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Spains economy西班牙经济The worst may be over最糟的情况即将结束Mariano Rajoy predicts economic joy, but Spain still has a long way to go马里亚诺·拉霍伊预测经济形势可喜,但是西班牙仍然任重道远。THE Prado museum, lined with works by Goya, Velázquez and El Greco, is a sanctuary of peace in busy centralMadrid. When the museum advertised for eleven gallery attendants recently, it also seemed the perfect refuge fromSpains job-starved economy: 18,700 people applied.陈列着戈雅,委拉兹开斯,格列柯等人作品的普拉多物馆无疑是喧闹的马德里市中心最宁静的天堂。尤其是当18700人申请它登出的11个画廊务员招聘广告时,在导致西班牙大面积失业的经济危机中它似乎也成为了完美的避难所。 AsSpaintimidly emerges from a double-dip recession that has ripped 7% out of GDP over five years, job-seekers remain desperate. Unemployment is stuck at 26% and emigration is picking up. So will the recovery create jobs and sendSpaininto a virtuous cycle of increased domestic consumption, a higher tax take, healthy public finances and more jobs?由于在过去5年的双底衰退中“胆怯”的西班牙国内生产总值已经降低了7%,求职者们仍然显得非常绝望。失业率达到了26%,而且移民的人数也在持续增长。所以经济复苏是否会带来更多工作并且将西班牙送入一个良性循环?——持续增长的国内消费,更高的税收,公共医疗资金和更多的工作岗位。Presenting next years budget on September 30th, Cristobal Montoro, the budget minister, did not offer rapid relief. Projected growth of 0.7% next year falls short of the governments own estimates for job creation. And with a planned deficit of 5.8% of GDP adding to an aly worrying debt pile, stimulus spending is impossible.9月30日在报告第二年财政预算时,预算部长克里斯托 瓦尔蒙托罗并没有送出让人迅速解脱的消息。预期的0.7%的增长将会低于政府自身对明年增加就业机会的估计。而且随着一个有计划的占GDP5.8%的财政赤字增添到一堆已经很让人担忧的债务上,刺激消费已经是不可能的了。Civil-service pay is being frozen for a fourth year in a row and pensions will not keep up with inflation, yet the public debt will still reach almost 100% of GDP. Spanish companies and households are busy trying to pay off their own debts. After taking a 41 billion (.6 billion) bail-out last year,Spains banks find it safer to lend to the government than to business.公务员薪金已经连续第四年被冻结而且养老金即将跟不上通货膨胀的势头,但是国债仍然将接近国内生产总值的100%。西班牙企业家和民众都忙着还清他们自己的债务。在去年得到了410亿欧元(556亿美元)的经济援助之后,西班牙的发现借钱给政府比借钱给商人更安全。Even so,Spains story is now one of hope. Mariano Rajoy, the prime minister, says the third quarter will show a return to growth. Deep in the real economy, exciting things are happening. Car plants are humming, taking work from less competitive factories inEurope. Retail sales figures are improving elsewhere. Even consumer credit has crept up in recent months. Recession inflicted a brutal cull on businesses, but those still standing are more efficient and productive than ever. Exports, spurred bySpains new competitiveness, should grow more than 5% both this year and next, doubling their pre-recession weight in the economy. With exports booming, the current account has swung into surplus.即使是这样,西班牙的形势现在仍然是存在希望的。首相拉霍伊表示第三季度将会呈现出恢复增长的态势。深入到现实经济中,一些令人激动的事正在发生。汽车工厂都是非常活跃的,并且正从欧洲那些缺少竞争力的工厂手中争得业务。在其它方面零售数据也正在改善。甚至是贷款消费在最近几个月也在缓慢增长。经济衰退对企业进行了一次残酷的淘汰,但是那些依然坚挺的企业比以往任何时候都更有效率和创造力。由于西班牙新的竞争环境的鞭策,它的出口业在今明两年会得到超过5%的增长——这是经济衰退前的两倍数值。随着出口业的蓬勃发展,往来账户已经开始变得有盈余。Recovery in the European Union,Spains main export market, will help further. The stockmarket is soaring, with the Ibex-35 indicator gaining 11% in September. After a bruising 21 months in office, Mr Rajoy predicts economic happiness next year. His Popular Party (PP) has even seen a bounce in opinion polls.同时随着西班牙主要出口市场——欧盟的经济好转,将进一步地帮助西班牙经济复苏。股市也在疯涨,9月Ibex-35指数上涨了11%。在办公室中度过了21个月“难熬”的日子之后,拉霍伊预测明年经济将大为好转。民意调查显示他的人民党持率甚至出现反弹。But Javier Díaz-Giménez, of the IESE business school, warns that the recovery is anaemic, fragile and unlikely to create jobs. Average GDP growth of 1%, he points out, would not seeSpainreturn to pre-recession levels until 2021. The IMF sees 25% unemployment through to 2018.但是IESE商学院的哈维尔·迪亚斯—希门尼斯警告说这种复苏是无力的和脆弱的并且不太可能去创造更多工作。他指出平均国内生产总值只增长了1%,不太可能在2021年之前看到西班牙经济恢复到经济衰退前的水平。国际货币基金组织(IMF)认为25%的失业率将持续到2018年。The danger, warns Angel Laborda of the Funcas think-tank, is relaxation. Aly he worries that this years 6.5% deficit target will be missed. Overall fiscal pressure is relatively low for a country that wants a sophisticated welfare system. Structural reforms are still needed, he says, butSpainenters a two-year period of elections in 2014, sapping political courage. Overconfidence threatens to slow the fall in house prices, making it even harder to sell the 700,000 new homes left by the housing bubble that pitchedSpaininto recession. Fitch, a ratings agency, warns that at current rates of selling it will take six years to clear the overhang. Prices have fallen 30% or more from the peak, but Jesús Encinar of idealista.com, a property portal, sees a further 20% drop.智库储蓄联合会的安格列 拉发出警告说政府的松懈是危险的。他已经开始担心今年6.5%的财政赤字会被人们所忽视。总的来说一个国家的财政压力与它复杂的福利体系相比相对较低。他表示体制改革仍然是有必要的,但是西班牙在2014年即将进入一个为期2年的选举阶段,这有可能会削弱政府的勇气。过分的自负预示着房价下调将会变慢,这让由房地产泡沫遗留下来的70万余套房屋更难售出,这也是导致西班牙经济衰退的主要原因。来自评价机构的菲奇警告说以当前的水平要将房屋的过剩量全部售出将需要6年。房价比顶峰时期已经下降了30%,但是来自idealista网站的房地产专家Jesús Encinar认为将来还会有20%的降价。The next test for Mr Rajoy is pensions. A diet rich in olive oil, wine and fresh vegetables helps make Spaniards among the longest-living people inEurope. The baby-boomers will retire over the coming decade. By 2050, the number of pensioners will have leapt from just over 9m to 15m; and the social-security system aly loses the equivalent of 1.4% of GDP. The previous government hiked the retirement age to 67, but that is not enough. “To claim that the current system is sustainable is like saying smoking does not cause cancer,” says Mr Díaz-Giménez. The government has made bold proposals to calculate pensions according to life expectancy and the size of the state pension pot. But Mr Rajoy is under pressure to backtrack. Even the employers federation has warned of pensioners lost spending power.对于拉霍伊的下一个考验就是养老金。既节制的又富有的包含着橄榄油,酒和新鲜蔬菜的饮食习惯帮助西班牙人民成为欧洲最长寿的人之一。在接下来10年生育高峰期即将过去。到2050年,领取养老金的人数将从900万猛增到1500万;但同时社保体系却已经失去了相当于1.4%的国内生产总值的资金。早先政府将退休年龄提高到67岁,但这并不足以解决问题。吉姆表示“如果宣称现行体系是可维系下去的就像宣称吸烟不会导致癌症一样可笑。”政府已经开始根据平均寿命和国家养老金的余额去分配养老金了。但是拉霍伊依然承担着走老路的压力。即使雇主联合会已经警告过已经丧失消费能力的养老金领取者。Labour reforms have helped to boost productivity, allowing employers and unions to opt for wage moderation rather than sackings. More may be needed if jobs are to be created. Lowering, or scrapping, the minimum wage might help. Taxes could also be cut, but only if public spending is cut. Luis de Guindos, the finance minister, says jobs will come when growth reaches 1%. Until then, the Prado museum remains a safe harbour.劳务改革确实对提高生产效率有帮助,允许雇主们和公会去自行调整工资水平而不是一刀切。但如果有可能还是需要更多地工作机会。降低或者废除最低工资标准可能会有效果。税收也应该降低,但仅仅在公共花销也降低的情况下。财政部长Luis de Guindos 表示当经济增长达到1%时将会有更多地工作。在那之前,普拉多物馆依然是一个安全的港湾。译者:曾擎禹 校对:周雨晴 译文属译生译世 /201511/412328This year,This is kind of dark but its true.今年 这则消息挺黑暗但是真事This year,North Korean dictator kim jong un has reportly had 15 of his top officials excuted.15!今年 朝鲜独裁者金正恩据报 已经处死了15名高官 15名So the lesson here is when kim jong un comes into work with new haircut,you tell him,所以教训就是 如果金正恩梳着新发型来上班了 你要说Looking good,um,Looking real good!Looking fine,un!帅啊 恩哥 帅呆了 不错哦I would like to announce that 15 people have been executed in north korea.The crowd went,ooh!Tough boss.刚刚我宣布朝鲜处死了15个人 观众席上一片呜 真有意思啊 老板挺严厉啊In oregon,a number of brewers are competing to turn sewer water into beer.True story.俄勒冈州 一群酿酒商在比赛 将下水道脏水变成啤酒 真的The brewer said,hey,if bud light can do it,we can do it.酿酒商们说 既然百威淡啤能做到 我们也行Theyre not sponsors either.Right jeff?Hes saying not anymore.反正他们也不是赞助商 不是吧 杰夫 他说这下不是了We dont need money to do this show.我们不需要钱也能做这节目啦 Hey get this.Theres an app for brides.A new app,just for brides.知道吗 有一款为新娘设计的应用软件 新应用软件 专为新娘设计And it tells the bride when you havent purchased a gift yet on their bridal registry.如果你还没买婚礼礼物清单上的东西 软件会通知新娘It alerts the bride that you havent purchased a gift yet on their bridal registry.会提醒新娘你还没买婚礼礼物清单上的东西You can download the app from bed,bitch and beyond.True story.软件可在床和贱女的种种下载到 真事哦201607/454496

Sometimes we get letters here at Moment of Science asking whether psychics are for real.我们的科学一刻栏目有时会收到观众来信询问那些精神能量是否真的存在。Well,despite the TV. shows,there isnt any scientific evidence that psychic powers,such as mind-ing,actually exist.好吧,尽管电视节目有过播放,但没有任何科学据表明诸如读心术等的精神力量实际上存在。That doesnt prove they dont exist-just that,so far,theres no reason to think they do.也不能明它们不存在,到目前为止,没有理由认为这种精神能量的确存在。Still,the famous scientist and popular writer Isaac Asimov made an interesting observation about mind-ing once.不过,著名科学家及流行作家艾萨克?阿西莫夫对于读心术做过一个有趣的观察。Many people across the centuries have claimed they could other peoples minds.在过去的几个世纪里,许多人声称他们可以读懂别人的内心。If this is true,Asimov points out,then mind-ing would be a fact of nature.如果的确属实,阿西莫夫指出,那读心术将成为一种与生俱来的能力。It would be one of things that the human brain can do,just like dreaming or maintaining your body temperature.这将是一个人类大脑可以做的事情,就像做梦或维持你的体温一样。That would mean that mind-ing would have to be the result of evolution.这意味着读心术是进化的结果。201502/360404

The news has been full of stories in recent years about police killing unarmed African-Americans. Those reports have been disturbing.The nation watched of Eric Garner repeat over and over again, ;I cant breathe,; as New York City police put him in an apparent choke hold to arrest him.In Baltimore, Freddie Gray died after being arrested and thrown in the back of a police van.In Cleveland, captured images of 12-year-old Tamir Rice as he was shot by a Cleveland officer.And in Ferguson, Missouri, 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot dead in the street.That shooting in the summer of 2014 led to 17 days of protests.Outraged people marched in and around the St. Louis suburb carrying signs which ;Hands Up, Dont Shoot.; Night after night they faced a huge police presence. On both sides, it was not always peaceful.These events and others have increased racial tensions in cities across the nation in a way not seen since the 1960s.One woman in Ferguson, who only gave her name as Keyla, explained that summer why so many people protested this latest shooting death.;I believe it was because youve had so many within maybe the last two years. This was the straw that broke the camels back. Like, this is it. Im done. Im tired. Something needs to be done,; she said.Nearly two years later, Ferguson residents are still concerned that police are too quick to shoot unarmed black people.On a recent spring night, people lined up to attend a city hall meeting. As usual, there were more people than seats. Police used metal detectors to scan everyone who entered until capacity was reached.Winfred Cochrell has been speaking out at city hall meetings again and again because he thinks racial bias might have been behind the shooting of Michael Brown.;Stop looking at me, the color of my skin, judging me. Everybody stop. Just stop. And lets figure this out,; he said to city council members, adding, ;We got to make things better for each other.;Cochrell was trying to persuade the Ferguson City Council to accept a Department of Justice agreement to better train officers to work with the community.The Ferguson officials were resisting because of concerns about the cost. A week later, the council did approve the agreement, joining about 20 other cities operating under the supervision of the U.S. Justice Department.The largest police force—one of the 50 departments at the Ferguson protests—is the St. Louis County Police Department. The County Police Department leads the areas police academy. Although his department is not required to, Police Chief Jon Belmar has been talking with the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services about how police could have handled police actions better during the protests.Belmar told reporters he asked the feds, ;Well, where do we focus the areas?;They discussed policy and procedures regarding the shooting, and a review of ;after actions; concerning the protest.That ;after action; by police was highly criticized. A report from the Department of Justice found police actions inflamed tensions by deploying dogs, putting snipers on armored tactical vehicles, and inappropriately deploying tear gas without warning.The Department of Justice is also encouraging ;bias-free policing.;Some researchers believe this different kind of police training can reduce the number of shootings of unarmed people of color.This fairly recent idea is based on research which first appeared in a Florida State University study. It found some people have an implicit or unconscious racial bias.;I think that theres implicit bias research and shooter bias research that make it clear that there is a majority of people, disproportionately white, that view black people as a danger, as a threat, as a body that needs to be controlled,; explained Blanche Cook, an assistant professor of law at Wayne State University.That ;shooter bias; research found during computer simulations, some officers were initially more likely to mistakenly shoot unarmed black suspects than unarmed white suspects.But Cook says the researchers also found with extensive training, officers were able to eliminate the bias. It can be reversed once its recognized.;If the flip side of the argument is that people cannot control their implicit bias, then that means they cant educate us, they cant police us, they cant ever have any kind of authority over us because theyre going act on that implicit bias at a subconscious level and never be able to control it and we simply cant have that kind of world,; Cook said.Back in Ferguson, Missouri, talking just outside city hall, Winfred Cochrell said beyond police shootings, he thinks theres a larger matter for the nation to discuss.;My thoughts of it is its time to finally put the big issue on the table: race. We keep avoiding it like the plague. Its time to talk about it. It really is. We need to sit down and have this conversation. Its long overdue,; Cochrell said.Thats a conversation thats desired by many African-Americans across the nation.Kwasi Akwamu is an activist, small business owner, and former journalist in Detroit.;Theres never been a period when weve never been lynched, weve never been slain in the streets for suspicion of an act. You know, the lynchings and the accusations of rape, those things are part of our history. It hasnt changed. Its just changed form,; Akwamu said.He believes the recent protests are not a new black uprising. They are African-Americans continuing a struggle theyve been fighting for a very long time.;They come from the 60s and 70s. You know, we struggled against brutality. This is not the first era of the struggle against police brutality and violence,; he said.The racism that causes that struggle is never fully discussed by the nation as a whole.And all evidence indicates the struggle is not over. Thats especially true in predominantly white suburbs with growing black populations. The racial make-up of the police force often does not reflect the racial make-up of the community.Blanche Cook at Wayne State says that implicit bias, the unconscious bias, of some white people leaves them wary of people of color.;Youve got people who feel threatened by black and brown bodies,; Cook said.Much of white Americas vision of home has been predominantly white people of a certain class. Thats been dramatically changing in some suburbs over the last couple of decades.;They feel particularly threatened when theyre seeing their world become more diverse. Their workplaces are becoming more diverse. Their neighborhoods are becoming more diverse. Their communities are becoming more diverse. And their claims to supremacy are also being challenged,; Cook said.Getting to the heart of societys issues with race cant be solved by retraining police alone. But, the police might be the most important starting point.Cook says testing police applicants for implicit bias might be considered. She suggests when there are killings by police, special investigators should be appointed, as well as special prosecutors, and perhaps special grand jurors. Cook sees a conflict of interest when law enforcement investigates law enforcement and when law enforcement prosecutes law enforcement.The larger issue is this: Americans have to honestly come to grips with the racial tension, white attitudes toward black and brown people. If that doesnt happen, the nation is doomed to see a repeat of these cycles of unarmed people of color being killed and outraged citizens taking to the street because there seems to be no other way to make the powerful listen.;Until we deal with the way in which white supremacy, racism, and implicit bias frames the way in which we look at the world around us, were going to continue replicating this problem again and again and again,; Cook concludes.Assistance with the report came from St. Louis Public Radio.Support for the Detroit Journalism Cooperative on Michigan Radio comes from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Renaissance Journalisms Michigan Reporting Initiative, and the Ford Foundation.201604/438493

And extremely cold.极端的寒冷。At four degrees, its the same temperature as the sea in the Antarctic.只有四摄氏度和南极洲海水同样的温度。The ROV reaches a depth of 800 metres,not quite at the bottom, but not far off.水下机器人到达了800米深处,虽然还不算到达底部,但也差不远了A pile of coral sand at the base of the reef wall slopes gently into the abyss,and here we find signs of real deep-sea creatures.在珊瑚礁墙的底部有一堆沙子缓缓的倾斜到深渊里,这里我们发现了一个深海生物的信号。Some, like this sea anemone, are familiar.有点像我们熟悉的海葵。Others are less well known, like this chambered nautilus.其他的知名度比较差,比如这个鹦鹉螺。Its an ancient relative of octopus and squid,a living fossil, the last survivor of a group of animals that dominated the worlds oceans 500,000,000 years ago.它是章鱼和乌贼的远古近亲,它是一个活化石,是500,000,000年前统治海洋那些动物的最后的幸存者。It moves around by jet propulsion,squirting water backwards, in order to go forwards.它通过喷射前进,向后喷水来获得前进的力量。At night, its the nautiluss turn to migrate.晚上是鹦鹉螺定期活动的时候。It swims up towards the surface to feed on shrimps beside the reef wall,returning back down during the day.它向海面游去捕食珊瑚礁墙附近的虾然后在白天返回。This is a baby nautilus,the first time ones been filmed in the wild.这是一只小鹦鹉螺,它是第一次在野外被拍摄到。Its no bigger than a two-pound coin,yet it makes the same daily up and down journey as its plate-sized parents.它还没有一个两英镑的硬币大,但是它每天也要上去然后下来和它那盘子大小的父母一样。 译文属201511/411489

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