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Last time we talked about the false belief that evolutionary theory says human beings descended from monkeys.上次我们谈论到了关于人类进化论的错误观念:人类是猴子演变而来的。In fact, evolution says that both human beings and monkeys descended from a common ancestor that existed about thirty million years ago.其实,进化论阐述的是人类和猴子都是同一个祖先的后裔。而这个祖先存在于三千万年前。Across time, species can give rise to otherspecies, which can in turn give rise to others.斗转星移,物种会产生其他的物种,这样依次发展又会产生别的不同物种。So, while its not true that human beings evolved from monkeys, if you stretch your thinking you can see how monkeys can be considered relatives of ours.因此,尽管人类从猴子演变而来不是真的,但如果你发散思维,就会明白为什么会说猴子是我们的近亲。After all, I call someone my cousin if she and I have a common ancestor.终究,我把和我有共同祖先的人叫做表兄。If we could keep recordsacross millions of years, we might want to count monkeys and apes as our cousins too.假如我们能够备存纪录数百万年之久,可能我们会把猴子和猿也视作表兄。But wait a minute!且慢!If thats true, then arent we also related to the ancestors of that commonancestor?如果真的是这样,那我们的祖先不是也有着共同祖先?I mean, my cousin and I both share a grandparent.我的意思是,我和我的表是同一个祖母。But the family tree doesnt stop there.但是家族谱并不会止于此。We also share that grandparents grandparents.我们也是同一个曾曾曾祖母。What about the species that diverged togive rise to the common ancestor of monkeys and humans?而那些分散发展成猴子和人类共同祖先的物种呢?If you see where this is leading, youll have understood something rather wonderful about life onearth.如果想知道哪儿是起头,就得明白和地球生物有关的一些非常奇妙的事情。In fact, if you take the longest possible perspective — now looking back about four billionyears — you will find that every life form on earth is related to every other.实际上,如果你从长远的角度来看的话—回顾到四十亿年前,你就会发现地球上的所有生物都是息息相关的。We all share commonancestors, because all life came from the first self-reproducing, single-celled organism that existedin the oceans of primal earth.我们有着共同的祖先,因为所有的生命都来源于原始地球上第一个存在于海洋中自我复制的单细胞有机体。Yes, that tree outside is your relative, as is every bug and blade of grass.是的,外面那棵树是你的亲戚。同样的,所有的虫子和青草都是。Invite them in for dinner,why dont you?邀请它们共进晚餐吧!为什么不呢? 201409/329642。

Last week we sent our PA Ari to Ohio State University to surprise the sorority.上周 我们派助理阿力去俄亥俄州立大学 给会的一个惊喜Six of the sorority members are in the audience today.会中有六人来到了现场Ladies, come on down.You have Mics on chairs back there and everybody have got a Mic here.女士们 上台来吧 麦克风就在你们椅子后面 这也有一个麦给你们You just clip it on.And,you got it? I dont know.I dont know how to do this.你们只要夹上就行 然后 找到了吗 我不知道 我不知道怎么找I think is on the seats right behind you.Oh, Im shaking. - On your sit...应该就在你椅子上 找找你后面 天 我在发抖 在你椅子上You got it?This is right. Here.Its all right.找到了吗 找到了 我来吧 别紧张Now we run out of time. Thanks for....All right.So welcome, hi.时间不够用了 谢谢 好了 欢迎你们So are you went surprising.are you missing class for...看来你们还有点不知所措 你们缺课了 为了Thanks for being here for missing your school.谢谢你们 为了来这都缺课了We... I always skip classes for your show, so its okay.我为看你的节目一直逃课 所以无所谓啦Oh great. She held multiple talks We coming to you since totally okay.好吧 她和很多人说了 我们会来你的节目 所以这完全没问题Really? Well, first of all, ah.This is the first time you are here?真的吗 首先 这是你们第一次来我的节目吗Or I think you have been here before. Yeah, I还是说你们以前来过我的节目 是的 我Not in here. Yeah, I have been here before but not inside.不是在这里 我来过 但是没有进来这里I came on spring break, and this amazing woman let me go around the studio我在春假的时候来的 然后 有很好的 让我参观了演播室She is a tour guide, she let me go in.她是个导游 让我进来了And I bought so much merch they gave me discount.We got really bad.然后我买了很多东西 他们还给我打了折 我们当时真的很开心and I got view of your parking spot. It was amazing.而且我还参观了你的停车位 太不可思议了 /201603/430955。

Have a seat Right back at you,Right back at each every one of you坐吧 全数返还 掌声全数返还给现场的每位Thank for that noise,I appreciate you all being here.Yesterday was a big day wasnt it?谢谢各位的掌声与尖叫 很感谢你们的到来 昨天很特殊对不对All of the country people turn out and recognise numbers to do one thing that is to my Portias new book全国的人民 都走出了家门 做了同一件事情 那就是买Portia的新书Unbearable Lightness.The book came out yesterday.Its doing very very well生命不能承受之轻 这本书昨天出炉 卖得很好But enough about Portia,Lets talk about PEOPLE magazine.Portia was on the cover of PEOPLE magazinePortia不要提Portia了 我们来谈谈《人物》周刊 可是登上了封面哦It comes out to stand today.On new stand today.So to be out for a week今天发售 今天新鲜出炉 一旦买了这周的杂志Then that will be in danos office forever ever and ever这书就永久性的呆在你的办公室了 永远If you have not Portias book,It is really its an amazing book如果你还没读过Portia的书 这是本很好的书Its beautifully written and very honest and very touching不仅文字优美 而且是真情实感 触动人心If you could only buy one book this year,Buy Portias如果你今年只能买一本书的话 那就买Portia的And if you would only buy two books Then buy two copies of Portias.Right thats right如果你今年只能买两本书的话 那就买两本Portia的书 没错 就是这样I cant think of any other book will be taken And more great news我想不出来还有什么书值得大家来读了 还有更好的消息Tomorrow Portia will be here to talk about being on the show with me明天 Portia会光临现场来谈 就跟我一起在节目里Talking about,yes thats right You are exciting,She will be here talking about the book谈…很好 大家都好兴奋 她会光临现场来谈书的事情 /201603/431314。

Weve all been hearing a lot of anti-immigrant rhetoric recently. Everything from banning all Muslims from the country to halting the flow of Syrian refugees.This week, Karen Korematsu has been in Michigan sharing her fathers story from a similar time of fear and confusion.During World War II, Fred Korematsu refused to comply with the order that put about 120,000 Japanese-Americans in internment camps. He has become a symbol of resistance to what is now seen as a shameful time in America.Karen Korematsu wants Michigan to be among the states to officially commemorate January 30 as Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution.According to Korematsu, her father thought of himself first as an American citizen. ;He couldnt believe that American citizens would be ordered to be imprisoned without any due process of law,; she says.;He just wanted to get on with his life. He had done nothing wrong, so why should he be incarcerated just because he looked like the enemy?;Korematsus father was eventually arrested in the San Francisco Bay area. She tells us that his case was taken up by executive director of the ACLU of Northern California Ernest Besig, who had been looking for a test case ;because he thought it was unconstitutional since everyones due process had been violated.;The process took several years before eventually being heard by the Supreme Court on December 18, 1944.Korematsu tells us her father ;truly believed; that by the time his case got to the high court, they would see that the internment of Japanese-Americans was unconstitutional. He was ;disheartened; and ;disgusted; when the court ruled six to three against him.;But it wasnt unanimous,; Korematsu says, ;and thats the important point. In fact, Justice Murphy of Michigan was one of the dissenting positions.;Her father went on to challenge his conviction and that ruling in the 1980s. Though she wasnt fully aware of it growing up, her fathers federal prison record had worked against him when finding employment and housing. ;My father had never given up hope that someday he could reopen his Supreme Court case because he clearly felt that the government was wrong and that he was right in what he had done.;Korematsus father was eventually able to challenge the ruling in the 80s thanks to a piece of evidence turned up by University of California, San Diego professor Peter Irons while researching the World War II Supreme Court cases.;He was looking through some files and found, actually in the Immigration and Alien Department, a box that hadnt been opened in 40 years. And right on the top of this box, that was dusty, was this file … about the Department of Justice, that proved there was no military necessity for the Japanese-Americans to be forcibly removed from their homes; that at the time of my fathers Supreme Court case, the Department of Justice had withheld evidence, had destroyed evidence and had altered evidence. So on that basis, they were able to reopen my fathers Supreme Court case.;In 1998, President Bill Clinton awarded Fred Korematsu the Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor. Korematsu died in 2005.Several states have agreed to commemorate January 30 as Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution or are on their way to doing so in some capacity.California was the first, Korematsu tells us, beginning in 2011, followed by Hawaii and the Commonwealth of Virginia. Georgia and Pennsylvania have submitted resolutions honoring the day, while Florida and South Carolina have submitted bills to their respective legislatures.Korematsu visited with legislators this week in an effort to persuade Michigan to officially commemorate Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution each year on January 30. She tells us they were ;very receptive; to the idea. 201602/424883。

A tiger shark could dismember this turtle and can even saw through her shell.虎鲨能够肢解这只海龟能锯开它的壳。Shes on high alert.它现在警惕性很高。She turns and tilts rapidly,presenting her widest profile.它迅速的转弯露出宽阔的侧面。Its too much of a mouthful for the shark,but the tiger shark doesnt give chase.这样虎鲨一口可别想把它吞下去,但是虎鲨没有去追逐。It cant be bothered.它不能被打扰。Theres a much easier way to get a meal.有很多更容易获得食物的方法。Its been waiting for fresh turtle carcasses to float out on the rising tide.它在等新鲜的海龟尸体 随着潮水漂浮过来。To predict such an event is an amazing thing for a shark to do.一只鲨鱼能预测这样的事情很很不可思议的一件事。 译文属201511/412119。

Hi,everybody,hi.Im so happy,this is our first week of shows.你们好吗 我太开心了 这是节目的第一周And Im happy to be back,doing what I love doing with the people I love doing it to 很高兴能够回来 对我喜欢的人做我喜欢做的事So,thank you for letting me do what I do to you谢谢你们让我继续做我对你们做的事In case you missed our premiere show,I didnt fly my audience to Australia可能你错过了我们的首映秀 我没有把我的观众都送去澳大利亚But,thanks to Ashton Kutcher,we all got to see the land down under但是 得谢谢Ashton Kutcher 我们都见识到了下面的世界People have been asking if Ashton was actually naked,he was wearing a nude color sock有人怀疑Ashton是不是真的全裸了 好吧 其实他穿着一只肤色的袜子Unfortunately it was on his foot.thats where the sock was但不幸的是 他穿在了脚上 是的 袜子在脚上And that was not the only scary thing that happened to me on saturday但这并不是上周六发生的唯一一件吓人的事Listen to this,Im not kidding around,I got struck by lightning听我说 我可没开玩笑 我被雷击中了Well I didnt,but my house did.But still scary确切的说不是我 是我的房子 但是仍然很吓人吧I dont know if you live here in Los Angeles,any of you,but theres a warning,I was watching TV我不知道你们当中有没有人住在洛杉矶 当时有警报 我正在看电视and I heard the beeps.At first I thought wow Judge Judith swears a lot because然后就听到了哔哔声 刚开始我还在想 朱迪法官可真爱飚脏话And then it turns out the beeps were those emergency alerts后来才发现哔哔声原来是紧急警报and warning that thunderstorms were in Los Angeles and Ive only seen the emergency alert in Los Angeles only once before暴风雨要来了 在洛杉矶我只见过一次紧急警报And it was a serious emergency,It was Jamba Juice who was out of wheatgrass那可是非常严重的紧急情况 是他们在用小麦草做然巴果汁时发出的声音 /201610/471150。