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Nature conservation保护自然The constant gardener永恒的守护者The future of wilderness荒野的未来Sep 17th 2011 | from the print edition Rambunctious Garden: Saving Nature in a Post-Wild World. By Emma Marris. Bloomsbury; 224 pages; and pound;20. Buy from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk书名:《喧闹的花园:在人类统领的世界里保护自然》 作者:艾玛#8226;马里斯。布鲁斯堡出版社出版。224页。售价25美元或20英镑。可从Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk购买。WHEN the Scottish-born American naturalist, John Muir, encountered a pristine wilderness where the soaring mountains touched the open sky, birds sang in the pine trees and fish spawned in the free-flowing rivers, he was determined to protect it from over-exploitation by the settlers who succeeded the native American presence. Muir fought to ensure that the Yosemite Valley in California became a national park, and he succeeded in 1890. The concept of preserving nature from man’s interference proved both powerful and enduring: almost a century later the Wilderness Act of 1964 empowered states to designate protected land. In “Rambunctious Garden” Emma Marris outlines why the concept of wilderness is flawed.当年,苏格兰裔的美国自然主义者约翰#8226;缪尔邂逅了一片原生态荒原。那里的山峰高高耸立,直入云霄,松林间鸟儿浅唱低吟,溪流里鱼儿繁衍生息,见此美好景象,他下定决心要保护那片土地,以免其遭到继原住民之后占据此地的移民过度开发。为了让它——加利福利亚优胜美地山谷成为国家公园,他不懈努力,终于在1890年申请成功。保护自然免受人类行为干扰这一观念影响深远:几乎一个世纪以后的1964年,荒野法案面世,授权美国各州指定土地加以保护。在《喧闹的花园》一书中,艾玛#8226;马里斯却阐述了为什么这个关于荒野的观点是有缺陷的。The journey begins in Hawaii, where biologists are toiling to remove species that have been introduced to the islands over the centuries since James Cook’s party landed there in 1778. Invaders such as purple-flowered Asian melastome and strawberry guava threaten to overrun delicate Hawaiian natives such as thornless roses and delicate tree ferns. Yet even if all the invaders were removed, it would only return the islands to the state into which the Polynesians, who inhabited them for at least 1,000 years before Cook’s arrival, had shaped them.作者从夏威夷下笔,1778年詹姆斯#8226;库克带领的探险队登上夏威夷群岛,此后数百年间外来物种被移植到了此岛,生物学家们为移除它们费尽了心思。包括亚洲紫色野牡丹和草莓番石榴在内的外来物种肆意繁殖,威胁了脆弱的本地物种,如无刺玫瑰和树厥的生长。然而即使将这些外来物种清除殆尽,夏威夷群岛也只能退回到波利维亚人定居时期,库克船长到来之前,他们已在此地生存了上千年。Even theoretically, returning Hawaii to a prehuman existence would be impossible. Ecosystems change over time, with or without the involvement of mankind, so no one can tell what Hawaii “should” look like. And mankind’s influence on his environment is now such that he has changed the composition of the atmosphere over the past few centuries, so the effects of humanity can never be completely removed.即使是从理论上来说,将夏威夷岛还原成有人类居住之前的状态也是不可能的。不管有没有人类的影响,生态系统都会随时间演变,因此没有人可以说出夏威夷“应该”是什么样的。人类对其所处环境的影响是如此巨大,几个世纪以来连大气层的构成都发生了改变,因此人类的影响永远也无法消除。201109/154990哈尔滨第四医院咨询电话Foreign policy外交政策Home alone独守本土As China rises, must Australia tremble?当中国崛起时,澳大利亚必将战栗? May 26th 2011 | from the print editionBACK IN THE days of the tyranny of distance, the primal terror of Australians was the fear of abandonment. During the country’s first few decades it looked for its security to Britain, a friendly but far-off power. After Singapore fell to the Japanese in 1942, Britain abandoned its former colony. Fortunately, America took its place and has been guaranteeing Australia’s security ever since. Even so, Australia is once again feeling nervous about finding itself alone, prompted by three changes. The first is the growing economic power of China, followed closely by its growing political and military power. The second is that America’s role as the single pole of a unipolar world is inevitably coming to an end. And third, Australia’s new pattern of trade means that for the first time its main commercial partner, China, is not a strategic ally. None of this involves an immediate threat to Australians, but it makes life more complicated.在世界还被距离所主宰的时代,澳大利亚人最大的恐惧莫过于遭到抛弃。在该国成立之初的几十年中,澳大利亚仰仗友好却遥远的强国——英国为其提供安全保障。当新加坡于1942年被日本人攻陷之后,英国抛弃了这片先前的殖民地。幸好,美国接了英国的位置,并在此后一直保障着澳大利亚的安全。即便如此,由于三方面变化所致,澳大利亚还是再一次为发觉自己孤立无援而忧心忡忡。第一种变化是中国正在增强的经济实力,以及该国紧随经济实力增长而增长的政治与军事实力。第二种变化在于,美国所扮演的单极世界中唯一一极的角色正在不可避免地走向终结。第三种变化则是,澳大利亚新的贸易格局意味着出现了前所未有的情况,即该国主要的商业伙伴——中国,并不是自己的战略盟友。对于澳大利亚人而言,所有这一切并没有包含迫在眉睫的威胁,但它却使生活变得更加复杂。201105/138565哈尔滨堕胎得多少钱Even though women continue to advance in American society, many little girls still get stuck in a world of fairytale princesses and frilly pink dresses. That does not sit well with journalist Peggy Orenstein, who mused about her young daughter’s obsession with Disney princesses and predilection for the color pink in a New York Times Magazine essay.在美国社会,虽然妇女们继续取得进步,可是小姑娘们仍然很容易迷恋于童话里的公主和粉红百褶裙。新闻记者奥仁斯坦不喜欢这种现状,她在纽约时报杂志一篇文章里探讨了她小女儿对迪斯尼童话中公主的迷恋和对粉红色的偏爱。She reflects on the overwhelming emphasis on this stereotyped ideal for girls in a new book, "Cinderella Ate My Daughter." Orenstein is at war with what she describes as our hyper-feminized girlie-girl consumer culture. 她在一本名为《灰姑娘吃掉了我女儿》的新书中,探讨人们为什么那么强调女孩儿这种程式化了的幻想。奥仁斯坦在跟她所说的过度女性化的娇娇女女孩消费文化开战。"What is marketed to girls is this idea of pink and pretty. It fuses the idea of appearance with innocence, and then presents the interest in appearance as being evidence of their innocence," she says. "But what’s happening is that girls are emphasizing the way they look more and more and more. So, we’re talking about makeup and provocative dresses and all of that kind of thing."她说:“向女孩推销的是这个粉红和可爱的观念,一种天真无邪的样子。于是女孩儿们就去追求一种明她们天真的外貌。结果是,女孩们越来越看重自己的相貌。所以,我们就在谈论化妆和具有挑逗性的饰,诸如此类的东西。”Many parents don’t see anything wrong with their little girls playing Cinderella, putting on make-up and dressing up as cute princesses, but Orenstein wonders about the long-term impact of encouraging that behavior.许多家长不认为他们的小姑娘扮演灰姑娘、化妆以及把自己装扮成漂亮的公主有什么不好。但奥仁斯坦想知道鼓励这种行为会有什么样的长期影响。"I think parenting is such a present tense thing. When your daughter is 3 months old, you can't imagine having a 6-year old. And when you have a 6-year old, you don’t want to imagine having a 13-year old. You don’t tend to step back and see the context and the arc. I wanted to provide that for parents so they can make their choices more intentionally and really think about whether indulging them in this when they’re three was going to be healthy for them when they were 13." 她说:“我认为,做父母是一种‘当下’的事。当女儿3个月大时,你不能想像养一个6岁孩子的情景。孩子6岁时,你不会去想怎样去养一个13岁孩子。你不大可能后退一步来设想一个孩子的整个成长过程。我要给家长们的就是这个,让他们更有意识地做出选择,去考虑任由3岁的孩子迷恋这些东西,到他们13岁的时候,会不会是健康的。”201103/129448Chris Cuomo's Perfect Job An award-winning psychologist designed a test to pinpoint the right job for you. Stunned by this award winning inside college, just to answer all these question[s]. What make you think how well you know yourself or you supposed to do? What if you change some of the answers ? Change some of your appetites or instinct. Will that change what you’re supposed to be doing? Hmm, anyway I took the test. I tried to be honest about it. You know, look Sam, he’s basically perfect. But see what I’m supposed to be doing. Shoos for me? Hey, everyone, the good news is gas prices are cropping…GMA has given me the chance to talk to characters from all walks of life, often I’m side by side by people on the most intense occupations. Sometimes, I began to try my hand at some of amazing professions. All of them are a far cry from dreams of my childhood which are granted impracticality. I like being a teacher, I always like the ideal of law, and I always like to eat.That’s it. Maybe my first job pointed to my current paycheck position. My first job was paper boy. Collection day was always tricky. People are not as quite available on collection days as they should. So with all experiences I had, I figured this test wouldn’t tell me anything I didn’t really know about what might be right for me. In other words , I was a cynic. I think that you can’t just bet at somebody would be good with what they do in life based on what their aptitudes are, the preferences. Often you wind up being good whatever you do because you become dedicated to it. I had never thought that I’d be good at what I’m doing now. Maybe I’m not.Still I sat down and answered all nine million questions with an open mind. Fix ? , I like that. ? cars , I like that.Pair cars , I like that.? You be a racer.Walking research office laboratory operate office machine. Who likes that?Finally I made through all the sections, subsections, and subsubsections.Is it mandatory that your feelings are attitude toward many kind of work like you’re automated ? machine(what’s that?) quick on yes put those activities you do well. I would love the ?answers.Ok, doneActually, I thought I fit more than three of the six personality categories the test identified, but if I had to pick three, realistic, investigative, enterprising. Turns out that I got two in three right. The test said I was social, enterprising and realistic. Then the ultimate career would reveal. First up, driving instructor. Very good at that, driving and instructing. And how about a, me as a master hair stylist. I like that. How am I doing by the way?Time to cook with chef chromo, executive chef. Nice , now we’re talking, on TV ?The first three were worlds away from my chosen path. But the fourth was at least evovable---lawman. I like to be police office, those guys are some of the bravest men and women I know.So it seems I might be trying something new and very different. That’s what makes every GMA day an adventure. You do have to pay to take the test by the way, but could be worth it, teach you something about yourself. What’s it? Nine dollars, fast ten dollars? Yeah we have to pay for the test as well. Yeah. Chef ha? I can see can. I would like that, I love those TV cooking shows. I like to watch, I don’t know about working in a restaurant, very hard, very stressful. Suppose if it’s a job which is just peach. I got coach, definitely, ‘cause you always take … don’t know if I’m brave enough to do it for they leave house every day put what they do in a line. But good job!Well, it’s interesting to see the spectrum of things that you can do happily given your personality ‘coz sometimes we think you know, we don’t think. That also suits the things I love. Who could not cross the street the wrong way if you look at this right now? 200810/54096哈尔滨可视无痛人流术大概多少钱

黑龙江妇儿价位表哈尔滨哪家医院妇科病看的好If the uncooked meat is refrozen these new bacteria are put into suspended animation along with their living ancestors. This means that when the meat is rethawed there are not only the parents and their offspring, but the “grandkids,” “great-grandkids,” and so on, all reproducing faster than the proverbial rabbits. In other words, there are many more generations of bacteria to cause illness. By refreezing uncooked meat we increase the odds of becoming sick from eating it because we give harmful bacteria more chances to reproduce and thrive. So if you can’t cook it soon, throw it away, or give it to the dog, who is not as sensitive to those bacteria.【生词注释】ancestor n.祖宗,祖先offspring n.子女,子孙proverbial adj.闻名的odds n. 可能的机会如果未煮熟的人再次被冷冻,这些新的细菌会有“祖先们”一起进入暂定生长状态。这意味着当肉再次解冻时,肉中不仅细菌的父母和子女,还有细菌的子孙和曾孙,这些细菌比兔子繁殖还要快。换句话说,有很多代细菌会导致病痛。将未煮的肉重新冷冻,我们吃肉的话就会增加患病的机会,因为我们会细菌更多繁殖和生存的机会。所以如果你马上将肉煮熟,就把肉扔了吧,或把它扔给对细菌不敏感的小吃。201110/158173丹尼斯(保罗·鲁斯特)是个别人眼中的书呆子,毕业典礼上,他作为学生代表发言,大家没有想到的是,这个“书呆子”竟然在大庭广众之下表达了自己对校花啦啦队长贝丝-库珀(海顿-潘妮蒂尔)的暗恋之情。而让丹尼斯也很意外的是,贝丝-库珀不但没有笑话他,反而主动来邀请他参加毕业派对,现在的问题是:贝丝-库珀并非丹尼斯想象的那样完美无缺。That's not the kind of thing usually included in a valedictory speech, but Dennis Cooverman - played by newcomer Paul Rust - is not the usual valedictorian. Sure, his grades are terrific and he's going on to a prestigious university; but shy Dennis realizes he has missed out on the fun of the high school years, so he confesses his secret passion for Beth Cooper, the prettiest girl on campus, with whom he has never spoken. In fact, their first conversation comes right after the graduation ceremony …and it is not quite what he had imagined.still, she has actually spoken to him, and Dennis thinks his dreams are finally coming true; but, as they often do in the movies, those dreams can turn into nightmares …especially with a reckless driver like Beth behind the wheel.As the night progresses, so does a friendship; he discovers she is not the ideal he had imagined - but that's okay - and she recognizes there is more to life than high school popularity.Hayden Panettiere says encounters with fans of the TV series Heroes helped her identify with Beth, who, like her TV character, is type-cast as a cheerleader."I think 'cheerleader' is used a lot as a symbol of high school: cheerleader, quarterback, you know," Panettiere says. "I think that is why it was used in 'Heroes.' The popular girl is supposed to be the head cheerleader, right?"I don't know how you think you know somebody if you've never even had a conversation with them," she adds. "It's a very odd concept, but she is this image of a popular, perfect, head cheerleader kind of girl; yet when he gets to know her he realizes that is not her at all. She's this very spunky very full of life girl.""She goes from being this picture of perfection and this idea of perfection and he realizes that this girl who is everything he might have wanted to be in high school - meaning popular and had fun and reckless and got to have that high school experience - is anything but perfect," Panettiere says. "She doubts herself and is full of insecurities and he has the upper hand [because of] who he is in life."Director Chris Columbus says Panettiere's Beth and Paul Rust's Dennis realize in the course of their graduation night adventure that their futures will be very different from high school."The character of Beth Cooper had probably the four most wonderful years of her life and then on graduation day it sort of all fizzles and she is going to descend into an ordinary life," Columbus says. "She talks about that in the movie. Paul's character, Dennis Cooverman, has had four of the most horrible years you can possibly imagine and, after all the smoke clears on graduation night, he's going to have a pretty great life. I was fascinated by these two people who were polar opposites …that's why I cast Paul, someone who is such a polar opposite of Hayden …and it was a directorial challenge to make them connect emotionally so the audience would accept that."Columbus, whose films include comedy hits like Home Alone and Mrs Doubtfire as well as the first two Harry Potter features, says …Beth Cooper is a welcome return to his directing roots."After doing films like Harry Potter, particularly when you have as much money as you can possibly imagine at your fingertips to make whatever sort of movie you want," Columbus says, "I felt I was getting a little soft and, to be honest with you, spoiled. I wanted to go back to, not a bare-bones approach to filmmaking, but the way I felt back in the 1980's when I was first starting out as a writer on movies like Gremlins and The Goonies and my first movie [as director] Adventures in Babysitting. I thought this could be a companion piece to that and if I strip away the budget and we do it with a relatively unknown cast, with the exception of Hayden, it was an opportunity to put myself back into that situation and, in a sense, reignite my passion for making not only those kind of movies, but bigger movies as well. I just wanted to go back there and see what would happen."I Love You Beth Cooper is written by Larry Doyle, adapted from his 2007 novel of the same name, which won the Thurber Prize for American humor.07/79769道外区中医院治疗子宫肌瘤好吗哈尔滨第二人民医院挂号网

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