk.One small step for man,Man will spacewalk.这都是什么意思呢?是巧合,强大的力量的影响呢?我们为什么会轻易找到隐藏的信息?纯粹的契合为何会让我们不寒而栗?这为啥会这么好玩?当你倒放阿姆斯特朗的“这是个人的一小步”,听起来就像是“人类会太空漫步”。这是人类的一小步,人类会太空漫步。Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated president John F.Kennedy,and in this interview,he defends the Fair Play for Cuba Committee,of which he was a member.The fact that I did live for a time in the Soviet Union gives me excellent qualifications to repudiate charges,that Cuba and the Fair Play for Cuba Committee is communist controlled.Now listen to what it sounds like when we reverse him saying,;...and the Fair Play for Cuba;.and the Fair Play for Cuba-I wish to kill president.I wish to kill president.I wish to kill president.李.哈维.奥斯瓦尔德暗杀了肯尼迪总统,在这篇采访中 他为“古巴公平游戏规则委员会”辩护,他自己也是其中一员。我确实在苏联呆过一段时间,这段经历让我更有资格来否认这样的指控,古巴和公平对待古巴委员会 并非为共产党所控制。现在我们来听听他的话反过来放是怎样的,和公平对待古巴。和公平对待古巴 我想杀死总统。我想杀死总统。Is that a coincidence or a subconscious confession hidden within his own words? It#39;s a coincidence.For crying out land,if anybody says,;...and the Fair Play for Cuba;,and then reverses it,it sounds the same.I wish to kill president.This app,by the way,is called Virtual Recorder.It#39;s really easy way to quickly reverse your own speech.Matthew Hudson,in The Seven Laws of Magical Thinking.points out that if you record yourself saying,;Ooh! You sniff turkey fat!;And then reverse it,it sounds a bit like ;Happy birthday to you !; Happy birthday to you !Kind of.这是一个巧合呢 还是在他自己言语间无意识的坦白呢?这只是一个巧合。其实嘛 不论谁说 “和公平对待古巴”然后倒放 它听起来都是一样的。我想杀死总统。这个应用叫 Virtual Recordr.你可以用它来轻松倒放自己的话。Matthew Hudson所著的《神奇的思维七律》,指出如果你录下自己说的,“奥 你闻闻火鸡的肥肉”然后倒放,听起来有点像“祝你生日快乐”祝你生日快乐!有点儿吧。If a word can be spelled the same forward and backward,it#39;s a palindrome.But if a word or phrase sounds the same,whether spoken forward or rewound,is a phonetic palindrome.For example,;Say yes.;-Reversed?-Say yes.Pretty cool.But check out this poem by Karsten Johansson.;When I wonder why What#39;s never been#39;s never been so,We would lie when we say #39;Yes,you know we all love you#39;What#39;s never been#39;s never been so Hell,we#39;re nowhere now.;When I wonder why What#39;s never been#39;never been so,We would lie when we say #39;Yes,you know we all love you.;What#39;s never been#39;s never been so Hell,we#39;re nowhere now.如果一个词正反拼写都一样,这被称作回文 但如果一个词或者词组正反听起来都一样,这叫做语音回文。比如说“同意”反过来呢“同意”,很棒吧。但是看看Karsten Johansson 写的这首诗。当我不知为何 不知何为从未经历,何为从未经历过 我们正身出虚无,当我不知为何 不知何为从未经历 我们说谎:你知道我们都爱你。何为从未经历过 我们正身出虚无。By the way,some people can speak in reverse on the fly.It is really cool to see them in action.Watch guys lean back after this .It#39;s linked down in the description and it#39;s full of pretty cool coincidence s.Apophenia is the perception of connections,or patterns,in information.One type of Apophenia isPareidolia,the seeing or hearing of things that weren#39;t meant to be there.For instance,hearing your name being called,or your phone ringing,in the sound of running water.Or hearing English words in a non-English song,or seeing faces that weren#39;t purposely placed there.有些人能流利的道着说话,看他们这么做很有意思。看完视频后,去看看Leanback 的视频吧。链接在上方,这个频道有许多关于巧合的视频。空想性措视与信息连接或模式上的感知有关。感知性错视是空想性错视的一种,听到或看到本不该在此处的事物。比方说,听到有人叫你的名字,或者电话铃响,在水流的声音中。或者在非英文歌曲里听到英文单词,或者看到随意摆放的东西中隐藏的面孔。Our brains are good at this kind of work,probably because being hyper-attentive to patterns and faces can save your life.If there#39;s ambiguity as to whether that thing hiding in the shadows is a threat or just a shadow,it#39;s advantageous to heir on the side of threat.Organisms with a healthy sense of Apophenia live longer--long enough to have kids and raise them and naturally become the norm.We connect with faces so well,Hudson relates a story of a friend who draws faces on things she doesn#39;t wanna lose,like her bags.She says the faces make her less likely to forget about them.我们的大脑擅长于此,可能是因为对于图案和脸孔特别敏感 能救你一命。如果分不清影子里的东西 是威胁 或是只是影子而已,将其视为威胁总是有利的。有着健全的空想性错视感的生物获得更长 从而能生养后代,自然而然 这种感觉成为常态。我们与脸孔联系得很紧密,Hudson提到 他的一位朋友在她不愿遗失的东西上画上脸孔,比如说她的包,她说 脸孔让她更容易记住他们。If you like,it you should have put a ring on it.If you like not losing it,you should#39;ve drawn a face on it.We are so good at at teasing out patterns and faces from random noise,actual random sequences don#39;t always feel random to us.Originally,Apple#39;s iTunes shuffle feature generated complaints from users.They said that similar songs,or songs from the same artist,appeared in a string...which,of course,is to be expected from randomness.But it didn#39;t feel random enough,so Apple introduced a smart shuffle that avoided totally sequences that nonetheless didn#39;t seem random to our pattern loving brains.如果你喜欢他,你应该给它戴上戒指。如果你不想弄丢它 就该在上面画一张脸,我们太善于从随机的噪声中识别图案和脸孔,以致随机的序列并不总是令我们就得随机。一开始,苹果的iTunes 随机播放功能引来了用户的投诉。用户反映,相似的歌曲,或者同一歌手的歌,被接连播放 这当然会发生在随机事件中。但用户仍觉得不够随机,因此苹果公司引入了智能随机播放功能,它避免了完全随机的序列,这在我们偏爱模式的大脑看来,还不够随机。As Steve Jobs explained,we#39;re making it less random to make it feel more random.Our impressive ability to imagine patterns also expresses itself when it comes to connecting songs and moving images.This dancing Spider-man animation will famously sync up with any music you play.Try it.What kind of black magic is going on here?Well,as it turns out,most of it is in our heads.RADIOLAB reported that Michigan State University explains that the major movements of dancing animations like this one,or this one,move at typical song tempos,but also contain,like most dance,various other different related rhythms of movement allowing them to seemingly fit many different tempos.就像乔布斯所述,我们降低了随机性, 使其感觉更随机。我们对于模式超强的想象力,在关联歌曲和动画中又一次体现出来。这幅有名的蜘蛛侠跳舞动画会和你播放的任一音乐合拍。试试看 这是闹的什么鬼啊?事实明 这与大脑有着密切的联系。RADIOLAB 引用密歇根州立大学的解释,在跳舞动画中的主要动作 就像这个,还有这个 是随着典型的歌曲节奏而舞动的,就像大多数的舞步 它也包括了许多其它不同的 与节奏相关的步伐,使得其看起来能与许多不同的节奏合拍。Selection bias helps a lot too.We fall prey to this when we reject all the times the animation doesn#39;t really sync up,focusing instead on the more surprising times when it does.The bizarre pyramid coincidence mentioned earlier is a lot less bizarre,when you consider the fact that we got to control where we placed the decimal point.And that a number of degrees this precise isn#39;t necessary to locate the pyramid.By the foruth decimal,we#39;re only talking about a matter of a few meters,so it#39;s easy to make the rest fit the speed of light exactly.and have still picked a point on the pyramid.Confirmation bias also comes into play here.If you really want two things to sync up...they will.选择偏倚也对其影响很大。当动画不合拍的时候 我们全都忽略了,而只关注它合拍的时候 这让我们深受蛊惑。之前提到关于金字塔的离奇巧合 其实没那么离奇,当你考虑到我们实际上要自行决定,小数点的放置位置。而且这么精确的度数对于定位金字塔来说并不必要。在小数点第四位 也只是数米之差,所以很容易就能将剩下的部分 与光速的数字完全对应 而且仍然在金字塔上选择了一个点。确认偏误在这儿起了作用。如果你真的想让两件事情同步,它们就会同步.We often look for evidence that supports what we aly believe,while marginalizing things against it.As Marshall McLuhan said,;I wouldn#39;t have seen it if I hadn#39;t have belived it.;These biases also help explain the seemingly mind-blowing coincidence that famous movies and famous albums can line up.One the most popular states that if you start playing Pink Floyd#39;s Dark Side of the Moon.at the same time as the Wizard of Oz,they will eerily line up.Entire communities have sprouted around the syncing of movies and albums.Some of my favorites are the Yellow Submarine soundtrack and The Little Mermaid.Lordes Pure Heroin and Twilight#39;s Saga,Breaking Dawn-ll,and the end of 2001:A Space Odyssey,with Pink Floyd#39;s echoes.我们常为自己相信的事物寻找据,同时漠视反对它的据。正如Marshall McLuhan所说,要不是亲眼目睹 我决不会相信有这种事。这些偏误同样解释了看上去耸人听闻的巧合,著名的音乐专辑和电影能够配合得天衣无缝。最著名的就是 如果你播放Pink Floyd的《月之暗面》同时播放《绿野仙踪》它们能非常诡异地配上。这们的巧合在社会上像雨后春笋般流行开来。我很喜欢用《黄色潜水艇》配上《小美人鱼》。Lorde的《纯粹海洛因》配上《暮光之城:破晓》,还有《2001:太空漫游》的结尾配上Pink Floyd的《回声》。There are conspiracies that these were somehow secretly planned.Though,in reality,they#39;re just accidental music s.The product of selection bias,confirmation bias,And the Law of Near Enough,a behavior of our pattern sensitive minds.Two things don#39;t have to line up exactly,or literally,for us to see a connection.This is why vague predictions are a great way to look psychic.These are also actually unsurprising when you consider the fact.that the number of narrative paces and rhythms we enjoy,and typically use,are much smaller than the number possible.这些巧合可能是某种秘密策划的阴谋。但实际上,它们只是湊巧配成的MV而已。这些巧合是选择偏倚和确认偏误,足够接近定律,以及对大脑对模式敏感的结果。两件事并不用完全契合,我们就能将其关联 这就是为什么模糊的预言,会让别人觉得你能通灵的原因。这些事情实际上也不再令人惊异,当你考虑到我们所喜欢和常用的,叙事步调和节奏比可能的数目要小得多。In the Improbability Principal,David J.Hand calls this the probability lever.What may be rare on average,or when considering all possible scenarios,can be less rare for specific scenarios,even if they are only marginally different.Getting struck by lightning is a provebially unlikely event,but Walter Summerford wasn#39;t just struck by lightning once during his life,he was struck three times.It never killed him,but four years after his death,his gravestone was also sturck by lightning.What are the chances? I mean,clearly Summerford was some sort of robot built out of lightning rods,or had somehow angered zeus.Right?Probably not.在《不可能性定律》中David J.Hand 称其为“概率杠杆”。当考虑到所有情况后 罕见的事情,在特定情况下会变得不太罕见,即便其间只有微小的区别。众所周知 被闪电击中的概率很小,但Walter Summerford 在他一生中被闪电击中不止一次,他被雷击过三次。雷击并未使他死去 但在他去世四年后,他的墓碑也被闪电击中。这样的几率又是多少呢?很明显这位仁兄 是某种内置避雷针的机器人,或者他触怒了众神之王 是吗?可能不是。You see,while for the average person,the chance of being struck by lightning is quite low.For an avid outdoor sportsman like Summerford,it#39;s not as low.The Law of Truly Large Numbers also comes into play here.With lightning striking earth 40-50 times a second,billions of people for it to strike and thousands of years of recorded history?It#39;s actually not surprising at all that at least once,a story like Summerford#39;s would#39;ve happened.Given the truly large number of people who visit Disney World every day,and the fact that they take photos-and lots of them--it#39;s actually not surprising at all that at least once so far a story like Alex and Donna Voutsina has happened.虽然对于普通人来说,被闪电击中的概率非常低。对于Summerford 这样狂热的户外运动员来说 概率并不低。大数量定律对此起了作用。地球每秒会被雷击40-50次,可能被击中的有数十亿人,有记载的历史长至千年?所以Summerford的事情发生至少一次,实际上并不令人感到奇怪。考虑到每天造访,迪士尼乐园的巨大人流量,这些人还会拍很多照片,至今为止 发生一次这样的事情也不奇怪,正如Alex 及Donna Voutsina的故事。While sorting through old photos before their wedding,Alex and Donna found a photo of Donna at Disney World,14 years before the couple met.But then Alex noticed something.He too had visited Disney World as a child and there,in the background,was his father pushing him in a stroller.Sometimes coincidences can be tragic.婚礼前整理老照片时,他们找到了一张 Donna在贴士尼乐园拍的照片,那是他俩相遇14年前的事情。接着Alex注意到。他也在小时候去过贴士尼乐园,在背景中,他父亲正推着婴儿车里的他。巧合有时会是一场悲剧。In 1864,Abraham Lincoln#39;s son,Robert Lincoln,was saved from serious injury,or possibly even death,when a stranger grabbed him by the shirt collar moments before he plunged onto train tracks below.That stranger turned out to be Edwin Booth,one of the most famous ,Shakespearean actors of the time--so famous,in fact,Robert recognized him and had a letter sent thanking him for saving his life.Less than a year later Edwin Booth#39;s brother,John Wilkes Booth,undid the favor by assassinating Abraham Lincoln.1864年 亚伯拉罕.林肯的儿子罗伯特,幸免于一场险些让他送命的严重事故,一位陌生人抓住他的衣领,在他栽倒在底下的铁轨之前救起了他。这位陌生人是Edwin Booth,当时最有名的莎剧演员之一,他太有名了 结果罗伯特认出了他,让人给他寄了封感谢救命之恩的信。过了不到一年,Edwin Booth的弟弟 John Wilkes Booth 暗杀了林肯 抹去了这个恩惠。Strange as they seem at first math says that given enough time and psychology says that given enough interest in finding them coincidences and connections will be found even unlikely ones.The coincidences between Abraham Lincoln and John F Kennedy are famous both were elected to the presidency in the year ending with sixty.Lincoln was shot at Fords Theater,Kennedy was shot in a 1961 Lincoln Continental four door convertible made by Ford,both presidents last names have seven letters,and both assassins had 15 letters in their names.the list goes on as it should,if you look long enough you can find coincidences,between any two people or things or events,they may seem strange at first,but tend to wind up being in the end pretty expected.这些事情乍一看很离奇,但数学假如有足够的时间,心理学上要是有足够的兴趣去寻找,我们会发现一些几乎不可能发生的巧合与关联。林肯和肯尼迪之间的巧合很是有名,他们都在年份结尾为60的那一年当总统。林肯在福特剧院中,而肯尼迪在1961年福特产的林肯牌欧式四门敞篷车中遇刺,两位总统的名字都含七个字母,两位杀手的名字都含十五个字母,这份清单当然能被继续罗列,如果调查时间足够长 你可以找到任意两个人 两样东西 两件事的巧合,起初 它们可能看似奇怪,可是常常到头来会在意料之中。For just one example,name length isn#39;t that wildly variable seven-letter names are pretty common.Lincoln.Kennedy.Michael.Stevens,In the famous spooky presidential coincidences contest,held by the Skeptical Inquirer in 1992,one contestant alone found similar lists of crazy coincidences,between 21 pairs of former presidents given the vast amount of details in any one of our lives,It#39;s pretty easy.This court can be exploited to almost comedic Heights when it comes to over analyzing.举一个例子,名字长度之间的区别并不是很大,名字中有七个字母很常见。Lincoln Kennedy Michael Stevens著名的“灵异总统巧合大赛”,自1992年开始 由Skeptical lnquirer 主办,在比赛中 其中一位选手找到了许多奇异的巧合,这些巧合发生在21对前总统之间,考虑到任何一个人生命中大量的细节,(找到巧合)很容易。而过度分析亦可藉此,营造出喜剧效果.Of course,hidden messages and signs are often intentionally included in media for fun or to reward attentive viewers,but unintentional extraordinary things happen all the time.Its not really that extraordinary.There#39;s famous calculation that is known as Littewoods law.Given the number of hours we are awake every day and assuming an event only takes about a second to occur.当然 隐藏的信息和标识常被有意地植入媒体中 以取悦或奖赏细心的观众,但是无意的非凡之事无时不刻都在上演。这些事情并没有那么了不起。Littlewoods 定律是一个著名的计算公式。If you calculate the odds of something happening to you are only one in a million you should expect that thing to happen to you about once every 35 days.David J Hand took this even further with seven billion people on Earth,the chance that an event with a one in a million probability of happening to each of us won#39;t happen today is one in ten to the three thousand and fourty.As Persi Diaconis put it the truly unusual day would be a day where nothing unusual happens.And as always,thanks for watching.考虑到我们每天清醒的小时数目,假设每件事件时长仅为一秒,如果你算出自己遇到某事的概率仅为是百万分之一,你该认为,它每35天就会在你身上发生一次。David J Hand 考虑得更远,地球上有70亿人,发生在每个人身上的概率为百万分之一的事件,今日不发生的概率是1/10^3040.正如Persi Diconis 所说,真正不寻常的一天,是没有特殊事情发生的一天,如往常一样 多谢观赏。 Article/201503/364324Five Rules for Presentations by Nancy DuarteNancy Duarte的五个简报原则Presentations are a powerful communication medium. For more than 20 years, Duarte has developed presentations to launch products, align employees, increase company value, and propel global causes. Along the way we discovered five simple rules for creating world changing presentations.简报是强而有力的沟通媒介。过去二十多年来,Duarte制作出简报去推动新产品、训练职员、增加公司价值、以及推动全球事业。一路上我们发现了五个简单的原则,能够设计出改变世界的简报。The first rules is—treat your audience as king. You audience deserves to be treated like royalty. Design a presentation that meets their needs, and not just yours. Audiences wanna know what you can do for them, why they should adopt your view, and what are the steps they need to follow to take action. Give them those things in a clear, easily understandable way, and you will undoubtedly find favor with the king.第一原则是--把听众像国王般对待。你的听众理当享受皇家般的待遇。要设计一个合乎他们需求的简报,而不只是你的需求。听众想要知道“你可以为他们做些什么”、“他们为何要接纳你的观点”、以及“他们需要做什么来跟进并采取行动”。用清楚,容易了解的方式提供他们那些东西,你无庸置疑地会赢得国王的赞赏。The second rule is—sp ideas and move people. Your audience didn#39;t show up to your 60-page on-screen dissertation. They#39;re there to see you, to be inspired by your message and witness the quality of your thought. You#39;re not giving your presentation to have another meeting. You#39;re there to convey meaning. So consider including imagery that powerfully illustrates your point. Sometimes moving images can inspire in a way that static slides cannot. A sequential build adds a sense of suspense. And a thought provoking moves your audience in a way that can not only change minds, but hearts.第二个原则是--散布理念并感动人群。你的听众并不是来阅读你荧幕上六十页长的论文。他们是来看你的,想要被你的讯息所激励并见你优质的想法。不能像是开个会般的做简报。你是为了传达意念而站在那的。所以考虑加入能够强烈阐述你的观点的图像。有时候动态的影像能够用静态幻灯片所做不到的方式去激励听众。连续的架构添增一些悬疑感。而一段发人深省的影片用一种不仅改变想法,且打动人心的方式,感动你的听众。The next rule is—help them see what you are saying. Half of the people in your audience are verbal thinkers, and the other half are visual. Combining minimal text with meaningful visuals means that you will reach everyone. Brainstorm graphics that will effectively communicate your message, and then replace those words with a picture, a chart, or a diagram. Then apply a consistent treatment to your graphics to give your whole presentation a unified look, so that your audiences are attracted to, rather than distracted from your message.下一个原则是--帮助他们“见到”你所说的。你的听众有一半是语言思考者,而另一半是图像思考者。结合最少程度的内文以及有意义的视觉图像意味着你将会打动每位听众。脑力激盪出能够有效传达你的讯息的图像,然后将文字换成一张图片,图表或示意图。然后运用一致的方式处理图像,给你的整个简报一种整体感,以至于你的听众被你的讯息所吸引,而不是被分散注意力了。Rule number four—practice design, not decoration. As tempting as it is to fill your slides with stuff, often de-decorating is the best policy. Any writer or designer will tell you that 90% of the creative process is destructive. Do you have one main point? Consider just putting just one word on the slide by itself. You want them to remember a few items? Then don#39;t show everything at once. Instead, show one item at a time. Do you have a picture that accurately expresses your idea? Scale that picture so that it fills the slide. Do you know a e that says it all? Then let it say it and remove everything else.第四原则--运用设计,而不是装饰。即便用东西填满你的幻灯片很有吸引力,通常减少装饰是最棒的方针。任何一位作家或设计师都会告诉你有百分之九十的创作过程是破坏性的。你有一个重点吗?考虑看看就只把一个字独自放在幻灯片上。你想要他们记得一些东西?那么不要一次全部展示出来。而是一次展示一个。你有能够精准地传达意象的照片吗?将照片调整比例让其填满整张幻灯片。你知道一句引言能够表达得尽善尽美?那就让它来表达,拿掉其他所有东西。The last rule is—cultivate healthy relationships with your slides and your audience. Letting go is hard. We know, but don#39;t hide behind your slides. Breaking your dependence on your slides can do a world of good for your relationship with the audience. Reduce the amount of text to just a few words, and put the rest of the information in the notes, and then practice, practice, practice. Thinking of your slides as digital scenery allows you to connect eye-to-eye with your audience in a meaningful way.最后一个原则是--跟你的幻灯片和听众建立良好关系。要放得开很难。我们知道,但不要躲在幻灯片后面。破除你对幻灯片的依赖对你和听众的关系有莫大的帮助。将内文减少到几个字,并把剩下的资讯写到笔记中,然后练习、练习、还是练习。把幻灯片想成是数位布景,让你能够面对面地和听众有意义的接触。So, those are the rules, but the question remains: Why go to all these trouble? Why not do it the way you#39;re used to? The answer is simple: Because everyone else does it that way too, and you need to stand apart and be different. When you apply these rules, and keep the audiences#39; needs top of mind, your presentation will not only hold their attention, but also change the world.所以,那些是原则,但问题仍旧存在:“为何选择所有这些麻烦事?”“何不照以前的方式做?”很简单:因为其他人也都那样做,而你需要与众不同,表现出差异。当你运用这些原则,并以听众的需求为优先时,你的简报将不只会抓到他们的注意力,同时也会改变世界。Well, at least your part of the world.嗯,至少是你那部分的世界。 Article/201505/376509

He#39;d been James#39; favourite,well, actually more than a favourite if the court scandal was to be believed 他曾是詹姆斯的心腹 事实上 远不止心腹 如果宫廷流言可信的话and now he#39;d wormed his way into Charles#39;s favour too.如今他又钻营成了查理的心腹The pair of them had travelled together incognito to Spain in a bid to woo the Spanish Infanta for Charles.两人曾微同行到过西班牙 以帮助查理追求西班牙公主They#39;d returned from their escapade empty-handed.那次冒险之行一无所获But to the young, insecure Charles,glamorous, worldly Buckingham had become his idol.对于年轻又毫无自信的查理来说 迷人又世故的白金汉成了他的偶像To the rest of the court however,Buckingham was a parasite, a pest, a viper.而对朝野其他人而言 白金汉不过是寄生害虫 渔夫之蛇Why, in God#39;s name, would one give him a blank cheque?他到底凭什么能一手遮天It was obvious what would happen to the money and it did.钱的去处显而易见 也果不其然Buckingham blew a cool 240,000 pounds in a raid on France so botched it seemed the act of a saboteur,not a supremo.白金汉在一场拙劣的法国突袭战上 挥霍了整整二十四万磅 简直就像是一个破坏狂 而绝无领袖风范So if Charles wanted a penny more,then his darling had to go.因此若查理还想要钱 他的心肝儿必须走人Presume to talk to the king about his choice of trusted generals and ministers?议会胆敢向君主质疑 其所信任的将军和大臣Presume to tell the king? Presume to lay down the law?胆敢向君主直谏 胆敢制定法律Why, that was an end of kingship itself.为什么 因为王权已经穷途末路So in 1626,Charles did what he assumed kings worth the name were entitled to do.所以在1626年 查理做了一件 自认为以君王之名名正言顺的事情He would dismiss parliament and collect the money himself through a forced loan.解散了议会 然后自己通过摊派公债筹钱It was the politest bullying.Charles was always polite.这真是最有礼貌的恃强凌弱了 查理总是这么彬彬有礼 /201702/494307

  APEC meeting grabs international attentionAPEC会议吸引国际社会关注Our reporter Su Yuting is following the event at the China National Convention Center.我们的记者苏玉婷正在中国国家会议中心对APEC会议进行跟踪报道。She has spoken to participants of the APEC forum and earlier told us about their impressions and expectations for the meeting this year.她已参访过APEC论坛的与会者们,并且早些时候曾向我们介绍他们对今年会议的印象和展望。 Article/201411/341053

  It is as if we are two different species.我们的确像是属于两个不同人种Joe#39;s diet seems to be keeping his organs in pristine condition.乔的饮食让他的器官保持最佳状态My diet is undermining my health, and fast.而我的饮食结构在迅速掏空我的身体Well, that was very sobering.这真是如同当头棒喝Luigi does not mince his words.路易吉没有拐弯抹角He talked a bit about abdominal fat.他提到了腹部脂肪In fact, he talked quite a lot about my abdominal fat.事实上 关于我的腹部脂肪他说了很多I#39;ve never thought of myself as particularly fat.我从没想到过自己非常胖But it was the sort of two visions he held out to me.他为我分析了两种生活方式的未来One, where, if I continue as I am at the moment,其中一个是 如果继续照现状生活I#39;m heading almost certainly for heart disease and possibly worse.我必将罹患心脏病 甚至更糟The other is, if I embrace the CR way, the calorie restriction way,另一个 如果我开始过低热量饮食的生活he said I could be effectively cured in less than a year.他认为我可以在不到一年的时间里好转My risk factors would move from being我的健康风险将由almost certainly a cardiac victim at some point几乎肯定会患心血管疾病to one in a million.降低到百万分之一的患病几率When you put it as starkly as that,当现实严酷到如此地步时it#39;s given me a lot to think about.我的确应该好好考虑了重点解释:1.as if 犹如,好像,好似,仿佛例句:She ran as if the Old Boy were after her.她跑得飞快好像魔鬼在追她似的。2.seem to 似乎 ...例句:All my troubles seem to come together.我的各种问题似乎同时出现了3.think of 想到;考虑例句:I couldn#39;t think of the name of that man anyhow.我怎么也想不出那人的名字来了。 Article/201509/400211。

  A lovely, lovely house.真是漂亮的房子- Were the directions good? - Very good, thank you.-我指的路好找吗 -很好找 谢谢Joe Cordell is a Cronie -乔·科代尔是一个低热量饮食者a calorie restrictor on optimal nutrition.即限制摄入热量同时获取最多营养And that means a lot of fruit and veg.这就意味着摄入大量水果和蔬菜I went ahead and kind of put everything out我提前准备过 已把所有东西都拿出来了because I thought you might want to have some breakfast.因为我猜你可能想要吃点早餐That would be delicious, thank you.一定会很美味的 谢谢你When I imagine a calorie restrictor,每当想到一个低热量饮食者I imagine someone who lives basically我的脑海中总是浮现出一个on a couple of carrots, or something like that.只靠几根胡萝卜之类的食物生存的人I didn#39;t think you#39;d go in for breakfast.我都没想到你会吃早餐Joe kicks off his day with a mountain of fruit,乔的一天从成堆水果开始some of which he then throws away.但其中的有些部分会被他丢掉Then what I like to do is add some apple to it,然后我会加一些苹果but when you#39;re in my position,如果你设身处地地理解我的想法I want to get as much nutritional value as I can for the calorie,我希望在摄入相同热量时得到最多营养and virtually all the nutritional value is in the peel.而事实上营养都贮存在苹果皮里So you#39;re going to slip the peel in所以你是准备把苹果皮加进去and throw away the rest of it?然后把剩下的都扔掉You#39;re going to do the reverse of what most people do.和大多数人所做的正好相反It#39;s great, because这样做很好literally 95% of the nutritional value here...因为事实上95%的营养都在这里面重点解释:1.go ahead 开始;前进例句:Go ahead and do what you like.去吧,喜欢干什么就干什么。2.a couple of 两个, 几个例句:He patched up a couple of old tires.他补了几条旧车胎。3.kick off 开始例句:Are you y to kick off?你准备好出发了吗? Article/201509/398728

  今天的节目我们要说说各种有钱、没钱的英语说法。从broke到rollin#39; in the dough and many more in between.你是哪一种呢? Article/201507/389374TED演讲集 那些匪夷所思的新奇思想 Article/201510/400107

  E-commerce takes over Indian retail Online retail grew 88% in India last year and shows no sign of stopping. CNN#39;s Sumnima Udas reports.Dewali India#39;s most important festival, five days of fire works, ritual celebration and most importantly shopping, for retailers like Mike, Dewali can account for up to a third of their annual sales, and this year, well, it#39;s never been better.This is almost if i talk about a whole line double, and if i go online then within the one year period has gone 10 times to 7 times at least.The exponential growth largely owing to e-commerce sites like snapdeal in the lead up to this holiday season, founder and CEO Kunaba says snapdeal sell one smartphone every six seconds, a laptop every twenty seconds and a pair of shoes every ten seconds.Snapdeal works as second virtual market place similar to China#39;s Alibaba, they don#39;t buy or keep their own stocking and inventory, so all the products are brought here, they#39;ve got *, they#39;ve got smartphones, they#39;ve got razers and everything is brought to centers like this, packaged and then distributed.Snapdeal will deliver some 20 million products across 5,000 towns and cities in India this month, other leading e-commerce sites like Flipcard and Amazon India boost similar numbers.The explosion that has happened over the last 6-9 months has been immense, and i still feel we#39;re just seeing a tip of the iceberg, we are seeing nearly 70% of all our orders are coming our smartphones now, we#39;ve demonstrated over and over again as a country that we like to leap frog trends, that we#39;ve leap frogged fixed line phones, we#39;ve leap frogged retail, i think we are leap frogging buying over the pc.Online retailing India grew 88% last year, millions of Indians living in small towns and villages like this now shopping online with smartphones, for small business owners like B, it#39;s transformed the way they think.Market opens up the whole of India, now we get customers from Kashmir to K.In other words from north to south India there are currently 243 million internet users in India, that too is expected to more than double by 2020, what is it said about the potential of e-commerce in India, well the map is quite simple.Sumina Udas, CNN, New Deli. /201410/338085Here#39;s a sneak peek, exclusive look inside the brand-new A330neo that you#39;ll be flying on for next year. It will provide all the latest comfort and design features currently available in its bigger sister, the A350XWB, and will also include a whole range of new innovations. From now on, when you get on a plane, you will definitely know if it#39;s an Airbus or not.这是独家一窥明年您将能搭乘的全新A330neo内部空间。它将提供一切最新的舒适和设计功能,和它的姊机A350XWB目前搭载的相同,且也会纳入一系列新设备。从现在起,当您踏上一架飞机,您绝对会知道它是否是一架空中巴士。We are calling this ;Airspace by Airbus,; and this is not just another marketing slogan. No! This is a new brand that stands for Airbus cabin DNA, which is covering the leading elements of comfort, ambience, service, and design. And we#39;re applying that uniquely to our cabins so that you as a passenger or crew member will really see and feel the difference.我们称之为“空中巴士飞行空间”,这并非只是另一种营销标语。不!这是代表空中巴士机舱DNA的新品牌,它兼顾舒适、氛围、务和设计的各种首要元素。我们将那独一无二地运用在我们的机舱,好让身为乘客或机组人员的您能真的看见和感受到不同。This isn#39;t tinkering or just in business or first class. Wherever you#39;re seated in an Airbus, including in economy, passengers will experience a new way of flying forever. Here#39;s Ingo again.这不是做做样子或只在商务或头等舱。无论您坐在一架空中巴士的哪里,包含经济舱,乘客们将永远体验一种新的飞行方式。再换Ingo说明。Let#39;s start with the personal space, because that is most important for the passengers. Actually, we have our 18-inch-wide seat, which is a lot wider than our competition. We have an entertainment system solution that gives you full space for your foot and legs under the seat. We also have new bins, with 66 percent more volume that makes it easy and relaxed to arrive and to store your carry-on luggage.让我们从个人空间开始,因为对乘客来说,那是最重要的。事实上,我们拥有18英吋宽的座位,那比我们的竞业对手还要宽许多。我们有能提供你的腿和脚在座位下有足够空间的系统套装。我们还有新的置物箱,多出百分之六十六的空间,让存放您的随身行李更方便轻松。Ambience—what you also see here is about light, the magic of light. We added light con features and a full-color LED system. Finally, services—in terms of services, we provide entertainment system, connectivity system online-fit so that we are truly connected to the world.氛围--您在这另外看到的是灯光,灯光的魔力。我们增设灯光调控功能以及色LED系统。最后,务--就务方面,我们提供能上网的系统、连网系统,如此一来我们才真正和世界接轨。In fact, Airbus#39;s designers have rethought every corner of the cabin. Take the lavatories—you#39;ll barely recognize them.事实上,空中巴士的设计团队重新思考了机舱内的每个角落。拿洗手间来说--你会几乎认不出来。The lavatories actually have now new features in terms of hygiene. So, we add aroma, we add sound, we add color lighting and anti-bacterial surfaces as were indicated that from our passengers as a clear improvement area.洗手间现在其实有全新卫生功能。我们添加香氛、添加音效、添加色灯光以及抗菌表面,因为乘客们曾指出洗手间是个可以改善整洁的区域。Can you have this level of comfort and cheaper tickets? The answer#39;s ;Yes,; because the A330neo#39;s 14 percent more fuel-efficient per seat in the current world.你可以享受这等级的舒适度和便宜点的机票吗?是“可以”,因为A330neo每个座位比现今世界上的还要省百分之十四的油。The A330 offers every passenger in economy class an 18-inch seat. That#39;s one inch wider than our competitors. In first and business class, we have the latest products on the A330. We have the fourth generation of in-flight entertainment, allowing passengers to watch hundreds of movies, communicate with people on the ground or communicate with passengers on board the aircraft. All of that combined with the fuel efficiency gives the A330 a great ride for the passengers at the best possible price.A330提供经济舱的每位乘客18英吋的座位。那比我们的对手宽一英吋。在头等和商务舱,我们在A330上有最新的产品。我们有第四代机上系统,让乘客能观赏数百部电影、与地面的人或机上乘客交流。那全部加上省油特性,让A330能以最优惠的价格提供乘客一趟优质之旅。Close to 200 A330neos have aly been bought by 10 customers, and they don#39;t have to wait long. This is the fastest drawing board-to-delivery of a new airplane Airbus has ever done. But that#39;s another story, and we#39;ll have more on that soon.有近两百架A330neo已被十位客户购买,而且他们不需要等太久。这是空中巴士公司史上做过最快速的新机规划到出货计划。不过那是另一个故事了,我们很快会有关于那的更多信息。 Article/201612/484257

  Babylon is a city of the future.巴比伦被称作未来之城Cosmopolitan, multi-cultural, 它是一座国际化 多文化并存的 a city of many different gods.信奉不同神灵的城市But in this melting pot,但在这大熔炉之中The Jews write into mankind#39;s story a revolutionary idea:犹太人将一种革命性的思想注入了人类故事中Monotheism.那就是一神论All existence created by one god.所有的生灵都由同一个上帝创造Rather than thinking of Yahweh as the highest amongst the gods,他们并不是将耶和华视为众神之首just one of many gods, but the god of Israel.众神之一 而是将其视为以色列的神 The Jews begin to think that perhaps Yahweh is the sole god.犹太人开始思考 也许耶和华就是唯一的上帝But for the Jews of Babylon, 但对于身处巴比伦的犹太人 the word of god is under threat.上帝的意志正受到威胁The city is besieged by the armies of the Persian empire.巴比伦被波斯帝国的军队层层包围If it falls, their fragile writings could go up in flames.如果城市沦陷 那他们的创作便将付之一炬Now one man seizes this moment.而有一个人抓住了这次机会He sees opportunity.他看到了机遇Zerubbabel...他就是所罗巴伯Exiled prince, 他是被流放的王子 descendant of Kings Solomon and David.是所罗门和大卫国王的后代 Article/201510/401671

  Family Christmas meal.圣诞家庭聚餐Divorce.离婚Reminiscing at funerals.在葬礼上追怀旧人Birthday parties weddings.生日聚会 婚礼Friday night down the pub.周末晚泡吧Every Monday Wednesday and Friday.每周一三五饮酒日Some of them will find it really hard to stop.对于一些人 戒酒是个巨大考验I don#39;t think alcohol is a drug.我认为酒不是毒品No it#39;s not a drug.不 就不是毒品I wouldn#39;t say its a drug.我觉得酒不是毒品Inject 29mls of pure alcohol and you die.注射29毫升纯酒精足以致人丧命I don#39;t see it as a drug.我觉得酒不是毒品No. Thats not how I#39;d class it.不 酒不属于那一类So what about me?我的看法呢I think a few words are in order about me and alcohol.可以这样恰切地形容我的饮酒习惯And I#39;m a drinker. I like alcohol.我不仅会喝酒 而且喜欢喝酒And in spite of my fathers serious drinking problems尽管有我父亲严重酗酒作为前车之鉴I like to drink myself.我自己还是喜欢喝酒And as an addiction expert it occurs to me that作为一个戒毒专家 我意识到I don#39;t really know that much about this drug.对于这种成瘾品 我知之甚少And maybe I haven#39;t wanted to find out.也许我甚至都不想去了解 Article/201506/380343。

  Oh it#39;s completely new. By the time you get to the end of the Devonian for the very first time in Earth history噢,它是全新的。到了泥盆纪末期,地球历史上首次出现animals and plants are living on land in a significant, permanent way.动植物以一种重要而永恒的方式在陆地上生活That#39;s, that#39;s brand new and a lot of open niches in that waiting to be exploited.这都是全新的,许多开放的小生境正等着它们去开发Those new niches were the margins of this watery world.这些新的生境正是整个水世界的边缘In the tangle of vegetation limbs with fingers would have given tetrapods a unique advantage over fish.在缠结交错的植被中,拥有长趾头的四肢将使四足动物比鱼更具备独特的优势I think we have to think of these fins or, or limbs, or flims as我想我们应该都认同这些鳍,或者说是肢或腿something that would be used by the animal for moving through more complex environments like swamps,很可能是被用来在沼泽之类的复杂环境中穿梭移动or environments that, where there may have been trees down in channels,或是在树枝掉落进水道的环境中,以及浅水中or just shallow water to pursue prey or to escape the guy who#39;s trying to prey upon you.搜捕猎物和躲避想要吃掉它的天敌And there was most definitely something from which to escape.而且那时的确有需要避让的东西Over and over again Daeschler and his team found evidence of a fish called hyneria, a predator of terrifying proportions.Daeschler和他的小组一次又一次地发现一种叫做含肺鱼的化石据,它是一种体型巨大的恐怖掠食者Hyneria is the most common, lobe-finned fish at this site. It#39;s also the biggest.含肺鱼是整个地方最常见的肉鳍鱼,它也是最大的It#39;s probably two or three metres long.它可能有2--3米长This, this is a single tooth from a large hyneria and these were carnivorous obviously.这是含肺鱼的一颗牙齿,可见它是食肉动物 Article/201703/498468

  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。 Article/201510/398747

  After suffering Chengdu#39;s damp and foggy climate,体验了成都潮湿多雾的气候之后I think I#39;m beginning to understand我想我渐渐明白了why everyone is obsessed为什么这里的每个人都那么痴迷于with this unique combination of spices.这种独特的麻辣组合I mean, it#39;s amazing, the first few days when I was here,我是说 太神奇了 我刚来这里的那几天I felt my bones creaking.感觉骨头都在嘎吱嘎吱响I thought, ;My God, I feel old for the first time.;当时还想着 ;我的天 我第一次觉得我老了;And I noticed since I#39;ve been eating this kind of food,然后我注意到 自从我吃了这种东西之后my joints did not sort of creak我的关节就没有像the way they did the first day.来这里的第一天那样嘎吱作响了The climate might be damp here,这里的气候算是很潮湿的but it#39;s contributed to the area around Chengdu being但是这种气候也造就了成都周边so fertile that Sichuan肥沃的土壤环境is known in China as the land of abundance.在中国 众所周知 四川是个富饶多产的地方But it#39;s not only crops,但这里可不只多产庄稼it also supplies over half the country#39;s pork.四川猪肉占据中国猪肉市场的一半之多My dad kept pigs when I was growing up,我爸爸从我小的时候就开始养猪so I#39;m looking forward to visiting a local pig farmer.所以我很期待拜访当地养猪的农户I#39;m hoping to try my hand at some traditional pork dishes.我想试着去做一些传统的猪肉菜肴Mr Peng is different to most farmers in the region,彭先生和当地大部分农户不一样because his pigs are organic.因为他养的是有机猪Nearly three quarters of all the meat eaten in China is pork.在中国的饮食中 猪肉的几乎占到总肉类的3/4To the Chinese, pigs symbolise virility, and traditionally,对中国人来说 猪象征着活力 一直以来they#39;ve always been an important part of everyday life.在人们生活中都占据着重要部分Wow, they#39;re really hungry. Hello, piggy!天啊 它们真的很饿 你们好啊 小猪And although the Chinese eat every part of the pig,尽管猪身上的每个部位中国人都吃they still get through nearly two million every day.但是每天都有近200万头猪被做成食物With so much pressure to churn out pork,市场对猪肉的大量需求organic farming has not been a priority,使得人们越来越少地选择养殖有机猪so I#39;m happy to discover所以我很高兴地发现Mr Peng is obsessive about his pigs#39; well-being.彭先生很关心他的猪是否能够健康成长He produces and mixes his own feed他自己制作和调配饲料and has a radical and unusual approach to their health.还有一种基本并与众不同的方法来保猪的健康These are all Chinese medicine herbs.这些全都是中草药I still can#39;t believe they eat so well!我还是不能相信 它们吃得这么好Mr Peng#39;s business started slowly,彭先生一开始只是做做小本生意but in the last five years - due to food safety scares但是五年以来 随着人们对食品安全问题的担忧and the expanding middle class和中产阶级的壮大the demand for organic food has quadrupled.人们对有机食物的需求翻了两番He#39;s invited me to his他邀请我到他家里去house to meet his wife and to have some supper.见见他的妻子 顺便吃些便饭In return, I#39;ve offered to cook a dish for them.作为回报 我给他们做了一道菜 Article/201508/393358

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