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大理做处女膜修复鹤庆县人民医院做彩超B超价格I went to a public high school on Long Island. Syosset high school. Ooh, Hello Syosset.我念的是长岛的公立高中。西奥赛特中学。哇哦,你们好,西奥赛特的校友们。The girls I went to school with had Prada bag and flat-ironed hair and they spoke with an accent, I who had moved here at age 9 from Connecticut mimicked to fit in. Florida oranges. Chocolate Cherries.和我一起上学的女孩们有普拉达手袋,拉直了头发,她们说话带有的口音,是我9岁从康涅狄格搬到这里后为了融入一直致力模仿的。佛罗里达橘子,巧克力樱桃。Since Im ancient and the Internet was just starting when I was in high school.因为我太老了,在我高中的时候互联网才刚刚开始兴起。People didnt really pay that much attention to the fact that I was an actress.大家并不怎么在意我是一个演员。I was known mainly in school for having a backpack bigger than I was and always having white-out on my hands, because I hated seeing anything crossed out in my notebooks.我在学校为人所知的主要原因是有一个比自己还大的背包,手上总是有涂改液,因为我讨厌在我的笔记本上看到叉。I was voted for my senior yearbook most likely to be a contestant on Jeopardy or code for nerdiest.我在毕业年鉴中被评选为最可能成为智力竞赛选手的人,通俗来说就是最呆的书呆子。When I got to Harvard just after the release of Star Wars Episode one.我在哈佛上学那年星球大战一刚上映。I knew I would be starting over in terms of how people viewed me.我知道我需要重建别人对我的看法了。I feared people would assume I gotten in just for being famous, and that they will think that I was not worthy of the intellectual rigor here.我担心人们会认为我只是靠知名度被录取的,他们会认为我配不上这里严苛的智力水平。And it would not have been far from the truth.其实事实上八九不离十。When I came here I never written a 10-page paper before.我来到这里前从未写过一份10页纸长的论文。Im not even sure Id written a 5-page paper.我甚至不确定我能写出5页纸长的论文。I was alarmed and intimidated by the calm eyes of fellow students, who came here from Dalton or Exeter who thought that compared to high school the workload here was easy.我被同学们冷静的眼神刺激并吓到了,他们从道尔顿或埃克塞特毕业,认为和高中相比,这里的作业量少之又少。I was completely overwhelmed and thought that ing a thousand pages a week with unimaginable.我完全不知所措,认为一礼拜看完一千页书籍简直无法想象。That writing a fifty-page thesis is just something I could never do.写一篇50页的论文我永远都不可能做得到。I had no ideas how to declare my intentions.我完全不知道该怎么表达我的意图。I couldnt even articulate them to myself.我对自己都无法解释。Ive been acting since I was 11, but I thought acting was too frivolous and certainly not meaningful.我从11岁就开始演戏,但是我认为演戏是轻佻且无意义的。I came from a family of academics and was very concerned of being taken seriously.我出身书香门第,非常在意别人是否把我当回事。In contrast to my inability to declare myself, on my first day of orientation freshman year, five separate students introduce themselves to me by saying Im going to be President. Remember I told you that.跟我的不敢言明相比,大一新生培训的第一天,5位同学分别对我自我介绍说:我将来会成为总统。记住我今天跟你说的话。Their names, for the record, were Bernie Sanders, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz , Barack Obama, and Hilary Clinton.严肃地说,他们的名字分别是伯尼·桑德斯,马克·卢比奥,泰德·克鲁兹夜总会,巴拉克·奥巴马和希拉里·克林顿。(调侃总统候选人)201506/381692大理妇科医院哪家好 So in the oasis of intelligentsia that is TED,I stand here before you this evening as an expert in dragging heavy stuff around cold places. TED是智慧的绿洲,我有幸今晚站在这儿,以一位行走在天寒地冻区域的探险专家的身份发言。Ive been leading polar expeditions for most of my adult life,and last month, my teammate Tarka LHerpiniere and I finished the most ambitious expedition Ive ever attempted. 成年后,我把大部分时间用于带领极地探险,上个月,我和队友拉卡?赫皮尼尔,完成了有生以来最雄心勃勃的探险。In fact, it feels like Ive been transported straight here from four months in the middle of nowhere,mostly grunting and swearing, straight to the TED stage. 我差不多像是从那无人区四个月的骂骂咧咧生活中,直接被传送到了演说现场。So you can imagine thats a transition that hasnt been entirely seamless.因此你大概能注意到,我还没缓过劲儿来。One of the interesting side effects seems to be that my short-term memory is entirely shot.其中一个有意思的后遗症,就是我的短期记忆真的非常短,So Ive had to write some notes to avoid too much grunting and swearing in the next 17 minutes.所以我不得不做记些笔记,来让剩下的17分钟,不会充斥咒骂和嘟哝。This is the first talk Ive given about this expedition,and while we werent sequencing genomes or building space telescopes,这是我第一次谈论这次探险,虽然我们没有做出基因测序, 或是建太空望远镜这样的贡献,this is a story about giving everything we had to achieve something that hadnt been done before.但这次探险里,我们依然竭尽所能,达成了人类前所未有的目标。So I hope in that you might find some food for thought.而我也希望你们能从中获得些启示。It was a journey, an expedition in Antarctica,the coldest, windiest, driest and highest altitude continent on Earth. 这是一次南极洲探险,全世界最冷,风最大,最干燥, 海拔最高的大洲。Its a fascinating place. Its a huge place.那是个不可思议的,巨大的地方。Its twice the size of Australia,a continent that is the same size as China and India put together. 它的面积是澳大利亚版图的两倍,等同于中国和印度版图面积的总和。As an aside, I have experienced an interesting phenomenon in the last few days,说句题外话,前些天我遇上了个有趣现象,something that I expect Chris Hadfield may get at TED in a few years time,conversations that go something like this: 宇航员克里斯?哈菲尔德几年前 在TED演讲时应该也经历过。我遇上了诸如此类的对话:Oh, Antarctica. Awesome.天啊,南极,棒极了!My husband and I did Antarctica with Lindblad for our anniversary.我和老公在南极庆祝了结婚纪念日诶!Or, Oh cool, did you go there for the marathon?或是哦,真炫,你去那儿参加马拉松了?Our journey was, in fact, 69 marathons back to back in 105 days, an 1,800-mile round trip on foot from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole and back again.我们的旅程, 它实际路程约69个全程马拉松。共计105天,全程徒步从南极洲海岸行至极点再返回,共计1800英里。In the process, we broke the record for the longest human-powered polar journey in history by more than 400 miles.期间,我们打破了人类最长人力极圈旅程的记录 - 比它多了400多英里。For those of you from the Bay Area,it was the same as walking from here to San Francisco,then turning around and walking back again. 对来自湾区的各位而言,这个距离差不多是从这儿走到旧金山,再走回这里。So as camping trips go, it was a long one,and one Ive seen summarized most succinctly here on the hallowed pages of Business Insider Malaysia. 这真是个漫长旅程。我在《马拉西亚经济洞察报》中,看到关于此行最简洁的概述。两个探险家刚完成了上回尝试者 全军覆没的一次极地探险。Chris Hadfield talked so eloquently about fear and about the odds of success, and indeed the odds of survival.克里斯?哈菲尔德痛陈了其中的恐惧以及成功与幸存的几率。Of the nine people in history that had attempted this journey before us,none had made it to the pole and back,and five had died in the process. 在我们之前尝试过这旅行的9人中,没有人是成功到达极点后又走回来的,有五人死于途中。This is Captain Robert Falcon Scott.这位是罗伯特?法尔考?斯科特,He led the last team to attempt this expedition.他带队作了最后的尝试。Scott and his rival Sir Ernest Shackleton,over the space of a decade,both led expeditions battling to become the first to reach the South Pole,to chart and map the interior of Antarctica, 斯科特和竞争者欧内斯特沙克尔顿爵士,在十多年里,都力争成为第一个抵达南极点、第一个画出南极内陆地图的人。a place we knew less about, at the time,than the surface of the moon,because we could see the moon through telescopes. 那时我们对那片土地知之甚少,甚至不及月球表面。因为我们能从望远镜看到月球,Antarctica was, for the most part, a century ago, uncharted.而南极洲在一个世纪前 大部分地方都没地图。Some of you may know the story.你们中有人也许听过这故事,Scotts last expedition, the Terra Nova Expedition in 1910,started as a giant siege-style approach.1910年, 斯科特对新大陆作了他最后一次探险,带着胸中的万丈豪情。He had a big team using ponies,using dogs, using petrol-driven tractors,dropping multiple, pre-positioned depots of food and fuel through which Scotts final team of five would travel to the Pole,where they would turn around and ski back to the coast again on foot. 他人力充足。在种马,,汽动机,足量食物及燃油 的条件下,斯科特的五人小队 将会到达极点,然后,他们掉头返回, 用双脚丈量海岸。201503/365841What is true and the reason that a lot of Americans feel anxious is that the economy has been changing in profound ways, changes that started long before the Great Recession hit and changes that have not let up.实际情况——同时也是许多美国人感到焦虑的原因——是美国经济正在经历巨大变革,而且这变革早在大萧条发生之前就已经开始,到现在还没有结束。Today, technology doesnt just replace jobs on the assembly line, but any job where work can be automated.今天,能够被高科技取代的工作岗位并不仅限于生产线,还包括任何可以实现自动化的岗位。Companies in a global economy can locate anywhere, and face tougher competition.在经济全球化中,公司可以落户于世界任何地方,也会面临更加激烈的竞争。As a result, workers have less leverage for a raise. 其结果是,雇员要求加薪的筹码变少。Companies have less loyalty to their communities.公司对其所在群体的忠诚度更低。And more and more wealth and income is concentrated at the very top.同时,越来越多的财富和收入积聚到社会顶层阶级手中。All these trends have squeezed workers, even when they have jobs; even when the economy is growing.这些变化趋势挤压了雇员的生存空间,即使他们拥有工作,即使美国经济一直在增长。Its made it harder for a hardworking family to pull itself out of poverty, harder for young people to start on their careers, and tougher for workers to retire when they want to.工薪家庭想要通过努力工作,摆脱贫困,年轻人想要开创自己的事业,雇员想要适时退休,都已经不太容易。And although none of these trends are unique to America, they do offend our uniquely American belief that everybody who works hard should get a fair shot.虽然面临这些变革的不只有美国,但是这些的确违背了独有的美国式信念,那就是,任何努力工作的人都应当得到公平待遇。For the past seven years, our goal has been a growing economy that also works better for everybody.在过去的七年中,我们的目标一直都是,保持经济增长,以造福每一个人。Weve made progress. But we need to make more.我们已经取得了一些进步。但是,我们需要继续努力。And despite all the political arguments weve had these past few years, there are some areas where Americans broadly agree.尽管在过去的一些年中,我们有过许多政治上的争论,但是在一些领域,我们取得了普遍的共识。We agree that real opportunity requires every American to get the education and training they need to land a good-paying job.我们一致认为,真正的机会在于每一个美国人都能获得能够必要的教育及培训,让他们能够胜任一份收入理想的工作。201601/424406大理弥渡县治疗妇科炎症哪家医院最好的

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巍山县生宝宝多少钱 After the collapse of the Soviet entire the ed States emerged as the sole superpower. No other power, or the combination of powers, could challenge its supremacy. But the unipolar world did not take root. When President Bush sought to assert Americas supremacy by invading Iraq on false pretences he achieved the exact opposite of what he intended. The ed States suffered a precipitous decline in its power and influence. So the disarray in the international financial system is matched by instability in international relations. The new order that will eventually emerge will not be dominated by the ed States to the same extent as the old one.前苏联解体后,美国成为了唯一的超级大国,没有其他大国或者国家联盟可以挑战其至高无上的国力,但是这种“单极”的世界秩序未能持久。当布什总统为彰显美国的威力以不实之词为借口入侵伊拉克时,其效果与他的意图适得其反。美国的力量和影响力一落千丈,结果混乱的国际金融体系加之不稳定的国际关系形成了。此后,终将形成新的世界秩序,将不会再像以往那样受美国的控制和左右。To understand what is happening we need a different conceptual framework from the one to which we have been accustomed. The efficient market hypothesis looks at financial markets in isolation and totally disregards politics. But that gives a distorted picture. As I have pointed out several times, behind the invisible hand of markets there is the visible hand of politics which establishes the rules and conditions in which the market mechanism operates. My conceptual framework relates to the political economy, not the market economy as an abstract construct that is governed by timelessly valid laws. I look at financial markets as a branch of history.为了便于理解什么正在发生,我们需要一个有别于惯性思维的概念性框架。有效的市场假说孤立地看待金融市场,完全无视政治因素,但这扭曲了现实。正如我多次提到的那样,在市场无形的手背后有一只有形的政治之手,它制定有关市场运作的各种法律法规。我所说的概念性框架与政治经济学有关,而与抽象概念的市场经济学无关。我把金融市场视作历史的一个分。201409/326672大理中医医院治疗妇科炎症好吗大理祥云县盆腔炎哪家医院最好的

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