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So, has everybody heard of CRISPR?有人听说过 CRISPR吗I would be shocked if you hadn#39;t.你没听过我也不感觉很吃惊This is a technology -- it#39;s for genome editing and it#39;s so versatile and so controversial that it#39;s sparking all sorts of really interesting conversations.它是一种基因编辑技术手段 由于其功能多样 备受争议的特点引起了各种各样非常有趣的争议Should we bring back the woolly mammoth? Should we edit a human embryo?我们应该将灭绝的长毛象复活吗 我们应该编辑人类胚胎吗And my personal favorite: How can we justify wiping out an entire species that we consider harmful to humans off the face of the Earth, using this technology?我最喜欢的一个问题是 我们如何将人类使用这项技术使那些我们认为对自己有害的全部物种清除出地球这种做法变得有理可据This type of science is moving much faster than the regulatory mechanisms that govern it.这种科技比控制它本身的常规技术发展的还要快And so, for the past six years, I#39;ve made it my personal mission to make sure that as many people as possible understand these types of technologies and their implications.在过去的六年中 我都将使更多的人了解这种技术和它们的涵义作为自己的使命Now, CRISPR has been the subject of a huge media hype,现在 CRISPR已经成了媒体炒作的焦点and the words that are used most often are ;easy; and ;cheap.;并且被大众媒体贴上了 简单 容易的标签So what I want to do is drill down a little bit deeper and look into some of the myths and the realities around CRISPR.我想将这个话题深入下去 探究CRISPR的奥秘以及现实状况If you#39;re trying to CRISPR a genome, the first thing that you have to do is damage the DNA.如果 你想编辑一个染色体 你得首先破环DNA分子The damage comes in the form of a double-strand break through the double helix.这种破坏需要从双螺旋结构上斩断双链结构And then the cellular repair processes kick in, and then we convince those repair processes to make the edit that we want, and not a natural edit.随后细胞的修复机制开始插手这时我们就可以让这些修复系统来改造我们想要的基因了这不是自然的改造That#39;s how it works. It#39;s a two-part system.这就是这种技术的原理 这是一个两步走的技术You#39;ve got a Cas9 protein and something called a guide RNA.首先要有一个Cas9蛋白质 还有一种向导RNAI like to think of it as a guided missile.可以将其比作定向引导导弹So the Cas9 -- I love to anthropomorphize so the Cas9 is kind of this Pac-Man thing that wants to chew DNA,于是Cas9蛋白质 我喜欢将其拟人化 Cas9 就像是吃豆人中的小圆脸迫不及待地想要吃掉 DNAand the guide RNA is the leash that#39;s keeping it out of the genome until it finds the exact spot where it matches.向导RNA相当于拉住它 使它远离染色体的牵引绳(类似遛)直到它找到特定的位点And the combination of those two is called CRISPR.这两种分子的结合体就叫做 CRISPRIt#39;s a system that we stole from an ancient, ancient bacterial immune system.它是在效仿一种极其古老的细菌免疫系统The part that#39;s amazing about it is that the guide RNA, only 20 letters of it, are what target the system.最令人惊奇的部分是 RNA 虽只有20个有效信息但却是整个结构的定位部分This is really easy to design, and it#39;s really cheap to buy.CRISPR 设计起来非常容易并且价格低廉So that#39;s the part that is modular in the system; everything else stays the same.这种手法已经被模块化 并且一成不变This makes it a remarkably easy and powerful system to use.因此这种技术用起来十分便捷 并且有效The guide RNA and the Cas9 protein complex together go bouncing along the genome,向导 RNA 和 Cas9 蛋白质组成一个整体在染色体上来回穿梭and when they find a spot where the guide RNA matches,当它们发现一个与向导 RNA 吻合的部位时then it inserts between the two strands of the double helix, it rips them apart,就会嵌入双螺旋结构 将其撕裂that triggers the Cas9 protein to cut, and all of a sudden,导致 Cas9 蛋白质开始切割工作 于是突然之间you#39;ve got a cell that#39;s in total panic because now it#39;s got a piece of DNA that#39;s broken.你就让一个细胞处在了极大的恐慌之中因为它的一条 DNA 被破坏What does it do It calls its first responders.这时它该怎么办呢 呼叫现场急救员There are two major repair pathways.细胞有着两种主要的修复机制The first just takes the DNA and shoves the two pieces back together.第一种是直接将断掉的 DNA 接上This isn#39;t a very efficient system, because what happens is sometimes a base drops out or a base is added.这种方法不是最有效的由于有时会多一个链环有时又会少一个It#39;s an OK way to maybe, like, knock out a gene, but it#39;s not the way that we really want to do genome editing.这种方法只能 算撞出一个基因来但不是我们通常想要的基因改造方式The second repair pathway is a lot more interesting.第二种修复机制更为有趣In this repair pathway, it takes a homologous piece of DNA.在这种机制中 细胞会寻找一条相同的 DNAAnd now mind you, in a diploid organism like people,在有着双染色体的生物 比如说人类we#39;ve got one copy of our genome from our mom and one from our dad,我们得到了我们父母 各自的一组染色体so if one gets damaged, it can use the other chromosome to repair it.如果一条 DNA 受损 细胞可以用另外一条来修复它So that#39;s where this comes from.这就是这种技术的原理The repair is made, and now the genome is safe again.修复成功之后 染色体又重获安全The way that we can hijack this is we can feed it a false piece of DNA, a piece that has homology on both ends but is different in the middle.我们将其调包的方法是用一条新的DNA替换中间段两端与原来相同的新DNA来修复它So now, you can put whatever you want in the center and the cell gets fooled.于是你可以随心所欲地将你想要的中间部分安装上去细胞本身却毫无察觉So you can change a letter, you can take letters out,你可以改变基因中的一条信息 也可以删除它but most importantly, you can stuff new DNA in, kind of like a Trojan horse.但最为重要的是你可以像特洛伊木马一样 将一条全新的 DNA 嵌入CRISPR is going to be amazing, in terms of the number of different scientific advances that it#39;s going to catalyze.CRISPR 的作用出人预料 它能推动许多不同领域的科技发展The thing that#39;s special about it is this modular targeting system.它的特殊之处在于这个攻击系统模块I mean, we#39;ve been shoving DNA into organisms for years, right?我们多年来一直尝试着将 DNA 嵌入生物体中But because of the modular targeting system, we can actually put it exactly where we want it.但由于这种模块攻击系统我们能将它放在我们想要的地方The thing is that there#39;s a lot of talk about it being cheap and it being easy.问题是现在有很多关于 它的廉价性和便捷性的话题And I run a community lab.我有一所社区实验室I#39;m starting to get emails from people that say stuff like,并且开始收到人们的来信;Hey, can I come to your open night我能在开放夜来你那吗?and, like, maybe use CRISPR and engineer my genome?;我能用 CRISPR 编辑一下自己的基因吗?Like, seriously. I#39;m, ;No, you can#39;t.; ;But I#39;ve heard it#39;s cheap. I#39;ve heard it#39;s easy.;讲真的 我说 不能 但我听说那很便宜 很简单啊We#39;re going to explore that a little bit. So, how cheap is it? Yeah, it is cheap in comparison.我们谈谈这个吧 究竟有多便宜 相对来说确实便宜It#39;s going to take the cost of the average materials for an experiment from thousands of dollars to hundreds of dollars, and it cuts the time a lot, too.实验所需材料花费从几千美元降至几百美元 还能节约很多时间It can cut it from weeks to days. That#39;s great.几周的工作几天就能完成 这很好You still need a professional lab to do the work in; you#39;re not going to do anything meaningful outside of a professional lab.但你仍需要专业的实验室来做 没有实验室是不可能完成这项技术的I mean, don#39;t listen to anyone who says you can do this sort of stuff on your kitchen table.我是说 别相信那些类似你能在你家厨房做这个实验这种说法It#39;s really not easy to do this kind of work.做这个工程真的不那么容易Not to mention, there#39;s a patent battle going on, so even if you do invent something,更不用说 一场专利之争正在进行 所以即使你有某些重大发现the Broad Institute and UC Berkeley are in this incredible patent battle.布罗德研究所和 UC 伯克利也在为专利权而争斗不休It#39;s really fascinating to watch it happen,隔岸观火很有趣because they#39;re accusing each other of fraudulent claims因为他们都在不断控诉对方 称其发布诬告性言论and then they#39;ve got people saying, ;Oh, well, I signed my notebook here or there.;他们中的有人常常说 我在我的笔记本上到处都记了笔记This isn#39;t going to be settled for years.这件事好几年都没完And when it is, you can bet you#39;re going to pay someone a really hefty licensing fee in order to use this stuff.即使真的解决了到那时你就得为使用这项技术付高昂的费用So, is it really cheap? Well, it#39;s cheap if you#39;re doing basic research and you#39;ve got a lab.所以它真的便宜吗 如果你有自己的实验室 并且在做基础学科实验的话 确实很便宜How about easy? Let#39;s look at that claim. The devil is always in the details.容易吗 现在我们来谈谈这个 魔鬼总藏在深处We don#39;t really know that much about cells. They#39;re still kind of black boxes.我们仍然不十分了解细胞 他们就像是一个黑匣子For example, we don#39;t know why some guide RNAs work really well and some guide RNAs don#39;t.比如说 我们不知道为什么有一些RNA十分好用有一些却不好使We don#39;t know why some cells want to do one repair pathway and some cells would rather do the other.我们也不知道为什么 一些细胞采用一种修复机制另一些采用另外一种And besides that, there#39;s the whole problem of getting the system into the cell in the first place.除了这些以外在一开始 将这个系统植入细胞时同样面临着问题In a petri dish, that#39;s not that hard, but if you#39;re trying to do it on a whole organism, it gets really tricky.在培养皿中 这不是很难可是如果是整个生物体那就很麻烦了It#39;s OK if you use something like blood or bone marrow those are the targets of a lot of research now.采用血液或是骨髓是可行的它们也是现在的研究重点There was a great story of some little girl who they saved from leukemia有个关于一位女孩的奇迹 她患了白血病by taking the blood out, editing it, and putting it back with a precursor of CRISPR.最后通过将血取出 人为将其改造后放回人体最终痊愈——用的是CRISPR的前期技术And this is a line of research that people are going to do.这是一种人们希望从事的研究But right now, if you want to get into the whole body, you#39;re probably going to have to use a virus.但是如果你想针对整个人体可能就要用到病毒了So you take the virus, you put the CRISPR into it, you let the virus infect the cell.采集病毒以后 将 CRISPR 放进去你需要让病毒感染细胞But now you#39;ve got this virus in there, and we don#39;t know what the long-term effects of that are.但只要你将病毒注入细胞内部就可能出现长期的副作用Plus, CRISPR has some off-target effects, a very small percentage, but they#39;re still there.而且 CRISPR 还有一些伤及无辜的攻击行为只占很小一部分—— 但总是存在的What#39;s going to happen over time with that?一段时间过后又会发生什么呢These are not trivial questions, and there are scientists that are trying to solve them, and they will eventually, hopefully, be solved.这不是小事 有科学家一直想要解决这些问题 而且它们最终会被解决 很有这种可能But it ain#39;t plug-and-play, not by a long shot. So: Is it really easy?但研究需要时间 这种方法真的容易吗Well, if you spend a few years working it out in your particular system, yes, it is.在经过几年的深入研究之后它才真正变得容易Now the other thing is, we don#39;t really know that much about how to make a particular thing happen by changing particular spots in the genome.还有一个问题是我们不知道怎样通过改变染色体中的某个部位来达到我们想要的目的We#39;re a long way away from figuring out how to give a pig wings, for example.我们现在还无法获知怎样使一只猪长出翅膀Or even an extra leg -- I#39;d settle for an extra leg.或是多长一条腿 就拿这个举例That would be kind of cool, right?那会十分有趣 不是吗But what is happening is that CRISPR is being used by thousands and thousands of scientists to do really, really important work,但是现在成千上万名科学家正在将CRISPR这项技术应用于很重要的工程中like making better models of diseases in animals, for example, or for taking pathways that produce valuable chemicals构建更好的动物疾病模型 或是找到可用的化学物质生产方法and getting them into industrial production in fermentation vats, or even doing really basic research on what genes do.用它们进行工业生产和发酵甚至是有关基因功能的基本研究This is the story of CRISPR we should be telling, and I don#39;t like it that the flashier aspects of it are drowning all of this out.这就是 CRISPR 的故事 我不想让它浮华的那一面将它真正的光芒掩盖了Lots of scientists did a lot of work to make CRISPR happen,很多科学家都为制造CRISPR做出了很多贡献and what#39;s interesting to me is that these scientists are being supported by our society. Think about it.让我感到欣慰的是 这些科学家得到了社会的广泛持 想一想We#39;ve got an infrastructure that allows a certain percentage of people to spend all their time doing research.我们有着能够让一小部分人愿意倾其一生从事科学研究的机构That makes us all the inventors of CRISPR, and I would say that makes us all the shepherds of CRISPR.这使得我们都成为CRISPR技术的发明者 而我想强调的是那也使我们成为这项技术的引领者We all have a responsibility.我们都需要有很强的责任感So I would urge you to really learn about these types of technologies,所以我迫切地希望你们能够真正地了解这项技术because, really, only in that way are we going to be able to guide the development of these technologies,因为只有这样我们才能掌控这些技术的发展the use of these technologies and make sure that, in the end, it#39;s a positive outcome for both the planet and for us. Thanks.引导这些技术的应用方向 确保这项技术最终能够给地球和人类都带来好的结果 谢谢大家 Article/201706/515035。

Gavin, let me ask you a question, you know, #39;cause you a big star on the Internet and everything加文,我问你个问题,我知道你是网络红人,and you got that beautiful girlfriend sitting over there and y#39;all go on dates and everything.你还有个漂亮的女朋友和你约会,等等诸如此类吧。Do you have groupies? I have Gavin#39;s Groupies.你有粉丝吗?我有加文的粉丝。You have Gavin#39;s Groupies? Yes, we raise money for research in LCA.你有加文的粉丝?是,我们为LCA的研究筹钱。What is LCA? It#39;s a type of blindness.什么是LCA?它是一种视障疾病。It looks like 150 people have this type of blindness.大约有150人有这种疾病。So it#39;s really rare, huh? Yes, it#39;s rare.这种疾病很少见,对吗?是的。You had it since birth?你出生就有吗?Yeah, I was born with LCA. I was named after the foundation,我出生就有。我是以这个基金会而命名而,but my mom#39;s the vice president and my dad#39;s the president, but I don#39;t know why they didn#39;t put me on the board.我妈妈是副主席,爸爸是主席,但我不知道他们为什么不把我放在基金会里。And I was named after it. How dare you, guys! Yeah.但我是以这个基金而命名的。你们太大胆了!You know what I#39;m saying? You know what I#39;m saying?你知道我想说什么吗?你知道我想说什么吗?I don#39;t want to leave Little Big Shots.我不想离开“小小达人秀”。No, you not. Hey, man, you one of the biggest stars we#39;ve had on here.你不会离开的,你是“小小达人秀”最伟大的明星之一。Mr. Harvey. Yes? I love you.哈维先生,怎么了?我爱你。I love you, too, man. I love you, too, man. Yeah, I do.我也爱你。我也爱你。我也爱你。嗯You know why I love you? Mm, no.你知道我为什么这么说?不知道。#39;Cause a few reasons. First of all, you have soul. And you come out here.因为几个原因,第一是你有灵魂。你来到这个舞台。In your soul, you judge people for who they are and not what they look like.在你的灵魂里,你判断别人的标准不是长相而是内容。So aly, you just know how to judge people the right way.所以,你已经知道如何正确判断了。See, most people don#39;t have that type of soul.多数人没有你这样的灵魂。They are so busy looking at them and coming away with the wrong opinion without even getting to know people.因为他们总是急于看表面,总是在真正了解他人之前就做出了错误的决定。So that#39;s for number one. You got soul.这是第一,你有灵魂。And then the second reason I love you, man, is #39;cause you brave第二个原因是你勇敢,#39;cause you done come out here, and you ain#39;t letting nothing stop you.你勇敢做自己,且没有退缩。And then the third reason I love you is #39;cause you#39;re 7 years old and you got a 15-year-old girlfriend!第三个原因是你只有7岁,而你有一个15岁的女朋友!Hey, man, what you gonna sing tonight? The National Anthem. The National Anthem.你今晚想唱什么歌?国歌。国歌。Audience, do you want to hear the National Anthem?朋友们,想听国歌吗?He grabbed everybody#39;s attention singing the National Anthem in sports stadiums all across America.加文因在全美运动场歌唱国歌而获得关注。Everybody, please rise for the National Anthem. Here#39;s Gavin!在场的所有人,请起立。下面是加文的国歌演唱!O say, can you see啊!你可看见,By the dawn#39;s early light在晨曦初现时。What so proudly we hailed是什么让我们如此骄傲?At the twilight#39;s last gleaming在黎明的最后一道曙光中欢呼,Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight是谁的旗帜在激战中始终高扬!O#39;er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming我们看到要塞上那面英勇的旗帜,And the rockets#39; red glare烈火熊熊,The bombs bursting in air炮声隆隆,Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there在黑暗过后依然耸立!O say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave啊!你说那星条旗是否会静止,O#39;er the land of the free and the home of the brave你看星条旗将永远高高飘扬,在这自由国家,勇士的家乡。Everybody, show your love! Give your love for Gavin! Gavin in the building!朋友们,为加文热情鼓掌!太棒了! Article/201706/513345。

栏目简介:;Shanghai Live; focuses on big events in the city and major issues around the world, and presents them in a practical and audience-friendly manner to meet the ever-evolving needs of Shanghai#39;s English-speaking viewers,both local and expatriate.《直播上海英语电台》集中报道城市大事件以及全球热点话题,并以观众喜闻乐见的方式呈现给大家,从而满足上海本地以及上海海外人士的英语需求。 Article/201606/450947。

The ed States plans to impose new sanctions on Syria.美国计划对叙利亚实施新制裁。Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin made the announcement Friday when he briefed reporters on President Donald Trump#39;s meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping.周五,美国财政部长的史蒂文·姆努钦发布了这项宣布,并介绍了唐纳德·特朗普总统会见中国国家主席习近平。Although he didn#39;t give a specific time frame, Mnuchin said the sanctions ;will be coming out in the near future.;虽然他没有给出具体的时间框架,姆努钦说,制裁”将在不久的将来”实施。He also didn#39;t mention details, but he did call them a ;very important tool; they#39;d use ;to the maximum effect.;他也没有提及细节,但他称其是他们将使用的“非常重要工具”以达到最大效果。Mnuchin#39;s announcement follows U.S. missile strikes on a Syrian air base. The strikes were retaliation for a chemical attack on civilians believed to be carried by out by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad#39;s regime.此前,美国向叙利亚的空军基地发动导弹袭击。此次袭击是为了报复向平民发动化学袭击,这被认为是叙利亚总统巴沙尔·阿萨德政权所为。Earlier Friday, U.S. Ambassador to the ed Nations Nikki Haley said the U.S. is ;prepared to do more, but we hope that will not be necessary.;周五早些时候,美国驻联合国大使尼基·哈利称,美国“准备好采取更多行动,但我们希望这将是没有必要的”。译文属。 Article/201704/502815。

In the pash desert,the Berbers, the ancient Roman tribes in Sahara,show me the key to their survival,in this inhospitable lands.在炎热的沙漠 巴巴里人 撒哈拉的古罗马部落 向我展示了他们在这片寸草不生的土地上 生存的技巧Every Berber has a mental map of just worthwhile.And this is a real skill of these Berber families,每一位巴巴里人都 能做到心中有数 这些巴巴里家庭 拥有真正的技能as this knowledge just pass down from generation to generation of knowing where these wells are on the desert these underground pockets of water.这些知识 代代相传 能够找到沙漠中的水井 藏水的地下口袋And it#39;s knowledge really means these guys are the ultimate Sahara Desert survivors.正是这项知识体现了 这些人才是撒哈拉沙漠的最终幸存者In Panama, the Embera Tribe have survived in the juggles for centuries,take something much stronger than water.在巴拿马 恩贝拉部落 在丛林里生活了几个世纪之久 他们习惯喝一种比水强烈的饮料Wow, it#39;s like a great cocktails, isn#39;t it?Have an embrassing weakness for Pina Coladas. This is gonna rival Pina Coladas.Okay.好像鸡尾酒 是吗 我受不了凤梨园 这可以和凤梨园相提并论 好的What they didn#39;t tell me is that they add the saliva from the village elders to help it ferment.他们没告诉我 为了促进发酵 他们添加了一些老人的唾液I think I need something to clear my head.In many cultures,it#39;s polite to accept your host#39;s hospitality,even when it#39;s a goat private part on offer.我需要理清头绪 在很多文明中 接受主人的款待是一种礼貌 甚至是山羊的私密处He#39;s gonna to cut into that and then he#39;s gonna eat one of them.他将要切开 然后吃掉 其中一个And then, as a honored guest,he wants to give me the other one.之后 作为 一名光荣的客人 他会把另一个给我It#39;s traditional for Berber man to eat goat testicles.吃山羊睾丸是巴巴里人的传统Their thought to enhance fatality and it certainly gonna be a test to my manhood.这不仅会增加患病概率 还是对我男人本色的考验That hurts just to look at it.Merci. Merci Now must say, I#39;ve never never eat it raw goat testicles before.Merci, Mohammed光看着就难受 谢谢 谢谢 现在 不得不说 我从来没吃过生的山羊睾丸 谢谢你 默罕默德 Article/201605/444796。

从零开始学口语 第13讲:约会(上) 相关专题:英语口语社交美语五分钟英语快餐日常口语会话120分钟 /200808/45764。

In or out of the European Union?留欧还是脱欧?The question on the ballot paper was simple, but the divisions exposed by last year#39;s referendum cut far deeper.选票上的问题很简单,但去年公投所暴露的分歧却进一步加深了。One of the best predictors of how you voted in the referendum was what values you hold,全民公投中,你如何投票的的最佳预测指标之一,是你所持有的价值观,whether you’re a social liberal or a social conservative.无论你是社会自由民主党还是保守党。One of the best predictors of a vote for Brexit was whether you believed in the death penalty or not.是否投票持脱离欧盟的最佳预测指标之一,是你是否相信和赞同死刑。And that#39;s very American, I mean, values didn’t really figure in our politics up to now.这一点特别美国化。我的意思是,到现在为止,我们的价值观并没有真正体现在政治立场上。Britain’s general election earlier this month underlined the country’s political realignment.本月初举行的英国大选凸显了其政治格局的调整与改变。The ancient city of Canterbury had been a stronghold of the ruling Conservative party since 1918自1918年起,坎特伯雷古城一直是执政党保守党的传统选区,but fell to socialist Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party, the primary reason? Revenge for Brexit.但杰里米·科尔宾领导的工党最后赢得了这一选区。这其中的主要原因是什么呢?对脱欧采取的一种报复方式。Brexit has played an enormous role here.脱欧发挥了巨大的作用。I think young people who, for the most part voted to remain and then saw to their astonishment that, you know,我认为,大多数投票希望英国留在欧盟的年轻人真的很失望,尤其让他们感到惊讶的是,the rest of the ed Kingdom and indeed Kent, you know, voted to leave, were genuinely disappointed.英国其他地区,包括肯特郡的选民投票脱离欧盟。Brexit was widely seen as part of 2016’s populist surge that swept Donald Trump to power in the ed States.英国脱欧被广泛认为是2016年民粹主义浪潮的一部分,这也使得唐纳德·特朗普在美国掌权。In calling this month’s election, British Prime Minister Theresa May appears to have mis that surge.在本月的选举中,英国首相特蕾莎·梅似乎误读了这一浪潮。The parties are struggling to align themselves with how the British people vote or feel about issues.各党派正在努力使自身与英国民众的投票立场或看待问题的感受一致。Are we seeing a move toward a more values-based political system? Yes, to some extent, just like in the ed States.我们是在朝着建立在价值观基础上的政治制度迈进吗?在某种程度上,是的,这和美国很像。And we’re seeing that all over the democratic world as well, to varying degrees.”而且我们在不同程度上,可以看到在整个民主化的世界也是这样。”Even as traditional party loyalties break down, support for the two established parties,虽然英国民众对传统党派的持减弱,但人们对两大老牌政党,Conservatives and Labour — hit 82 percent, the highest since 1970.保守党和工党的持率仍高达百分之八十二,这是自1970年以来的最高纪录。Compare that to France where the two traditional parties,而在法国,两大传统政党,the Republicans and Socialists, were heavily defeated by centrist newcomer Emmanuel Macron.共和党和社会党双双溃败,最终,中间派候选人埃马纽埃尔·马克龙后来居上,赢得法国大选。Henry Ridgwell, for VOA News, London.VOA新闻,亨利·里奇维尔于伦敦为您播报。 Article/201707/516806。

I always encourage the crew to try the things that I find.我总是鼓励工作人员 尝尝我找到的东西Deep under ground in Belize I discovered a monster of an insect.在贝里斯的地下洞穴 我发现了一只昆虫怪物And all of the sudden, everybody lost the appetite.突然之间 所有人都倒了胃口Flaming Nora.Look. How a size of that.You see that? It#39;s a webbed scorpion.难以置信 看啊 看那只的个头 你看到了吗 一只织网的蝎子It#39;s like a cross between a scorpion and a spider.Let#39;s see if I#39;m getting it down.它像是蝎子和蜘蛛的串种 看看我能不能把它弄下来Webbed scorpions are found in caves and rock crevices,they#39;re weird-looking,but they#39;re not venomous.织网蝎经常会在洞穴和石缝里找到 他们长相怪异 但是无毒的I#39;ve eaten scorpions before,but nothing like this.我之前也吃过蝎子 但从未试过这种He#39;s just gonna pull this thing down.And it just looked like something out of alien.Bingo.他把那个东西弄了下来 那就像是个外星怪物 就是他了Look at the size of that.I don#39;t know where you begin to eat it.And... stuffed it in his mouth.瞧瞧它的大小 真不知从何下口 然后塞进自己的嘴里And my chin just hit the floor and I just thought I can#39;t believe you#39;ve just done that bite.我顿时瞠目结舌了 我就在想 无法相信你竟然下口了probably the back end,that#39;s why a bit I got.That is a big meal.可能吃到屁股了 所以味道怪怪的 真是顿大餐啊That wasn#39;t what I was looking for,but any food is good food,when you#39;ve got difficult to ring ahead.虽然那不是我们想找的吃的 但任何食物都是有益的 尤其是在你很难快速前进的时候Look at this!The secret of survival is knowing what you can eat and what you can#39;t.快看看这个 求生的秘诀就是了解哪些能吃 而哪些不能吃But getting it wrong can be disasters.That#39;s a giant centruroides.如果搞错了 可能会招来横祸 那是一只巨型刺尾蝎These are pretty vicious. Stand back of it.These are wolves.Vicious. And they look... Whoa.这种虫子很邪恶 站得离它远点 他们是虫中之狼 很凶残 而他们长得Giant centruroides are agressive predators,delivering paralyzing venom through needle sharp pincers.巨型刺尾蝎是种极具攻击性的掠食动物 它能通过如针般尖锐钳子 释放出具有麻痹性的毒液 Article/201606/448243。