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Where plates in the Earth#39;s crust collide,在地球板块碰撞区域the rock on the sea floor containing carbon from the plankton shells死亡浮游生物构成的含有二氧化碳的岩石所处的海底is carried deep into the Earth.俯冲陷落到地球深处This is called subduction.这就叫俯冲As it descends, this layer of rock is heated在沉降过程中,这层岩石被加热and melts, releasing carbon dioxide.并且释放出二氧化碳This gas is returned back into the atmosphere during an eruption.随着火山爆发,气体重返大气层。The remarkable cycle is completed.这就完成了这个非同寻常的循环。It#39;s uncanny how life and volcanoes,火山和生命合作keep just the right amount of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere,让大气中的二氧化碳数量保持在适合的水平keeping our planet at a comfortable temperature.使地球保持在舒适的温度舒This process that had sustained all life on the planet,这个过程撑了行星上所有的生命comes at an enormous cost.但为此付出的代价也是巨大的Subduction volcanoes are the most violent on Earth.俯冲带火山是地球最暴烈的火山You can see just how explosive they are请看记录下来的一次最著名的爆发by looking at one of the most famous eruptions ever recorded.您就明白他们的喷发多么震撼 Article/201509/396887。

  • When my sister and my mom first heard our first hit record, l Want You Back,我跟妈妈首次听到我们第一首主打l Want You Back时my father had sent it over, they didn#39;t care for it.我爸寄去给她们听的 她们并不是很喜欢l didn#39;t like it at all.我一点都不喜欢Because the songs that the children sang因为孩子们唱的歌was more like the, l should say, soul music.我觉得比较接近灵魂音乐And to me, l Want You Back didn#39;t sound that way.l Want You Back对我来说 并不是那类型的音乐All the songs that was out then sound so different,当时所有市面上的歌听来都很不一样so l guess Berry wanted to bring out a different style.我想贝瑞是想要创造另一种风格little did they know it was a very big song, number one.她们都没料到那首歌 竟然冲上第一名lt was just an unbelievable track.很不可思议的一首歌lt just came out of the radio like lightning.一播出就造成轰动Oh, them Jackson 5, that is a kickin#39; group.杰克逊五人组真是了不得的团体#39;Wow, that#39;s them? #39; And l had to get used to the song是他们吗? 我花了些时间才习惯because even though it was a very big hit,虽然那首歌红翻了天your brothers singing on a record, on vinyl, and you hearing it收听自己兄弟的黑胶唱片is something totally different.感觉还是很不一样We just don#39;t have songs that come and go,我们的歌不是只红极一时we have songs that#39;ll be around all the time.而是持续的有人喜爱like, you#39;ll hear #39;em on the FM cllassicall stations,在古典乐广播电台也会播放by the Philharmonic Orchestra, things like that.由交响乐团演奏之类的so it#39;s just not What people call it, kiddie rock. lt#39;s not that.不只是所谓的小孩子摇滚乐 完全不是And a million sellers, a million selling.卖了上百万张 Article/201508/396098。
  • And in his quiet way,Charles burned to be a Christian warrior.潜移默化地 查理一世成为了基督教斗士There was also the matter of his older brother, Henry.这也与他的兄长亨利有关A champion of the joust,celebrated by the poets as a Protestant hero,亨利是马背上王者 新教徒吟诗赞颂 视他为英雄Henry was supposed to have been king,他本该加冕为王but he had died when Charles was a boy,and his armour had passed on to him.却在查理幼时英年早逝了 他的甲胄传入查理手中It was too big.All his life, Charles would try to fit the steel,这使命太厚重了 查理一世穷其一生试图配得上这副兵戈try to become the gartered Charlemagne beneath the British Oak.成为英国本土的查理曼大帝And this war against Spain would be his big chance.向西班牙开战正是他的大好时机Surely parliament would cough up the money for the great Protestant crusade.议会自然是勉强才掏了腰包 资助新教十字军出征Oh, yes, was the answer,but and it was a big but 好的 议会如是说 但是 语气急转直下you see with all due respect,we don#39;t much care for your choice of commander,the Duke of Buckingham.恕我们直言 我们不喜欢您选中的指挥官 白金汉公爵So while we#39;re happy to fork over subsidies,we rather think we#39;ll make it a short-term contract.因此尽管我们愿意付补贴 还是觉得应该订立短期协议为妙Renewable, to be sure, if he turns out all right.在明他的可靠之后 再予续期But parliament knew perfectly well it wouldn#39;t.但议会很清楚白金汉公爵并不可靠From the start, parliament had Buckingham#39;s number.从一开始 议会就对他心中有数To them,he was an upstart nobody,a peacock with a pretty face对他们而言 他不过是个自命不凡的小人物 虚有其表的绣花枕头who#39;d been promoted outrageously above the great earls of the land.被提拔到如此高位着实令人吃惊 /201702/494188。
  • 英语非常道 第27期:唱响英文主题为音乐与梦想,通过给大家介绍三位各有特色的歌手,在与大家分享他 Article/201510/396104。
  • ;What they have done so carefully is the impression of the veins, which would probably go against it being some form of amputation, because if a hand was amputated the veins would be empty, because obviously the blood drains out.These are very carefully crafted, and really quite beautiful.制作者非常用心地制作出血管的效果,因此这不太可能是截肢。如果手被切下来,血管一定会因失血而干瘪手上的这些细节都经过精心打造,十分精美。;I#39;m sure this is a human hand, but there are certain things that are slightly odd about it.The nails, the #39;spoon-shaped#39; nails, are really indicative of someone who potentially might have anaemia, for some reason; the fingers are really thin and spindly, and also there is this deformity of the little finger, which I think has probably been broken at some stage, at the end of it.;我敢肯定这是一只真人手的模型,不过其中有些奇怪的地方。比如指甲全部呈汤勺状凹陷,显示出它的主人曾患过贫血症。此外,手指细弱纤长,且小指略有变形,我想应该曾折断过。It#39;s small medical details like these that, after 1,700 years of oblivion, bring Wahab Ta#39;lab back to life.I find myself wondering how old he was.The veins on the back of the hand are very prominent.And, above all, wondering how he broke his little finger.Was it perhaps in battle? It doesn#39;t look as though it was in the fields-this doesn#39;t seem like the hand of a labourer.A fortune-teller of course would look at once for the lines on the palm of the hand, but the palm of this hand has been left unworked.There are lines, though, but they#39;re on the back, and they#39;re lines of text.They#39;re written in an ancient Yemeni language which is linked both to modern Hebrew and to Arabic, and the inscription tells us what this object was for, and where it was displayed:在被人遗忘了一千七百多年后,这些微小的医学细节又让瓦哈·塔拉布复活了。我发现自己在揣测他的年纪—他手背上的血管非常突出—而我最想了解的还是他的小指为何折断。是在战场上受的伤吗?我感觉不会是在田里一这不像是一个体力劳动者的手。算命师肯定首先想看看他的掌纹,但这只手的掌心一片空白。确实有些线条,不过雕在手背上,是古老的也门文字。古也门语与现代希伯来语和阿拉伯语都有关联。文字记录了铜手的制作目的及展示地点:;Son of Hisam, the Yursamite, subject of the Banu Sukhaym, has dedicated for his well-being this his right hand to their patron in his the god#39;s shrine dhu-Qabrat.;巴努·苏克因的子民,尤塞麦特族人希山姆之子献上自己的右 手给他们的保护神塔拉布·里阳,敬奉于萨法城杜卡布拉特神庙, 祈求福社。 Article/201507/386454。
  • All this week I#39;ve been looking at the ways in which, around 1,700 years ago, the great religions of the age created images that would bring the faithful closer to their gods, and how those religions became embedded in the great empires of the time.本周我一直带来大约1700年前伟大宗教所创造忠实接近他们的神的物品以及那些宗教如何被庞大帝国所依赖。We#39;ve had images of the Buddha, Hindu gods and Christ.最近几节,我们已看过了佛陀坐像,印度神祇以及基督。Today#39;s object is part of a human body but it doesn#39;t belong to a god; it#39;s a gift to a god, it#39;s a right hand, cast in bronze.本节中的物品是一只青铜右手,是献给神的供品,这几乎是用实物表达了为了某一目的,奉献我的右手之意。We all know the expressions...to give your right hand for something, to be sitting at someone#39;s right hand, or to be someone#39;s right-hand man.这只手的主人希望能将自己的手放进他所敬拜的神祇手中,以获得神的恩宠。Well, we can imagine the man whose hand this represented, wishing very much to be at the right hand of his particular god-he even bears the god#39;s name, Ta#39;lab.我们可以想象代表这只手的人们,他甚至与这位神拥有同样的名字—塔拉布。 Article/201507/385336。
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