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Moon is shrinking, say astronomersThe Man in the Moon has become the latest victim of contraction in the housing market.Astronomers reporting on Thursday in the US journal Science said they had found previous undetected landforms which indicate that Earths satellite has been shrinking... albeit by only a tiny amount.The intriguing features, called lobate scarps, arefaultscreated when the Moons once-molten interior began to cool, causing the lunar surface to contract and then crinkle, they said.Relative to the Moons age, estimated at around 4.5 billion years, the contraction is recent, occurring less than a billion years ago, and is measured at about 100 meters (325 feet).Lobate scarps were first spotted near the lunar equator in the 1970s bypanoramiccameras aboard the Apollo 15, 16 and 17 missions.Fourteen new faults have been been spotted inhigh-resolutionimages taken by NASAs Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.The new discoveries show that the scarps are globally distributed and not clustered in equatorial regions, and this provides powerful evidence for the contraction scenario.The investigation was headed by Thomas Watters of the Center for Earth and Planetary Studies at the Smithsonian Museums National Air and Space Museum, Washington.Vocabulary:fault: a break in the continuity of a body of rock or of a vein, with dislocation along the plane of the fracture(断层)panoramic: birds-eye, as from an altitude or distance(全景的)high-resolution: having or capable of producing an image characterized by fine detail(高分辨率的)背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/112022When he is not on the road holding miracle crusades, he broadcasts to over 100,000 TV viewers a day. It is done by the power of God in Jesus Mighty name. Somebody praise the Lord. Throughout his ministry he claims miracles are abundant. I believe thousands upon thousands. In fact, these people, they are still telling me 40 years ago they were healed, they were there today. Reverend Jenkins, I know you're a man of God. You made my daughter well with cancer. Hallelujah. Breast cancer. Yes, I believe that thousands of people have been healed. Here in Los Angeles and you go to church, why? People like Shirley Lagrone who's come to Reverend Jenkins' crusade today for the first time in her life. You need a cleansing of your blood and doctors have told you not the royal Jenkins. Am I telling you...In fact, Shirley has diabetes. But Reverend Jenkins told her she needed a blood cleansing. He knew what he was talkin' about, about me. Reverend Jenkins had the solution. I want you to drink this. This, the little vial of, what I call miracle water I get criticized for, but I don't care. This little thing of water is just to give somebody a, a chance to release their faith. I want that to go into every part of your blood stream and cleanse your blood right now in the name of Jesus. It is done by the power of God in Jesus' name. You are a healed Catholic. Somebody say amen. It was a miracle. It was a miracle. Shirley says the water made her body single. But Jenkins clearly denies the water has special properties. This water will not heal a frog. It will not heal nobody. It will just quench your thirst. But the obedience of doing what a man of God tells you to do is what opens the door.Nevertheless the water is in hot demand. How do you order that water? How do you get it if I want to buy some more? I drank what he sent me, and I feel like my lungs are whole a lot better. 'cause that I need that. That gives me life, that water.Sales of water are brisk at the crusades and bottles are snatched up by the case. All there Jenkins offers small free vials to his viewers and ships about 3000 a day.Miracles, I think, is God. I really do, I do think. I can't heal nobody.You hear me? Yeah. It is done by the power of God. Amen. Somebody say praise the Lord. Reverend Jenkins claims to be an instrument of God. Through him the faithful are touched and healed.201001/93998U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday awarded retiring Defense Secretary Robert Gates the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The award came during a military tribute to Gates on his final day in office.奥巴马总统星期四授予即将退休的国防部长盖茨总统自由奖章。星期四是盖茨在任的最后一天,奥巴马总统是在赞扬盖茨对军队的贡献时颁发这一奖章的。It was an elaborate farewell ceremony outside the Pentagon with President Barack Obama joining Defense Secretary Robert Gates at the end of his more than four years in office.这是在五角大楼外精心准备的一次欢送仪式,在盖茨担任国防部长4年多时间的最后一天,奥巴马总统和他一道出席了欢送会。Gates is the only defense secretary in U.S. history to be asked to remain in office by a newly-elected president. He was first sworn in under Mr. Obama’s predecessor, George W. Bush, at a crucial point during the Iraq war.盖茨是美国历史上唯一一位被新当选的总统留任的国防部长。他最初是在伊拉克战争的关键时刻,在奥巴马总统的前任布什总统的领导下宣誓就职的。Gates oversaw a surge of American troops in Iraq and later in Afghanistan that analysts say helped turn around both military campaigns. 盖茨监管了美军在伊拉克以及后来在阿富汗的增兵行动,分析人士说,增兵扭转了美军在这两个战场的局面。At Thursday's ceremony, President Obama called Gates a "humble American patriot, a man of common sense and decency," and one of the nation’s "finest public servants."在星期四的欢送仪式上,奥巴马总统称他是美国一位谦虚的爱国者,一位通情达理的人和一位正派的人,还说他是美国最好的公职人员之一。“Bob, today you are not only one of the longest serving secretaries of defense in American history, but it is also clear that you have been one of the best,” he said.奥巴马说:“鲍伯,你今天不仅是美国历史上任职时间最长的国防部长之一,而且很清楚,你也是最好的之一。”As defense secretary, Gates made numerous trips to Afghanistan and Iraq, always making a point to visit the American men and women in uniform who put their lives on the line.在担任国防部长期间,盖茨多次前往阿富汗和伊拉克,而且总是要去看望在前线冒着生命危险的美国男女军人。201107/142848

A special report on pensions养老保险特别报道Too much, too young太多,太年轻Watch your wallets: the baby-boomers are beginning to retire看住钱包:生育高峰期的一代人正在退休WHEN MOST LABOUR was agricultural, people generally toiled in the fields until they dropped. The idea of formal retirement did not become feasible until work moved from farms to factories. In 1889 Otto von Bismarck[1] famously introduced the world’s first (modest[2]) pension scheme in Germany. In the 20th century, when universal suffrage became widesp, a period of retirement after work was seen as a mark of a civilised social democracy.过去,大多数劳力只是下田干活,直到再也干不动,才结束在土地上辛勤的劳作。自劳动从牧场转到工厂开始,正式退休这个概念才被广为流传。1889年,俾斯麦首次在德国实施第一个(小范围)养老金方案。20世纪,选举逐渐开始普及,离职后如果能享有一段退休时间,是一个国家文明民主的象征。After the second world war pension provision increased markedly, but the number of elderly people was still quite small. In the 1970s and 1980s caring for them seemed easily affordable. Many countries even reduced their retirement ages.第二次世界大战之后,养老金大幅增涨,而老年人的数量仍旧较少。20世纪70年代和80年代之间,负担照管老年人的费用似乎是件很容易的事情。很多国家甚至降低了退休年龄。The demographic picture looks different now that the baby-boomers are starting to retire. In 1950 there were 7.2 people aged 20-64 for every person of 65 and more in the OECD. By 1980 the ratio had dropped to 5.1. Now it is around 4.1, and by 2050 it will be just 2.1. In short, every couple will be supporting a pensioner.但是现在情况有所不同,从统计图表来看,生育高峰期的一代人开始逐渐退休。1950年,在世界经济与合作组织成员国里,年龄在20-64岁间的人与65岁及65岁以上的老年人的比例为7.2。在1980年,该比例降低为5.1,现在将近4.1,到2050年,这个数字仅仅是2.1。简单来说,就是每对夫妇需资助一位养老金领取人。201105/136642

“Life and Fate”《生活与命运》War, peace and love战争、和平与爱情Vasily Grossman’s epic novel is transformed for the radio瓦西里#8226;格罗斯曼史诗般的小说被改编成广播剧Sep 10th 2011 | from the print edition Vasily Grossman vindicated 无辜的瓦西里·格罗斯曼FEW novels have the foes and fans of “Life and Fate”, Vasily Grossman’s vast book about the Nazis and Soviets at war. The Soviet Communist Party’s ideology chief said it would be more damaging even than Boris Pasternak’s “Dr Zhivago”. That was a high accolade. Another was that the book itself was arrested. In 1961 the KGB confiscated the typescript and even, for good measure, the typewriter ribbon. Grossman, once a loyal party man and an acclaimed war correspondent, was spared jail. But he died four years later, fearing that his sprawling work would never be published (the authorities had said mockingly that it might happen in 200 years). Many years later Andrei Sakharov, a Soviet dissident, helped smuggle a microfilm copy to the West, where it was eventually published in English in 1985.《生活与命运》是瓦西里#8226;格罗斯曼描写纳粹和苏联战争的宏篇巨著,很少有小说有着它这样的书迷和敌人。苏联共产党的意识形态负责人说,这本书甚至比鲍里斯#8226;帕斯捷尔纳克的《日瓦戈医生》更具破坏力。这是高度的称赞。另一个高度称赞是这本书本身的被查抄。1961年克格勃没收了打字稿,为了更加严防,甚至没收了打字机色带。格罗斯曼曾经是一名忠诚党的人,以及一名广受赞誉的战地记者,他幸免入狱。但四年后他去世时,仍在担心他散乱的作品永远不会出版,因为当局曾嘲讽地说,这本书的出版可能会在200年后。多年后,苏联持不同政见者安德烈#8226;萨哈罗夫帮着走私了缩微胶片拷贝到西方,最后这本书于1985年以英文在西方出版。The book was not an immediate success. For some years it was overshadowed by the better known work of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and by the excitement of reform and then collapse in the Soviet Union. It is also intimidatingly long, with a swirling cast of scores of confusingly named characters. Hundreds of pages sometimes separate their appearances. The sweep of Grossman’s pen can exhaust the er. True to its title, “Life and Fate” mixes gritty battlefield descriptions with acute psychological insights, wrenching dilemmas and deep philosophical reflections about the nature of good and evil. It is at once funny, gruesome, tragic, informative, romantic and disconcerting. The central message of horror jars with the simplistic but widely held notion that the war was a black-and-white struggle between beastly Nazis and their valiant adversaries.这本书并没有立即获得成功。在出版后的几年,亚历山大#8226;索尔仁尼琴的作品比较出名,人们对改革感到兴奋,接着是苏联解体,这些都使该书黯然失色。这本书也长得令人生畏,人物众多,名字容易混淆,让人昏乱。有时读过几百页才能搞清人物的来龙去脉。格罗斯曼下笔的拖沓可能会令读者厌烦。《生活与命运》文如其名,将敏锐的心理洞察力、痛苦的困境以及对善恶本质的深刻哲学思考与坚韧不拔的战场描述揉合在一起。本书集滑稽好笑、阴森可怕、悲剧色、内容翔实、罗曼蒂克和仓惶失措于一身。本书始终秉持苏德战争是残忍的纳粹和他们英勇的对手之间你死我活的斗争这样的观念,除此之外,中心思想就是恐怖,处理过于简单,产生了不和谐之感。201109/153855A group of Chicago kids find work as candy consultants. WMAQ's Art Norman reports. This is an assortment of candies from the 1950s to some not yet on the market. The products range from chocolate-covered gummy bears to a jellybean flavor called Rotten Eggs. He's one of several Chicago kids who make up the Candy Council. But as anyone knows if a child does not like a specific flavor jellybean, they will let you know. Industry executives can make a million-dollar judgment based on the tests of body language, but as in this case, these 4th through 8th graders never lie. (it's really bad.) But sometimes the candy industry can strike gold.And actually what it does is that you put the tablet in the water, it fizzes up and turns into a noncaloric drink. This is Fizzle, a popular candy from the 1950s. You can put it in water or you can put it on your tongue. It comes in Root Beer, fruit punch, lemon lime or orange. (Oh, Fizzle, so good. – What you guys think of this product? You think it's like…? So good. Thumbs up on this one you bring it in? Oh, yeah. Two thumbs up.)Other products being tested by this very young panel include tattoo candy for your tongue, spray candy for your mouth, tipsy-pub drops, or candy straws where you can eat it or drink through it.200812/58807US Doctors, Airlines Monitoring for Swine Flu美诊所及边界加强监测防堵猪流感  U.S. health officials are increasing surveillance measures at doctors' offices and international borders to guard against the sp of swine flu. Washington also has begun dispersing medicine from a federal stockpile.美国卫生官员加强在医生诊所和国际边界的监测措施,防止猪流感的蔓延。华盛顿当局也开始动用联邦库存,分发药品。The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there have been only mild cases of swine flu in the ed States, but experts remain on guard.美国疾病控制和预防中心说,美国出现的猪流感病例比较温和,但是专家们仍保持高度警惕。Acting agency director, Richard Besser, says the epidemic in Mexico prompted U.S. doctors to begin monitoring actively for possible infections.美国疾病控制和预防中心代理主任贝塞尔说,墨西哥爆发的猪流感疫情促使美国医生开始积极监控可能出现的感染病例。"We are asking doctors when they see someone who has flu-like illness who has traveled to an affected region, to do a culture, take a swab in the nose and send it to the lab so we can see: is it influenza, is it this type?" he said.贝塞尔说:“我们要求医生在给那些曾前往疫区旅行,出现流感症状的病人问诊时,做个细菌培养,用个棉球在鼻腔中提取些液体,送到化验室,以便查明:到底是流感,还是猪流感?”Speaking Sunday at the White House, Besser said the extra detection efforts have enabled officials to find more infections than under normal circumstances. He also says he expects the number of infections will rise and the illness will sp to other U.S. regions, as doctors continue to monitor the problem.贝塞尔星期天在白宫说,增加的一些监测措施能使有关官员能比一般情况下发现更多的感染病例。他还说,在医生们继续监控这个问题时,他预计感染的数量将上升,猪流感将蔓延到美国的其它地区。The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it does not recommend people travel to Mexico, where the outbreak of swine flu is centered and more than 100 deaths have been reported. But officials have not ordered a travel ban to the country.美国疾病控制和预防中心说,他们建议人们不要前往墨西哥旅行。墨西哥是猪流感疫情爆发的中心,已报告的死亡病例超过100人。但是有关官员尚未颁布前往墨西哥的旅行禁令。Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says, instead, airlines have the option of screening passengers on flights from Mexico.国土安全部张纳波利塔诺说,航空公司有权对来自墨西哥航班的乘客进行检查。"We are letting air carriers and our employees at the gates on those flights make sure that they are asking people if they are sick; and if they are sick, that they should not board the plane," she said. “我们让航空公司和这些航班检票口的员工要询问乘客是否生病。如果他们生了病,就不要上飞机。”Denise Korniewicz, an infectious disease expert at the University of Miami, says officials should take bolder steps to screen passengers at international borders, like Japan and other Asian nations are doing.科尔尼维茨是迈阿密大学的传染病专家。她说,有关官员应像日本和其它亚洲国家那样,在国际边界采取更果断的措施。"We have a very transient population here. And Japan has taken a lot of precautions. What Japan is doing is they are making everyone take a temperature when they get off the airplane," she said. "As far as I am concerned, I think that is a good idea."“我们的人口流动性很大。日本已采取许多防范措施。日本的做法是,他们让所有下飞机的乘客量体温。我认为这是个好主意。”U.S. officials say they are holding off on more aggressive actions because the outbreak has been limited in the ed States and they do not want to cause a health scare. 美国官员说,他们暂时不采取更大胆的行动,因为疫情仅在美国的局部地区爆发,他们不想引起卫生恐慌。Korniewicz says around the country health centers are putting in place emergency response measures aimed at limiting disease outbreaks. 科尔尼维茨说,全美国各地的医疗中心正在着手准备紧急应对措施,限制这种疾病的爆发。"I think we are going to be OK. We seem to have put things in motion quicker this time," said Korniewicz. "In every state we have had cases, the CDC has aly dispersed Tamiflu, which decreases the symptoms of the flu."“我认为我们会没有问题的。我们似乎这次采取的行动更快。目前每个州都出现这种病的病例,美国疾病控制和预防中心已经开始分发抗流感药‘达菲’。这种药能减轻流感的症状。”U.S. officials say they have distributed about 12 million doses of Tamiflu, from a federal stockpile. They say additional supplies are available if needed.美国官员说,他们已经动用联邦库存,分发了大约1200百万剂达菲流感药。他们说,如果需要的话,还能提供更多的药品。04/68256

China and opposition to dams中国和反对三峡大坝Choking on the Three Gorges阻塞的三峡China’s government at last owns up to problems at its monster dam 中国政府最终承认巨型大坝导致的问题RAIN along the middle and lower Yangzi River this week has helped alleviate the region’s worst drought in 50 years. But it has not doused a storm of criticism of the Three Gorges dam upriver, including allegations that it contributed to the disaster. Opponents of the colossal edifice have been emboldened by rare government admissions of environmental and other “urgent” problems caused by the dam. 这周在长江中下游沿线的降雨缓解了这一地区近50年来最恶劣的干旱灾害。但这并没有平息对三峡大坝上游潮水般的批评,包括其造成此次干旱的断言。政府罕见地承认三峡大坝诱发了环境和其他“紧急”问题,这使得反对这一巨型工程的人们声势愈烈。In private, officials have worried about the project for some time and occasionally their doubts have surfaced in the official media. But the government itself has refused to acknowledge them. When the project was approved by the rubber-stamp parliament in 1992, debate was stifled by the oppressive political atmosphere of the time, following the Tiananmen Square massacre three years earlier. Last July, with the dam facing its biggest flood crest since completion in 2006, officials hinted that they might have overstated its ability to control flooding. On May 18th, with the dam again in the spotlight because of the drought, a cabinet meeting chaired by the prime minister, Wen Jiabao, went further in acknowledging drawbacks.在私下里,政府官员们在很长时间里已经对这一工程表示过担心,他们的怀疑偶尔会在官方媒体上抛头露面。但政府自身并没有承认。1992年的国家会议上,当三峡工程未经审核就被批准时,正值3年前天安门事件发生不久,反对声音被当时压抑的政治氛围所笼罩。上个7月,随着大坝面临06年竣工以来的一次最大的洪水,政府官员暗示,他们可能高估了三峡防洪的能力。5月18号,干旱再一次使三峡成为热点,在温家宝主持的政府会议上,进一步承认其存在弊端。201106/141376Science: Solar Eclipse 科学: 日全食Across Asia many people have just witnessed the natural wonder that is a total solar eclipse.A total solar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Moon and Earth align in such a way that our view of the Sun is totally obscured by the Moon.This weeks total eclipse could be seen in eastern India before slowly moving across Burma, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, Japan, and the Pacific Ocean.Yesterday, when it reached eastern China, people flocked into the streets to witness the astronomical wonder.As daylight disappeared and the sky quickly darkened, those watching were left far from disappointed. Cities such as Shanghai were plunged into darkness during what is thought be the longest total eclipse of the 21st century. It lasted 6 minutes and 39 seconds.Total solar eclipses of such a long duration are very rare events, they happen butonce in a lifetime. Shao Zhenyi, an astronomer at the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory in China explained:;Well have to wait a few hundred years for another opportunity to observe a solar eclipse that lasts this long, so its a very special opportunity.;But while millions celebrate this phenomenon, it should be remembered that total eclipses have not always been such treasured events.Many cultures traditionally believed that a total eclipse was a bad omen or a supernatural event. Some believed that evil gods were eating the Sun. Others believed that the eclipse signified oncoming disasters.Nowadays it appears that these fears and superstitions are long forgotten. As daylight once again flooded Asian cities such as Shanghai, whoops and cheers could be heard among the gathered crowds.Reflecting on what had just happened, one Shanghai resident described the eclipse as ;eerie;, whilst another said ;Its like magic, the day turns into night in such a short period of time. I have no idea where I am right now. It feels like a different world.;单词natural wonder自然奇观total solar eclipse日全食obscured 遮盖, 遮掩flocked 涌入astronomical 天文的far from disappointed 没有觉得失望plunged into darkness陷入黑暗rare 罕见的but once in a lifetime一生一次,形容千载难逢的机会astronomer 天文学家observatory 天文台phenomenon 现象,奇迹bad omen 凶兆supernatural 超自然的evil 邪恶的oncoming 即将来临的fears and superstitions 恐惧和迷信(daylight) flooded日光照亮了whoops and cheers起哄和欢呼声eerie 怪诞的,奇异的注:文章内容选自B UK CHINA,转载请注明出处08/82109Piano at the Proms夏季音乐会上的钢琴天才Going for Grieg诠释格里格A talent for the Romantics浪漫时期作品的演奏天才Aug 13th 2011 | from the print edition Playing from the sole 独一无二的演奏ALICE SARA OTT, a German-Japanese pianist, has been impressing audiences and music executives since 2002, when, at the age of 14, she was named the most promising artist in Japan’s Hamamatsu International Piano Academy competition. On August 8th she chose Edvard Grieg’s concerto in A minor for her Proms debut at London’s Royal Albert Hall.爱丽丝.纱良.奥特,德国日籍钢琴家, 自2002年,14岁的奥特在日本宾松国际钢琴专业比赛上,被誉为最有潜力的钢琴家之后,她一直受到观众和音乐专家的好评。今年的8月8日,奥特选择了爱德华-格里格的A小调协奏曲,拉开了在伦敦皇家埃尔伯特音乐厅夏季钢琴音乐会的序幕。At 23, Ms Ott is just a year younger than Grieg, a 19th-century Norwegian composer, was when he penned his iconic—and only—piano concerto in 1868. Hugely popular, the piece has been recorded by pianists as well known as Arthur Rubinstein and, more recently, Leif Ove Andsnes. Ms Ott is used to comparisons with high-profile performers. Last November she replaced an ailing Lang Lang at a day’s notice and performed Liszt’s first piano concerto with the London Symphony Orchestra to critical acclaim. Even so, the Grieg was a brave choice.奥特今年23岁,只比1868年的格里格小一岁,这位19世纪的挪威作曲家在当时写下了他的代表作——也是唯一的——钢琴协奏曲。这首曲子随即带来很大反响,之后分别被著名的钢琴家,例如阿瑟.鲁宾斯坦,以及更近代一些的,利夫#8226;奥韦#8226;安兹涅斯重新录制。人们把奥特和这些著名的演奏家们相比较。去年11月,她代替生病的朗朗,在演出前一天通知的情况下,与伦敦交响乐团合作了李斯特的第一钢琴协奏曲并获得了好评。即便如此,选择格里格的钢琴曲也是一个勇敢之举。201109/153210

The remote village of Kodinji in southern India, population about 13,500, is home to more than 100 pairs of twins, and 90% of those were born within the last 18 years. No one quite knows why, and no published study explains the phenomenon. At the last count, 20 pairs of twins were enrolled in one local school, most of them identical and same-sex. Other nearby schools report similar incidences. As far as this village is concerned, it has a lot of twins, much more than others. Most schools have a lot of twins. We can’t pinpoint the reason though. Born in 1993 within 12 minutes of each other, Abhi and Anu Bhaskar walk together to school every day. In our school, they identify us by the way we comb our hair. I comb to the left and he to the right. And I have a mark on my neck. Apart from these, I do not think there are any differences. One of the most popular Hindu Gods in Hindu mythology, Lord Rama had twin boys named Luv and Kush. I think it’s a blessing. Maybe this place is one of God’s favorite ones. Kodinji is different from other places. The village also has a set of identical triplets. The fact that the number of twin births is said to have risen substantially here during the last 20 years is puzzling. And at present, there’s no scientific explanation for the phenomenon. Pinpoint: to be able to give the exact reason for sth or to describe sth exactlyRama: a deified hero worshiped as an incarnation of Vishnu(印度教主神之一,守护之神).200812/59748在本期节目中,主持人以另一种方式回顾了奥巴马总统继位100天~~07/78446

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