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您有没有遇到过这样的尴尬:在安静的地方发出较大的响声,或是在人多的时候忍不住想answer the call of nature……怎样从容地应对这些“突发情况”?下面这些建议也许能为您“排忧解难”。一起来看看吧!有人打喷嚏时,你该怎么说呢?应该说Bless you. 因为西方人相信,人在打喷嚏时,灵魂会出壳,恶魔会趁虚而入,所以周围的人要说 “Bless you”,而打喷嚏的人要说“Thank you”表示礼貌。【中英对照】If you've been through it, this will probably come as no surprise. Divorce can add years to a person's face, it is claimed.如果你已经经历了,你可能不会感到惊讶。研究称,离婚会让人容颜变老。Researchers found that marriage breakdown can take a significant toll on appearance.研究人员发现,婚姻破裂会对人的外貌造成很大的影响。They looked at identical twins, who would be genetically predisposed to age at a similar pace, to determine whether certain experiences affected ageing.为确定某些经历是否会影响衰老,研究人员对同卵双生的双胞胎进行了研究,这些双胞胎在基因的设定下衰老速度完全一样。"A person's heritage may initially dictate how they age but if you introduce certain factors into your life, you will certainly age faster, and likewise, if you avoid those factors you can slow down the hands of time," said Professor Bahaman Guyuron, who led the study.研究负责人巴哈曼·古尤伦教授说:“遗传可能是决定一个人如何变老的基本因素,但如果在人生中加入某些因素,那么肯定会加速衰老,同样,如果避免这些因素,则会减缓衰老。”Professor Guyuron and his colleagues gathered information from questionnaires and digital images taken from 186 pairs of twins.古尤伦教授和同事对186对双胞胎进行了问卷调查和数码拍照。An independent panel of judges then viewed the images for perceived age differences between the siblings.一个独立评审小组浏览了这些照片,并根据照片判断这些双胞胎外表上的年龄差异。The results showed that the twin who had gone through a divorce appeared two years older than the one who was married, single or had been widowed.结果显示,一对双胞胎中的离婚者比已婚、单身或守寡者看起来要老两岁。Those who took antidepressants or were overweight also aged quicker.而用抗抑郁药物或体重超标的人衰老速度也较快。It is thought antidepressants can calm the facial muscles, causing them to sag in longterm users.据称,抗抑郁药物能够使面部肌肉松弛,所以长期用者肌肉容易下垂。The research was conducted by the Case Western Reserve University in the U.S., and published in the Journal Of The American Society Of Plastic Surgeons.该研究由美国西储大学开展,研究结果已在《整形和修复外科医学期刊》上发表。Sun exposure, smoking and alcohol use were all found to have a negative effect on appearance.另外,日晒、吸烟和酗酒都会对外表造成不良影响。 /200905/71084

College courses aren’t all “Econ 1011” and “The History of Europe: 1500-Present”. A trend among many colleges and universities is to offer courses that are slightly off the beaten track . Many of these courses draw their themes from pop culture or sports, or they may be the brainchildren of professors who want to share their passion with students. They may be no less serious than traditional courses, but they certainly cover new academic ground. Students take these off beat courses for a variety of reasons—hoping for an easy A, to try something fun, or to explore a new interest.大学里开设的课程并不都是像“经济学导论”和“欧洲史:1500年至今”这样的课程。目前在许多高校中有一种趋势,就是开设一些稍微偏离常规的课程。在这些课程中,许多都是从流行文化或体育运动中选取主题,这些主题也可能是那些想与学生分享自己的教授们的想法。这些课程可能不比传统的课程逊色,而它们的确涉及到了新的学术领域。学生们之所以选修这些非正统的课程,理由可谓多种多样——有的希望轻松地得到A,有的想尝试一下好玩的东西,或是想探索新的兴趣领域。 1) You can boldly go where no other philosophy student has gone before in Georgetown University’s “Philosophy and Star Trek” course, where students discuss the nature of time travel, the ability of computers to think and feel, and other philosophical dilemmas facing the crew of the Starship Enterprise.在乔治城大学开设的“哲学与《星际旅行》”课上,你可以大胆地向其他任何学哲学的学生都未曾涉足的领域进军。在这门课上,学生们讨论时间旅行的性质、计算机思考与感知的能力,以及“进取号星舰” 乘务组所面临的其他哲学困境。 /200912/91352

A briefnapcould boost people's memory, according to new research.Researchers at The City University of New York found that having a brief sleep improved people's ability to remember things.Volunteers were told to memorise pairs of words. When they were tested straight afterwards and six hours later, those who had been allowed a nap of up to one hour before the retest achieved 15 percent higher scores than the volunteers who had not been allowed to go to sleep.The researchers told New Scientist magazine: "Traditionally, time devoted to daytime napping has been consideredcounterproductive."But they added that it now seemed that sleep was "an important mechanism for memory formation".The study was published in the journal Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, the magazine said. 一项最新调查表明,小睡能增强。纽约城市大学的研究者们发现,小睡一觉能提高人的。研究人员让参加调查的志愿者记住几组单词,并在分别记完之后和6小时后对他们进行测试。结果发现,那些在接受再次测试前小睡了1小时的人比未小睡的人得分高出15个百分点。研究人员在接受《新科学家》杂志采访时说:"人们一直认为白天小睡起不到什么积极作用。"但是,现在看来,睡眠"是形成记忆的一个重要途径"。据《新科学家》杂志介绍,此项研究结果发表在《学习和记忆神经生物学》上。 /200809/47096

  As if teenagers and young adults needed another excuse to spend more time using their electronic gadgets. Four out of five women and three out of five men believe texting, Facebook and other social networking tools cause new couples to jump into bed faster, a survey claims. Thirty-eight per cent of women say they have actually slept with a date sooner because of so-called 'digital intimacy'。  2011才起个头,关于社交网络的话题源源不断,随着使用社交网交友的网民数量越来越多,好事者针对Facebook的调查也没有停止的意思,关于Facebook的统计数据。通过最新的一项调查发现,频繁使用Facebook进行交流的情侣会比普通初结识情侣发生亲密关系的速度要快得多得多。据统计,80%的女性网民、以及60%的男性网民相信各种社交网络,比如微、脸谱网的两性互动产生了一种“数码亲密效应”,这种虚拟交友的形式受到一致认可,有38%的女人承认她们与通过社交网络认识的男朋友更容易、更快发生亲密关系,因为Facebook上提供的信息更能让她们信。  Use of social media via smart phones and laptops are the new toys that lead to the bedroom, the researchers claim. Clinical psychologist Dr Belisa Vranich said: 'The texting and all the social networking that's happening create anticipation.'If your goal is to have sex, texting is actually helpful for that because it makes the correspondence between people sort of more titillating. 'It also gives the false impression that you've actually been together for a longer amount of time, so it's actually OK to have sex quicker。  研究员称,通过智能手机和电脑进行网络社交如今大受欢迎,有心理学家Dr Belisa Vranich 说:“泛滥使用的社交网络通常会给‘刚认识’情侣一种暗示,那就是我们已经认识那么长时间了,发生亲密关系也是再正常不过的事情。因为通过虚拟社交认识的男女往往觉得在网上的互动可以和现实中的互动相提并论,虽然还没见过彼此真实面容,但是一直通过互联网传情、联系感情。他们一旦见面必定是‘干柴烈火’。”  Even before consummating a relationship, 70 per cent of women and 63 per cent of men use Google and other online tools to screen potential dates. Sixty-five per cent of those polled said they had been asked out by text and 49 per cent through a Facebook message, according to the 1,200 women and men who took part in the survey by Shape and Men's Fitness magazines  据调查,当今的情侣在确定恋爱关系之前,都会上网搜寻对方的详细信息。有70%的女人以及63%的男人用谷歌等在线搜索工具来“人肉”对方潜在的资料。有65%的受访者声称,他们都是通过Facebook来约意中人外出约会。 /201101/124792

  The Chocolate Game The chocolate game is a game often played at children's parties, originating in America. The games name originated when an American child named Peter Goudanis was chatting with friends of his. He ment to say "I'm going to go get some chocolate milk" but mistakenly said "I'm going to go get some chocolate game". They later invented this game and it slowly sp at children's parties /200912/91495。

  

  Do you enjoy dancing? The fact that you do probably means that you're probably not a complete introvert, but your style of dance may reveal more about your personality that you might think. Dancing is a form of self expression and a way of communicating with your dance partner and with the world at large on a social basis. Here's what your style of dance reveals about you:Clapping Your HandsClapping your hands when you dance may indicate that you're an extroverted, outgoing, vivacious type who loves to be the center of the social scene. The noise associated with the clapping movements may be a subconscious or conscious attempt to call attention to yourself. In fact, this can be true if you make any type of noise when you dance such as snapping your fingers or stomping your feet repeatedly.Wearing Revealing Dance AttireThis one should be rather obvious. If you tend to pick the skimpiest or the brightest outfit to wear out on the dance floor, you're probably, at least subconsciously, trying to seek attention. If your outfit is revealing enough, there's a good chance that you will attract attention. Before you wear a mini dress and heels out onto the dance floor, make sure you're y for the response.Repeating the Same Steps Over and OverIf you tend to repeat the same dance steps over and over with little variation, you're probably a rather conventional person who's averse to risk and change. Although it's nice to play it safe, you might enjoy learning some new moves to jazz up both your dance style and your life.Shaking Your Hips with Wild AbandonIf you shake your hips with wild abandon on the dance floor, you're probably a passionate, uninhibited soul who welcomes change and embraces new experiences. You're also likely to be a risk taker both in your social life and in your business dealings.You Avoid the Dance Floor EntirelyYou're probably a shy, introverted person who doesn't feel comfortable in social situations. More men fall into this group than women. Chances are you have to be coerced into attending a social event and feel very ill at ease once you get there. Your idea of entertainment is an evening in front of the television set or catching the latest flick in the dark at the movie theater.You Only Slow DanceYou're probably a laid back, easy going, romantic soul who spends a lot of time day dreaming and fantasizing. You probably appreciate a good romance novel or love story and would make a good marriage partner. Either that or your joints won't allow you to swing your hips on the dance floor anymore.Your style of dance may say more about you than you know. What's your dance style saying about you? 你喜欢跳舞么?事实是,你可能并不是一个完全内向的人,但是你跳舞的风格却可能会揭示出比你想到的还要多的性格。舞蹈是一种自我展示,也是和你舞伴的一种交流方式,也是这个世界上社交的基本。以下就是你的舞蹈所揭示出关于你的一些事情:拍手:在跳舞的时候拍手,表示你可能是一个那种喜欢在社交场合成为中心的外向的,活泼的人。拍手的声音可能是你潜意识或者有意识的想到吸引别人注意到你。事实上,如果你在跳舞的时候真的重复发出的了如打响指或是跺脚之类的声音,你的确可以吸引到别人的注意。身着与众不同的舞衣这一点应该是相当明显的了。如果你打算在舞池中身着很暴露或是很鲜艳的舞衣,你很可能,至少在潜意识里,想要吸引别人的注意。如果你的舞衣足够出挑,那将会是一个你吸引注意的好机会。在你穿上迷你裙和露脚跟的鞋子之前,请确保你已经准备好应对大众可能会有的反应。一遍一遍的重复舞步如果你一遍一遍的重复舞步而很少有改变的话,你可能就是那种不愿意冒险和改变的传统派人士。尽管这样选择安全的做法很好,但是你也会享受学到新舞步来刺激一下你的舞蹈风格,活跃一下你的生活。疯狂扭胯如果你在舞池中疯狂扭胯,你也许就是那些乐于迎接改变和新的经历的,充满的不安定灵魂。在生活上和事业处理上,你也很可能是一个愿意冒险的人。你完全对跳舞避之不急你可能是一个害羞,内向的人,这类人在这叫场合通常会觉得浑身不舒。在这类人群中,男人比女人要多。很有可能的情况就是,你是被迫要去参加一个社交活动,而你一到活动现场,就会觉得不自在。你所认为的,就是一个晚上泡在电视机前,或者是到黑漆漆的电影院里看场最新上映的片子。你只跳慢舞你也许是个迂回的人,很好相处,并且十分浪漫。这种人会花很多时间在做白日梦和幻想上。你可能会欣赏一部浪漫的小说或是爱情故事,也会是一个好的结婚对象。无论是这种性格还是你的身体,都不会允许你在跳舞的时候有太大的动作。你舞蹈的风格可能会告诉你很多你自己都不知道的东西,你的舞蹈方式告诉了你些什么呢? /200804/34940妈妈:今天天气真好,孩子,我希望你能出去玩玩。

  A Cambodian couple who separated after 40 years of marriage may have taken things too literally when it came to splitting their assets:A couple who separated after 40 years of marriage split their house in two -- literally.A couple who separated after 40 years of marriage split their house in two -- literally.The husband cut the house in two."It is the strangest thing I've ever seen," said May Titthara, who wrote about the case for The Phnom Penh Post, an English-language newspaper in the Cambodian capital. "People there never saw this happen in a divorce. It is very interesting for them."The husband and wife had been living together in the house in a village in the Prey Veng province of southern Cambodia, roughly 50 miles (80 km) from the capital.The couple would not talk to the newspaper, but the village chief told May Titthara that the husband was angry because his wife wouldn't tend to him when he was ill.Last week, the husband and his friends moved his belongings to one side of the house -- and sawed and chiseled it off, said the reporter, who interviewed the village chief and neighbors.The couple also divided their property into four sections: for themselves and their two children.Because the couple side-stepped the provincial courts when they parted ways, their unusual resolution could pose a problem later, said Prak Phin, a lawyer for Legal Support for Child and Women in the province."This was a not a legal divorce. It never went to the court," he said. "If they have disagreements in the future, they will not have a legal (recourse)."The man moved his part of the house to his parents' property, May Titthara said. He lives with his parents, while the wife continues to reside in her precariously perched, upright half. 一对柬埔寨夫妇在结束40年婚姻时可能太过教条,居然把他们的家产真的一分为二了。A couple who separated after 40 years of marriage split their house in two -- literally.一对夫妇结束其40年婚姻时把他们的家一劈为二---名副其实的“分家”丈夫把房子一劈为二。“这是我看到的最为奇特的事情,”为位于柬埔寨首都的英文报纸《金边邮报》撰写此报道的MAY TITTHARA说道,"那里的人从来没看到过离婚会发生这样的事情。对他们来说,这太有趣了。”这对夫妇一起居住一个村庄的一所房子里,那里位于距首部大约50英里(80公里)的柬埔寨南部的波萝勉省。这对夫妇对记者保持沉默,不过,据那里的村长告诉MAY TITTHARA说,丈夫因为生病而他妻子不愿意照顾他,所以他很气愤。记者在采访村长和邻居们后获知,上周,这位丈夫和他的朋友们把他的财产搬到了房子的一边,然后用锯子锯,用凿子凿,把房子一分为二。这对夫妇也把他们的财产分了四份: 他们两人,还有他们的两个孩子。这个省为孩子和妇女提供法律帮助的律师PRAK PHIN说,因为这对夫妇分开的时候绕过了省法院,所以他们非同寻常的决定会留下后遗症。他说:“这不是一个合法的离婚。他们没去法院。如果他们以后出现争议,将无法获得法律持。”May Titthara说,这位丈夫把他的那一半房子搬到了他父母那里。他和他父母居住,而他的妻子则不安全地继续栖息在房子的右半部分。 /200810/540421, Thinking of leaving him or her one day1、你是否在悄悄地等待离开的一天 /200912/91690

  巨蟹座(6月22日━ 7月22日) 英文名:Cancer Cancer is emotional, sensitive and a symbol of motherhood with arms circling around the chest. Tt reflects the mother nature of protecting children. But the baby under the security of mother indicates a fragile characteristic. The arms illustrates Cancer owns the strong sense of self-protection. 敏感多情的巨蟹座是母性的象征,双臂环绕着胸前,表现母亲护卫子女的天性   不过,就另一种象征意义而言,怀中婴儿代表了无助脆弱的自我,而环绕的双臂,则说明了巨蟹座浓厚的自我保护意义。 Hercules is hero in the Greek legend. one day, he was ordered to get rid of the dangerous nine-headed snake Hydra. In the fierce battle, Cancer, Hydra's assistant, was killed by Heracles who crushed shells with a stick. But Hera hated this hero, and later she put cancer into the sky, as one os the constellations. 传说一  赫拉克勒斯是希腊传说中的英雄,他受命除掉伤害人畜的九头水蛇许德拉。在激烈的战斗中,许德拉有一只巨蟹助战,被赫拉克勒斯用大棒将蟹壳击碎而亡。神后赫拉非常憎恨这位英雄,把巨蟹放在天上成为星座。在二三月的夜晚,在南方天空可以看见巨蟹星座。 Cancer first appeared in legend of Babylonian culture. In Egypt, the symbol of this constellation is two turtles, sometimes referred to as "the constellation of water", sometimes referred to as allul(allul, an unknown of aquatic life). 传说二  巨蟹座最早脱胎于巴比伦的传说。在埃及,这星座的象征为两只乌龟,有时被称为“水的星座”,有时又被称为阿璐儿(allul,一种不明的水中生物)。 /201101/123640

  科学家要么像谢耳朵那样EQ低到不可思议,要么尽己所能,把严谨精确的科学精神发挥到恋爱上面,大胆假设小心求,先算能找到多少理想女友,再展开具体战略。所以当旁人还在忙着相亲交友的时候,科学家已经轻轻松松,一个公式搞定人生大事。 The Drake equation is used to estimate the number of highly evolved civilizations that might exist in our galaxy. The equation was developped in 1961 by Dr.Frank Drake at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.德雷克方程式是用来估计系内拥有高度发展文明的星球数量的。1961年,美国国家无线电天文台的弗兰克·德雷克士创造出了这个方程式。The equation is generally specified as:这个方程式写作:N=R*×Ep×Ne×F1×Fi×Fc×L N the number of civilizations in our galaxy with which communication might be possible;我们能够与之沟通的、有高度文明的外星球数量R* the average rate of star formation per year in our galaxy系中每年新星球“出生率”Ep the fraction of those stars that have planets能生长植物的星球所占的比率Ne the average number of planets that can potentially support life per star that has planets每颗这样的星球上能维持生命的植物的平均数目F1 the fraction of the above that actually go on to develop life at some point其中真正能出现生命痕迹的星球比率Fi the fraction of the above that actually go on to develop intelligent life其中能出现高等生命的星球比率Fc the fraction of civilizations that develop a technology that releases detectable signs of their existence into space拥有向宇宙中发射可识别信号的能力的文明在以上星球中所占的比率L the length of time such civilizations release detectable signals into space.那样的高等文明生物发射可识别心信号的时间 /201108/146966。

  看白领压减新玩法White-collar workers going to great lengths for stress reliefWhite-collar workers going to great lengths for stress relief A soldier of the South Korean special attack corps paints his eyes during a friendly Taekwondo match at a South Korean Army Base in Pochon, north of Seoul. Stressed out white-collar workers are scaling skyscrapers, camping out on rooftops, smashing up restaurants, pretending to be children and even visiting cemeteries in a bid to relieve the pressure of modern life.As the country's economy continues to steam ahead, once popular forms of entertainment, such as karaoke, card games and even boxing bars, appear to be losing their appeal.Consider the members of Shanghai's Cat Rain club. By day, this group of young women works executive jobs, but by night they climb buildings so they can spend the night on the roof."It's a good way to release our pressure. You feel relaxed when you're sitting on the roof, looking up to the sky and chatting with intimate friends," said Gong Ying, 25.The stress of work is not just limited to people in Shanghai.A recently opened restaurant in Beijing encourages customers to smash plates - as long as they are willing to pay to replace them.Though there has been some debate about the extravagance of such services, some psychologists say the activity reflects the desire of some white-collar workers to vent their angst.Some workers even appear eager to return to their childhoods. This May, hundreds of people took part in a festival in which adults pretended to be children. It was an adults-only event, and participants could comics and eat sweets all day.Scenic places such as parks and rivers can also help people relax and put things in perspective. But a cemetery?Cemetery companies in Shanghai organized visits to local graveyards for stressed-out workers in March. The participants were taken to quiet spots in the cemetery where they could contemplate life and their futures.Roof-camper Chen Bin, an IT marketing professional, said she had camped out on a rooftop about 30 times. When she's not sleeping out under the stars, she also has several other adrenalin-fueled interests, such as downhill racing and paragliding."Pressure may bring us distress, but it doesn't mean we can't find ways out," Chen says. "Life should be imaginative."(China Daily) 压力过大的白领们正在用爬楼、露营屋顶、去发泄餐厅砸盘子、“扮嫩”、甚至游墓地的方式给自己减压。随着中国经济蒸蒸日上,卡拉OK、打牌以及拳击俱乐部等曾经流行的方式如今已失去吸引力。在上海的Cat Rain俱乐部,白天,一群年轻女孩做做行政工作;到了晚上,她们就爬到楼顶上去过夜。25岁的宫颖说:“这是释放压力的好方法。当你坐在楼顶上,看看天空,和好朋友聊聊天,你会感到很放松。”不仅仅是上海人工作压力大。近日在北京开业的一家餐厅为顾客提供“砸盘子”务,砸碎的盘子由顾客买单。尽管这种“奢侈”的务引发了一些争论,但一些心理学家分析说,这种做法反映出一些白领人士想要发泄心中郁闷的愿望。一些白领人士甚至想“还童”。今年五月,共有几百人参加了一个“成人儿童节”。这个活动只允许成年人参加。参加这一活动的人可以一整天都看漫画书、吃糖果。公园、河流这样的景点也有助于人们减压,理清头绪。但墓地呢?今年三月,上海陵园公司组织了一场白领减压墓地游活动。活动参与者被带到墓地中安静的地方,他们可以在那儿思考人生和未来。IT界营销人士陈斌就比较喜欢在楼顶上露营,她说,她已经在楼顶上露营了大约30次了。除此之外,她还有其它几个“刺激”的爱好,比如滑降和滑伞。她说:“压力会导致情绪低落,但这并不是说没有办法来减压。生活应该有点想象力。” /200803/30014

  A group of artists, writers and intellectuals has launched a new "university" in London, designed to help those too tied up with work to appreciate the finer things in life, like art, books and travel.The School of Life, operating out of a small shop in the arty district of Bloomsbury describes itself as a "chemist for the mind" that plans to dispense "cultural solutions to everyday ailments". It hopes to inspire those who have got out of the habit of ing decent books, cannot keep conversation flowing at dinner parties, or need to expand their holiday horizons.The philosopher Alain de Botton, author of How Proust Can Change Your Life, and Sophie Howarth, a former curator at the Tate Modern Gallery, are among the faculty members.The founders believe that people with too little time to spare need after-hours instruction in how to use what little they have to live a more fulfilled existence. "Perhaps you have a burning question for a paleontologist. Perhaps you're considering a career change and want to talk first-hand to a photographer or landscape designer. The School of Life has a large freelance faculty who are willing to meet with you for an hour of chat in exchange for a small fee,” the website explains, listing 50 experts.Among courses being offered later this year are instruction in life, love, work, family and politics. A typical course, in love, will explore why relationships are so complicated and why attraction ebbs and flows. "We draw on ideas from philosophy, psychoanalysis, literature and art. We discover what the likes of Plato, Shakespeare, Tolstoy and Freud had to say about compassion, empathy and self-love," the instructors promise.Courses run for six weeks and cost 195 pounds. /200812/58916

  Man proposes, God disposes. 这个说法最早见于14世纪,起初以 “If man proposes evil, God disposes of it.” 的形式出现, 意思是上帝会阻止想要为恶的人。这里的God, 既可以指上帝, 又可以指天意。 就像我们常说的“尽人事, 听天命”、“谋事在人,成事在天”一样, 尽力而为之后, 还要顺从自然的规律。 毕竟,人类是自然的一部分, 凡事皆不可强求, 与自然的和谐是人类的生存之本。 例如:A: Bob, how about tomorrow’s driving test?Sure to pass,huh? B: I don’t know. I’ve done enough, I’d say. Anyway, man proposes, God disposes. I am praying for good luck. It is a sin to steal a pin. 该句的字面意思是: 即使是偷一根针也是一种罪过。还记得那句古训吗?“勿以恶小而为之, 勿以善小而不为。”冀望之切,溢于言表。不要因为犯的是小错就可以听之任之。 例如:Honesty is the best policy. Never covet what is not yours, for it is a sin to steal a pin. If you play with fire, you get burnt. /200903/65894

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