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襄阳龟头有很小的痘痘怎么办襄阳龟头炎怎么检测Afterglow 夕照,晚霞Heres an experiment you can try: look at something bright relative to its surroundings, such as a lamp or a sunny window, for ten seconds without blinking. Then shut your eyes and cover them over with your hands.你可以尝试这样的试验:不眨眼盯着看相对周围而言光亮的东西十秒钟,比如,一盏灯或洒满阳光的窗户;接着闭上眼睛且双手蒙住。You will find that the lamp or window still seem to be hovering in front of you, quite visible at first and only gradually fading away. Yet your eyes are closed and your hands are blocking them completely — so where is the light coming from?你会发现那盏灯或窗户依旧浮现在眼前,最开始清晰得很,又慢慢消失。可是,你不是闭眼了吗?况且双手不是严实地蒙住了吗?那么,光线从何而来?The answer is that the afterglow light you see isnt really light at all. Its the result of residual activity of the nerve cells on the back of your eye, called the retina. In sensory psychology this effect is called a ;positive afterimage;.是残留的余光根本不是真正的光芒。其实这是视网膜(眼后的神经细胞)的痕迹作用。感官心理学将这种现象称作“正后像”。You can think of it as something like the vibration of a string after it has been struck. The players finger is taken away, and yet the sound continues, because the energy she or he put into the string takes a little while to dissipate.你可以将“正后像”视为拨动后琴弦的振动。弹琴者手指离开了琴,而琴音依旧。因为琴弦上的能量需要点时间消退。Its a similar situation with your eyes. In order to respond usefully to such a relatively faint signal as light, the cells in the retina need to be very sensitive. Over-stimulate them and some will continue responding for a couple of seconds after the stimulus is removed.视觉的情况也类似,视网膜细胞的感光十分敏感以便及时感知像光线般微弱的信号。受到过度刺激的视网膜细胞,部分在刺激后持续反应。Of course, the only thing we ever ;see;, really, is the activation of our retinal cells — thats what our brains interpret as light from the outside world. So for as long as it takes for them to calm down, you will continue to see a faint glow of light — even though nothing is there.当然,唯一我们“看到”的是视网膜细胞的激活也就是大脑解读的:外界的光线。所以,只要刺激后需要时间平复,你就能持续看到微弱的灯光,虽然,实际上并不存在。 /201210/206663襄樊看前列腺炎好吗 Roger Payne罗杰·佩恩Roger Payne, alpinist and avalanche expert, died on July 12th, aged 55罗杰·佩恩,登山家,雪崩专家。7月13日遇难,年仅55岁。MOST climbers simply chafe to reach the tops of mountains. Roger Payne was different. Although he had several first ascents to his name—Mount Grosvenor in China, Khan Tengri and Pobeda in Kazakhstan, in a career spanning 30 years—his priority was to go lightly, and leave no trace. His heroes were the alpinists of the early 20th century, George Mallory, Tom Longstaff, Freddie Chapman and the rest, who had climbed the worlds greatest peaks in tweed jackets and leather boots. Like them, he went in a tiny team, often only with his wife, Julie-Ann Clyma, who was also a mountaineer. He took no oxygen, and avoided using fixed ropes. Every piece of rubbish or equipment was brought down off the mountain: not only his own, but also the tattered tents and empty cartons discarded by other people. In 1993, on K2, he also found and carried down the light, clean bones and ragged clothing of Art Gilkey, an American climber swept away by an avalanche in 1953. 大多数登山者爬到山顶的时候,身上都少不了各种绳带的勒痕。罗杰·佩恩(Roger Payne)却非如此。虽然他在30年的登山生涯中初次登过中国的格罗夫纳山,哈萨克斯坦的汗腾格里峰和托木尔峰——但他登山时优先考虑的是轻装上阵,不留踪迹。他心目中的英雄大都是20世纪初期的登山家,有乔治·马洛里(George Mallory)、汤姆·隆斯塔夫(Tom Longstaff)、弗雷迪·查普曼(Freddie Chapman)等人,他们都是仅靠一身花呢上装和一双皮靴就征了众多世界高峰的人。和他们一样,罗杰·佩恩也是以小队形式登山,而且常常是他与妻子(朱利安·克里玛(Julie-Ann Clyma),也是一名登山者)只身二人出征。他不带氧气装置,也不用固定绳,而且还会把登山路上看到的垃圾和废弃的登山用具从山上带下来:除了自己的废弃物,他还会捡拾别人扔掉的破帐篷和被遗弃的空箱子盒子什么的。在他1993年攀登乔戈里峰(K2)的时候,他还发现并带回了美国登山者阿特·吉尔凯(Art Gilkey)(于1953年,死于雪崩)的遗物,包括几块较轻且干净的尸骨和一些破旧的衣物。He went lightly and purposefully, but with great care. The mountains he loved so passionately were fickle, and demanded vigilance. Lithe and smiling, proud of his “boot-shaped” and blister-proof feet, he moved on exposed rock faces with the grace of a dancer and the fearlessness of a boy. He did things right: tents were dug in with proper snow-walls, supplies stored in well-marked snow-holes, attempts quickly abandoned if tiredness or bad weather struck. He would never push his luck on mountains, though he himself was never tired, leaping up from a schnapps-heavy evening to pull on his head-torch for a 1am start, and in booming cockney (“Are you climbing, or what?”) encouraging laggards onwards and upwards.虽然他轻装上阵,目标明确,但也十分小心谨慎。他钟爱那些天气变化莫测需要他打起十二分精神来攀登的山。靠着他引以为傲的“靴子形”长满老茧的脚,只见肢体轻盈,面带笑容的他像一名舞者在裸露的岩石上移来跳去,像个孩子一般无所畏惧。无论是用雪球把帐篷架敲入地里,把给养裹在有明细标记的雪洞里,还是在身感疲惫或遭遇恶劣天气时的快速全身而退,他总是把事情做得干净利落。他体力超人,既可以一夜之间摆脱醉醺醺的状态投入到凌晨一点攀登中去,又可以鼓励士气,激励那些来自伦敦东区的懒汉继续前行(比如会质问他们:你是来登山的,还是干什么的?)。但即便如此,他也从不对爬山心存侥幸。As he went, despite the stream of merry chatter about the relative merits of waterproof fabrics, or the perfect pH of beer, he was on the watch. For snow that was fresh and powdery, or piled into a cornice; for slopes that were too steep; for debris of fallen rocks, or the mid-morning heat of the sun. All these were omens of avalanches. He was expert on them, teaching climbers and students—especially in the Alps, where he lived later on—to recognise the warning signs, and developing a safety code that came to be used across Europe.尽管他生前开过许多关于防水织物相对优点,啤酒最佳酸碱度的玩笑,但他走后还是守望着这些大山。雪呈现粉状并且看起来像是刚下不久的样子,或者呈堆积起的雪檐状;山坡极度陡峭;有坠落的岩石碎片或者上午10时光热强烈。以上几点都是雪崩的前兆。他是这方面的专家,并且生前教登山者和学生们,尤其是住在阿尔卑斯山(他后来居住的地方)附近的人们如何识别这些前兆,并且他们的理论已经写进了欧洲登山者的安全守则。He knew avalanches at close quarters—at times, way too close. On Pumari Chhish in Pakistan in 1999 he and Julie-Ann had spent five nights trapped on an icefield, with avalanches breaking over their tent. On Nanda Devi East in 1994 they had to descend an avalanche, and just made it; but he had taken the precaution of appeasing the mountain gods with a prayer-flag planted at the summit. Like the Romantic poets (like Byrons Childe Harold, which he would e in reams, word-perfect, as he climbed), he believed that mountains were sublime. He had a special love for the compactness of Sikkim, squeezed between Tibet and India, whose elegant, shining peaks he helped open again to mountaineering. A camera went with him always, strapped tight against his sternum, to record for others the beauty he saw. But some of his favourite ations weighed up the beauty against the risk.他曾经近距离经历过雪崩——并且有几次离雪崩太近。1999年,在一次他与妻子攀登普马里基仕峰(位于巴基斯坦境内)的过程中被雪崩埋住了帐篷,夫妻二人被困在一块冰原上度过了5个夜晚。1994年在攀登楠达德维峰的时候他们不得不从一处刚经历雪崩的地方下山,最后他们死里逃生。但之前他已经采取了预防措施,就是用一幅插在山顶的祈祷旗来抚慰山神。像浪漫主义诗人(比如,他常常在登山的时候大量诵读拜伦《恰尔德·哈洛尔德游记》中的句子,并且一字不差)一样,他也认为山是庄严的。他对挤在中印边境上的锡金邦的紧致情有独钟。在他的努力下,得以让此地优雅而又闪耀着光芒的山峰重新对登山者开放。登山的时候,他习惯把相机紧紧地绑在胸前,以便分享他眼前看到的美景。但他最喜欢引用的一些句子都对美景和其背后的风险做了权衡。201207/191745Mike: I like the look of that pair over there. What do you think?麦克:我喜欢那边的那双鞋。你觉得它怎么样?Amanda: The leather pair? Good choice. Leather shoes allow your feet to breathe, so they wont get all sweaty and smelly.阿曼达:皮质的那双吗?挺不错。皮质的鞋子可以让你的脚自由呼吸,这样话,你的脚就不会出汗,也不会发臭。Mike: They even have special insoles to support the arches of my feet. Thats going to make a big difference when I go jogging. Perhaps I wont get cramps so much now.麦克:这双鞋还有特制的鞋垫来撑我的足弓。这对我慢跑时很有好处;;也许不会像现在这样经常抽筋。Amanda: If you wanted, you could buy the same pair without laces. Im not a big fan of Velcro straps though. I think they look ugly.阿曼达:如果你看中了,你可以买双和这双一样但没有鞋带的鞋。我不喜欢尼龙搭扣那样的款式,我觉得它们太丑陋了。Mike: Yeah. Me too. Well, Im going to try them on to see how they feel.麦克:嗯。我也不喜欢那样的。好了,我要去试一下,看看感觉如何。Amanda: Dont forget to make sure they dont pinch anywhere, or youll soon be limping along with horrible blisters.阿曼达:记住,千万不能卡脚, 不然你的脚就会起泡,走起路来一瘸一拐。Mike: Theyre a bit tight. Could you get me a shoehorn? Oh, and one more thing, could you ask how much they are going to cost me?麦克:有点紧。帮忙给我找个鞋拔。对了,还有一件事,你能帮我问一下这双鞋多少钱吗?Amanda: Do you have a price in mind?阿曼达:你心里就没个底儿吗?Mike: Err ... I was thinking of spending about NT,000.麦克:哦;;我的预算大约是新台币4,000元。Amanda: Wow! You must have struck it rich overnight. How about a less extravagant pair, so you have enough left over to take me out to dinner!阿曼达:哗!你是不是一夜暴富了?能不能买双便宜点的,剩下的钱请我吃饭!201202/172342襄阳最好的皮肤医院地址

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宜城市中医院泌尿科咨询Eat, But Dont Drink Up吃东西,别喝太多Well. In a recent study on nutrition, participants spent one month drinking a sugary beverage, and another month eating a solid, sugary food.近日,科学家做了一项有关营养的研究,测试者在一个月内喝含糖饮料;而另一月吃含糖固体食物。Anyway the researchers monitored the participants weight and eating habits. It turned out that they gained more weight in the month that they were drinking the extra calories than they did in the month they were eating them.研究人员观察了受测者的饮食习惯和体重。研究结果表示,相比固体食物,受测者在喝含糖饮料的那个月体重增加的更多。But arent extra calories just extra calories?但是,增加的体重不就是吃下的热量吗?Yes. But apparently solids and liquids dont digest the same way in our bodies. When you eat solids, you get full. So participants unconsciously ended up eating less of something else to compensate, which made up for some of those extra calories.是的,但是,很显然,固体和液体在体内消化的方式不同。吃固体的食物有饱腹感。所以,受测者会无意识地不多吃,而喝饮料无饱腹感,就会吃其它的食物来补充,这样反而吃得更多。When you drink, it doesnt really affect your hunger pangs because it doesnt fill you up, and so youll probably end up eating the same amount whether you drink water or drink beer.因为喝饮料并不能饱腹,所以喝饮料并不足减少饥饿感。所以,你可能最好注意喝饮料和饮酒,同样会让你长胖。Right. So these findings may help explain why Americans have gained so much weight over the past decade, even as fat consumption and exercise levels have remained more or less the same.这些研究就解释了及时脂肪消耗和运动水平和过去几十年想当,为何美国人却长胖了这么多。So fat is entirely to blame after all?那么,脂肪就是罪魁祸首吗?Not all by itself apparently. We simply cant continue to ignore all those extra calories people are getting from beverages like beer, whole milk, juice, sugary sodas, high protein shakes,sport drinks, specialty coffees and teas.当然并非如此,我们不能再忽视其它饮料酒水途径:啤酒、全脂奶、果汁、含糖苏打水、高蛋白奶昔、运动饮料、特色咖啡还有茶。Enough! Enough! I get it!够了!我懂了!Just try to control yourself, Don. Moderation is the key!你要学会控制自己,适度饮食才是关键。 /201211/211074 THE old Rackspace headquarters was stuffed to the gills. In 2007 the company, which offers cloud-computing and web-hosting services, had more than 1,000 employees in downtown San Antonio. People were crammed at folding tables in the hallway. They often had to go to a different building or shuttle around the lifts to talk to people in other departments.Rackspace公司总部的旧楼曾人满为患。该公司提供云计算和主机托管务,2007年在圣安东尼奥市区已拥有1000多名员工。公司走廊里放了很多折叠桌,连这里都挤满了人。要是想找其他部门的人谈点事,都得跑到另一栋楼或者坐几个来回的升降梯才行。Still, when Graham Weston, the company’s co-founder and chairman, suggested that they move into a shopping mall, staff were sceptical. The mall was vacant. Its site, the encircled suburb of Windcrest, was slightly grotty, not least because of the huge dead mall right off the highway.即便如此,当公司的创建人之一兼主席Graham Weston表示他们要搬到一家购物中心时,员工们都还将信将疑。那时候商场是空置的,地点位于Windcrest这个被包围着的郊区,外观不太好看,相当重要的原因是这座空无一人的大型商场正位于公路的出口处。Building a campus from scratch, however, would have taken several years at least. Anyway, the place was cheap. “Nobody wants a mall any more,” says John Engates, the chief technology officer. Except Rackspace, and others like it, who have come to see a dead mall as a blank canvas. In 2008 it opened its new headquarters, and won a prize for community economic development. Now it has more than 3,000 workers on site, withplans to hire hundreds more by the end of the year.不过要想从零开始建立一座办公楼至少得花上几年的时间,而且不管怎么说,用现成的购物中心是比较省钱的作法。“现在已经没人想要购物中心了”技术总监John Engates说到。如今只有Rackspace,和其余像它那样把空置商城看作是一张空白画布的公司对购物中心还有好感。2008年Rackspace的新总部投入使用,还得了一项“社会经济发展”奖。如今,现场的员工有3000多人,计划到今年年底还要雇用几百人。Plenty of enclosed malls are, of course, still thriving. And after several abstemious years, shoppers are perking up. In February, according to the Commerce Department, retail sales were 1.1% higher than they had been in January—higher than expected, and a welcome sign of recovery.当然,还是有为数众多的封闭式商场生意很好。经历了几年节制消费,购物者们又活跃了起来。根据美国商务部的数据,2月份的零售额同比1月份增加了1.1%——比预期值高,是可喜的复苏迹象。But many American malls had run into trouble before the recession started, and the country’s nascent recovery is not likely to revive them. America’s retail sector is probably overbuilt; in the fourth quarter of 2011, according to the National Association of Realtors, its vacancy rate was 16.9%. Malls are vulnerable to systemic shocks; if an “anchor” stores closes, or if vacancies linger, other vendors quickly suffer. And many of the malls that were built in the heyday of the genre are starting to look shopsoiled. The new fashion is for mixed-use developments, or the outdoor malls that are designed to look like a friendly downtown shopping district. In some cities, people are returning to actual downtown shopping districts, as new urbanists always dreamed they would.但是许多美国人开办的购物中心在经济衰退期来临前就已陷入困境,而美国新生的复苏势头不太可能让他们得到复苏。美国的零售业很可能建设过度了,根据美国房产经纪人协会的统计,2011年第四季度的房屋空置率为16.9%。购物中心容易遭受系统冲击带来的影响,如果某家“锚”店停业了,或者房屋持续空置,其余的商家也很快遭殃。还有很多类似在繁荣时期建立起来的购物中心开始变得陈旧起来。新的时尚是提倡“多用途混合式发展”的建筑群,即户外购物中心要建得像个市中心的购物区。在一些城市里,人们回归故态,爱去真正的市中心购物区,这可是新生代城市规划家梦寐以求的事。The result is that even if Americans are heading back to shops, they may not be heading to malls. That has left many cities and suburbs with dead and dying malls on their hands: boxes of blight surrounded by acres of hot asphalt.因此,即使美国人又开始购物了,却未必会去购物中心这样的地方。这就导致许多城市及郊区出现一些停业和即将停业的购物中心亟待处理——这些毫无生气的像盒子似的建筑,周围是大片炎热的沥青地(指周围的停车场)。Some of these will be used as canvasses for graffiti. Some will be razed. Others, happily, will find another purpose. One strategy is to turn the mall itself into a mixed-use development. The Natick, a high-end mall in Boston, has added condominiums. Another idea is to bring in unconventional tenants. In Cleveland, Ohio, part of a mall has been given over to indoor gardens, with the idea that it might be a model for other urban agriculture programmes. Schools and universities are another settler group. The University of the Incarnate Word has leased part of another mall in San Antonio. Vanderbilt, in Tennessee, has leased some space to open a clinic; patients are given pagers so that they can get a snack from the food court while they wait. Hundreds of high-school students in Joplin, Missouri, are taking classes in a converted mall after the town’s high school was destroyed in a tornado last summer. 其中有些购物中心将成为涂鸦者们的好去处,有些则要夷为平地,还有一些很幸运,将另作他用。有一个好办法是把购物中心改造成综合性建筑。Natick是一家位于波士顿的高级购物中心,这里增建了些公寓(condo)楼。还有个办法是引入非传统租户。在俄亥俄州的克利夫兰市(Cleveland),有家购物中心里的一块地建起了室内花园,其他的都市农业项目也许可以借鉴此案例。另一类居住人群是中小学校和大学。美国圣道大学(The University of the Incarnate Word)租用的是圣安东尼奥市的另一座购物中心原址;田纳西州的美国范德比尔特大学(Vanderbilt)租用了某购物中心的一些空地建起诊所,给就诊的患者都发了呼机,让他们在候诊时能去购物中心的美食街吃点东西;密苏里州小城Joplin的高中校园被去年夏天的一场龙卷风摧毁了,现在成百上千的高中生到一家购物中心里改造成的教室去上课。These projects may be more sensible than enclosed retailing. Universities and offices do not depend on passers-by as shops and restaurants do. But turning these spaces to fresh purposes requires some expense and experimentation.以上这些项目也许比封闭起来做零售更可行。大学和事务所的运营模式不像商店和饭店那样需要依靠客流量。只是要找到新用途需要耗费财力,还要多实践。Rackspace, for its part, has spent more than 0m gutting and redoing the space. Windows were carved into the walls, and skylights installed. Workers were getting lost, so the conference rooms are now grouped by category rather than numbered. If someone makes it to the game-show zone, he can usually figure it out from there. There is, at the moment, an internal debate over whether to preserve the fountains. Allan Nelson, the facilities manager, warns that overenthusiastic “Rackers” would try to go swimming in them.在这方面,Rackspace公司花费了一亿多美元的资金把该购物中心的内部设施全部打掉重建。在封闭的四周外墙上开了窗户,顶上装了天窗。以前的布局设计让员工经常走错方向,所以现在会议室不像以前只是编号,而是用具体的类目陈列加以区分。假设有人好不容易来到了“节目区”,那他一看周围的环境就知道身处何处。目前的内部小争议是要不要保留原有的喷泉。设备部经理Allan Nelson提醒说,要是保留喷泉,可能就会有些超级热情的公司员工跳进去一游为快。And the idiosyncrasies of the space have spurred some creative thinking. Freestanding conference rooms adorn the walkways, their glass walls cut from the old shopfronts. A loading dock has been converted into apresentation room, with a rolling industrial door so that groups can spill over outside. Workers can take a break from their desks to work at a bistro table, or check in at the human-resources kiosk, or play catch in the vaulted interior. “I don’t think people think about it as a mall any more,” says Mr Engates. Some might think about it as an example.此处原有的一些特殊风格也激发了很多新创意。和其他区域不挨边的独立会议室点缀于走道两旁,这些独立会议室的玻璃幕墙是由原来的商铺门面裁切出来的;原来的货物装卸台被改造成了一个展览室,装上了工业卷帘门便于人多时能及时走出来;员工可以离开办公桌到小咖啡馆里找张桌子继续办公,换下心情;或者到人力资源自助机的小亭子里签到;或者在屋顶呈拱形的室内玩传接球。“我觉得大家不会再把这里当成是购物中心了”技术总监John Engates说,也许有些人会把它当作此类改建的典范。201204/176964襄阳四医院男科医院哪家好襄阳那里有割包皮

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