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White House Says Auto Bailout Not Imminent白宫称不会立即救助汽车业 The Bush administration is attempting to dampen expectations for immediate government action to save America's troubled car manufacturers. 美国的三大汽车公司正在谋求政府资助。但是布什政府星期二表示,政府不会表示立即采取行动来拯救陷入困境的美国汽车制造商。Two of America's main three automakers are believed to be weeks - if not days - away from bankruptcy. That is an outcome the Bush administration says should be avoided, yet White House spokeswoman Dana Perino says the president will not be rushed into making a hasty decision when it comes to federal intervention. 美国三大汽车公司中的两家濒临破产,它们即使不在几天之内倒闭,也有可能在几个星期内宣布破产。尽管布什政府说应该避免这种结局,但是白宫发言人佩里诺表示,说到联邦政府出面干预的问题,布什总统不会仓促做出决定。Perino was asked if a rescue plan for the auto industry is imminent. 当被问到拯救汽车工业的计划是否指日可待时。"We did not signal that it would be almost immediate," she said. "I do not know of an imminent announcement coming from us. We are trying to take the time to do it right."  她说:“我们没有表示过会马上采取行动。我也不知道我们会立即宣布有关计划。我们正在把握时间尽量把事情做好。”Last week, the Senate rejected a multi-billion dollar package of bridge loans to carmakers. After the vote, the White House signaled its willingness to consider other options it had previously ruled out, including possibly tapping funds from the 0 billion financial rescue package Congress approved in October. 上个星期,参议院拒绝了向汽车制造商提供几十亿美元短期贷款的方案。在投票之后,白宫发出信号,表示愿意考虑此前被它排除的其他方案,包括可能动用国会10月份批准的7千亿美元金融救助计划中的资金。Perino says the administration is reviewing the auto companies' financial figures while attempting to craft a government response to the situation. She says no one wants to see the U.S. auto industry go bankrupt, but that President Bush will only approve a rescue plan if he is satisfied that the industry will put itself on a path to long term viability. 佩里诺表示,布什政府在试图对情况做出反应的同时,正在审核汽车公司的财务数据。她说,没有人希望看到美国的汽车工业倒闭,但是布什总统只有在看到汽车工业能够把自己置于一个长期生存的道路上才会批准一个救助计划。"One of the options here is allowing the companies to go into a disorderly bankruptcy," she said. "That is one of the options that is least favored by the president. Put it at the bottom of the list, because he does not think, I the current weakened state of our economy, we could sustain such a body blow." 她说:“一个选择是允许这些公司出现无序的倒闭。这是布什总统最不喜欢的一种选择。所以这个被放在所有选择的最后面,因为鉴于我们经济目前的疲软状态,他不认为我们能够承受这样一个严重的打击。”Millions of American jobs are tied directly or indirectly to the country's domestic automobile industry, widely viewed as the backbone of the shrinking U.S. manufacturing base. 数以百万计的美国工作直接或是间接地与美国国内的汽车行业有关。这个行业被普遍看作是日益缩小的美国制造业基地的主干。For years, American carmakers have focused on larger vehicles, almost ceding the small car market to foreign brands. Sales of trucks and utility vehicles plummeted when fuel prices skyrocketed earlier this year, and vehicle sales of all kinds have faltered during the economic slowdown. 多年来,美国的汽车制造商都把焦点放在更大的汽车上,几乎把小车市场拱手让给外国汽车生产商。在汽油价格今年早些时候飞涨的时候,卡车和多功能车的销售直线下降。在经济滑坡期间,所有汽车的销售都出现了下跌。200812/59016In Britain,the famous physicist Stephen Hawkings was even so confident.He claimed physics was y to the mind of god.That was soon to known big scientific problems left.One idea was the most revolutionary of all it seemed to shotfire Theory of Everything and catched the imagination of scientist like Burt Ovrut.It was all to do with string.在英国,著名物理学家斯蒂芬;霍金自信满满。他宣称物理学即将解读神的心意。这成为了遗留下来的重要科学问题。其中一个想法就是革命性的;万物论;,它抓住了伯特;奥维特等科学家们的想象力。而这一切都与振弦环有关。;It has been thought since physics began.That matter was made of particles.We have changed that point of view now.We now think that matter is made up of little strings.;;自从物理学开始以来就有这种想法,即事物是由粒子构成。而我们现在已经改变了这种观点。我们现在认为物质是由许多小振弦环构成。;For years,it has been an article of faith that all the matter in the universe was made up of tiny invisible particles.Now suddenly the particle physicists discovered theyve been studying the wrong thing.The particles were really tiny,invisible strings.The theory was called ;String Theory; and it maintains that matter emanated from these tiny strings like music.多年来,我们一直被一种亘古不变的信条束缚着,那就是宇宙中的所有物质是由微小的无形的粒子构成。现在粒子物理学家突然发现自己一直在研究错误的东西。粒子其实是很小的,无形的振弦环。这一理论被称为;超弦理论;,该理论称事物的起源是这些微小的就像音乐的弦。;You can think it as a violin string or a guitar string.If you pluck it in certain way,you get certain frequency,but you pluck it in a different way,you can get more frequencies on the strings.In fact you have different of notes.Nature is made up of all the little notes,the music notes,that are played on these super strings.;;你把它想象成一根小提琴弦或一根吉他弦。如果你以某种方式拨它一下,你就会得到一定的频率,但如果你用另一种不同的方法拨,你可以得到更多的频率。事实上有不同的音符。大自然的所有小音符,都在这些超弦上演奏。;All the sudden we realise the universe is a symphony,and the law of physics are harmonies of a super string.突然我们认识到宇宙好似一首交响乐,物理定律只是超弦的和声而已。词语解释:1. confident a. 自信的2. revolution a. 革命的164111Recession signs are here 经济衰退 There are multiple signals of a recession, and they are all flashing green now. Well, he said we were in a recession back in March, and the US economy has skidded along for the past two quarters. So where are we now? In the Economic Cycle with me now Lakshman Achuthan, managing director of Accurate Economic Research Institute, thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me back. And this is a call you've made a lot about what we are recently and it's likely right a lot of people are starting to agree with you, but the question is we have not seen two back-to-back quarters of contracting growth that is the traditional definition of a recession. Yeah, it's it. . . what that is really is it is a rule of thumb. That was and I was researching this because I've heard so much about it. It came out in an article in 1974 where there was a laundry list of ways of knowing about a recession for the men in the street, and one out of like ten thinks was two negative quarters back-to-back, because it usually happens around a recession. What you find is that that's not the way you define a recession because a recession is really a sequence of events, and so you need to look at the sequence of indicators. Essentially what you're looking for is for sales to fall, so broad sales is a key indicator, which then pulls down production ,so industrial production is an indicator that you use to define a recession, which then hits jobs because if productions falls then jobs are gonna fall. You don't need to hire that many people and then wages or income comes down. That's the last piece, so it's the sequence, and then if wages come down, then it goes to the front of line, and people can't buy that much. So sale falls and that s how you get a recession, so the two negative quarters I think is something you often see there in a recession. Not always. But not always, so 2001 for example, (yeah) definitely a recession we almost lost 3 million jobs, we lopped off half of the value of the NASDAQ, a lot of grief around there and I don't think anyone disputes that it was a recession. You never had two negative quarters of back to back GDP. Yeah, and correct me if I'm wrong.We're dealing with inflation at the, you know, fastest rate in 17 years (That's correct. ) Wages are not a 5. 6 percent like inflation is ,and we're dealing with more than 400, 000 jobless claims last week, we're dealing with all of this. . . going on so, who's to say right now that we aren't in a recession? Well, I think, you know, some, er, a cheerleader of the economy for one reason or another, some institutions who wanna do that, if you are bullish, and you wanna have a, certainly, you might have a certain vested interest in arguing that. What we're trying to do is just get it right where, you know, where are we in the business cycle and what's the likelihood of a turning point ahead. Now we've aly called the peak. I think when the dust settles, you are gonna see more in negative quarters of GDP, they're gonna get revised down next year. And looking forward what we very concerned about is any sign of a recovery, and that hasn't really appeared yet. So you know the bad news is we are in a recession. The good news is it's been kind of shallow so far, the not so good news or ongoing concern is that we don't see the foundations for a recovery. when we look around the globe, outside the ed States, we see this economic weakness really creeping up in the countries we heard from the Euro zone like contraction in GDP, the worst probably we've seen there since the 1990s. How much is that going to affect any recovery in our country here in the US? Ah. . yeah, it is. . that's a great question. The global slowing is punctuated by recession ,we went in first, we don' t see a recovery yet. Europe and other places are following us down, and this is a problem for the US because of exports, OK? A couple of things have happened that are negative for our exports outlook in the quarters ahead. One is that the dollar has started to strengthen because that the rest of the world looks weaker. And the other is, is that as the rest. . as the rest of the world slows their demand for our goods is gonna ebb a little bit. So the exports which has been keeping us at a shallow recession is going to be kind of less of a positive for the US going forward. 200811/56362Did you know that blue whales sing their songs exactly on pitch, with unbelievable accuracy? Scientists at San Francisco State University analyzed over 4,000 blue whale songs off the coast of California. They found that all the whales produced a certain call type at exactly the same pitch ; 16.02 Hertz. Thatrsquo;s about four octaves below middle C. Even more remarkable than the fact that all the whales sing certain notes at the same pitch, is how perfectly on pitch they always are. From note to note the whales only vary in pitch by half a percent difference. By comparison, the difference between C and C-sharp is six percent.你知道吗?蓝鲸唱歌时音高十分准确。旧金山大学的科学家们分析了加利福尼亚海岸线附近的4000个蓝鲸的发声音频。他们发现蓝鲸能以相同的音高(16.02赫兹)发出某种特定声音。那正是C调下的八度音阶。更值得注意的事实是所有的蓝鲸都能用相同的音高唱歌,它们的音高总是完全相同。蓝鲸通过改变百分之一的音高来改变音符。对比显示,C调和C升调相差百分之六。pitch n. 音高accuracy n. 正确; 准确octave n. 八度音阶remarkable adj.值得注意的 201111/162816American business美国商业Big Apple v Big Oil苹果vs美孚Apple briefly becomes the world’s largest public company苹果一度成为世界第一大市值公司Aug 13th 2011 | SAN FRANCISCO| from the print editionBY ANY standards it is a remarkable achievement. In the space of 14 years, Apple has transformed itself from a computer firm on the brink of bankruptcy into a stockmarket superstar. On August 9th its market capitalisation surpassed that of Exxon Mobil, making it the world’s largest public company. Not for long: by the end of the day’s trading, the tech giant was billion smaller than the oil giant: 7 billion to 8 billion. But Exxon’s lead is fragile. If the oil price falls further, Apple will surely outstrip it.无论从哪个角度看,这都是引人注目的成就。在14年的时间里,苹果从一个面临倒闭的电脑公司成功转型,成为券市场的超级明星。在8月9日其市值超过了埃克森美孚,成为世界上第一大上市公司。但不久在当日收盘时,科技巨头苹果的市值仅以10亿美元低于石油大亨:分别是3470亿美元和3480亿美元。但埃克森的领先不堪一击,如果油价继续下跌,苹果必然会超过。Oil remains a vital raw material, and Exxon can extract it from difficult places more efficiently than any other firm. But Apple’s rise reflects the growing influence of the digital industry, and the way that industry has changed. It used to be dominated by companies such as IBM and Microsoft, which made their billions selling software and services to corporations. Apple has leap-frogged both of them by delighting consumers.石油一直都是重要的原材料,埃克森美孚能够比其他公司更高效地从恶劣环境中提炼出石油。但苹果的崛起反映了数字产业与日俱增的影响力,以及它所带来的改变。过去的数字产业是IBM和微软公司的天下,它们以出售软件和务获得了巨大的赢利。凭着用户好评,苹果已跃升至两家公司之前。201108/150893

The Science of Fun 玩吧不是罪 Proof that grownups need playtime, too. And finally from us , everyone likes to have fun, even serious journalist like our Bill Blakemore and for this week's Nature's Edge Notebook, Bill talks to a respected scientist who has discovered that playtime is critically important for all species. Ok, look, it’s the middle of summer and I’m going on vocation tomorrow. And to be honest, I don't feel like doing any serious reporting today but like goofing off and getting playful like probably half the people here in the city, and since we always do Nature’s Edge stories outside, all I know is I want today’s story whatever it is, to be from that fun helium balloon, which is showed up here in Central Park for summer time amusement. And it occured to me that rather than feeling guilty about wanting to be playful, that is the story, and I should call up a psychologist we just learned of, Doctor Stuart Brown who does a serious thinking in a tree house over in California, and who has just written a book about the vital importance of remaining playful at all ages, so let’s call him up. Hello? Hello, Doctor Brown? That’s me .Are you in your tree house? I'm in my tree house. Well, we are in the balloon high above Central Park. And I was feeling very guilty about wanting to be playful rather than do a serious news report. What’s wrong with me? You get play deficit for one thing, just like sleep deficit so that’s why you’re eager to get on the road, and once you get on the road, you’d better do what you really want to do which just comes from within yourself and it’s voluntary. So you play. Playing is hard-wired genetically and it certainly fosters a lot of good things happening in the brain. Those said who don't play a lot, maybe very successful, but they are often compulsive , /they/ have a narrow repertoire responses to stress, are often dogged in their pursuit of a goal and if you look more closely, you have a small ring mild chronic depression .We are designed to play a whole life time and if you don't, you’re in trouble, Bill, I mean that’s just common sense Doctor Brown, thanks very much for talking to us. aha,Bye bye. This is Bill Blakemore A News heading to a vocation from high above Central Park; oh look at that over there, what is that green stuff. Can we go over there?参考中文翻译:每个人都喜欢玩,即使是我们非常严肃的的记者Bill Blakemore也是这样。在这周的Nature's Edge Notebook栏目中,Bill和一个非常受人尊敬的科学家谈话。这位科学家发现,玩对所有的人都非常重要。现在是仲夏日,我明天就要读度假。坦白的说,我并不觉得现在是在进行一个严肃的报道,反而像咋混日子,哄这半个城市的人们玩。由于我们一向在户外做Nature’s Edge 栏目,我希望今天的故事顺其自然,我们能从中央公园为夏日升起的氦气球找到乐趣。对我来说,想要玩的心情压过来愧疚感。这就是问题所在。我应该给我们刚才提到的心理学家Stuart Brown打电话咨询一下。这位心理学家现在在加利福尼亚的一个小木屋里进行严肃的思考,他最近刚写了一本书来阐述玩对各个年龄段的人都重要性。现在我们来接通他。你好。你好,是Brown医生吗?我就是。你现在还在你的小木屋里吗?是的。我们在中央公园高高的气球上。我正在为想玩而不像做一个严肃的报道而感到愧疚。我这是怎么回事呢?这说明你玩的不够,就像如果你睡眠不足你就会急切的在路上补回来,这样你才能更好的做你想做的事,因为这是自愿的。所以,你尽情的玩。玩是与生俱来的,它培养了我们大脑里发生的很多好的事情。那些玩得很少的人可能很成功,但是他们都是强迫性的,他们缓解压力的方法很少,一直都在顽固的追求他们的某一个目标。如果你更仔细的观察到话,你可能会有轻微的慢性抑郁症。我们生来就是要玩一辈子的,如果你没有,你就麻烦了。Bill,我的意思是这是常识。Doctor Brown,非常感谢你的意见。再见。这是将要去度假的Bill Blakemore在中央公园上空报道A新闻。噢,看一下那边,那些绿色的是什么呢?我们可以到那里去吗?200811/57104

Christmas is a festive time, especially for children. Families gather to celebrate the holidays with delicious meals and wrapped gifts. But for children whose families have no home of their own, Christmas can be a sad time.圣诞节是个欢快的时光,对孩子们来说尤其如此。家人团聚在一起,互赠礼物、分享美食。但是,对无家可归的孩子来说,圣诞节可能是一个悲伤的日子。To put a smile on homeless children's faces at this time of year, one man in New Orleans, Louisiana, organizes a Christmas party for what he calls the "Forgotten Angels."为了让这些孩子在节日里能露出笑容,一个新奥尔良的男子为那些他称之为“被遗忘的天使”们组织了一个圣诞派对。Getting startedWhen Clarence Adams applied to be a counselor at a New Orleans homeless shelter 16 years ago, he knew very little about homelessness.16年前,当克莱伦斯·亚当斯在新奥尔良无家可归者庇护中心申请一个顾问职位时,他对无家可归几乎没有任何概念。"After the interview, they gave me a tour in the building and it was lunch time," Adams says. "And I saw children there. That really bothered me. I just never thought about a child being homeless."他说:“面试后,他们领我在庇护中心里参观了一圈,那时正好是午饭时间。我看到那些孩子,觉得非常难过。我从来没想过,一个孩子也会无家可归。”Adams got the job and took it upon himself to help the kids coming to the shelter in any way he could. He went with their parents to register them for school and organized donation drives for school supplies. One day as the holidays neared, he talked to a friend about what it might be like for homeless children to celebrate Christmas. 亚当斯得到了那份工作,他开始把帮助无家可归的孩子们当作自己的责任。他和孩子家长一起去学校注册,组织为孩子们捐献学习用品的慈善活动。一年的圣诞节前,他和一个朋友谈论无家可归的孩子们是如何过圣诞节的。"Basically the only thing that these kids had to look forward to was having their Christmas dinner in the shelter with hundreds of people who they didn't know," he says. "I mentioned to my friend that if I ever got rich, I would just have a big party for homeless children. She said, 'Well, let's do it.'"亚当斯说:“基本上,这些孩子只能在庇护所里和数百个他们不认识的人一起吃顿圣诞晚餐。我说,如果我有钱了,我就为无家可归的孩子们举办一个盛大的派对。我的朋友说,好啊,就这么干。”201012/121718

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