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龙岩去那家医院检查胎停龙岩优生优育检查去哪好福州博爱中医院通水怎么样 The broadening of the criminal inquiry in Germany into the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal to include Hans Dieter P#246;tsch, chairman of its supervisory board, shows how badly VW lost its way.德国扩大了针对大众汽车(Volkswagen)柴油尾气排放丑闻的刑事调查,该公司监事会主席汉斯.迪亚特.波什(Hans Dieter P#246;tsch)成为调查对象,这表明大众汽车多么地误入歧途。The scandal is still shaking the company: its use of software on up to 11m cars to help them pass emissions tests has carried a heavy price, making VW set aside EURO18.2bn. It has also disillusioned the industry, ending Europe’s hope of “clean diesel” becoming an enduring alternative to petrol.这桩丑闻仍在撼动该公司:大众在其1100万辆柴油发动机汽车上安装作弊软件帮助这些汽车通过尾气排放检测,这一做法的代价是惨重的,迫使大众为此拨备182亿欧元。大众还让汽车行业的幻想破灭,终结了欧洲让“清洁柴油”成为一种长久取代汽油的选择的希望。The lasting significance of the VW scandal will be to bring forward a shift in engine technology and alter the balance of power among the world’s biggest vehicle markets: the US, Europe and Asia. The lesson for carmakers is: go electric and go to China.大众尾气丑闻的持久影响将促使发动机技术发生转变,并改变全球最大汽车市场(美国、欧洲和亚洲)的实力平衡。汽车制造商得到的教训是:生产电动汽车,到中国去。Fuel-efficient diesel, with exhaust filters to limit emissions of nitrogen oxide particles, was supposed both to curb greenhouse gases and limit pollution. In practice, Europe tried to ignore an inconvenient truth about the latter: the UK government was last week instructed by a court to cut diesel fumes in cities faster than it had planned.节能柴油配有限制一氧化氮微粒排放的排气过滤器,本应减少温室气体和污染物的排放。实际上,欧洲试图忽视有关后者的一个让人不敢面对的事实:一家法庭上周敦促英国政府以比原计划更快的速度减少城市的柴油废气。No one could fail to notice such fumes in China. About one-third of the pollution that clogs the skies in cities such as Beijing and Chongqing comes from internal combustion engines as their citizens turn to driving. By the mid 2020s, Chinese consumers could be buying 40m cars a year, twice the number likely to be bought by Americans.任何人都无法不关注中国的汽车废气。随着居民纷纷开车上路,笼罩在北京和重庆等城市上空的约三分之一的污染来自内燃机。到2025年左右,中国消费者每年的汽车购买量可能会达到4000万辆,是美国人的两倍。It is a problem but also an opportunity. China is aly doing what countries such as the UK are being forced to consider: it is banning heavily polluting cars from cities by auctioning the right to own vehicle number plates while allowing “new energy vehicles” such as electric cars and plug-in electric hybrids an open road.这是个问题,但也是个机遇。中国已在采取英国等国被迫思考的措施:中国正通过拍卖汽车号牌所有权,禁止重污染汽车在城市行驶,同时允许电动汽车和插电式混合动力汽车等“新能源汽车”无限制上路。As a result, although the global electric car market is still tiny, it is most advanced in China, where 330,000 new energy vehicles were sold last year. Many of them are bought by local governments and state-owned enterprises for use as delivery vans, or in local ride-sharing schemes, thus giving China’s green carmakers a kick start.因此,尽管全球电动汽车市场的规模很小,但在中国发展的最快,去年中国销售的新能源汽车有33万辆。其中很多由地方政府和国有企业购买,用作箱式送货车或用于地方拼车计划,这让中国的环保汽车制造商得以起步。These vehicles are not Teslas: many are quite basic. But they are handing China first-mover advantage in the regulation, technology and manufacturing of electric cars. While Europe’s car-makers and suppliers that specialised in diesel must now rethink, Chinese companies such as BYD and Anhui Jianghuai (JAC) occupy a sweet spot.这些汽车不是特斯拉(Tesla):很多都非常初级。但它们在电动汽车的监管、技术和生产方面赋予了中国先行优势。比亚迪(BYD)和安徽江淮汽车(JAC)等中国企业已占据了有利位置,而专门生产柴油汽车的欧洲汽车制造商和供应商现在必须反思。Diesel was under threat before the VW scandal: the tightening of European emissions standards will make it much more expensive for carmakers to offer diesel cars, levelling the price gap with electric vehicles. AlixPartners, the consultancy, expects diesel cars to account for only 9 per cent of European sales by 2030, compared with 56 per cent five years ago.在大众汽车丑闻之前,柴油汽车面临危险:欧洲排放标准的收紧将大大提高汽车制造商生产柴油汽车的成本,这将拉平与电动汽车的价格差距。咨询公司艾睿铂(AlixPartners)预计,到2030年,柴油汽车将仅占到欧洲汽车销量的9%,5年前为56%。The limited range of electric cars, and lack of convenient recharging stations, has until now put off most buyers. Plug-in hybrids, such as the Chevrolet Volt and BMW 330e, make up for that by having two engines — one combustion and one electric. But this requires a lot of costly components from sophisticated European and US suppliers, such as Robert Bosch and Delphi.到目前为止,电动汽车车型有限以及缺乏便利的充电设施让多数购买者望而却步。为了弥补这点,插电式混合动力汽车(例如雪佛兰伏特(Chevrolet Volt) 和宝马(BMW)的330e)配备了两个引擎(一个是内燃机,一个是电动发动机)。但这需要很多昂贵的来自欧美高级供应商的零配件,例如罗伯特.世(Robert Bosch)和德尔福(Delphi)。Pure electric vehicles are simpler and do not need the same array of components. Battery advances mean that they should be able to drive up to 600km on one charge by 2020, the range VW promises for its proposed ID car. They would then be more appealing.纯电动汽车更为简单,不需要同样多的零配件。电池技术的进步意味着到2020年,电动汽车一次充电可行驶最高600公里,这是大众汽车为其ID电动概念车承诺的目标。到那时,电动汽车就更具吸引力了。This provides the opportunity for China to leapfrog US and western technology in the same way that some developing countries adopted mobile smartphones before fixed networks were built. The Chinese government knows it: the five-year plan unveiled in April heavily endorses green technology.这为中国超越美国和西方技术提供了机会,就像一些发展中国家在固话网络建成前跳跃到移动智能手机一样。中国政府明白这点:4月公布的5年规划大力持环保技术。China has an industrial stake in electric vehicles. While international carmakers tend to buy batteries produced by Japanese and South Korean companies, Chinese companies use Chinese suppliers including BYD and Amperex Technology. China’s lack of top-tier suppliers for combustion engines components matters less in electric.电动汽车对于中国工业有着重要意义。国际汽车制造商往往会购买由日本和韩国公司生产的电池,中国企业则使用包括比亚迪和新能源科技(Amperex Technology)在内的中国供应商的产品。中国在内燃机零配件方面没有一线供应商,但这在电动汽车领域不那么重要。The VW scandal does not eliminate every advantage of European manufacturers and suppliers. A simple form of hybrid engine involving more powerful electronics is one alternative to diesel: UBS, the investment bank, estimates that 48-volt mild hybrid technology will be a EURO4bn market by 2020.大众汽车尾气排放丑闻没有完全消除欧洲制造商和供应商的优势。使用更强大电路的简单形式的混合动力发动机是一种取代柴油的选择:投行瑞银(UBS)估计,到2020年,48伏微混电动技术市场的规模将达到40亿欧元。Nor will China’s carmakers have it all their own way at home. About 95 per cent of electric cars sold in China last year were made by Chinese companies, according to Automotive Foresight Shanghai, a consultancy. As carmakers such as VW and Nissan focus more heavily on China, that is bound to fall. VW is planning an electric vehicle joint venture with JAC. 中国汽车制造商将无法在国内自得其乐。上海咨询公司Automotive Foresight称,去年,在中国销售的电动汽车中,大约95%由中国企业生产。随着大众和日产(Nissan)等汽车制造商加大对中国的关注,这个数字肯定会下滑。大众汽车正计划与江淮汽车组建一家电动汽车合资公司。But China has plenty of levers to pull. Just as Europe’s dominance in diesel emerged from tight regulation of carbon emissions, China can lead the global electric vehicle market through force majeure. Its city-based experiments with electric transport have been a mixed bag but it will keep trying.然而,中国有很多筹码。正如欧洲在柴油领域的主导地位来自于对碳排放的严格监管,中国可以通过强制引领全球电动汽车市场。中国以城市为基础的电动汽车交通尝试一直好坏参半,但中国将继续努力。The danger for VW and other Europeans is of becoming stuck in the past, over-invested in diesel when the future is electric. Mr P#246;tsch’s earlier behaviour is not really the difficulty.大众汽车和其他欧洲汽车厂商的危险在于,在未来方向是电动汽车之际,它们沉迷于过去,在柴油领域投资过度。大众汽车监事会主席波什之前的行为实际上并非难题。 /201611/478061连江县哪家医院孕前检查

南平市第一医院治输卵管堵塞好不好费用多少American men still don't pull their weight when it comes to housework and child care, but collectively they're not the slackers they used to be. The average dad has gradually been getting better about picking himself up off the sofa and pitching in, according to a new report in which a psychologist suggests the payoff for doing more chores could be more sex.The report, released Thursday by the Council on Contemporary Families, summarizes several recent studies on family dynamics. One found that men's contribution to housework had doubled over the past four decades; another found they tripled the time spent on child care over that span."More couples are sharing family tasks than ever before, and the movement toward sharing has been especially significant for full-time dual-earner couples," the report says. "Men and women may not be fully equal yet, but the rules of the game have been profoundly and irreversibly changed."Some couples have forged partnerships they consider fully equitable."We'll both talk about how we're so lucky to have someone who does more than their share," said Mary Melchoir, a fundraiser for the National Organization for Women, who — like her lawyer husband — works full-time while raising 6-year-old triplets."He's the one who makes breakfast and folds the laundry," said Melchoir, 47. "I'm the one who fixes things around the house."Joshua Coleman, a psychologist from San Francisco and author of "The Lazy Husband: How to Get Men to Do More Parenting and Housework," said equitable sharing of housework can lead to a happier marriage and more frequent sex."If a guy does housework, it looks to the woman like he really cares about her — he's not treating her like a servant," said Coleman. "And if a woman feels stressed out because the house is a mess and the guy's sitting on the couch while she's vacuuming, that's not going to put her in the mood."In the U.S., time-use diary studies show that since the '60s, men's contribution to housework doubled from about 15 percent to more than 30 percent of the total. Over the same period, the average working mother reduced her weekly housework load by two hours.Between 1965 and 2003, men tripled the amount of time they spent on child care. During the same period, women also increased the time spent with their children, suggesting mutual interest in a more hands-on approach to child-raising. 如今,美国男性在做家务和照看孩子方面仍然不够尽职尽责。但总的来说,他们不再像过去那么爱偷懒了。一项最新报告显示,普通男性在分担家务方面的主动性逐渐提高。一位心理学家在报告中提到,男性多做家务能得到更多“性福”。现代家庭学会于本周四公布了这项报告。该报告总结了几项有关家庭动态的最新研究。其中一项研究发现,在过去四十年中,男性所做的家务量增加了一倍;另一项研究表明,男性照看孩子的时间在这一时期内增加了两倍。报告指出:“与以前相比,如今有更多的夫妇共同分担家务,而且这一趋势在双职工家庭中尤为明显。可能男性和女性之间仍然没有达到完全的平等,但游戏规则已彻底改变。”而有些夫妇之间则形成了他们所认为的一种“完全平等”关系。全国妇女组织的资金筹集人玛丽#8226;梅尔考尔和她的丈夫都是全职律师,他们同时还要抚养六岁的三胞胎。玛丽说:“我们都会感慨自己很幸运,因为我们都尽量多分担一些家务。”47岁的梅尔考尔说:“他负责做早餐和叠衣。我负责收拾房间。”来自旧金山的心理学家、《懒丈夫:如何提高男人做家务和看孩子的积极性》一书的作者约瑟华#8226;科尔曼说,两人平等分担家务有利于婚姻幸福,并能让男性得到更多“性福”。科尔曼说:“如果丈夫做家务,会让妻子觉得对方真的在乎她——没把她当成佣人。如果妻子看到房间里乱糟糟而感到紧张,但她在打扫房间时,丈夫却若无其事地坐在沙发上,这会影响她的情绪。”美国的“时间使用日记”调查显示,从上世纪60年代至今,男性所分担的家务活比例翻了一番,从约15%增长至30%多。而在这一时期内,普通职业妈妈每周料理家务的时间则减少了两小时。从1965年至2003年,男性照看孩子的时间增加了两倍。女性照看孩子的时间在这一时期内也有所增加,这说明父母双方都越来越注重“亲自育儿”。 /200803/30007福州输卵管结扎医院排名 福州那家医院修复结扎

宁德激素六项检查的医院Your next car might drive itself. 你的下一辆汽车或许会是自动驾驶汽车。The technology is essentially here, Barack Obama told Wired magazine this month. 巴拉克.奥巴马(Barack Obama)本月向《连线》(Wired)杂志表示:这项技术已经基本成熟。Robin Chase, the transportation entrepreneur who co-founded Zipcar, reckons driverless cars are three-and-a-quarter years away. 交通运输企业家、Zipcar的联合创始人罗宾.蔡斯(Robin Chase)认为,无人驾驶汽车再有三年零三个月就会来临。Yet we have barely begun to think about how they will revolutionise our lives, revamp our cities — and destroy tens of millions of jobs.然而,我们几乎还没有开始考虑它们将如何革命性地改变我们的生活、我们的城市,以及摧毁数千万就业岗位。After years of trials on city streets, driverless vehicles are now nearing the live phase. 在城市街道上试运行多年之后,无人驾驶汽车现在已快要进入实际应用阶段。Last month, a driverless bus began carrying passengers through Lyon, France. 上月,法国里昂开始使用无人驾驶公交车运送乘客。Most in the automobile industry think self-driving vehicles will be on the road by 2020 or before, says Richard Holman, head of foresight and trends at General Motors.通用汽车(General Motors)的预见和趋势主管理查德.霍尔曼(Richard Holman)表示,大部分汽车业内人士认为无人驾驶汽车将在2020年乃至更早的某个时间上路。Driverless cars will initially coexist with human-driven cars. 无人驾驶汽车最初会与人类驾驶的汽车共存。But the first places where they will become dominant are dense urban areas — precisely the spots most damaged by the automobile age. 但无人驾驶汽车首先会在人口密集的城市地区占据主导地位——正是那些遭受汽车时代打击最为严重的地区。This is a chance to have a do-over for cities, Chase told this month’s Autonomy conference in Paris. 在本月于巴黎召开的Autonomy大会上,蔡斯表示,这是城市从头来过的机会。Many advanced cities are aly reducing the role of cars. 许多发达城市已经削减了汽车的角色。Driverless cars will hasten that process.无人驾驶汽车将会加速这一过程。Cities don’t want everyone to own their own driverless car. 城市不希望所有人都拥有自己的无人驾驶汽车。That would prolong congestion, and isn’t necessary anyway. 那将会加剧拥堵,而且也没有必要。A driverless car is the perfect cheap taxi — it can drop you at work, and then go off to collect somebody else. 无人驾驶汽车是完美的廉价出租车,它可以把你送到公司,然后再去接其他人。If you still insist on driving your own car, cities will probably charge you for the privilege: motoring will become a luxury, like owning and flying your own plane. 如果你仍坚持开你自己的车,城市很可能会为这项特权向你收费:开车将成为一种奢侈,就像拥有和驾驶自己的飞机一样。Driverless cars could allow cities to cut vehicle numbers by about 90 per cent while transporting the same number of people. 无人驾驶汽车可以让城市得以将汽车数量削减90%左右,同时运输的人数不变。They will bring us enormous benefits:无人驾驶汽车将带给我们极大的益处:. Driverless cars will reduce accidents by around 90 per cent, predicts Pascal Demurger, director-general of French insurer MAIF. . 法国保险公司MAIF总经理帕斯卡尔.德米尔热(Pascal Demurger)预计,无人驾驶汽车将让事故量下降90%左右。That’s big — the annual death toll on the world’s roads is about 1.2 million a year, or double the toll from armed conflict and homicides combined.这非常了不起——全球每年有约120万人死于交通事故,两倍于死于武装冲突和凶杀的人数之和。. Pollution and carbon emissions will drop, because urban driverless cars will be electric.. 污染和碳排放将会下降,因为城市无人驾驶汽车将是电动的。. The old, the disabled and teenagers will suddenly gain mobility.. 老年人、行动不便者和青少年将一下子能够方便地出行了。. People will save fortunes by ditching their cars. . 抛弃汽车将让人们省下一笔钱。The average cost of owning a car in Europe is about EURO6,000 a year, says Chase. 蔡斯表示,在欧洲,拥有一辆汽车的平均成本是每年6000欧元左右。If you think personal cars will survive as status symbols, remember that horses were once status symbols.如果你认为私家车将作为地位的象征继续存在,那么别忘记,马也曾经是地位的象征。. Driverless cars will hardly ever need to park, and certainly not in city centres. . 无人驾驶汽车几乎从来不需要停放,而且肯定不需要在市中心停放。Cities can therefore convert parking spaces — where many cars now sit for the vast majority of their lives — into bike lanes or parks.因此,城市可以将停车场——现在许多汽车在大部分使用期限里都是呆在停车场里——改造为自行车道或公园。. Congestion will diminish, as driverless cars can drive in dense packs, won’t get lost and won’t have to circle around looking for parking.. 交通拥堵将减少,因为无人驾驶汽车可以更密集地行驶,不会迷路,也不用转着圈寻找停车位。. Police will no longer pull over black drivers — or indeed any drivers.. 警方不会再让黑人司机靠边停车,实际上他们不会再让任何司机靠边停车。. Once driverless cars sp beyond urban centres, the tedium of commutes will go. . 一旦无人驾驶汽车推广至城市中心以外,通勤将不再乏味。You can use your car for eating, working, sleeping, kissing, Carlo Ratti, head of MIT’s Senseable City Lab, told the Autonomy conference.麻省理工学院智慧城市实验室(MIT Senseable City Lab)负责人卡洛.拉蒂(Carlo Ratti)表示:你可以在车上吃饭、工作、睡觉和接吻。On the other hand, driverless cars will bring catastrophe. 另一方面,无人驾驶汽车将会带来灾难。The best thing about the automobile age was that it employed tens of millions of people to make, market, insure and drive vehicles. 汽车时代最大的好处是,它为数千万人提供了汽车制造、营销、保险和驾驶方面的就业机会。Over the next 20 years, the mostly low-skilled men who now drive trucks, taxis and buses will see their jobs decimated. 在未来20年,现在开卡车、出租车和公交车的那些人(大部分为低技能劳动者)将失去饭碗。Instead of taxi drivers setting Uber cars on fire, we could see taxi and Uber drivers get together to set driverless cars on fire. 我们可能会看到出租车和优步(Uber)司机们联合起来放火焚烧无人驾驶汽车,而不是出租车司机烧优步汽车。If you thought Donald Trump was bad, wait for the next wave of male losers from modernity.如果你认为唐纳德.特朗普(Donald Trump)很糟糕,那么等着看下一波现代化浪潮带来的男性输家吧。Or think of insurers, many of whom now get about half their revenues from automobile insurance. 或者想想保险公司吧,许多保险公司现在一半收入来自汽车保险业务。Warren Buffett, whose company Berkshire Hathaway owns the auto insurers Geico, says that anything that sharply reduces traffic accidents would be wonderful. 沃伦.巴菲特(Warren Buffett)表示,任何大幅降低交通事故的事情都将是极好的。But we would not be holding a party at our insurance company. 但我们不会在我们的保险公司开派对来庆祝。Demurger muses, We could almost become an insurer without insurance. 德米尔热沉吟道,我们可能几乎会成为没有保险的保险公司。Governments and cities, too, will lose revenues from parking, speeding fines and petrol taxes.政府和城市也将失去停车、超速罚款和汽油税的收入。Carmakers are especially scared. 汽车制造商尤其感到惊恐。The few cars of the future might be made by tech companies such as Apple, Baidu and Google. 未来的少数几种汽车可能由苹果(Apple)、百度(Baidu)和谷歌(Google)等科技公司制造。Imagine the impact on Germany, where the automotive sector is the largest industry.想想对德国的影响吧——汽车业是德国规模最大的行业。There may be a clash ahead between mostly European car companies and American tech companies. 汽车公司(大多为欧洲公司)和美国科技公司将来可能发生冲突。The carmakers want people to keep buying and driving their own cars, albeit with new technological aids. 汽车制造商希望人们继续购买和驾驶自己的汽车(虽然是在新技术的辅助下)。By contrast, the tech companies will lobby governments to favour driverless cars.相反,科技公司将会游说政府偏向无人驾驶汽车。Dramatic change is coming, but governments have barely begun thinking about it. 巨大的变化即将来临,但各国政府几乎还没有开始考虑这些事情。Obama is a rare politician even to have mentioned self-driving cars. 奥巴马曾提及自动驾驶汽车,这在政客当中已经是比较罕见的了。Only 6 per cent of the biggest US cities have factored them into their long-term planning. 在美国最大的城市当中,只有6%的城市将自动驾驶汽车考虑到了长期规划中。Driverless cars could arrive by 2020, but most mayors and transport ministers are preoccupied with next week.到2020年,无人驾驶汽车就可能上路,但大多数市长和交通部长满脑子想的还是下周的事情。A decade ago hardly anyone saw the smartphone coming. 十年前,几乎没有人预见到智能手机的来临。It has brought an epidemic of mass addiction. 如今,智能手机瘾大规模流行。Let’s hope we do a better job of handling the driverless car.希望我们在应对无人驾驶汽车方面做得更好一些吧。 /201611/475323 福州市检查宫腔镜哪个医院好福州输卵管切除三甲医院

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