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  • One thinks of nature as “red in tooth and claw,” as the oldsaying goes.有人认为正如一句古话,自然界充斥着腥牙血爪。Species compete with each other for resources,and members of the same species compete with each other formates.同类相互争夺以求配偶;异类为了资源而剑拔弩张。Theres a lot of scratching and biting going on.不断上演着厮杀,Unless youre a butterfly.除非,你是蝴蝶。People love butterflies for their gentleness.人们喜欢蝴蝶的彬彬有礼。And according tonew studies, that soft, fluttery quality persists all the way downto butterfly battles.据新研究表示,正是温顺悸动的特性让蝴蝶们远离争斗。Yes, male butterflies compete for the attentions of female butterflies.的确,雄性蝴蝶为了吸引雌性同类会互相竞争。In fact,some males compete by fluttering.但是,竞争的方式仅仅是抖动翅膀。Researcher Darrel Kemp, who is now at Arizona State University in Tempe, worked on an Australianbutterfly called Hypolimnas bolina.研究人员达雷尔克姆普在坦佩亚利桑那州立大学研究澳大利亚蝴蝶幻紫斑蛱蝶。As is the case with many species, the male Hypolimnas bolinas seek to mate with as many femalesas possible, but the females only mate once.幻紫斑蛱蝶很有代表性,雄性蝶可以任意和雌性蝶交配,但是,雌性蝶一生仅一次。That means at any given time the vast majority offemales arent in a sexually accommodating state, and the males have to duke it out for the few who are.这意味着雌性蝴蝶不得不通过争斗来求得配偶权。How do they battle? Locking horns? Beating their chests?他们如何争斗呢?斗角?捶胸?No. They flutter around in a circle.都不对,他们只是在一个圈内拍打翅膀。The two competing males never even come in contact, but at a certain point one of them acceptsdefeat and sails away; while to the victor belongs to the spoilers.两只雄性蝴蝶居然没有任何身体触碰,但是在某个时间已经决出胜负,而败者就自动离开。What decides winner and loser in a butterfly battle?决定输赢的因素还不是很清楚,It isnt clear yet. Kemp has studied all kind of parameters, from body size to wing sp.克姆普参考了各项参数,从蝴蝶体型到翼展。The only consistent factor he found was age.一个共同的因素在于年龄。Older butterflies-by old we mean almost threemonths-win out over younger ones.年老的蝴蝶(超过三个月)通常会取胜,Maybe the kids just dont have what it takes for a hard-core flutter-off.也许姜还是老的辣吧!201410/337474。
  • I am catching upon Girls And Downton Abbey lately. Oh, yeah?我最近在追;都市女孩; 还有;唐顿庄园; 是吗Which I love it. Two completely opposite shows like Well, you know what? - I mean can you image我好爱看 -两部完全不同的剧 你知道吗 我是说你能想象Dreaming about those two bigs mixed together, Girls.把这两部剧搁在一块儿吗...Oh, gonna dress you up in my love,Oh yeah!All over, all over.用我的爱将你盛装打扮 噢耶 浑身上下 不错过每一处Gonna dress you up in my love Our next guest is one of the stars of the most用我的浓情蜜意为你妆点 我们下一位嘉宾是出演过最受欢迎电视剧popular comedy on television, The Big Bang Theory.;生活大爆炸;的演员之一And now he is voicing an adorable alien in the new movie Home.目前他在为新电影;疯狂外星人;中一个可爱的外星人配音Take a look.This is not even music, its just noise.我们来看看 这根本算不上是音乐 不过是噪音而已Involuntary physical response.Confusion! What is happening to my body?这是无意识的生理反应 奇怪 我的身体怎么了Its called dancing.Boovs do not dancing.I cant tell.这叫跳舞 波波星人从不跳舞 那可不一定How long before this kills me?我快疯了 还要跳多久I am not in control of my only extremely.Work it.I do not want it to work.我完全控制不住自己 随它去吧 我不想让它摆来摆去Hey, you know what?Boov rhythms bloom.Shake your butt then.你知道吗 波波星节奏感真棒 扭动你的屁股吧Im shaking in the most undignified way我现在扭来扭去的样子太丢脸了Oh, no! My hands are in the air, like I just do not care.哦 不 我的手自己晃起来了 像是我无所谓它们这样似的Please welcome Jim Parsons.让我们欢迎吉姆·帕森斯 /201601/422355。
  • Caring for amputees关爱截肢人士Life on a limb假肢上的生活A growing number of amputees is a sign of medical progress越来越多截肢者的出现体现了医疗水平的进步A GRISLY photo shows a soldier lying injured, the snow around him steeped in blood. Both his legs have been blown off. The blood is fake. His legs, however, really are missing. The picture is from a training exercise run by Amputees in Action, an agency for actors who have lost arms or legs. It provides limbless people to train the armed forces and the emergency services as they learn how better to deal with injuries sustained in the midst of fighting or accidents. Such training, along with improvements in care back home, mean that those who do suffer grievous injuries on the battlefield are more likely to survive.一张令人扼腕的照片为我们展示了这样一幅画面:一名负伤的士兵倒在被鲜血浸透的雪地中,纷飞的战火令他失去了双腿。事实上,照片中的血是假,而那位士兵确实是失去了双腿。这张图片来源于由“截肢者在行动”的培训机构所组织的一次表演训练,这家机构旨在为失去双臂或双腿的特型演员提供中介务。该机构为军队提供残疾演员,用以训练士兵以及教授急救措施,从而使他们习得在战斗或意外中如何处理其所受到的伤害。这样的培训再配以家中的精心照料,将意味着那些在战争中经受到严重创伤的人,将更有机会活下来。Of the 12,000-odd amputees reckoned to have come back to Britain from the second world war, almost none had lost three limbs, says Jerome Church of BLESMA (formerly the British Limbless Ex-Service Mens Association). Soldiers with such injuries died in combat. Even five years ago, they probably would not have survived such trauma. Today, it is normal to do so. That is a mark of medical improvements on and off the battlefield, says Keith Porter, a surgeon and professor of clinical traumatology at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. Every year, people are surviving bigger injuries, says Professor Porter, and the rate of improvement is rapid. The treatments provided today do not appear in existing manuals: “We are writing the textbooks of the future.”为英国截肢退伍军人协会(BLESMA)效力的杰罗姆?切奇说,自二战以来,已约有12000余名截肢者回到英国,而他们之中很少有失去三肢或以上的人,因为通常受到这样等级外伤的士兵,他们通常面临的就是死亡,甚至在五年前,受到这种程度外伤的人也很少能够活下来。但是在现如今,对于这类人来说,活下来是一件再正常不过的事情。基斯·波特是一名在伯明翰伊丽莎白女王医院工作的外科医生,并且是一名专攻临床创伤的教授。波特教授说,“这种情况无论是在战场上或日常生活中,都是医疗体系进步的标志。人们能够经受住越来越严重的外伤并存活下来,最后得到改善的几率也在逐年迅速攀升。今天我们所实现的治疗方法在现存的资料或手册中却难觅踪迹。”波特士同时表示,“我们正在编纂相关教科书为未来的医疗事业提供帮助。”Overall, those fighting Britains wars make up a small proportion of the 5,000 or so major-limb amputations carried out in Britain each year, mostly as a result of diseases such as diabetes. But the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq have led to a spike in the numbers of soldiers who have lost limbs. When Mr Church took over as chief executive of BLESMA in 2000, he assumed it was a fading organisation. Most members were elderly veterans of the second world war. Since then, its ranks have swelled by about 300. In 2006-09, 54 combatants sustained partial or complete removals of a limb as a result of injuries in Afghanistan. In -12 the number rose again to 192, almost half of them multiple amputations.综上所述,每年这些在英国战争中受伤而截肢的人,仅占了英国全年五千名截肢者中很小的一部分,而其他多数为诸如糖尿病之类的疾病所致。但是阿富汗与伊拉克之间的冲突战争却使很多战场上的士兵失去了他们的四肢。当切奇先生在2000年出任英国截肢退伍军人协会(BLESMA)的首席执行官时,他觉得该组织毫无希望可言,而且其中多数成员是经历过二战的退伍老兵。在阿富汗战争以及伊拉克战争爆发后,组织人数激增至300人,在2006—年这三年间,阿富汗战役中共有54名战士进行了局部或全部的截肢,在接下来的—2012年间,这一数据已增加至192,近乎半数人接受了多处截肢。Cuts to defence spending (8% in real terms by 2015) have had little impact on services for those afflicted. In February the government announced it would spend an extra £6.5m on advanced prosthetics for them. Armed with such technology, many can pursue active lives. Those working for Amputees in Action, for instance, act in mainstream films and TV programmes as well as training exercises. John Pickup, the agencys founder, says it can be difficult to attract veterans because the Paralympic team is so determined to get soldiers, sailors and airmen (and women) who have lost arms or legs to join its athletes. Thats welcome competition.削减国防开(预计至2015年将会下调8%)实际上并不会对这些截肢者的医疗务造成影响,因为在今年二月政府已经宣布,将会投入额外的6,500,000欧元为他们提供先进的假肢,通过医疗科技的帮助,他们得以继续自由行动和生活。“截肢者在行动”公司为截肢者提供诸如在主流电影或电视节目中演出的机会,当然还有培训练习。作为机构创始人,约翰·皮卡表示,能够招收到老兵很不容易,因为残奥会代表队十分渴望那些失去手臂或腿的士兵,海员以及飞行员加入到他们的运动员行列中,不得不说,这是一场皮卡先生的公司与国家队之间的人才竞争之战。译者:尤熠 校对:沈晓旭译文属译生译世 /201512/418767。
  • Theres a hotel boom happening in downtown Detroit. Once-abandoned buildings are now gleaming new hotels, or will be soon. But will these plans give Detroit too many hotel rooms or not enough? And there have been lengthy discussions over the two hotels near the new Red Wings arena site just north of downtown.The Ilitch family, owners of the Red Wings, Tigers and Olympia Entertainment, have created a plan for creating a new arena, but the Detroit City Council still must approve it. The current plan calls for the Ilitches to refurbish the Eddystone hotel and tear down the Park Avenue next to it, but the agreement is still lacking some details.;The Councils sticking point seems to be, as of this week, that they want an absolute, iron-clad agreement that the Eddystone will in fact be redeveloped,; Detroit Free Press writer John Gallagher says.Gallagher also believes part of the delay may come from the Councils desire to show they have some power in the development as well.;Some of it is the Council wanting to flex its muscles and have a say in this process and not just be given a plan,; Gallagher says.The development calls for a lot of public money up front, according to Gallagher, and in turn the Ilitches would spend 0 million to develop the rest of the district with housing, restaurants and entertainment venues.Gallagher says that this delay isnt likely to tank the project and he expects it to be resolved in a few weeks.And this new deal is just one of various new hotel projects in the city.Gallaghers recent story in the Free Press details the Detroit hotel scene, showcasing many of the boutique hotels with 100 to 150 rooms coming to the area.These hotels still need guests, though, and Gallagher says Detroit needs to continue to focus on creating a more vibrant market for people to visit, or conventions or trade shows.In order to fill rooms, you have to have more than the auto show, Gallagher says, and with recent attention on the issue, ;Detroit is lining up to really pick up its convention business to be one of the major ones in the Midwest.;201504/370246。
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