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Hi, everybody. Yesterday, we learned that our businesses created another 118,000 new jobs in September. That makes 67 straight months of job creation, and 13.2 million new jobs in all. But we would be doing even better if we didnt have to keep dealing with crises in Congress every few months. And especially at a time when the global economy is softening, our own growth could slow if Congress doesnt do away with harmful austerity measures. Now, on Wednesday, more than half of Republicans in Congress voted to shut down the government for the second time in two years. Fortunately, there were enough votes in both parties to pass a last-minute bill to keep the government open for another ten weeks. Unfortunately, that gimmick only sets up another shutdown threat two weeks before Christmas. Look, thats not the way America should operate. It just kicks the can down the road without solving any problems or doing any long-term planning for the future. And thats why I will not sign another shortsighted, short-term spending bill like the one Congress sent me this week. Heres why. A few years ago, both parties agreed to put in place harmful, automatic cuts that make no distinction between spending we dont need and spending we do. Those cuts have actually kept our economy from growing faster. Even worse, theyre actually undermining the middle class. Heres one example. If we dont undo these mindless cuts, then next year, well be funding our kids education at the same levels per pupil we did in the year 2000. Compared to my budget, that would be like cutting federal funding for 4,500 schools, 17,500 teachers and aides, 1.9 million students. Thats not good for our kids or our economy. Its a prescription for American decline. And it shouldnt happen. We should invest in things like education today, or well pay the price tomorrow. But Congress should do its job, stop kicking the can down the road, and pass a serious budget rather than flirt with another shutdown. A serious budget is one that keeps America strong through our military, our law enforcement; that keeps America generous through caring for our veterans and our seniors; that keeps America competitive by educating our kids and our workers. Thats what I want to work with serious people in both parties to achieve. Because thats how well build on the progress of 13 million new jobs, and help the middle class get ahead. Thanks, everybody, and have a great weekend.201510/402742。

  • The tailings ponds are the largest toxic impoundments on the planet.那些残渣池是世上最大的毒性蓄水池Oil sands-r rather I should say tar sands-oil sands is a P.R.-created term,油砂-或者我该称它为沥青砂-油砂是公关部门创造的词汇,so that the oil companies wouldnt be trying to promote something that sounds like a sticky tar-like substance thats the worlds dirtiest oil.使石油公司不至于像是推广某种彷佛沥青般黏稠的物质或世上最脏的油。So they decided to call it oil sands.因此他们决定称它为油砂。The tar sands consume more water than any other oil process,沥青砂的生产过程比其他油类消耗更多水,three to five barrels of water are taken, polluted and then returned into tailings ponds,生产一桶原油 需使用三至五桶水,受污染的水进入残渣池,the largest toxic impoundments on the planet.成为世上最大的毒性蓄水池。SemCrude, just one of the licensees, SemCrude in just one of their tailings ponds,只是其中一家取得执照的公司,在他们拥有的其中一个残渣池中,dumps 250,000 tons of this toxic gunk every single day.每日倒入25万吨毒性黏稠物。Thats creating the largest toxic impoundments in the history of the planet.创造出有史以来最大的毒性蓄水池。So far, this is enough toxin to cover the face of Lake Eerie a foot deep.目前为止,其中的毒性物质足以覆盖伊利湖面一呎深。And the tailings ponds range in size up to 9,000 acres.残渣池的面积可达9000英亩。Thats two-thirds the size of the entire island of Manhattan.相当于三分之二个曼哈顿岛。Thats like from Wall Street at the southern edge of Manhattan up to maybe 120th Street.大约从曼哈顿南端的华尔街到第120街。So this is an absolutely-this is one of the larger tailings ponds.因此这确实是-这是其中较大的残渣池之一.This might be, what? I dont know, half the size of Manhattan.大约相当于-我不确定-半个曼哈顿岛.And you can see in the context,你可由之前的叙述得知,its just a relatively small section of one of 10 mining complexes and another 40 to 50 on stream to be approved soon.这只是十个矿场中某个矿场的一小部分,其他四、五十个矿场很快就会获得批准.And of course, these tailings ponds-well, you cant see many ponds from outer space and you can see these, so maybe we should stop calling them ponds,当然,这些残渣池-确实,你无法从外太空看见许多残渣池,但你可以看见这些因此或许我们不该称它为池,these massive toxic wastelands are built unlined and on the banks of the Athabasca River.这些大型毒性废料池并未装设防护措施散布于阿萨帕斯卡尔河沿岸.201511/408661。
  • Hi, everybody. Sunday is International Womens Day-a day to celebrate remarkable women and girls worldwide, and to re-dedicate ourselves to defending the fundamental rights and dignity of all people.大家好!周日是国际妇女节,这是全世界妇女和女海的节日,同样值此节日也提醒我们继续投身于捍卫全人类最基本的权力和尊严。Thats why, this week, Michelle and I launched a new initiative on a topic thats close to both our hearts: girls education.正因如此,本周米歇尔和我提出了一项我们非常关心的计划:女孩子的教育。Its called “Let Girls Learn.” And its goal is to help more girls around the world go to school and stay in school. Right now, 62 million girls who should be in school, are not. And thats not an accident. Its the direct result of barriers, large and small, that stand in the way of girls who want to learn.这个名为《让女孩上学》的计划目标是帮助更多世界各地的女孩子走进校门,接受教育。现在,有6200万女孩子应该在学校,事实却没有。这不是什么偶然现象。这或多或少,是阻碍渴望接受教育的女孩子上学的传统藩篱导致的直接结果。Maybe their families cant afford the school fees. Maybe the risk of being hurt or kidnapped or even killed by men who will do anything to stop girls from learning is just too great. Or maybe they arent in school because theyre expected to get married and become mothers while theyre still teenagers-or even earlier. In too many parts of the world, girls are still valued more for their bodies than for their minds. Thats just plain wrong. And we all have to do more to stop it.也许是她们的家庭无法承担学费。也许是害怕受到伤害、绑架甚至杀害,一些人一直在想方设法不让她们上学,以至她们感到上学的风险巨大。也许她们不能上学是因为家里人希望她们十多岁甚至更小就结婚生子。在世界上的很多地方,大量女孩子的价值依然在于她们自身的身体而不是她们的思想。这简直就是大错特错。我们要全力阻止这样的事情发生。Thats the idea behind “Let Girls Learn.” Were making it clear to any country thats our partner-or that wants to be our partner-that they need to get serious about increasing the number of girls in school. Our diplomats and development experts are aly hard at work. Our Peace Corps volunteers will play a big role, too. And were putting our partnerships with NGOs, businesses and foundations to work on behalf of girls everywhere.以上就是《让女孩上学》背后的推动力。我们将与任何一个合作伙伴国家或希望与我们成为合作伙伴的国家明确这一点,要严肃对待女孩子受教育问题,努力增加在校女生数量。我们的外交和发展专家们已经付出了巨大努力,和平工作志愿者们也承担了重大职责。我们正在促进伙伴国家与非政府组织、企业和各类基金会的合作,为全球各地的女孩子争取更多权益。I come to this issue as the leader of the worlds largest economy, and Commander-in-Chief of the worlds most powerful military, and Im convinced that a world in which girls are educated is a safer, more stable, more prosperous place. When girls are educated, their future children are healthier and better nourished. Their future wages increase, which in turn strengthens their families security. National growth gets a boost, too. And places where women and girls are treated as full and equal citizens tend to be more stable and more democratic.作为全球最大经济体的领袖和全世界最强大军队的总司令,我十分关心这一问题,而且我也坚信,一个女孩子能受到良好教育的世界是更安全、更稳定,更繁荣的世界。当女孩子接受教育了,未来她们的子女会更健康,更加茁壮成长。她们未来的工资收入会更高,这反过来也会让她们的家庭经济基础更稳定。国家发展也能获得新的动力。妇女儿童具有完全而公平的公民资格的地方将成为更稳定、更民主的地方。But I also come to this issue as the father of two wonderful young women. And I know that there are lots of girls just like Malia and Sasha out there-girls who are funny and caring and inquisitive and strong, and have so much to offer the world.但作为两个小女孩儿的父亲,我也十分关心这个问题。我知道世界上还有很多像玛丽亚和萨沙一样的女孩儿,她们阳光、有爱、好学、坚强,她们让这个世界变的丰富多。Its a privilege to be the parent of girls. And we want to make sure that no girl out there is denied her chance to learn-that no girl is prevented from making her unique contributions to the world. Because every girl-every girl-deserves our respect. And every girl deserves an education.有女儿的父母是幸运的。我们希望任何一个女孩儿都不会被剥夺受教育的权力,任何一个女孩儿都不会被剥夺为世界做出独特贡献的机会。因为,每一个女孩儿、每一个女孩儿都应该得到我们的尊重。每一个女孩儿都应该得到良好教育。Thanks, and have a great weekend.谢谢大家,祝你们周末愉快。 201503/363322。
  • And you actually start this game in a drop of water,其实是从一滴水里开始这个游戏的,as a very, very small single-cell creature,这时你还是一个很小很小的单细胞生物,and right off the bat you basically just have to live, survive, reproduce.然后马上你需要开始基本的生存、生活、繁衍。So here we are, at a very microscopic scale, swimming around.你看,它小极了,游来游去。And I actually realize that cells dont have eyes,我知道事实上细胞生物没有眼睛,but it helps to make it cute.但是眼睛使它看起来更可爱。The players are going to play through every generation of this species,玩家会逐步经历这个物种的每一代进化,and as you play the game the creature is actually growing bit by bit.当你玩这个游戏的时候,这个生物就一点一点地长大。And as we start growing the camera will actually start zooming out,当它开始生长的时候,镜头会变焦and things that you see in the background there will actually start slowly pulling into the foreground,使得你在背景中看到的景物会慢慢地往前移,showing you a little bit of what youll be interacting with as you grow.让你知道当它成长的时候会遇到什么。So as we eat, the camera starts pulling out,瞧,当它进食的时候,镜头会拉远,and then we start interacting with kind of larger and larger organisms.然后我们开始和越来越大的生物体互动。Now, we actually play through many generations here, at the cellular scale.我们可以在细胞层面经历好多代。Im going to skip ahead here.我要跳过这一级了。At some point we get larger, and we actually get to a macro-evolution scale.当我们变大之后,就会进入到进化的宏观层面。Now at this point were leaving the water,在这个界面中,我们离开了水,and one thing thats kind of important about this game is that, at every level,这个游戏中很重要的一点是,在每一个级别中,the player is designing their creature, and thats a fundamental aspect of this.玩家可以自己设计生物的形态。这是很基本的。Now, in the evolution game here,那么,在这个进化游戏中,the creature scale, basically you have to eat, survive, and then reproduce.在生物的层面上,你要做的基本上就是进食、生存、繁殖。You know, very Darwinian.这很符合达尔文的理论。One thing we noticed with ;The Sims,;大家在我以前创作的“模拟”系列游戏中which is a game I did earlier, is that players love making stuff.已经注意到,玩家喜欢做东西。When they were able to make stuff in the game当他们自己可以制作东西时,they had a tremendous amount of empathy in connection to it.他们就会对它产生极大的共情感,Even if it wasnt as pretty as what other people would make it哪怕做出来的东西并不是人们想象的那么美丽as a professional artist would make for games就像专业的艺术家为游戏设计的那样it really stuck with them and they really cared about what would happen to it.但玩家对它们不离不弃,对它遇到的一切非常关心。So at this point, weve left the water, and now with this little creature --所以现在,我们离开了水。我们可以让这个小家伙——we could bring up the volume a little bit -- and now we might try to eat.我们可以把音量调大一点——让它吃东西,We might sneak up on this little guy over here maybe, and try and eat him.我们可以悄悄接近这个小东西,然后吃掉它。OK, well, we fight.好,我们干一架。OK, we got him. Now we get a meal.嗯,我们打败了它。现在我们开吃。So really, at this part of the game,所以在游戏的这个部分,what were doing is were running around and surviving,我们就是在游荡和生存,and also getting to the next generation,并且制造下一代,because were going to play through every generation of this creature.因为我们要经历这个生物的每一代。We can mate, so Im going to see if one of these creatures wants to mate with me.我们可以交配,所以我要看看这个同类是不是愿意和我交配。Yeah. We didnt want to replay actual evolution with humans and all that嗯。我们并不想重复人类实际的进化过程,because its almost more interesting to look at alternate possibilities in evolution.因为看看别的可能也许更加有趣。Evolution is usually presented as this one path that we took through,我们经历的进化过程有时候显得像是唯一的方式but really it represents this huge set of possibilities.但是进化其实有很多的可能方式201512/418605。
  • Hi, everybody. On Tuesday, I gave my final State of the Union Address. And a focus was this: how do we make the new economy work better for everyone, not just those at the top?大家好!周二我发表了最后一次国情咨文演讲。其中重点就是:我们如何保在新经济环境下,更好的让每个人都从发展中受益,而不仅仅是社会顶层的少数人?After the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes, were in the midst of the longest streak of private-sector job growth in our history. More than 14 million new jobs. An unemployment rate cut in half. At the same time, our economy continues to go through profound changes that began long before the Great Recession hit. Its changed to the point where even when folks have jobs; even when the economy is growing; its harder for hardworking families to pull themselves out of poverty, harder for young people to start out on their careers, and tougher for workers to retire when they want to.在经历我们此生遭遇的最严重的经济危机之后,我们正处在私有经济发展最良好的历史窗口期中。新增就业岗位超过1400万个。失业率也下降了一半。与此同时,我们的经济也正在经历深刻的变革,这一变革远在大萧条之前就已经开始。这种变革就在于,即便人们有了工作,即便经济一直在不断发展,对工薪家庭而言,要靠他们自身的力量摆脱贫困越来越难,年轻人想要找到一份好工作也越来越难,劳动者想要体面退休也变得越来越难。Thats a big part of the reason a lot of working families are feeling anxious. And it offends our fundamentally American belief that everybody who works hard should be able to get ahead.这正是大量工薪家庭越来越焦虑的主要原因所在。这种情绪侵蚀了美国人民坚定的信念:即每个辛勤付出的人都可以获得成功。Thats why weve been fighting so hard to give families more opportunity and more security-by working to create more good jobs, invest in our middle class, and help working people get a raise. Its what the Affordable Care Act is all about-filling in the gaps in employer-based care so that when somebody loses a job, or goes back to school, or starts that new business, they still have health care. And its why I believe weve got to take steps to modernize our unemployment insurance system.正因如此,我们一直在努力,给每个家庭更多机会,更多保障。努力为大家提供更多工作机会,对中产阶级进行投资,提高工薪人员工资。这也正是《平价医保法》所做的事情,弥补雇主提供的保障留下的空缺,这样即便你失业了,或重返学校进修了,或者开办了新的公司,依然可以享受医疗保险。因此,我相信,我们需要采取措施,完善失业保险体制。If a hardworking American loses her job, regardless of what state she lives in, we should make sure she can get unemployment insurance and some help to retrain for her next job. If shes been unemployed for a while, we should reach out to her and connect her with career counseling. And if she finds a new job that doesnt pay as much as her old one, we should offer some wage insurance that helps her pay her bills. Under my plan, experienced workers who now make less than ,000 could replace half of their lost wages-up to ,000 over two years. Its a way to give families some stability and encourage folks to rejoin the workforce-because we shouldnt just be talking about unemployment; we should be talking about re-employment.如果一位辛勤工作的人失去了工作,无论她住在哪个州,我们都应该确保他可以拿到失业保险,以及获得为寻找新工作的职业培训。如果她失业有一段时间了,我们应该找到她,联系她,为她做一些职业咨询。如果她找到了一份工作,但工资没有以前的工作工资高,我们应该为她提供工资保险,让她可以付日常账单。按照我的计划,业务熟练的劳动者,如果年收入低于5万元,可以得到换工作产生的损失工资一半的收入补偿,最高可以达到两年10万元。通过这种方式,可以让众多家庭的经济基础更稳定,并鼓励人们重新参加工作,因为我们不能只是讨论失业率,我们还应该讨论讨论再就业率。Thats when America works best-when everyone has opportunity; when everyone has some security; and when everyone can contribute to this country we love. Thats how we make sure that hardworking families can get ahead. And thats what Ill be fighting for with every last day of my presidency.这是美国最好的状态,人人都有机会,人人都有保障,人人都可以为我们深爱的国家做出贡献。这样,我们就可以确保辛勤付出的工薪家庭可以取得成功。这也是我们在总统任上将持续为之奋斗的任务。Thanks everybody. Have a great weekend. 谢谢大家,周末愉快!201601/423583。
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