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The most powerful atom smasher ever built could make some bizarre discoveries, such as new forces of nature or even extra dimensions of space, after it's switched on in August. The Large Hadron Collider, or LHC, basically consists of a ring of supercooled magnets 17 miles in circumference attached to huge barrel-shaped detectors. The ring which straddles the French and Swiss borders at the CERN center is buried 330 feet underground. But some have fears. Will it spawn a black hole that could swallow Earth or spit out particles that could turn the planet into a hot dead clump?LHC is only going to reproduce what nature does every second and has been doing for billions of years, and all those astronomical bodies including the Earth and the Sun. They are still here. So though there really is no problem, but okay, if people are concerned about it, we'll certainly discuss (it).The safety of the collider, which will generate energies 7 times higher than its most powerful rival at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory here in Chicago, has been debated for years.When you collide two particles, it nearly seems like colliding two mosquitoes. These will be incredibly small black holes with no more energy than a mosquito. Very likely these things are not going to be made at all. If they are made, then they’re surely going to decay.A lawsuit was filed against CERN and its US partners in a Hawaiian court on March 21st, but a ruling has yet to be made.I think obviously we have no concern at all. There is a huge community of scientists who know what they are talking about and are sleeping quite soundly concerning LHC. But nevertheless this creates problems in the general public where LHC is concerned and we have to answer to that.The machine, which has been called the largest scientific experiment in history, isn't expected to begin test rounds until August, and ramping up to full power could take months. CERN(欧洲核子研究中心)是世界上最大的粒子物理研究实验室.它成立于 1954 年,位于日内瓦的西北部,法国与瑞士边界的侏罗山脚下.这里有 6 台粒子加速器供科学家和研究人员使用,这些加速器位居世界最大科学仪器之列.基本粒子经这些装置加速后获得极高的能量,然后撞击在一起.通过粒子探测器记录的碰撞情况可以了解宇宙爆炸之后的物质实况.参考中文翻译:有史以来最有威力的核粒子加速器8月份开启以来,有一些奇异的发现,比如自然界新的力量甚至空间的多维性。这个巨大的粒子对撞机,或者简称LHC,基本构成是一个周长17英里的过冷的磁环,附着在一个巨大的桶形的探测器上。该磁环位于法国和瑞士边境上的CERN中心,埋于地面以下330尺。但是有人有一些担忧。会不会产生黑洞并将地球吞噬?会不会分裂出粒子,让地球走向毁灭?LHC只是重塑过去自然界做的并且几十亿年以来一直在做的,和所有的天体,包括地球和太阳。现在地球和太阳仍然存在于宇宙中。所以根本不会有任何问题。但是如果有人为这些担忧的话,我们在这里可以进行讨论。对撞机产生的能量是芝加哥的菲尔米国家加速器实验室最有威力的对手的7倍。所以,几年以来,对于对撞机的安全性一直存在争议。当你让两个粒子碰撞的时候,几乎看上去就像两只蚊子相撞。这个过程造成的黑洞小的不可思议,产生的能量不会超过一只蚊子。或者很可能根本就不会产生黑洞或者能量。即使产生了,也必定很快就消失了。有关部门3月21日在夏威夷法庭对CERN和美国的合作伙伴提起诉,但是尚未判决。我认为我们完全没必要担心。那里有大批科学家,他们知道他们在坦坤什么,关于LHC,他们安枕无忧。但是既然公众担忧可能会产生问题,我们就必须进行回答。该对撞机被称为有史以来最大的科学实验,可能一直到8月份才会进行测试,充分发挥能量则需要几个月的时间。200811/57472武汉睾丸外皮痒Madonna Celebrates 50th Birthday 麦当娜庆寿 Madonna, the best selling female artist in the world and a chart-topper for over 20 years, turns 50 today. Sky's Sara Merchant reports on a career as diverse and difficult to define as the icon herself. ("Got no boundaries and no limits...")The Madonna hitting the big 50 is just an excuse for a party. ("Give it to get the love, arrest me...")But even she is not planning to pause for a reflection, an icon reaching the half century milestone prompts much musing on how the queen of pop manages to cling onto her crown in an industry that rewards youth. "Every time she needs to reinvent herself, she manages to do it. From the sexy kind of symbolism that she brings to her clothing to this more sophisticated glamour now. I mean, I mean she is ever-changing. "The material girl has gone from lace to leotards, Marilyn to conical bras, and dominatrix to lady of the manor. I would like people to think of me as a revolutionary.("Like a Virgin,Hey,touch for the very first time..")As a mistress of reinvention she defies convention, ("Faster than the speeding light she's flying")and even her own expectations,I wanted to be a dancer and quite frankly had no idea that my life was going to turn out the way that it did. "The view then was: oh it's just another white girl singing soul, you know. I then said:" no, she has a bit more to this one." I fixed up to interview her, to first interview her, it was in England, first in the afternoon. No one else turned up." ("You must be my lucky star...")That same young singer went on to become a super star, ("Music makes the people come together...")She’s now sold 200 million records. ("Don't cry for me Argentina")Her film career has been inconsistent, but her taste for controversy hasn’t. Religion, sex, there are few taboos. And she defied international disapproval in 2006 by adopting a young boy from Malawi. ("Tick up, tick up, break that…")Fortunately for Madge, the high priests of Kabbalah have calculated her spiritual age and may make her just 36. But for those who count in human years, the clock is definitely ticking. And yet Madonna's greatest skill is making sure nothing she does ever gets old. Sara Merchant, Sky News. leotard: n. A leotard is a tight-fitting piece of clothing, covering the body but not the legs, that some people wear when they practise dancing or do exercise.dominatrix: n. A female dominator or ruler.参考中文翻译:世界最卖座女明星,20年来都位于音乐榜首的麦当娜今天迎来50岁生日。来自Sky的SaraMerchant报道说她的演艺之路多样化而且充满艰辛。“没有界限,没有限制……”麦当娜的50岁大寿只是开派对的一个接口而已。即使她不计划停下来反思,这昭示这她已经走过了生命的半个世纪的里程碑也使人们好奇,在这个吃青春饭的行业里,这位流行音乐天后怎样一直保持了天后的的。“每次她需要彻底改造自己的形象,她都成功的做到了。从她的性感的着装路线到现在的成熟世故的魅力。我的意思是,她是千变万化的。”物质型的女孩的衣从蕾丝到紧身短装,从“玛丽莲”到圆锥体型的胸罩,从控制型的女人到庄园女主人。我希望人们把我当做一个革命者。“就像一个处女,第一次接触……”甚至就连她自己也期待,“我想做舞蹈演员,非常坦白的说,我不知道我的生活会是现在这个样子。”“他们的观点是:她是又一个歌唱自己的灵魂的女孩。我说,不,她不仅仅如此。我安排了在英国对她的一个采访,第一次是在下午。没有其他人。”(“你一定非常幸运……”)同是那一个年轻的歌唱者现在变成了超级巨星。“音乐把大家聚在了一起……”“她现在已经出售了2亿多张唱片”(“阿根廷不要为我哭泣”)她的电影演艺生涯并不一致,但是她对争议的口味一直没有变化。宗教,性,当然有一些禁忌。2006年的时候她不顾国际舆论的反对,收养了马拉威的一个小男孩。“但是时间一点一点的过去,永不停止……”“对马奇来说幸运的是,Kabbalah的神父帮她计算了精神年龄,说她只有36岁。但是对于一个普通人来说,她的年龄确实已经比较大了。”但是,麦当娜最大的本领就是确保她做的一切都不会变老。单词注解:leotard:紧身的,通常无腿的衣,通常人们跳舞或者运动时穿着。dominatrix:女性统治者。200811/56938武汉哪家医院看男科病好据美国媒体报道,美国前民主党总统候选人约翰·爱德华兹5月3日表示,目前调查人员正在就他的竞选资金出进行调查。而这一调查很可能会将他的婚外情事件曝光度升级,搬上法庭。 Well, there is more bad news, if you can believe it, from former democratic presidential candidate John Edwards with his political career virtually not existing at this point, his marriage and personal life clearly in turmoil. The former North Carolina Senator made headlines yesterday when he admitted that he is now cooperating with federal investigators that are looking into how he's spent his campaign funds. They are looking into why this woman Rielle hunter was paid more than 100,000 dollars from his political election committee. Hunter was a producer; she worked through the campaign for Edwards and admitted later to having an affair with John Edwards. Now investigators are looking into whether or not money that was shuttled to her was actually harsh money for her to keep quite about the affair or whether there was legitimate compensation to back up the work that she did for the campaign. So what is the case against Edwards and what will the political fallout be? If he is guilty, not to mention the fact that he could actually go to prison for these charges. Let’s bring in today's panel Chris Stirewalt, the political editor for the Washington Examiner. She's got the political side of this story for us and Janet, Janet Pennisi is a trial attorney chief. Janet ,you made some excellent points a moment ago. You know, we are looking at how, how good a case is this appears to be? You have services, that were paid for and you have the question whether or not there are appropriate amounts for what she did, right?That's correct, the question is whether or not the campaign funds that went to Rielle Hunter were appropriate payments for the context that what she was giving, was is good or accurate fair payment for the services she provided to the campaign. If she provided services that would worth 100,000 dollars then, you know, the case is over. You know, it does make a difference that he had affair with her. You can cheat on your wife.Well, he is looking at civil and criminal penalty, that's why the will from the survey is important. It also depended upon how much money was used for personal purposes. If it goes into a higher number then it could go to three years. I mean it can go to civil penalties that margin how much money was in the pretax column.Pretty incredible situation, when you look at this man talk about, Chris Stirewalt,talk about fall from grace. I mean John Edwards ran twice for presidential office as vice presidential candidate. We are now looking at a man who was a former senator from North Carolina who literally, things have just crumbled around him.背景资料:爱德华兹为北卡罗来纳州民主党参议员,曾两次参与总统竞选的角逐,去年8月承认自己与42岁的制片人赖莉·亨特有婚外情,今年3月他向患有癌症的妻子承认有私生女。据报道称,爱德华兹的竞选团队曾向亨特的公司付了10万美元的视频制作费。爱德华兹发表声明称:“我自认我的竞选资金没有用于其他不当用途。但我知道政府有责任确保竞选资金用途的合理合法,所以我已经向政府提供相关的人和信息以方便其迅速地解决问题。”据悉,一些由爱德华兹筹措资金的组织也在受调查的范围之内,其中包括两个非营利组织,和他母校的一个贫困捐助中心。05/69115This month, the British oil company BP issued a controversial report on the cause of the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico four months ago.9月8号,BP英国石油公司就4个月前墨西哥湾漏油事故原因,发表了一份引起争议的报告。Regardless of who was at fault, the release of an estimated four million barrels of oil had a major environmental impact. But there has been relatively little scientific study of the long-term human health effect of this kind of event.不论错在何方,这次估计高达400万桶的原油泄漏,已经对环境造成了巨大的影响。但是,针对这次事故对人类健康的长远影响,这方面的的科学研究还很少。In a world dependent on petroleum fuels, oil spills seem inevitable. However, Gina Solomon of the University of California San Francisco Medical School says the medical consequences don't get sufficient attention from scientists.在这个依赖石油燃料的世界上,漏油事故在所难免。但是加州大学旧金山分校的吉娜·所罗门指出,科学家们没有对这类事件对人类健康的影响,给予足够的关注。"Of the 35 or so major oil spills that have occurred in recent decades," says Solomon, "there's only some health study from eight of those spills, and most of those are just contemporaneous study." 她说:“最近几十年来发生的过大约35次重大的漏油事故,科学家们只在8次事故发生后做过一些对人类健康影响的研究,而且大部分都只是应时性的研究。”Meaning there was no long-term study of the health effects.换句话说,就是没有做过对人类健康影响的长期研究。201009/114695武汉睾丸疼尿分叉尿频

武汉市华夏男科医院割包皮多少钱武汉江夏区治疗包皮包茎哪家医院最好Europe is suffering from its worst ever real-estate market. And one country that seems to be pushing back hard at its government is Spain. More than two months after Spain's so-called "indignados" began occupying city squares to protest high unemployment and perceived government corruption, they have turned to a new target: Spanish banks. Protesters say Spain's banking laws - some of the strictest in the world - leave mortgage borrowers with too much debt.欧洲正经历有史以来最糟糕的房地产市场。而西班牙看来是政府受到民众施压的国家。两个多月前,西班牙民众开始进行所谓的“愤怒者”游行运动,抗议高失业率和政府腐败,而现在这场运动已转向新的目标:西班牙。抗议者说,世界最严格的法之一--西班牙的法,导致抵押贷款借款人债务过重。The Spanish protesters who first took over Madrid's central square in May are back again, this time with a new target: Spain's banking laws, which are some of the strictest in Europe, particularly when it comes to mortgages. 5月份在西班牙首都马德里市中心广场举行集会的抗议者又回来了,这一次他们有了新的目标:西班牙法,这是欧洲最严格的法之一,尤其是在抵押贷款方面。In Spain, if the bank forecloses on your home, you are still liable for your mortgage debt. That means people who have lost their homes are saddled with mountains of debt as well. 在西班牙,如果没收你的住房,你仍然要承担抵押贷款债务。这意味着,失去住房的人还是背负堆积如山的债务。It is a predicament that has happened to more than 300,000 Spaniards since the housing bubble burst in 2008. And it is something protesters like Susana Garcia do not like. 自2008年房地产泡沫破裂以来,西班牙有30多万人陷入这种困境。像苏珊纳·加西亚这样的抗议者对此非常不满。"This is a big, big shame. Because people have no houses, and big debt for the rest of their lives," said Garcia. "It's like a crime. It's state terrorism." 苏珊纳说:“这真是很大、很大的耻辱。因为人们失去了住房,而他们的余生还要背负大量的债务。这就像一种罪行--是国家恐怖主义。”Garcia and other protesters find out where the next housing eviction will be, and go to the house. Often they form a human chain around the property, blocking bank officials from entering and serving foreclosure papers. 苏珊纳·加西亚和其他抗议者先找出下一个将被驱逐出房屋的借款人,然后聚集到他的房子那里。通常他们围绕这所房子形成人链,阻止官员进入房屋办理止赎手续。201107/146305Ever sent a racy text to the wrong person? Twenty percent of Britons have managed to send racy texts to the wrong person, and nearly one in 10 has been caught red-handed "sexting," according to a poll on Tuesday.Under-25s are the most careless, with 43 percent admitting to sending fruity texts to the wrong contact. Men and women were equally guilty."Text and picture messaging has now become so second nature that people are less cautious, leading to messages frequently going astray," said Keir McConomy, Managing Director of SellMyMobile.com which commissioned the survey."A key aspect of text messaging is that it allows a more detached method of communication. This was part of its initial popularity and a likely explanation for the large number of people willing to send out explicit content."The survey of 1,097 mobile phone users also revealed that one in five respondents fail to wipe their phones of personal content such as contacts, messages and pictures before selling, giving away or recycling their mobiles.Vocabulary:racy: having a style that is exciting and amusing, sometimes in a way that is connected with sex (风格活泼的;不雅的)be caught red-handed: 被逮个正着fruity: 粗俗的,色情的second nature: something that you do very easily and naturally, because it is part of your character or you have done it so many times(第二天性;习性)go astray: to go in the wrong direction or to have the wrong result(走错方向;误入歧途)背单词 — 装英语词汇201007/109069武汉华夏男科医院是公家的还是私人的武汉睾丸上有白点

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