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Drug overdoses now take more lives every year than traffic accidents, and deaths from opioid overdoses have nearly quadrupled since 1999.现在药滥用每年比交通事故,夺去了更多人的生命。阿片类药物过量导致的死亡数量,已经是1999年的四倍。Under Obamacare, health plans in the Marketplace have to include coverage for treatment, but theres more we need to do.在奥巴马医疗法案下,市场上的医疗方案必须包括对治疗方案的覆盖,但还有很多我们需要去做的事情。For nearly a year, Ive been calling for this investment so hundreds of thousands of Americans can get the treatment they need,在近一年里,我们一直呼吁这样的投资,因此数十万人们获取了他们需要的治疗。and Im glad Congress is finally getting it done.我很高兴国会最终做到了。The second thing the Cures Act does is make a significant investment in Joe Bidens Cancer Moonshot.治愈法案做的第二件事情,是在乔·拜登癌症的登月计划上做出了重大投资。In my State of the Union Address this year, I set a goal of making America the country that ends cancer once and for all在今年我的国情咨文中,我们设定了目标让美国成为一劳永逸终结癌症的国家and I put the Vice President in charge of Mission Control.我让副总统负责这一指挥中心。This bill will allow us to invest in promising new therapies, in new ways to detect and prevent cancer,这一法案将允许我们投资于新的治疗方法,投资于检测和预防癌症的新方式,and to develop more vaccines for cancer just as we have them for measles or mumps.开发更多的癌症疫苗,就像我们有麻疹和腮腺炎的疫苗一样。Joes done an incredible job -- this bill is a chance for Congress to do its part, too.乔已经完成了不可思议的工作--这一法案让国会也有机会做出他们的努力。Third, well be giving researchers the resources they need to help identify ways to treat, cure, and prevent all kinds of brain disorders.第三,我将让研究者有他们需要的资源,来确定治疗方法,治愈,阻止各种类型的脑障碍。Alzheimers. Epilepsy. Traumatic Brain Injury.阿尔茨海默氏症,癫痫,颅脑损伤。And it also supports the Precision Medicine Initiative,这也持着精准医疗计划。这是我们开始的一项计划,an effort we started to bring doctors and data together to develop treatments and health care that one day can be tailored specifically for you.让医生们利用数据开发治疗方案,并终有一天打造出为你专门定制的医保方案。That can lead to some big breakthroughs.这能引领一些重大突破。201612/484307This has not only affected how music institutions,how schools for the deaf treat sound -- and not just as a means of therapy although of course, being a participator of music,that definitely is the case as well.这不仅仅影响了聋人音乐学院处理声音的方式。 同时也不仅仅是治疗的一种方式而已,当然,作为一个音乐的参与者,我完全同意这样的观点。But its meant that acousticians have had to really think about the types of halls they put together.但这意味着,声学工作者需要去仔细考虑一下演奏厅的类型他们所选择的。 There are so few halls in this world that actually have very good acoustics,在这个世界上,很少有演奏厅,有很棒的音响效果,dare I say. But by that I mean where you can absolutely do anything you imagine.我敢说。 但即便如此,你仍然可以展开想象的翅膀,去做任何事。The tiniest, softest, softest sound to something that is so broad,最微小,最轻柔的声音对某些东西来说或许它很广阔,so huge, so incredible! Theres always something it may sound good up there, may not be so good there.很巨大,无法想象。 总有一些东西,在这儿或许听着很不错,在那儿了又或许不那么好。May be great there, but terrible up there.在那儿或许很棒,但在上边却糟糕透顶。Maybe terrible over there, but not too bad there, etc., etc.在那儿简直是个噩梦,但在这儿听着还不错呢 ,等等等等。So to find an actual hall is incredible for which you can play exactly what you imagine,所以找到一个真正意义上合适的演奏大厅是不可能的,像你想象到的那样的效果,without it being cosmetically enhanced.并非表面上的修饰和放大。And so therefore, acousticians are actually in conversation with people who are hearing impaired, and who are participators of sound.因此,事实上,声音工作者是在和一些听力受损的人们探讨这个问题,事实上他们也是声音的参与者。And this is quite interesting.这一点其实很有趣。I cannot, you know, give you any detail as far as what is actually happening with those halls, but its just the fact that they are going to a group of people for whom so many years weve been saying,我还不能透露目前的进展如何,关于演奏厅的效果,但意义重大的是,他们正向这样一群人寻求帮助,多年来我们常常议论的这样一群人,Well, how on Earth can they experience music? You know, theyre deaf.瞧,到底他们怎样感知音乐呢?要知道,他们可是失聪的。We just -- we go like that, and we imagine that thats what deafness is about.我们一直这样,我们想象着聋人应该是怎样的。Or we go like that, and we imagine thats what blindness is about.或者我们也这样,我们想象着失明的人应该是怎样的。201605/442761

In 1998, the people of Indonesia took to the streets and overthrew their longtime dictator, Suharto.1998年,印度尼西亚人民走上街头,推翻了长期的独裁者苏哈托It was an amazing moment, but it was also a scary one.那是一个令人激动的时刻,但也是一个可怕的时刻With 250 million people, Indonesia is the largest Muslim-majority country on Earth.拥有2.5亿人口的印尼是地球上最大的以穆斯林为主的国家Its also hot, huge and unruly, made up of 17,000 islands,它还很热、很大并且难以管理,由17000个岛屿组成where people speak close to a thousand languages.全国人民说着将近1000种不同的语言Now, Suharto had been a dictator, and a nasty one.苏哈托是一个独裁者,并且是一个很令人厌恶的独裁者But hed also been a pretty effective tyrant,但他也是一个很实在的暴君and hed always been careful to keep religion out of politics.他一直小心的不让宗教渗入到政治中来So experts feared that without him keeping a lid on things,因此专家还担心如果没有他控制局面the country would explode, or religious extremists would take over这个国家有可能分崩离析,或者宗教极端主义者可能掌管这个国家and turn Indonesia into a tropical version of Iran.并将印尼变成热带地区的伊朗。And thats just what seemed to happen at first.一开始事情似乎是朝着那个方向发展的。In the countrys first free elections, in 1999,1999年在这个国家举行的第一次自由选举中Islamist parties scored 36 percent of the vote,伊斯兰政党得到了36%的选票and the islands burned as riots and terror attacks killed thousands.这些岛屿开始战火不断,骚乱和恐怖袭击导致数以千计的民众死亡Since then, however, Indonesia has taken a surprising turn.然而,从那以后,印尼却发生了出人意料的转变While ordinary folks have grown more pious on a personal level --从个人层面上来说普通民众变得更加虔诚了--I saw a lot more headscarves on a recent visit than I would have a decade ago我最近一次访问见到的戴头巾的民众要比十年前更多了the countrys politics have moved in the opposite direction.这个国家的政治却走向了一个相反的方向。Indonesia is now a pretty decent democracy.印尼现在是一个相当民主的国家。And yet, its Islamist parties have steadily lost support,而它的伊斯兰政党正在持续地失去持,from a high of about 38 percent in 2004 down to 25 percent in 2014.从2004年高达38%的持率降至2014年的25%As for terrorism, its now extremely rare.而恐怖主义现在也非常之少了。201706/512859

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  No graduating class gets to choose the world into which they graduate Every graduating class faces unique challenges. 没有哪一届毕业生 能够选择自己要踏入的世界 每一届毕业生都面临独特的挑战Every class enters the history that up to this point has been written for you But few enter at a point. 每一届都会进入到之前已经写好的历史中 但很少有人能够Where they genuinely have a chance to write a new chapter to bend history just a little bit. 完全有机会书写新篇章 并改变历史哪怕一点点I would suggest your class has that chance and I acknowledge it creates anxiety, probably more --. 我认为 你们这一届拥有这个机会 我承认 这会导致焦虑 也许你们的家长And I mean this seriously -- among your parents than you I understand. 比你们本人更焦虑 我是说真的 我能理解Because my generation faced the same kind of questions and uncertainties All you have to do is look at the headlines. 因为我那一代人面临过相同的问题和不确定性 你们只需要看报纸头条When I graduated in 1968, and now And today you see headlines in the Washington Post, January 2, 2013 saying. 我1968年毕业和今天一样 今天 你们看到华盛顿邮报2013年1月2日头版头条说;The world is baffled by the fiscal cliff sees it as a sign of American decline; ;世界正受阻于财政悬崖; ;这可以看成是美国衰落的信号;The July after I graduated in 68, the same publication declared ;Pollsters report decline in US standing abroad; 68年7月我毕业时 这份报纸也宣称 ;民意调查显示 美国在海外的地位下降;201610/470329。

  Hi everybody, its Joe Biden.大家好。我是乔·拜登。I delivered a report to President Obama laying out how far weve come since he put me in charge of the Cancer Moonshot that was back in January我向奥巴马总统提交了报告,说明了自他让我在1月份开始负责治愈癌症的登月计划开始所取得的进展and lay out a real vision for where we need to go in the immediate future to:在很近的未来日子里,这是我们需要实现的,也是很现实的愿景:to do in five years what would otherwise take ten;在五年时间里完成需要十年里才能完成的事情;to inject a real sense of urgency into the fight against cancer;在战胜癌症上注入更紧急的意识;and to change the culture and reimagine our system in order to be able to win.改变文化并重新规划我们的体系以便能够取得胜利。When President Nixon declared war on cancer in 1971, he had no army, he had no resources, and no clear strategy.当尼克松总统在1971年宣布对癌症的战争时,他没有军队,没有资源,没有明确的战略。But after 45 years of progress, funding research, training scientists and physicians, and treating millions of patients -- we now have the army.但在取得45年进展之后,有资金持研究,培训着科学家和内科医生,治疗了数百万患者--我们现在有了军队。We now have tools, powerful tools. And with this Moonshot, we now have a clear strategy for the road ahead.我们现在有了有力的工具。有了登月计划,我们现在对未来的道路有了明确的战略。It matters, folks, because theres a consensus now that were at an inflection point这很重要,因为很明确,我们处于拐点之上with science, medicine, and technology all advancing faster than ever and offering real promise.有着比以往更先进的科学,医药和技术,并做出了实质性承诺。We cant play by the rules of 1971 -- we didnt have this working for us.但我们不能遵循1971年的规则--那时我们没有当下的这些资源。201611/476383

  Until he does so, he labors under a curse. He writes not of love but of lust, of defeats in which nobody loses anything of value, of victories without hope and, worst of all, without pity or compassion. 如果创作者不能做到这一点,那么就永远无法写出佳作。他不是写爱情而是写情欲,他写的失败是不会被认为可贵的,他写的胜利是没有希望的,甚至是没有怜悯和缺乏同情的。His grieves grieve on no universal bones, leaving no scars. He writes the glands.因为他的悲伤不是出自世上生灵,不是发自内心,所以留下不深刻的痕迹。Until he relearns these things, he will write as though he stood among and watched the end of man. 只有懂得这些,他才能创作——仿佛身临其境般地去创作世人所关注的人类的最终结局。I decline to accept the end of man. 我拒绝接受人类的终结。It is easy enough to say that man is immortal simply because he will endure: 我们有足够的理由相信,人类是永但的,是世代相传的。因为人类懂得承受。that when the last ding-dong of doom has clanged and faded from the last worthless rock hanging tideless in the last red and dying evening, 当最终的结局在那个血色的死亡夜晚从最后的那个毫无价值的高悬不动的巨石上鸣叫远去时,that even then there will still be one more sound: that of his puny inexhaustible voice, still talking. 一定还有另外一种微弱的,无穷尽的声音在述说。201608/461165

  /200703/10822I want to show you some brave souls whove had the courage to embrace this advanced potty training approach.我想要给你们展示这些英勇地灵魂,就是那些有勇气去拥抱这种先进如厕技术地人们。So those folks in New Mexico -- why did they do it?所以这些在新墨西哥州地人们--他们为什么要这么做呢?Cause theyre in a desert? Cause they save money? Yeah.因为他们身处沙漠之中吗?是为了省钱吗?当然。But more importantly, they felt comfortable seeing what was going down the toilet as a resource.但更重要地是他们会因为目睹卷入厕所的是一种资源而感到更舒心。Heres an average house in Portland, Oregon.这是在俄勒冈州,波特兰市的一个普通房子,This house is special because they have a composting toilet唯一特别之处是拥有一个堆粪厕所。turning all their poo and pee, over time, into a soil amendment.能够逐渐把所有排泄物变为土壤改良剂。Their wash water, their shower water, is going underground to a series of mulch basins,产生的洗手水,洗澡水都会进入地下,进入一系列封闭槽中,and then watering that orchard downhill.然后用于灌溉山下的果园。When they went to get this permitted, it wasnt allowed in Oregon.当他们去申报这个项目时,被俄勒冈州所禁止了。But it was allowed in five other states nearby.但却在相邻的五个州得到通过。That was Recodes -- my organizations -- first code-change campaign.那是我所在的组织“科技投资新闻资讯网”的第一次修该条例运动。Heres a great example where the Integrated Water Management approach was the cheapest.这有一个水资源综合治理的很好的例子,它也是最便宜的方法。This is three high-rise residential buildings in downtown Portland, and theyre not flushing to the sewer system.这是波特兰市中心的三栋高层住宅楼,它们不会因为谈及下水系统感到脸红。How? Well, their wash water is getting reused to flush toilets, cool mechanical systems, water the landscape.这怎么说?嗯,他们的洗澡水会被再利用去冲马桶,冷却机械系统,还有浇灌景观植物。And then once the building has thoroughly used everything -- aka, shat in it --当整栋楼已经充分利用了所有的东西,就是曾经的粪便们its treated to highest standard right on-site by plants and bacteria, and then infiltrated into the groundwater right below.他们已经被植物和细菌净化过了,才会进入正下方的地下水系统。And all that was cheaper than updating the surrounding sewer infrastructure.这一切要比更新周围的污水基础设施要便宜很多。So thats the last reason we should get really excited about doing things differently: we can save a lot of money.所以我们来到了应该为改变而感到激动的最后一个原因:我们可以节省一大笔钱。201701/486549

  

  

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