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Ciao.我去喝杯卡布奇诺,一切都会好的,再见。Anna, has Rachel gone out?安娜,瑞秋走了吗?Yes.是的。Shes a bit of a man-eater.她简直是食人族。She almost ate me once.她有一次差点吃了我。She eats men?她吃人?Well, not exactly.也不是。I worked with her in my last job.我上一份工作和她一起合作。 /201705/507594Conditions on Mars were so harsh that it was hard to imagine any life surviving there. The idea of sophisticated aliens was wiped out. We know that conditions on Mars today are not very good for life. If you were to go out on the Mars without a spacesuit, I don't recommend it. But if you were, what would happen is your body fluids would literally start to boil, because vapor pressure on Mars is lower than the boiling point of water at body temperature. So this would not be a very good thing in terms of your ears, eyes, nose and throat. You would quickly suffocate and essentially drown in your own bodily fluid." It was clear that Mars could not be home to advanced life forms. For a while it meant that perhaps we were alone after all. Mars, it seemed, was a dead end. It wasn't until years later during expeditions in the 70s that they saw that the image of Mars as a dead planet was not quite right. After a while when people start thinking about it though, you look more into it, then you start realizing “Well, yeah, it is desolate. It's very dry.” But you know there are other things going on. Volcanoes and explosions had clearly once torn across this planet, leaving the surface pockmarked and scarred. Far from being dead, Mars had all the features of once being very much alive. We started seeing all these incredible things. It has mountains there bigger than any mountains on Earth. It's got canyons that are bigger than the Grand Canyon. All these volcanoes, parts of Mars was cratered, parts weren't. It's got tremendous altitude variations over the surface of the planet. It's just a very rich environment. So that was a very exciting, exciting time. I was surprised by almost everything.It wasn't just the geology of Mars that was surprising. It also contained all the basic ingredients for life. Here was a planet that had all the elements needed for life, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, sunlight. And yet there was no clear evidence of life. To me this was a mystery story; it was a sort of lights-are-on-but-nobody's-home result. So life could form on Mars. There's nothing there preventing it. We do have the basic building blocks.body fluid: a natural bodily fluid or secretion of fluid such as blood, semen, or saliva; total body water, contained principally in blood plasma and in intracellular and interstitial fluidsvapor pressure: the pressure exerted by a vapor in equilibrium with its solid or liquid phasepockmarked: marked by smallpox; pitted200809/48084Credit goes to pelesink, Vivianlmx, iamma, alicewang85,kokozhang, spookyshit, Francoiseliang and yerick. Many thanks to your sincere participation! Katie Couric: Dr. Gale Saltz, is a psychiatrist and a contributor here on Today. Hi, Gale,good morning.Gail Saltz: Good morning, Katie.Katie Couric: You know I was thinking as I watched that piece, emotional affairs in some ways much ...must be more intoxicating, because it's unrequited love.Gail Saltz: You are absolutely right. It's that crushy feeling. It's that new love feeling sustained 'cause in a way it never gets consummated.They giveyou a high, that's practically addictive.Katie Couric: So do you think it is as damaging if not more damaging (if in a physical affair) I mean, obviously you prefer to have neither.Gail Saltz: I mean if it's... You prefer to have neither and of course it's both, because often an emotional affair turns into a sexual affair as well. Obviously that's just as devastating. But the point is, say, the one night stand vs. the emotional affair? Most people would tell you they are more devastated by the emotional affair because that's really a betrayal of the love, of the feeling. It's not so much about the physical act, but what the physical act represents, which is your loving feelings and your intimacy being betrayed.Katie Couric: How do you know if you are in the middle of an emotional affair vs. just a close friendship(Sure.) with a colleague (Sure.)or a friend?Gail Saltz: You know what it really has to do with secrecy. It really has to with deception. Are you telling your spouse or your partner about your meeting? how often you're talking, or you're kind of keeping it a secret by omission. That tells you a lot about what's going on and also do you know there is basically a sexual attraction even if it's not spoken about. Are you telling that person lots of things about your mate, about your life, your intimate feelings, including potentially your marital dissatisfaction that you're not talking with your spouse about? And are you acting in a way that if your partner could see you, you would feel guilty? In other words, if there was a tape of you're having coffee, or you're having a drink, or you're talking on the phone, are you, would you actually not be doing and saying what you're doing if your spouse were there. Katie Couric: And it's probably very difficult to be emotionally involved with two people at the same time, so clearly I could see how this emotional affair could take the place( It does.) of a marriage, and then have even less intimacy in the marriage, because you're not sharing(That's what I) your emotional life.Gail Saltz: Exactly. That's why. That's what the emotional affair is about, because basically you are robbing a marriage to give to this other person. You're taking your emotional investment coz we only have so much we can invest and you're giving it to somebody else and whether you know it or not, you're growing a distance in your primary relationship.Katie Couric: So what do you do if you feel like you are in the middle of an emotional affair. You feel guilty about it. It is secretive. Your spouse would not be happy if he or she knew what was transpiring. (Right ) So how do you get out of it? How do you extricate yourself because as I said it must be incredibly heady for the participants.Gail Saltz: It is. It is. But look, the first order of the business is admitting to yourself that you're doing it, because quite honestly there is tremendous denial. There are so many people out there who are doing this and say,"But it's OK, because we are not having sex." And that's not the case. You really have to fess up to yourself that in fact, you're giving all this emotional investment to another person and then, frankly you have to end it. No, you can't say."We're just gonna be friends." It really doesn't work. If you aly crossed that line until lovey-dovey feelings(You've got to go call turkey.) You just gotta go call turkey. You really can't stay friends. And you gotta be honest with your partner because who probably knows it at some level that something is going on. And you need to tell them,"I am sorry. I'm taking it away from us. I have been giving emotion to someone else. I'm gonna stop that."Katie Couric: And usually they can forgive for that if it hasn't gone into a full blown affair.(It hasn't gone into....) We only have a couple of seconds left. But how often do these emotional affairs end up being physical ones?Gail Saltz: Probably at least half the time. It's basically a continuum, and eventually if this stays long enough, you're gonna make that next move.Katie Couric: All right. So people need to be very aware of what they are getting themselves into ...Gail Saltz: Absolutely ...because you know, you often don't realize how much you value your marriage until you're losing it.Katie Couric: That's right. All right. Gale Saltz. (dong dong dong)...Thank you Gail.200707/15287Turkey's Ruling Party Defending Itself in Court土耳其执政党在宪法法院自我辩护 Turkey's ruling AK Party Thursday defended itself in the country's constitutional court against charges it is undermining the secular state. The party is facing dismantling, and dozens of its leaders, including the prime minister and president, a political ban. 土耳其执政党星期四在土耳其宪法法院为这个党辩护,反驳指责该党正在破坏土耳其政教分离制度的指控。土耳其执政党面临被解散,几十名党内领导人,包括总理和总统,面临被禁止参政的命运。The Deputy Prime Minister Cemil Cicek spent the day Thursday defending his party in a closed session of the Turkish constitutional court. The Islamic-rooted AK Party is accused by the country's top prosecutor of seeking to overthrow the secular state.  土耳其副总理奇切克星期四整天都在土耳其宪法法院的闭门庭审中为本党辩护。土耳其总检察长指控信奉伊斯兰教义的土耳其正义与发展党企图推翻这个政教分离的国家。Speaking to reporters after leaving court, Cicek, who is a lawyer, dismissed the charge.  身为律师的奇切克在离开法庭时对记者表示,这种指控没有道理。He said he explained to the court the prosecutor's case against his party is not based on law. We said the case has to be judged on many levels, including constitutional law, human rights conventions and Turkish law. He said he told the court this case should be decided speedily is it affects the governance of the country. 他说,他向法庭解释说,检察官对他的党的指控没有法律依据。我们说,这个案子必须经过多层面的审判,包括宪法、人权公约和土耳其法律 。他说,他告诉宪法法庭说,这个案子应该迅速裁决,因为这影响到国家的治理。Chief Prosecutor Abdurrahman Yalcinkaya told the court earlier this week the AK Party posed a "clear and present danger" that it was seeking to impose Islamic law on the country. Modern Turkey was founded in 1923 as a strictly secular state.  土耳其总检察长耶尔钦卡亚这个星期早些时候在法庭上表示,正义与发展党对土耳其构成“明显与现实的危险”,因为它正在企图把伊斯兰法律强加于土耳其。现代土耳其建国于1923年,是一个严格的政教分离国家。Along with the threat of the AK Party closure, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gul, along with 69 senior party members, are facing a five-year political ban if convicted.  如果被告被判有罪的话,在执政党正义与发展党被取缔的同时,总理埃尔多安、总统居尔以及69名党内高层人员也将被禁止在5年内参政。Political analysts predict Turkey will be thrown into a political and economic turmoil if the court orders the party to be disbanded. 政治分析人士预计,如果法庭裁决解散正义与发展党,土耳其将陷入政治和经济混乱。More than 20 government critics, including two retired generals, were arrested earlier this week in what the opposition claims is the government's intimidation campaign. The arrests are part of a year-long police investigation into allegations the opposition is conspiring to topple the government. 在本周早些时候,有20多名批评政府的人被捕,包括两名退役将军。反对党说,这是政府的恫吓运动。一年来警方一年以来一直在调查有关反对党阴谋推翻政府的指控,这些逮捕是这个调查的一部分。Deputy chairman of the AK Party, Dengir Mir Mehmet Firat, dismissed the intimidation charge. 正义与发展党副主席弗拉特否认执政党进行恫吓的说法。He said as the political party in power, the AK Party is acting with an understanding of its duties and obligations. He accused certain circles in the opposition of trying to politicize the police probe. 他说,正义与发展党作为执政党,在采取行动时考虑到自己的职责与义务。他指责反对派的某些人企图把警方调查工作政治化。200807/43362

Anchor: Are You looking for the perfect recipe for business success? look no further than between the pages of Martha Stewart's latest book the Martha Rules: Ten Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start to Build or Manage a Bussiness. And Martha should know she has got magzines, books, product lines and television shows both daytime and prime time with her name on all of them. Martha ,good morning(HI.) ,welcome back!(Thank you!)You know everybody obviously admires your business, acumen and prowess and what a smart, savvy business woman you are. And obviously you wanted to share the secrets of your success. Right?Martha: Oh,yes.Finally, I've got to write a book that's not a cook book, not a how-to book about decorating or weddings, not that those are bad. Those are fantastic . But I finally wrote down what I think are very simple practical ways to be successful in an entrepreneurial venture.Anchor: And I know in the first a few pages of the book, you talk ,Martha about your experience, said that, at the Alderson Federal Prison and I thoght it was so funny instead of picking locks ,they were picking your brain. All those women, they were trying to figure out, you know, ideas so they could be more entrepreneurial(It was so...) which I think it's amazing .(It was so interesting, because...)You were like a de facto business consultant.Martha: Well,I was. And because in many of these institutions there are no consultants,there are no real teachers there to help these women, whom...some of whom were incarcerated for 20 years.(Right)I mean this is not good. But I was so happy to be able to be of use and be helpful and give advice,(I think it's so great)because their minds are working 24 hours a day just like our minds are working.( And they have a lot of time to think) And they have a lot of time to think and plan for the future. And they should be encouraged to. But this is not just for women in prison.(No,no, obviously it's for all women but some are universal). This book is for, as well as for men and women who have a good idea , who think that they are entrepreneurial,who really want to build a business, manage a business and grow a business.Anchor: Let's talk about some of your rules. We don't have time to go through all of them Martha. But one is passion. And that is the number one rule in your book.(right).You have to be passionate about what you're doing . You say, don't confuse enthusiasm with passion.What do you mean?Martha: Well, I mean that you should really build your business aroud, something that you are inherently passionate about. It's very important that you have a deep-seated interest in what you want to work in. Because otherwise it's just gonna be another job.(It's gonna be drudgery.)Yeah. Well ,it could be. I don't ever say I'm going to work to work.You know .(right)I'm going to work to create. I'm going to work to make a wonderful television program.(and have fun)I'm going out to the garden to garden not to work in the garden.That's passion.Anchor: And in fact, you've also talked about how frustration can lead to a good idea.For example you were frustrated that you couldn't find a pink collar you were looking for(exactly) ,and so you decided to create your own from chicken eggs I remember ing about that in your magzine Park. Believes and stones vary Martha.Martha: Yep. But it's true. I mean because I look for what's not there that I need. And if it's not there, it may be the basis for a really good business.I'm sure Bill Gates did that when he started Microsoft. I'm sure the Google guys did that when they started Google. It's looking for the void, filling that void with something useful and needed by many many people. Anchor: You talk about keeping quality on the pedestal and sometimes quality and mass consumption are (at) odds. Not even mass consumption but profitability, (right)let's say.Martha: Right. But it's more about the bottom line. And one of the first things to go when you're cutting cost then you're trying to keep your business afloat may be the quality of your big idea. That product that you are so proud of. Don't let the quality go.Anchor: And You also say take risks not chances. And that brings me to the question. Are you obviously, you are taking a lot of risks right now,are you happy doing everything you have done I mean(Oh, very much so.) in another words do you have any regrets?Martha: None, I mean none, I mean I went through a period of 2 years of that great difficulty, came back with a passion, with a really guiding light behind me(Right.), trying to focus on making sure that every aspect of our businesses of Martha Stewart Living was great. And I try to get that across in the book.That you really have to focus, you have to be determined ,you have to keep the quality, keep the big idea.Work really hard and have an A(ce) team all around you. All of that is disccussed in this book, which I think will be very useful. You should it if you, you know.. .Anchor: Yeah,yeah I could always use a little help in every area of my life .Well, the book is Martha ,the Martha Rules: Ten Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start ,Build or Manage a Business. Martha,as always great to see you! You can an except on our website by the way.(Excellent!)200807/44664

France has launched a groundbreaking program to educate future imams and Muslim chaplains about the country and its values. The goal: to put a French stamp on Islam, the second largest religion in France.  法国启动了一个具有开创性的项目,向未来的伊斯兰教长和穆斯林神职人员传授有关法国和法国价值观的知识。这个项目的目标是给伊斯兰教打上法国的印记。伊斯兰教是法国的第二大宗教。The courses are being held in an unusual location - the Catholic Institute of Paris, an institution better known for training priests and Christian scholars than Muslim clerics. Established in collaboration with the French government and the Paris mosque, the program began in January with a largely male class of 25. It aims to give the students a broad understanding of France's legal, historical and social mores. 这些课程在一个不寻常的地方教授,这个地方就是巴黎天主教研究所。这个研究所以培养天主教神父和学者而闻名,而不是以培养穆斯林神职人员而闻名。法国政府和巴黎清真寺合作开办的这个项目在1月份开始,班上的25个学员大多为男性。课程的目的是让学生对法国的法律、历史和社会有一个大体上的了解。What the year-long program does not do, says Interior Ministry spokesman Gerard Gachet is offer theology training. 法国内政部发言人加西特说,这个为期一年的项目不会提供神学方面的培训。Gachet says religious training for the future clerics is the role of Muslim institutes. But the government believes the courses on France will help shape a French Islam that is perfectly in touch with society. 他说,对未来神职人员在宗教上的培训是穆斯林研究所的事。但是政府认为,有关法国的课程将帮助建立一个同社会完全接轨的法国伊斯兰教。The students at the Catholic Institute course are largely foreign born, with many coming from North and sub-Saharan Africa. The program's director, Olivier Bobineau, says they are eager to learn. 天主教研究所学习的学生大多数在外国出生,许多人来自北非和撒哈拉以南的非洲国家。这个项目的主管比内乌说,这些学生求知欲很强。Bobineau says he hopes the students end up with a better understanding of the relationship between politics and religion in France - and the values and rules that exist here. 比内乌说,他希望学生们最终能对法国的政治和宗教之间的关系、以及法国现存的价值观和法规有更好的理解。Experts say the courses fill a critical gap. Most of France's five to seven million Muslims - the largest Muslim community in Western Europe - were born here. By contrast, roughly 80 percent of the 1,200 imams preaching in French mosques and prayer houses were born overseas. Some cannot converse with their own faithful, much less understand French laws and social customs. 专家说,这些项目会填补一个重要的空白。法国的5百万到7百万穆斯林中的大多数都在法国出生。法国的穆斯林社区是西欧最大的。然而,在法国清真寺和祷告地点的1千2百名伊斯兰教长中有大约80%的人是在外国出生。一些神职人员连跟他们的信徒交流都做不到、更不要说理解法国法律和社会习俗了。Sociologist Franck Fregosi specializes in Islam at the National Center for Scientific Research, a French think tank.Fregosi says foreign-born imams are often unprepared for their jobs in France. He syas many Turkish clerics, for example, do not know anything about French history, some preachers cannot speak French. 法国的智库--国家科学研究中心研究伊斯兰教的社会学家弗里古斯说,外国出生的教长常常对他们在法国的工作没有准备。他说,比方说,一些土耳其的神职人员对法国历史一无所知,一些传道者不能说法语。Djelloul Seddiki, the director of the Al Ghazali imam training program at the Paris mosque agrees. 巴黎清真寺的教长培训项目主管塞迪奇同意这种观点。For example, Seddiki says, the mosque's Koranic program can teach students that a man can have up to four wives - in accordance with Muslim tradition. But polygamy is illegal in France. 他说,比方说,清真寺的古兰经课程教授学生,一个男人可以有多达4个妻子,这同穆斯林的传统一致,但是多妻制在法国是非法的。The Catholic Institute's training has another goal: To ensure a moderate, tolerant Islam flourishes in France, which has been the target of Islamist terrorist attacks. 天主教研究所的培训还有另一个目标:确保法国的伊斯兰教温和、包容的发展。这已经成为伊斯兰恐怖分子袭击的目标。For now, the students come only from the Paris mosque. Those affiliated with other French Muslim organizations, including the popular, more fundamentalist Union of Islamic Organizations of France, do not participate - reflecting larger, political divisions within France's Muslim community. 到现在为止,学生们都是来自巴黎清真寺。那些同其他法国穆斯林组织有关的组织都没有参加,比如著名的、原教旨主义色更浓的法国伊斯兰组织联盟也没有参加。这反映出在法国的穆斯林社会中有更大的政治分歧。What is clear is that the clerics graduating from the program are desperately needed. Roughly half of all French mosques have no preachers. But the new graduates are not necessarily assured of jobs.  显而易见的是,从这个项目毕业的神职人员是很抢手的。法国大约一半的清真寺没有传教者。但是新的毕业生也不一定就能保找到工作。Djelloul Seddiki of the Paris mosque.Seddiki says many Muslim communities in France simply cannot afford to pay the salaries of full-time imams. Some of those who do preach here, from Algeria or Turkey, are paid for by their governments. The rest preach part time and sometimes free of charge. 巴黎清真寺的塞迪奇说,法国许多穆斯林社区甚至付不起全职教长的工资。一些来自阿尔及利亚或土耳其的教长在这些清真寺传教,他们的工资由他们国家的政府付,其他的传教人员不是兼职就是义务工作的。France's Muslim community is trying to come up with its own means of financing its clerics. Seddiki, for one, believes this will happen - in time.  法国的穆斯林社区试图找到自己负担神职人员工资的途径。比方说,塞迪奇就相信,这最终会实现的。200803/29899

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