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福建厦门做腋臭手术的费用厦门做韩式飘眉要多少钱The technology that Alan has developed for the big cats艾伦开发出来用在这些大型猫科动物身上的is an advanced GPS tracker.是一种先进的GPS追踪器It tracks the animal#39;s position, speed它追踪动物的位置 速度and how fast they#39;re accelerating, step by step.以及他们每一步的加速度The collar has got solar panels on the top,这个项圈顶部有太阳能电池板it#39;s got electronics in the top here这里面有电子元件and then the batteries on the bottom, and a radio antenna.底部有电池和一个无线电天线So this will give us the position of our animals它将以每秒三百次的速度to tens of centimetres, 300 times a second,和几十厘米的精度告诉我们猫猫的位置and how fast they#39;re going,以及他们行动的速度so we actually get exquisitely fine detail所以我们能够详细地了解about what they#39;re doing, where they#39;re moving,他们在做什么 他们在哪儿活动what terrain they#39;re moving in, how they#39;re hunting,他们要去什么地方 他们怎样捕猎when they#39;re successful and when they aren#39;t.他们什么时候成功什么时候失败It really is opening up whole new measurements这是用传统的追踪项圈that weren#39;t possible before with traditional tracking collars.根本无法得到的测量数据The information he#39;s gathered has transformed our understanding他收集的信息改变了我们对这些about how these fearsome predators live in the wild.可怕的捕食者如何在野外生存的看法We#39;re going to turn on the GPS loggers.我们要把这些GPS接收器打开重点解释:1.step by step 逐步地例句:He will be promoted step by step.他将被逐步提升。2.move in 搬进;迁入例句:We can#39;t move in until the electricity has been laid on.我们得等电源接通后才能搬进去。3.open up 打开例句:After a few drinks he began to open up a bit.他喝了几杯酒话就多起来了。 Article/201607/453506龙海市第一人民医院丰下巴丰额头太阳穴 Some people think that there#39;s a TED Talk formula:有些人认为TED有一套演讲模式:;Give a talk on a round, red rug.;“站在一块圆形的红地毯上”;Share a childhood story.;“分享童年的经历”;Divulge a personal secret.;“泄露私人秘密”;End with an inspiring call to action.; No.“最后号召大家行动起来” 不That#39;s not how to think of a TED Talk.那不该是我们看待TED演讲的方式In fact, if you overuse those devices, you#39;re just going to come across as clichéd or emotionally manipulative.实际上 如果滥用这些套路 只会给人留下陈词滥调 或者心灵鸡汤的感觉But there is one thing that all great TED Talks have in common,但是精的TED演讲确实有一个共同之处and I would like to share that thing with you,我想在这儿跟大家分享because over the past 12 years, I#39;ve had a ringside seat,因为12年来我一直坐在近距离观察席位listening to many hundreds of amazing TED speakers, like these.聆听了数百位演讲者的精演讲 像这样I#39;ve helped them prepare their talks for prime time, and learned directly from them their secrets of what makes for a great talk.我协助他们准备演讲 在黄金时段播出 直接从他们那里学到了做一场精演讲的秘诀And even though these speakers and their topics all seem completely different,尽管这些演讲者和他们的演讲主题都各不相同they actually do have one key common ingredient.但有一个关键的共同要素And it#39;s this: Your number one task as a speaker那就是:作为演讲者最重要的任务is to transfer into your listeners#39; minds an extraordinary gift a strange and beautiful object that we call an idea.是给你的听众的思想一件特别的礼物 它神奇而美丽 我们称之为“想法”Let me show you what I mean. Here#39;s Haley.让我来展示一下我的意思 我们首先看看海利的演讲She is about to give a TED Talk and frankly, she#39;s terrified. Haley Van Dyck!她将要进行TED演讲 坦白说 她很紧张 海莉·范·戴克!Over the course of 18 minutes,在18分钟的演讲过程中1,200 people, many of whom have never seen each other before,此前互不相识的1200名听众are finding that their brains are starting to sync with Haley#39;s brain and with each other.发现他们的思想开始和海莉的思想以及他们互相之间都同步了They#39;re literally beginning to exhibit the same brain-wave patterns.甚至可以说 他们的脑电波开始同步And I don#39;t just mean they#39;re feeling the same emotions.他们当时不仅感受相同There#39;s something even more startling happening.还有更令人吃惊的事在发生Let#39;s take a look inside Haley#39;s brain for a moment.让我们到海莉的大脑中看一看There are billions of interconnected neurons in an impossible tangle.数十亿神经元相互连接 互相缠绕But look here, right here a few million of them are linked to each other in a way which represents a single idea.但是看这里 其中几百万个神经元连接在一起形成了一个想法And incredibly, this exact pattern is being recreated in real time inside the minds of everyone listening.难以置信的是 与其一样模式也立即在每一位听众的脑海中出现了That#39;s right; in just a few minutes, a pattern involving millions of neurons is being teleported into 1,200 minds,是的 几分钟内这种包含几百万神经元的特殊连接模式仅仅通过听演讲者的声音和看她的脸just by people listening to a voice and watching a face.就传递进了1200个大脑之中But wait -- what is an idea anyway?那么 到底什么是想法呢Well, you can think of it as a pattern of information你可以理解为是一种信息的组合that helps you understand and navigate the world.能帮你理解和探索这个世界Ideas come in all shapes and sizes, from the complex and analytical to the simple and aesthetic.想法是多种多样的从复杂的需要理性分析的到简单的具有审美趣味的Here are just a few examples shared from the TED stage.下面我举几个例子 都发生在TED讲台上Sir Ken Robinson creativity is key to our kids#39; future.这是肯 罗宾逊爵士 他的演讲主题是 创造力是决定孩子未来的关键My contention is that creativity now is as important in education as literacy,我认为在教育中培养孩子的创造力和教他们读书写字一样重要and we should treat it with the same status.我们应该对它们一视同仁Elora Hardy building from bamboo is beautiful.这是尹劳拉 哈迪 他的演讲主题是 竹制建筑的魅力It is growing all around us, it#39;s strong, it#39;s elegant, it#39;s earthquake-resistant.竹子随处可见 它们很茁壮 很优雅 而且可以防震Chimamanda Adichie people are more than a single identity.这是奇麻曼达·阿迪契 他的演讲主题是人类并不只有单一属性The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue,单一的故事会导致老套问题并不在于它不正确but that they are incomplete.而在于它不完整Your mind is teeming with ideas, and not just randomly.你的大脑里充满了各种想法 它们并不是随机的They#39;re carefully linked together.而是相互联系的Collectively they form an amazingly complex structure that is your personal worldview.它们汇集成神奇而复杂的体系形成你的世界观It#39;s your brain#39;s operating system.是你大脑的操作系统It#39;s how you navigate the world.也是你探索世界的方式And it is built up out of millions of individual ideas.是数百万个想法的大集合So, for example, if one little component of your worldview is the idea that kittens are adorable,所以比如说 你世界观中的一小部分告诉你小猫很可爱then when you see this, you#39;ll react like this.那么当你看到小猫时你就会抚摸它But if another component of your worldview is the idea that leopards are dangerous,而另一部分告诉你美洲豹很危险then when you see this, you#39;ll react a little bit differently.那么当你看见它时你就会反应不同So, it#39;s pretty obvious why the ideas that make up your worldview are crucial.所以显而易见这些想法对于塑造你的世界观至关重要You need them to be as reliable as possible -- a guide, to the scary but wonderful real world out there.它们就像一名值得信赖的向导帮你应对这个美妙却又危险的世界Now, different people#39;s worldviews can be dramatically different.不同人的世界观截然不同For example, how does your worldview react when you see this image:举个例子你对下面的视频会有什么反应?What do you think when you look at me你看到我的时候你在想什么;A woman of faith,; ;an expert,; maybe even ;a sister;?“一个有信仰的女人” “一名专家” 甚至 “一名修女”?Or ;oppressed,; ;brainwashed,; ;a terrorist;?或者“受压迫的” “被洗脑了的”还是“恐怖分子”?Whatever your answer, there are millions of people out there who would react very differently.无论你的是什么 成千上万的人 就会有成千上万种So that#39;s why ideas really matter.正因为此 想法才如此重要If communicated properly, they#39;re capable of changing, forever,如果交流适当 那么它们能够改变how someone thinks about the world,永久地改变一个人的世界观and shaping their actions both now and well into the future.影响他们现在和未来的的行为Ideas are the most powerful force shaping human culture.想法是塑造人类文化最强大的力量So if you accept that your number one task as a speaker is to build an idea inside the minds of your audience,如果你认同作为一名演讲者 你的主要任务是在观众的思想中植入你的想法的话here are four guidelines for how you should go about that task:那么这里有四条原则需要你遵循:One, limit your talk to just one major idea.第一 让你的演讲要只围绕一个主题Ideas are complex things;思想是一种很复杂的概念you need to slash back your content你要避免长篇大论so that you can focus on the single idea you#39;re most passionate about,所以你要专注于你一个让你最激动不已的想法and give yourself a chance to explain that one thing properly.并且要以合适的方式把它解释清楚You have to give context, share examples, make it vivid.你可以通过描述背景 分享事例等方式让它变得生动形象So pick one idea,所以只挑选一个想法and make it the through-line running through your entire talk,让它贯穿你的整个演讲so that everything you say links back to it in some way.让你讲的所有内容都能与之呼应Two, give your listeners a reason to care.第二 吸引你的听众Before you can start building things inside the minds of your audience,在你将自己的想法灌输给观众之前you have to get their permission to welcome you in.你必须得到他们的允许And the main tool to achieve that? Curiosity.那主要手段是什么呢 好奇心Stir your audience#39;s curiosity.勾起观众的好奇心Use intriguing, provocative questions to identify why something doesn#39;t make sense and needs explaining.提一些耐人寻味 引人入胜的问题让大家发现为什么有些事情不合理并且需要解释If you can reveal a disconnection in someone#39;s worldview,如果你让某人发现 他的世界观里有断点they#39;ll feel the need to bridge that knowledge gap.他们就会想把这个知识的缺口连接上And once you#39;ve sparked that desire, it will be so much easier to start building your idea.一旦你勾起他们的求知欲灌输你的想法就容易多了Three, build your idea, piece by piece, out of concepts that your audience aly understands.第三 一步一步构造你的想法要使用观众已经了解的概念You use the power of language to weave together concepts that aly exist in your listeners#39; minds用语言的力量把观众脑海中已经存在的概念重新整合but not your language, their language.不过要用观众能懂的语言You start where they are.你要让他们跟上你的节奏The speakers often forget that many of the terms and concepts they live with are completely unfamiliar to their audiences.演讲者经常会忘记 自己每天接触的术语和概念在观众们眼中可能就是天书Now, metaphors can play a crucial role in showing how the pieces fit together,因此 善用比喻非常重要because they reveal the desired shape of the pattern,因为比喻是用听众已经了解的概念based on an idea that the listener aly understands.来勾画缺失的那一块知识拼图For example, when Jennifer Kahn wanted to explain the incredible new biotechnology called CRISPR,比如当珍妮弗·卡恩想解释一种叫做CRISPR的 最前端的生物技术时she said, ;It#39;s as if, for the first time, you had a word processor to edit DNA.她说:“这项技术 就像你第一次拥有了一台可以编辑DNA的文字处理机一样CRISPR allows you to cut and paste genetic information really easily.;CRISPR能让你十分轻松的剪切和粘贴基因组;Now, a vivid explanation like that delivers a satisfying aha moment as it snaps into place in our minds.就这样 一个生动的描述让我们恍然大悟并且深深地印在了我们的脑海里It#39;s important, therefore, to test your talk on trusted friends,在信任的朋友面前 试讲一下是很关键的and find out which parts they get confused by.你可以找出他们听不懂的地方(加以修改)Four, here#39;s the final tip: Make your idea worth sharing.第四条 也是最后一条:使你的想法值得分享By that I mean, ask yourself the question: ;Who does this idea benefit?;我的意思是扪心自问:“这个想法对谁有好处?”And I need you to be honest with the answer.你需要实事求是If the idea only serves you or your organization,如果这个想法只务于你或者你的组织then, I#39;m sorry to say, it#39;s probably not worth sharing.那么对不起 它也许不值得分享The audience will see right through you.观众通过你马上能发现这一点But if you believe that the idea has the potential to brighten up someone else#39;s day但如果你认为自己的想法有可能照亮他人的人生or change someone else#39;s perspective for the better或者改善他人的观点or inspire someone to do something differently,或者激励他人去改变then you have the core ingredient to a truly great talk,那么你就拥有了一篇精演讲的核心元素one that can be a gift to them and to all of us.所有人都会因此受益 Article/201706/513897栏目简介:《趣味青春英语视频》是外语网络电台的精品节目,通过大讲堂的网络课堂形式,能够帮助英语学习者积累一些英语背景知识,并通过互动的教学形式,帮助有效记忆英语知识。本栏目是学习趣味青春英语的好材料。 Article/201606/431411欧菲整形

厦门市仙岳医院疤痕多少钱Man, there#39;s something there#39;s something down here.上帝 这里有货 水里肯定有东西The suspense you can cut with a knife.谜底马上即可揭晓All my instincts were telling me,;Get your hand out of there.;我的本能告诉我 赶快收手And this thing bit onto his hand.It was like this.这东西咬住了他的手 有这么大He#39;s got my finger right down its mouth.And he#39;s just shredded my fingers.它咬住我的手指 咬住不放 它想把我的手指咬碎That must be must be 20 pounds of fish.这条鱼足有 足有九公斤重A seriously painful catch,but I reckon it#39;s worthy of my top 10.非常痛苦的捕捉经历 我认为这一片断够排在前十了Coming up,I quench my thirst with a seriously disgusting drink.接下来 我用非常恶心的液体解渴Eat an explosive meal.Oh, my goodness.Man, that is coming fast And have a very close scrape with death.享用一顿大餐 天啊 伙计 船朝着我们来了 我还与死神擦肩而过I#39;m Bear Grylls.and welcome back to my 25 greatest moments.我是贝尔·格里尔斯 欢迎收看25个精片段特辑I#39;ve experienced every possible extreme of temperature on this show,在录制这档节目的过程中 我经历过所有极端的温度but an arctic river crossing took things to a whole new level.但在北极渡河最令我难忘It was amazing. He was absolutely freezing.太吓人了 他当时完全冻僵了This one#39;s in at number nine,and it#39;s probably one of the coldest things I#39;ve ever had to do.这一段经历排名第九 但却是我经历过的最冷的旅程之一At minus 26,deep inside the arctic circle,a river blocked my path.零下26度 深入北极圈 一条河挡住了我的去路The last thing you could possibly want to do is to cross that river,but when there#39;s no choice, you go for it.你绝不想过河 但没的选择 只有前进Of course he wanted to keep his clothes dry.So he got naked.因为他想要保持衣物的干燥 所以他选择裸泳 Article/201612/484177厦门哪里纹眉价格便宜 《洋话连篇》MP3下载及全套文本 /200704/12389福建省厦门市妇保医院在线询问

杏林区激光治疗腋臭;Why is the sky blue?; is, like, the classic curious-kid question. People wonder about it all the time.;为什么天空是蓝色的?”这是一个典型的好奇宝宝问题。是人们一直都想了解的问题。But for all those people asking why the sky is blue, for some reason you don#39;t get too many questions about why the ocean is blue.只是那些问天空为什么是蓝色的人却不常问海洋为什么是蓝色的。Maybe that#39;s because the ocean sits under the sky. So you might just assume that the oceans look blue because they reflect the sky.也许这是因为海洋在天空的下方。所以,人们就假设蓝色的海洋是因为海洋倒映出天空的颜色。But if science has taught us anything, it#39;s that just because something seems obvious, that doesn#39;t mean it#39;s true — like in this case.如果说科学教会我们一点什么的话,那就是显而易见的东西并不意味着真实——比如,海洋。Because the real reason the ocean is blue has more to do with the fact that water is just … inherently blue.因为海洋呈蓝色的真实原因与水固有的蓝色有着很大的关系。The sky is blue because of Rayleigh scattering, where bluer light bounces off air molecules better than redder light.天空的蓝色是因为瑞利散射,蓝色的光比红色的光更容易反射空气分子。And some of that blue does reflect off the ocean#39;s surface, but that#39;s not the main reason the ocean is blue.并且一些蓝光确实会反射到海洋表面,但是这并不是海洋呈蓝色的原因。The ocean is blue mostly from absorbing light, not from reflecting it. Different types of light can make water molecules vibrate different ways.海洋的蓝色更多地是来源于吸收的光而不是反射的光。不同的光会使水分子以不同的方式震动。When light, like from the sun, hits water, light on the redder side of the spectrum has just enough energy to get those molecules wiggling.当来自太阳的光射入水中,红色光谱面的光将获得充足的能量使这些分子了摆动起来。So water absorbs red, yellow, and green light better than blue.因此相比蓝光,水能更好地吸收红、黄和绿光。Most water molecules can#39;t do much with blue light, though, so it basically just goes right on by.大多数水分子与蓝光没啥联系,因此,蓝光主要只是负责正常运转。A small amount of water, like in a cup, might look like it lets every color through equally well, since it#39;s transparent.似乎每种颜色都能穿透一杯水,因为水是透明的。But that cup of water actually lets slightly more blue light through than red.但是这一杯水中穿透的蓝光比红光要稍微多那么一点点。And in the ocean, by the time you get to about a hundred meters deep, almost all of the red light has been absorbed, so the water is a deep blue color.在海洋之中,一旦深入约100米时,几乎所有的红光都会被吸收,因此,海洋是呈深蓝色的。Water still absorbs some blue light, though, which is why the oceans are completely dark below about a kilometer deep.水仍然会吸收一些蓝光,因此千米以下的海洋深不见光。Some blue light also gets reflected back toward the surface instead of absorbed on its way down, giving the Earth its beautiful blue oceans.一些没有被吸收的蓝光也会反射回表面,这才赋予了地球漂亮的蓝色海洋。 There are some places with water that#39;s a different color — it might be blue-green, for example, because of algae that reflects green light.有一些地方的水有着不同的颜色,比如,蓝绿色,这是因为海藻反射了绿色的光。And near mouths of big rivers, the ocean can look brown because of all the dirt and silt in the river.在靠近大河的河口处,海洋看起来是棕色,因为河流中有泥土和淤泥。But no matter what#39;s in it, deep water looks pretty blue, because that#39;s the only color of sunlight left after the other colors were absorbed.但是不论其中有什么,深层水都是蓝色的,因为当其中一种颜色被吸收后,另一种阳光的颜色是唯一留存下来的颜色。Some animals have even evolved to take advantage of this by being red instead of blue.一些动物进化后,也利用了这一特点,它们身体呈现红色而非蓝色。Blue animals in deep water will reflect that blue light, so they#39;ll be easier for predators to find — or for prey to avoid.一些深水蓝色动物会反射蓝光,因此它们更容易被捕食者发现,而被捕食者也能更容易避开它们。But with little to no red light to reflect off of red animals, animals with red skin or scales or whatever just look black in deeper water, which makes them harder to find.对于几乎很少或不反射红光的红色动物来说,它们有着红色的皮肤或鱼鳞,在深水中呈黑色,因此很难发现它们。So, no matter what the sky looks like today, just remember that deep water is always blue.不论如今天空呈什么颜色,只要记住深海永远是蓝色的。Thanks to Patreon patrons Arraffa Piédiferro and someone who just put their name as a pair of brackets for asking this question,谢谢Patreon的观众Arraffa Piédiferro以及括号里的那些观众,and thanks to all our patrons, who keep these answers coming.谢谢所有的不断提问的观众。If you#39;d like to submit a question to be answered, you can go to patreon.com/scishow. And don#39;t forget to go to youtube.com/scishow and subscribe!如果你想提问,请登录patreon.com/scishow。不要忘记去youtube.com/scishow订阅我们哟~ Article/201707/516299 [00:03.10]He is taller than I by ahead. 他比我高一头。[00:10.80]He led them down the mountain. 他带他们下山。[00:17.74]He was trained to be a lawyer. 他被培养成一名律师。[00:25.20]I am afraid that l have to go. 我要走了。[00:32.11]I don't have any cash with me. 我身上没带现金。[00:39.42]I have been putting on weight. 我开始发胖了。[00:46.33]I have just finished the book. 我刚刚读完这本书。[00:53.71]I was late for work yesterday. 我昨天上班迟到了。[01:01.41]It appears to be a true story. 这故事似乎是真的。[01:08.76]I've got to start working out. 我必须开始做健身运动了。[01:16.96]Japan is to the east of China. 日本在中国的东部。[01:24.67]John asked Grace to marry him. 约翰向格雷斯求婚。[01:32.59]My watch is faster than yours. 我的表比你的表快。[01:40.15]New China was founded in l949. 1949年新中国成立。[01:49.98]Thanks for your flattering me. 多谢你的夸奖。[01:56.96]They charged the fault on him. 他们把过失归咎于他。[02:04.38]This car is in good condition. 这车性能很好。[02:11.90]This work itself is very easy. 这件工作本身很容易。[02:20.04]Truth is the daughter of time. 时间见真理。[02:27.09]We look forward to your visit. 期待您的光临。[02:33.86]What do you think of this one? 您觉得这个怎么样子[02:41.31]What's the weather like to day? 今天天气怎么样?[02:48.26]A red tie will match that suit. 红领带会配那件衣。[02:56.11]A wet road is usually slippery. 潮湿的路往往是滑的。 /200810/52864海沧区哪里脱毛好厦门第一医院美容冠




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