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Turning left under a bridge in Beijing, Hu Xingxin, 24, suddenly screeched to a stop in front of a yellow light at a busy crossroad.24岁的胡兴新(音译)开车经过北京的一座桥下左,突然一阵刺耳的急刹车声,他将车停在了一处繁华十字路口的黄灯前。“According to the new traffic regulations, running a yellow light is equal to running a red one,” said the Beijing-based IT technician. “Since the new rules came into effect I’m always y to hit the brakes to avoid a penalty.““根据新交规规定,闯黄灯等同于闯红灯,”在北京做IT技术员工作的他表示。“自从新交规实行以来,我随时做好刹车的准备,以免被罚。”Authorities have since changed the rules and running a yellow light no longer results in a 6-point deduction.稍后,有关部门对于新交规做了修改,闯黄灯不再受到扣六分的处罚。New traffic regulations are the latest measure to improve road safety, which has become a problem in China. Experts say that to achieve better road safety, various and comprehensive methods are needed. Updating the rules are only part of the story.在中国,交通安全是一个难题,而新交规正是改善这一难题的最新举措。专家表示,如果想要提升交通安全,需要各种综合措施来配合。更新法律只是一个方面。“Traffic accidents have become a serious problem for public safety,” said Wang Yong, a public health emergency consultant from the Ministry of Health.“交通事故已经成为一个非常严重的公共安全问题,”卫生部突发公共卫生事件应急顾问王勇(音译)表示。More than 68,000 road accidents, resulting in 794 deaths, more than 100 a day, occurred in China during the last National Day holiday, according to the Ministry of Public Security. The ministry also revealed that in 2011, 62,000 people died from road accidents.据公安部统计,去年国庆假期,我国共发生6.8万多起交通事故,导致了764人丧生,每日发生交通事故达上百起。公安部还透露,2011年有6.2万人死于交通事故。“Traffic accidents are becoming a development crisis,” World Health Organization (WHO) director general Margaret Chan told The Guardian last month.“交通事故正在演变成为一场发展的危机,”世界卫生组织总干事陈冯富珍上月在接受《卫报》记者采访时表示。According to the WHO, traffic accidents kill more people around the world than malaria and are the leading cause of death for young people aged 5 to 29 - especially in developing countries.据世界卫生组织统计,全世界交通事故死亡人数超过疟疾,成为了5-29岁年龄段青少年的主要死亡原因,特别是在发展中国家。Each year up to 1.3 million people are killed and more than 50 million injured in traffic accidents around the world.每年全世界范围发生的交通事故致使多达130万人丧生,超过5000万人受伤。The economic consequences are also significant: According to a study by the World Bank and Harvard University, traffic accidents on average cost a country 1 to 3 percent of its annual Gross National Product. The WHO reported that road accidents cost the world more than 0 billion (3.11 trillion yuan) a year.所引起的经济后果也很显著:根据世界和哈佛大学联合研究显示,对于一个国家而言,每年交通事故通常会消耗掉1-3%的国民生产总值。世界卫生组织报告称,每年,交通事故会为全世界带来超过5000亿美元(约合31100亿元人民币)的损失。The newly revised regulations impose much heavier penalties on drivers who violate traffic rules. Under the new regulations, 52 different violations result in penalties, up from 38 under the previous system.新修订的交规大大加大了对违规司机的处罚力度。根据新规定,违规行为记分项由之前的38项增至52项。Eleven kinds of violations now result in the deduction of 12 points, compared to six points under the previous regulation. These violations include drunken driving and using fake license plates.今后,共有11项违规行为从之前的扣6分处罚,提升至扣12分。这些违规行为包括酒后驾车以及伪造车牌。“The heavier penalties will force drivers to follow traffic regulations,” said Chen Yanyan, a professor at Beijing University of Technology’s Transport Research Center. But she added that traffic regulations are only one aspect of many regarding problems with road safety in China.“更为严厉的处罚将会迫使司机遵守交规,”来自北京工业大学交通研究中心的陈燕燕(音译)教授说。但她也表示交通法规只是我国交通安全相关问题的一个方面。According to Chen, other components of road safety include technology and urban design.陈教授称,交通安全的其他组成部分包括技术和城市设计。 /201301/220328Experts have dubbed it the ;new AIDS of the Americas.;专家将其称为“美洲的新艾滋病”。A parasitic infection called Chagas Disease has similarities to the early sp of HIV, according to research published recently in the journal PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases.根据《PLoS被忽视的热带疾病》期刊近日发布的研究称,这种名为“查加斯病”的寄生虫传染疾病和艾滋病早期的传播过程具有相似性。Like AIDS, Chagas is hard to detect and has a long incubation period before symptoms emerge, the study said, according to the New York Times.根据《纽约时报》,该研究称,查加斯病就像艾滋病一样难以觉察,而且在出现症状前有一段长时间的潜伏期。As many as 8 million people are infected in the Western Hemisphere, mainly in Bolivia, Mexico, Colombia and Central America, as well as some 30,000 people in the US, the newspaper reported. Chagas infects people in areas of poverty, and most US cases are found in immigrants.据《纽约时报》的报道,在西半球已有800万人感染了这一疾病,患病者主要分布在玻利维亚、墨西哥、哥伦比亚和美洲中部,在美国也有3万人感染此病。查加斯病在贫民区的人群中间传染,许多美国患者都是外来移民。Because Chagas is often left untreated, it sps easily, either genetically or through blood transfusion. If caught early, it can be treated with intense medication, but the drugs are scarce in poor countries and very little money is invested in searching for new treatments, the paper said.据报纸的报道,因为查加斯病常常得不到治疗,因此它很容易就通过遗传或输血散播开来。如果在疾病早期发现,可采用密集药物治疗方法,但穷国的药品很稀缺,在寻求新疗法上投资也很少。Chagas is usually transmitted from the bite of blood-sucking insects that release a parasite called Trypanosoma cruzi into the victim’s bloodstream. The parasite can eventually make its way to the heart, where it can live and multiply.查加斯病通常是通过吸血昆虫的叮咬、将被称为克氏锥虫的寄生虫输入受害者血液中进行传播。这种寄生虫最后会到达心脏,在那里生存和繁殖。Infections often stay dormant for years, and then emerge as heart arrhythmias and heart failure. About a quarter of victims develop enlarged heart or intestines that can lead to sudden death if they burst, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.根据美国疾病控制与预防中心,这种传染病通常会潜伏数年,然后以心律失常和心脏衰竭的形式发作。约有四分之一的受害者会发展成心脏或肠道扩大,如果发作可能导致猝死。New research suggests Chagas may have led to the death of Charles Darwin — one of the great medical mysteries.新研究显示,查加斯病可能是查尔斯#8226;达尔文的死因——达尔文的死是史上最大的一个医学之谜。Researchers from the University of Maryland School of Medicine believe Darwin suffered from three different illnesses, including a Chagas infection contracted on a voyage to the Andes in South America, the Wall Street Journal reported earlier this month.根据《华尔街日报》本月早些时候的报道,马里兰大学医学院的研究人员认为,达尔文死前患有三种不同的疾病,包括去往南美安第斯山脉航海旅途中染上的查加斯病。Darwin wrote in his diary that he was bitten by a “great wingless black bug” during the trip in 1835. He died 47 years later of heart failure.达尔文在他的日记中写道,1835年他在旅途中被一只“巨大的没有翅膀的黑色昆虫”咬了。47年后他因为心脏衰竭而死。 /201206/185219

BENJAMIN GOERING does not look like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, talk like him or inspire the same controversy. But he does apparently think like him.Two years ago, Mr. Goering was a sophomore at the University of Kansas, studying computer science and philosophy and feeling frustrated in crowded lecture halls where the professors did not even know his name.“I wanted to make Web experiences,” said Mr. Goering, now 22, and create “tools that make the lives of others better.”本杰明·戈林(Benjamin Goering)的长相和说话方式都不像Facebook的创始人马克·扎克伯格(Mark Zuckerberg),也不像他那样备受争议。但是他们的想法显然是相似的。两年前,戈林先生在堪萨斯大学(University of Kansas)读大二,学习计算机科学和哲学。在拥挤的大教室里,他感到郁闷,在那里,教授们甚至不知道他叫什么。“我想要创造网络体验,”现年22岁的戈尔说,“创造出那种让其他人生活得更好的工具。”So in the spring of 2010, Mr. Goering took the same leap as Mr. Zuckerberg: he dropped out of college and moved to San Francisco to make his mark. He got a job as a software engineer at a social-software company, Livefyre, run by a college dropout, where the chief technology officer at the time and a lead engineer were also dropouts. None were sheepish about their lack of a diploma. Rather, they were proud of their real-life lessons on the job.“Education isn’t a four-year program,” Mr. Goering said. “It’s a mind-set.”所以,在2010年的春天,戈尔先生跨出了和扎克伯格相同的一步:为了做出成绩,他从大学退学,搬去了旧金山。他在一家社交软件公司Livefyre得到了一份软件工程师的工作。这家公司是由一个大学辍学者创立的,当时的首席技术官和首席工程师也是从大学辍学。他们并没有因为缺少一张文凭而羞于启齿,反而因为自己从工作中获得的现实生活经验感到自豪。“教育不是一个四年的项目,”戈尔先生说,“而是一种思维模式。”The idea that a college diploma is an all-but-mandatory ticket to a successful career is showing fissures. Feeling squeezed by a sagging job market and mounting student debt, a groundswell of university-age heretics are pledging allegiance to new groups like UnCollege, dedicated to “hacking” higher education. Inspired by billionaire role models, and empowered by online college courses, they consider themselves a D.I.Y. vanguard, committed to changing the perception of dropping out from a personal failure to a sensible option, at least for a certain breed of risk-embracing maverick.Risky? Perhaps. But it worked for the founders of Twitter, Tumblr and a little company known as Apple.When Mr. Goering was wrestling with his decision, he woke up every morning to a ringtone mash-up that blended electronic tones with snippets of Steve Jobs’s 2005 commencement address at Stanford University, in which he advised, “love what you do,” “don’t settle.” Mr. Goering took that as a sign.以往人们总觉得大学文凭是成功事业的敲门砖,而今这种观点正显露出缺陷。低迷的就业市场和高企的学生贷款带来的压力,让一大批处在上大学年龄的叛逆青年宣布投奔“不上大学”(UnCollege)这种旨在“攻击”(hack)高等教育的新团体。受到亿万富翁榜样的激励,再加上便利的网络大学课程,他们认为自己是独立自主的先锋。至少对于这一群敢于冒险的特立独行的人来说,退学不再是个人的失败,而是一个明智的选择。冒险?也许吧。但是这个模式放在Twitter、Tumblr,以及一家小公司——苹果的创始人身上都成功了。当戈林在权衡自己的抉择时,他设置了这样一段混搭闹铃,电子乐混合着史蒂夫·乔布斯(Steve Jobs)2005年在斯坦福大学(Stanford University)的演讲片段,他在当中说道,“热爱你的工作”、“不要停下来”。戈尔把这看成是一个信号。“It’s inspiring that his dropping out basically had no effect, positive or negative, on the work and company and values he could create,” he said of the late Apple co-founder.In that oft-ed address, Mr. Jobs called his decision to drop out of Reed College “one of the best decisions I ever made.” Mr. Jobs’s “think different” approach to education (backpacking through India, dining with Hare Krishnas) is portrayed in countless hagiographies as evidence of his iconoclastic genius.Indeed, ambitious young people who consider dropping out of college a smart option have a different set of role models from those in the 1960s, who were basically stuck with the acid-guru Timothy Leary and his “turn on, tune in, drop out” ramblings. Nowadays, popular culture is portraying dropouts as self-made zillionaires whose decision to spurn the “safe” route (academic conformity) is akin to lighting out for the territories to strike gold.他还说起了已故的苹果公司创始人:“鼓舞人心的是,他退学对于他的工作、他创建的公司以及他所创造的价值来说没有影响,无论是积极的还是消极的。”在那次经常被引用的演讲中,乔布斯把他从里德学院(Reed College)退学的决定称为“我做过的最棒的决定之一”。乔布斯先生的“非同凡想”(think different)的教育理念(背包穿越印度和克利希那派教徒一起吃饭)被记载在无数传记中,明着他是个打破旧习的天才。实际上,那些认为退学是明智之举的野心勃勃的年轻人和生于60年代的人拥有不同的榜样。后者主要受到迷幻药大师蒂莫西·利里(Timothy Leary)以及他那句“打开心扉、自问心源、脱离尘世”(turn on, tune in, drop out)的影响。如今,流行文化正把辍学者描绘成白手起家的亿万富翁,他们决定摒弃“安全”路线(遵从学业要求),类似于为了掘金而抢占领地。Bill Gates dropped out of college. So did Michael Dell. So did Mr. Zuckerberg, who made the Forbes billionaires list at 23.Mr. Zuckerberg’s story is familiar to anyone who has seen the 2010 film “The Social Network,” in which Harvard seems little more than a glorified networking party for him. While the other Phi Beta Kappas are trudging through their Aristophanes, his character is hitting the parties, making contacts and making history. The dropout-mogul-as-rock-star meme will get a further boost with coming Steve Jobs biopics, including “Jobs,” starring Ashton Kutcher, and another one in the works written by Aaron Sorkin, who wrote the screenplay for “The Social Network.”比尔·盖茨(Bill Gates)从大学退学,迈克尔·戴尔(Michael Dell)和23岁就登上福布斯亿万富豪榜的扎克伯格同样如此。那些看过2010年电影《社交网络》(The Social Network)的人都熟知扎克伯格的故事。对于扎克伯格来说,哈佛大学(Harvard)无非是一场光鲜的社交聚会。当其他被选入优等生荣誉学会的同学(Phi Beta Kappas)苦读他们的阿里斯托芬(Aristophanes)时,他的兴趣却是享受聚会、广交朋友,以及创造历史。随着一系列乔布斯传记电影即将上映——其中包括由阿什顿·库彻尔(Ashton Kutcher)主演、《社交网络》的编剧阿伦·索尔金(Aaron Sorkin)操刀的《乔布斯》,这一“辍学生大亨成为巨星”的文化基因将进一步发扬光大。 /201212/214710

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