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Flowers are a wonderful gift of nature. Everyone likes them. Flowers portray love, happiness, joy and all the other positive emotions. Since time immemorial flowers have been an integral part of every celebration and festival. 花是大自然最美妙的礼物每个人都喜欢它们花象征着爱,幸福,欢乐以及所有积极的情感而那些古老悠久的花已经成为所有仪式和节日中最主要的部分 But there has been a misconception. Flowers are mainly associated with feminine gender. It is gotten that men to have a soft side to them. Gift your father a bouquet of flowers on Father's Day and he surely will be overjoyed. Flowers, especially architectural and bold like tropical flowers, which are masculine, long lasting, tall and sturdy like the fathers usually are, can be given. White and Red Rose are known to be the official flowers of Father's Day. People wear a white rose to honor a father who has deceased and a red rose a father who is living.  但现在人们对花产生了一个误解大多数时候人们把花与女性联系在一起人们忘记了男性对花也有温情的一面在父亲节给你的父亲送上一束鲜花,他保会欣喜若狂的,尤其是具有建筑风格的,大胆而狂野的热带花朵,它们具有男性的特质,生命力持久,高大而强健,和父亲的角色往往很相似白玫瑰和红玫瑰是公认的父亲节节花白玫瑰象征纪念已故的家严,而红玫瑰象征着赞美健康尚在的父亲  Men love bright, hot, bold and aggressive colors like yellows, oranges, purples and reds and the arrangements that they go are mostly the linear ones that are in sync with their organized, calculating mind. They also love the natural and contemporary floral bouquets that are stylish and trendy. One may opt roses, daisies or exotic flowers, if only one keeps the color theme in mind. Vivid red roses and yellow daisies are loved by most men and thus make ideal flowers to be gifted on Father's Day.  男人喜欢明快,炙热,大胆以及斗志高昂的颜色,像是黄色,橙色,紫色和红色他们布置花的时候绝大多数情况下会与他们有组织的,善于计算的头脑保持一致他们还喜欢自然的,富有现代感的,时尚新潮的花束只要他心中有谱,他可能会选择玫瑰,雏菊或其它充满异域风情的花朵鲜艳生动的红玫瑰与黄色的雏菊深受大多数男人的喜爱,从而也成为父亲节最理想的鲜花礼物 1836成都省第七医院怎么样Taylor Swift is a lucky lady! Tom Hiddleston now has the top male celebrity bottom of . The actor was recently named winner of the Rear of the Year award his racy sex scene in the AMC miniseries The Night Manager.泰勒·斯威夫特真是个幸运的女人!汤姆·希德勒斯顿凭借在AMC迷你剧《夜班经理中的火辣床戏,赢得年男性;年度美臀;的称号;The votes flooded in when Tom revealed his well-toned rear on our TV screens in an episode of The Night Manager,; the award website says.评选该奖项的网站工作人员表示:;看过抖森在《夜班经理中露臀的场景,粉丝的投票如洪水一样袭来;The Thor actor, 35, dropped his trousers a steamy romp with costar Elizabeth Debicki. The scene was so sexy that his derrière got censored in the U.S. version of the show. Between his butt-baring scene and his revealing underwear photo shoot W magazine, his booty even garnered its own hashtag: #Hiddlesbum.这位参演《雷神的男演员今年35岁,在新剧中衣衫半退和伊丽莎白·德比齐饰演的女主来了一出火辣好戏该场景也因为太过火辣在美版中被删减因为电视剧中的火辣形象以及他为《W杂志拍摄内衣广告,甚至产生了一个新词;希德勒斯臀;;I was surprised to hear they cut my butt out,; he told W last month. ;Im here to tell you that my butt is not dangerous. And there are many, many more things that people are happy to broadcast.;他在上个月接受《W杂志采访时表示:;我得知该段剧情被删也很吃惊,我的臀部并不危险呐还有很多比我这个尺度更大的在播出;The Rear of the Year title is presented annually to both a male and female Brit with ;prize-winning rear assets,; according to the site. The winners even get crystal trophies engraved with their title. British actress Jennifer Metcalfe joined Hiddleston as this year female winner.该网站表示,;年度美臀;每年会分别选出一名男性和女性,授予;年度最佳美臀;的称号美臀得主甚至还会得到印有自已名字的水晶奖杯英国女星詹妮弗·梅特卡夫夺得了今年女子组美臀冠军The accolade adds to Hiddleston fantastic year, which includes an Emmy nomination The Night Manager, a spot among the top contenders to play the next James Bond and a whirlwind new relationship with Taylor Swift.该奖项给抖森美妙的一年可谓再添一笔,他先是因出演《夜班经理而提名艾美奖,之后关于其接任詹姆斯·邦德的呼声不断,再者与泰勒·斯威夫特的恋情也引发了轰动 58950邛崃市妇幼保健医院男科预约What the greatest invention since sliced cheese? Wait: Why is sliced cheese so great in the first place? Here are inventions that REALLY changed the world -- cheese not included.  自从切片奶酪问世以来,最伟大的发明是什么?等等:为什么切片奶酪如此伟大呢?以下是实实在在改变了世界的个伟大发明;;当然不包括奶酪  Bicycle (1861)  The French veacute;locipegrave;de, invented in 1861 by Pierre Marchaux, is widely considered to be the first true bicycle. There are a billion bicycles now worldwide, twice as many as automobiles.  自行车(1861年)  1861年法国的皮埃尔bull;马少克斯发明的veacute;locipegrave;de是公认的第一辆自行车现在全世界有亿辆自行车,数量是汽车的两倍  Aspirin (1899)  The first recorded use of Aspirin-like remedies goes back to nearly 500 when Hippocrates, the ;father of modern medicine,; wrote about treating such symptoms as headaches, pains, and fevers using willow bark and leaves -- which contain salicylic acid.  The mula was perfected in 1899 by a French chemist who developed acetylsalicylic acid, which maintained the benefits of pure salicylic acid with less severe side effects. By 1899, Bayer was selling it around the world.  阿司匹林(1899年)  有记载的首次使用类似阿司匹林的药物要追溯到公元前500年左右,当时被称为;现代医学之父;的古希腊名医希波克拉底写道能用柳树皮和柳叶治疗头痛、疼痛、发烧等症状柳树皮和树叶含有水杨酸  1899年一位法国化学家完善了这一配方,研制出了乙酰水杨酸(即阿司匹林),在保留纯水杨酸的功能的同时减少了副作用到1899年拜耳公司已在世界各地广泛销售阿司匹林  Wheel (3500-3350 )  The invention of the wheel has been pivotal technology in general, setting the foundation future developments such as the water wheel, the cogwheel, and the spinning wheel. Modern descendants include the propeller, the jet engine, and the turbine. Pictured is the Wheel of the Etruscan chariot (ca. 530 )  车轮(公元前3500年到3350年)  车轮的发明对于技术的总体发展至关重要,为未来的进一步发展,如水车、齿轮、纺车的发明奠定了基础车轮在现代的衍生物包括螺旋桨、喷气式发动机和涡轮机图中是伊特鲁里亚双轮战车的车轮(约在公元前530年)胸罩(世纪初)  Bra (Early 1900s)  Mary Phelps Jacob was looking an alternative to the ubiquitous and sometimes unsightly corset. She ended up creating a bra using a handkerchief and ribbon. Jacob was awarded a patent in 19 and would later sell her business to Warner Brothers Corset Company ,500.  胸罩(世纪初)  玛丽bull;菲尔普斯bull;雅各布在寻找一种能替代无处不在、有时很不雅观的紧身胸衣的东西最后她用手帕和缎带制造出了一个胸罩雅各布因这一发明在19年被授予专利,之后她以00美元的价格将这一专利权出售给华纳兄弟紧身胸衣公司冲水马桶(96年)  Flush Toilet (96)  Various versions of flushing toilets were used as far back as the 6th century in the Indus Valley, where the cities of Harappa and Mohenjo-daro had a flush toilet in almost every house, attached to a sophisticated sewage system. The true prelude to the modern flush toilet began in 96 when Sir John Harington installed his version of a flush system the Queen of England.  冲水马桶(96年)  人们早在公元前6世纪就开始使用各种形态的冲水马桶了,当时在印度河流域的哈拉帕市和亨佐-达罗,几乎每所房子里都有一个抽水马桶,马桶和精密的下水道系统相连接现代抽水马桶真正拉开序幕是在96年,当时约翰bull;哈灵顿爵士为英国女王安装了一个自己设计的冲水马桶系统  Thermometer (th Century)  The word thermometer (in its French m) first appeared in in La Reacute;creacute;ation Matheacute;matique by J. Leurechon, who describes one with a scale of 8 degrees. But each inventor and each thermometer was unique -- there was no standard scale. Finally in Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit produced a temperature scale which now (slightly adjusted) bears his name. Pictured is a classic Galileo model.  温度计(世纪)  温度计一词最初是以法文La Reacute;creacute;ation Matheacute;matique的形式出现的,年Jbull;劳伊雷肖恩首次用该词来指代有8个刻度的温度计不过每个发明家和他们的温度计都很独特,也没有标准的度量标准最后在年丹尼尔bull;盖布瑞尔bull;华伦海特制出了一种温度度标,经过略微改动后就是今天以他的名字命名的华氏温度图中是传统的伽利略温度计的模型  Radio (1895)  Though guys like James Clerk Maxwell, Nikola Tesla, and Thomas Edison all made important contributions to the development of radio technology, it was Guglielmo Marconi who built a wireless system capable of transmitting signals at long distances in 1895.  收音机(1895年)  尽管詹姆斯bull;克拉克bull;麦克斯韦、尼古拉bull;特斯拉和托马斯bull;爱迪生等人都为收音机技术的研发做出了重要贡献,然而是古列尔默bull;马可尼在1895年造出了能够远距离传输信号的无线系统  Plow (6000 )  The domestication of animals such as oxen provided mankind with the pulling power needed to develop the first plows. They consisted of a frame holding a vertical wooden stick that was dragged through the topsoil -- and are still used in many parts of the world.  犁(公元前6000年)  驯化牛等动物为人类制造首批耕地用的犁提供了牵引力犁由一个框架组成,框架上撑着一根垂直的木棍,通过牛拉犁,木棍就可以划过表层土壤如今全球很多地区仍在使用  Paper (1 AD)  Papermaking has traditionally been traced to China about 1 AD and is considered one of the country four great inventions.  造纸术(公元1年)  造纸术可以追溯到大约公元1年的中国,被认为是中国古代四大发明之一  Microwave Oven (195)  The development of the microwave oven was one of those happy accidents. American engineer Percy Spencer was working Raytheon building magnetrons radar sets when he noticed that a Mr. Goodbar in his pocket started to melt. Spencer realized it had been the microwaves that had done the trick. The first food he deliberately cooked? Popcorn of course.  微波炉(195年)  微波炉的发明是最巧妙的一起;事故;当时,美国工程师珀西bull;斯宾塞正为雷声公司的雷达装置制造磁控管,他发现口袋中的巧克力受热融化斯宾塞意识到是微波导致的那么他有意用微波烹饪的第一种食物呢?当然就是爆米花  Microchip (1958)  In their half century of existence, microchips have practically taken over the world -- landing themselves in everything from computers to even humans.  微芯片(1958年)  在问世半个世纪以来,微芯片几乎掌控了全世界,从计算机到人类,几乎随处都可见它的身影  Light Bulb (19th Century)  While Thomas Edison is often mentioned as the inventor of the light, historians Robert Friedel and Paul Israel cite at least earlier inventors. Edison version (pictured) was able to transcend others because of some key details, including finding an effective incandescent material and being able to achieve a higher vacuum and a high resistance.  电灯泡(19世纪)  人们经常提到,托马斯bull;爱迪生发明了电灯泡,而历史学家罗伯特bull;弗里德尔和保罗bull;伊斯里尔提到了至少种更早的类似发明爱迪生的发明版本能够从中胜出是由于一些关键的细节,包括找到了一种有效的发白热光的材料,灯泡内能够达到较高程度的真空和高电阻  Paper Clip (1867)  According to the Early Office Museum, the first patent a bent wire paper clip was awarded in the ed States to Samuel B. Fay, in 1867. Despite the early patent, Fay design never really took off; instead the Gem paper clip, which was never patented, took off in Great Britain. It still the design we use today, producing 18 billion in the US alone.  回形针(1867年)  根据早期办公室物馆的资料,能弯曲的金属丝回形针的专利最早出现在1867年的美国,发明者是塞缪尔bull;Bbull;非伊但尽管他很早就申请了专利,他的设计却从没流传下来真正流传下来的是从未注册过专利的宝石牌回形针,在英国打开了市场我们今天使用的回形针仍然是这一样式,仅在美国一国每年的产量就达180亿枚  Compass ()  Bee the compass, getting lost was more or less a guarantee. The discovery of Magnetic North allowed man to explore the world. The first incontestable evidence the use of a compass as a navigational device appeared in Chinese records in . Early compasses were typically constructed by floating magnetized needles in bowls of water.  指南针(年)  在指南针发明前,迷失方向是经常发生的事情磁北的发现让人们可以探索世界指南针作为导航设备使用的首个明确据出现在年的中国早期的指南针是在一碗水中放置一枚浮动的磁化针 6Ojibwa Woman, Minnesota, 19"A native of Wisconsin, Reed documented life among the Ojibwa at the turn of the century. He entitled this photograph 'Enemy Wind.'" —From "The Art of Photography at National Geographic," September 1988, National Geographic magazine世纪之初,威斯康辛州人的里德在奥吉布瓦人(Ojibwa)中纪录他们的生活他把这张照片题名为“敌人的风” ——摘自1988年《国家地理杂志9月号《国家地理的摄影艺术 作者: Roland W. Reed 来源:http:www.ngpod.cn 《国家地理杂志 775四川省成都第十人民医院专家预约

四川电力医院在那四川成都市第三医院做输卵管通液多少钱St. Petersburg, Russia: A couple walk down a street after a snowfall俄罗斯,圣彼得堡:雪后街上的景色 9773四川省成都市第三人民医院急诊电话7.Catfish Have About 0,000 Taste Buds7.鲶鱼约有万个味蕾Humans have somewhere between ,000 and 8,000 taste buds, all concentrated on the little lump of flesh wiggling around your mouth. Catfish, on the other hand, have closer to 0,000 individual taste buds—all over their bodies. In a sense, a catfish is just a big swimming tongue. Each taste bud is about 50 nanometers (50 billionths of a meter, or billionths of a foot) wide, and the bigger the fish is, the more taste buds it has. Larger fish can have more than 5,000 taste buds dotted across their body.人类的味蕾一般有00-8000个,全部集中在嘴里那一小块灵活的肌肉上然而,鲶鱼有近0000个单独的味蕾——遍布全身某种程度而言,一条鲶鱼就是一条游动的舌头每个味蕾约有50纳米(亿分之50米,或说亿分之英尺)宽,而且鱼越大,味蕾越多比较大的鱼全身能有5000多个味蕾Why would an animal—especially one that lives in the mud at the bottom of murky ponds—need such a strong sense of taste? They use it to hunt. Visibility becomes more limited the deeper you go, so a bottom dweller like the catfish, sight isnt always helpful. With their taste buds, catfish can ;taste; prey meters away, like a wolf catching a scent. And with so many buds all over their body, they can essentially triangulate the prey location based on how strongly the taste hits certain body parts. Most of the taste buds are clustered around the e region of the catfish so it can home in on the prey once it angled in the right direction.为什么动物——尤其是住在昏暗池底的淤泥里的动物——需要这么强大的嗅觉功能?它们用来捕食越往深处,视觉越受到限制,所以对像鲶鱼这类住在池底的居民而言,视觉没那么有用鲶鱼能用味蕾;尝到;几米之外的猎物,就像狼捕捉到一股气味它们全身这么多味蕾,实际上是运用三角定位的方法,凭借身体各个部位嗅到气味的强度不同,确定猎物的位置大部分味蕾聚集在鲶鱼身体前部,所以只要找对了方向,它们就能直接抓住猎物Catfish still use their eyes, but researchers have found that the taste buds are more important hunting than sight. Take away a catfish eyes and it will still find food. Take away its taste buds, however, and it essentially blind.鲶鱼仍然会使用眼睛,但是研究人员发现,味蕾比视觉对捕猎更重要移除鲶鱼的眼睛之后,鲶鱼仍能找到食物但是移除了味蕾,它们就真的瞎了6.Dolphins Can See Through Animals6.海豚能看透动物Dolphins, as everybody knows, use sonar to navigate through the water, hunt, communicate, and do just about everything. Known as echolocation, dolphin sonar involves high frequency bursts of sound created by cing air through a network of tissues near their blowholes. A sac of fatty tissue below their jaws collects the rebounding sound waves and sends them through the dolphin inner ear, where the inmation is passed on to the brain, creating an ;acoustical holographic image,; or a picture of the ocean in front of them.人人都知道,海豚在水中使用声呐进行导航、捕食、交流等几乎所有的活动海豚的声呐在人们看来就是回声定位,其中包括高频声音——通过将空气压进喷水孔附近的身体组织网而发声它们颚下有一个由脂肪组织构成的囊,用来收集反射回来的声波并送至海豚内耳,然后这些信息再被传至大脑,构成;声学全息图像;,即呈现在海豚前面的海洋的画面The high frequency of the echolocation bursts—0–0 kHz—isnt well suited traveling long distances through the water, but its shorter wavelength is perfect penetrating soft objects. In other words, it travels through the soft bodies of other fish and dolphins and only reflects from the hard surfaces—bones and cartilage. In other (other) words, it functions like X-ray vision, allowing the dolphin to see into other animals. Based on dolphin behavior (especially in bottlenose dolphins), it believed that dolphins can peer into shark stomachs to see when theyre full, or to see when a female is pregnant. Dolphins have also been observed clicking along the seabed to spot hidden fish buried in up to 1 meter (3 ft) of sand.回声定位发射的高频声音——0-0赫兹——不适合在水中进行长距离传输,但是波长更短却很适合穿透柔软的物体换句话说,声波会透过其他鱼类和海豚柔软的身体,只有碰到诸如骨头和软骨等坚硬的表面才会反射回来也就是说,声波起着X射线成像的功能,让海豚能看见其他动物的内部结构根据海豚的行为(尤其是宽吻海豚的行为),人们认为海豚能看见鲨鱼的胃里是否装满了食物,或者雌海豚是否怀人们还观察到海豚沿着海床发出喀哒声,搜寻深藏在沙子下面深达1米(3英尺)的鱼类5.Swellsharks5.膨胀鲨Most sharks scare away predators simply by being, well, sharks. However, they do still have predators, and the smaller the shark species, the more predators there are. The swellshark is one of the smaller breeds, only growing to about 1 meter (3 ft) long, roughly the size of a small doberman. Swellsharks are bottom feeders, preferring to ambush crabs and unsuspecting cuttlefish over the risky thrill of chasing normal fish. An adventurous day means stealing lobsters from a lobster trap. And as far as defenses go, the swellshark is a master of disguise: When it threatened, it sucks water into sacs that curve around its belly, swelling up to twice its normal size.大部分鲨鱼能将进攻者吓跑,只因为它们是鲨鱼但是,它们仍然有天敌,而且体型越小,敌人越多膨胀鲨是小型鲨鱼之一,只能长到1米(3英尺)长,大概与小型多伯曼氏短尾差不多大膨胀鲨在海底觅食,喜欢伏击螃蟹和没有防备的乌贼,而不是冒着危险刺激地追赶普通的鱼儿充满冒险的一天意味着从龙虾陷阱里偷吃龙虾膨胀鲨为防御措施费尽心机,是化装高手:受到威胁时,它们会将海水吸入贴在腹部四周的囊中,身体就会膨胀为正常大小的两倍But then it does something even weirder—it bends its body into a crescent, grabs its tail in its mouth, and turns itself into a big, inflated ring. The result is something that just . . . hard to eat. And since swellsharks normally lurk in rocky crevices, the swelling effectively wedges them into their hiding spots. So even if a fish gets a hold of them, it wont be able to pull out anything larger than a mouthful. It often referred to as the most awkward shark in the world.但是它们还有更古怪的行为——它们将身体弯成新月形,用嘴衔住尾巴,把自己变成一个巨大的膨胀的环结果它们就变得……不容易被吃掉了它们通常潜伏在石头缝隙中,所以膨胀是实际上让它们卡在藏身地即使被一条鱼咬住了,它们顶多损失一块肉而不会被拉出去人们常常视它们为最神奇的鲨鱼.Pompeii Worms Have A Living Shield.庞贝虫有一块活盾牌;The hottest animal on the planet, but the most difficult to study,; is how the Pompeii worm, or Alvinella pompejana, has been described. Not only do these worms live ,500 meters (8,000 ft) below the ocean surface on volcanic vents that heat the surrounding water to 80 °C (6 °F), they also have an annoying tendency to die when brought to the surface. a long time, Pompeii worms were believed to be the most heat-tolerant animals on the planet. They grow to about centimeters (5 in) long and live in tubes attached directly to the sides of ;black smokers,; smoke-belching exhaust vents on the floor of the East Pacific Rise.;地球上温度最高,但又是最难研究的;就是如何描述庞贝虫,即;Alvinella pompejana;不仅因为这些虫住在海下500米(8000英尺)的火山口里,四周水温高达80°C(6°F),还因为它们离开水面就会死亡,这很难办长期以来,人们认为庞贝虫是地球上最能耐热的动物它们能长到厘米(5英寸)长,住在;冒黑烟的;斜边上的隧道里——东太平洋高地地面已经排完烟雾的火山口However, their claim to fame has been called into question. Using pressurized capsules, researchers managed to bring a few of the worms up to a lab and found that after minutes of exposure to temperatures of 50 °C ( °F), the worms died and their tissues hardened like a boiled egg—they were cooked. But the fact remained that Pompeii worms did indeed live in these temperatures, so they took a closer look and found that a layer of bacteria normally lived around the worms. They had a living shield that absorbed part of the heat from the scalding water like a fireman blanket. In return, the worms were producing a mucous layer that fed the bacteria—a perfect symbiosis.但是,它们要出名还有一些问题要解决研究人员用高压仓将一些虫子带进了实验室,发现它们暴露在50°C(°F)的水里分钟就死了,它们的组织硬得像煮熟的鸡蛋——它们被煮了但事实是,庞贝虫就活在这样高温的海水里,所以他们进行了更仔细的研究,结果发现虫子体外一般覆盖着一层细菌它们便有了一层活的铠甲,像消防员的毯子那样,吸收了热水的一部分热量作为回报,虫子产生一层粘液养活细菌——完美的共生翻译:罗惠月 来源:前十网 3866成都市生殖专科做微创人流手术要多少钱

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