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Hi,everybody.In 1620,a small band of pilgrims came to this continent,refugees who had fled persecution and violence in their native land.Nearly 400 years later,we remember their part in the American story-and we honor the men and women who helped them in their time of need.大家好。1620年,一小拨朝圣的清教徒来到这片大陆,他们为了逃离故土的迫害和暴力镇压逃难至此。将近400年来的今天,我们依然记得他们在美国历史上的重要位置,我们也崇敬那些在他们最需要帮助的时候伸出援手的人们。Thanksgiving is a day for food and football,and for hoping the turkey didnt turn out too dry.But its also a day to count our blessings and give back to others-a reminder that no matter our circumstances,all of us have something to be grateful for.Maybe its good health,a new addition to the family,or a child taking a next step toward college or a career.Maybe its a new job,or long overdue raise.Maybe its something as simple,and as important,as the chance to spend time with the people who matter most.感恩节是分享美食、观赏球赛的日子,大家都希望火鸡不要烤的太干。这也是我们将祝福和帮助送给他人的日子,无论我们生活在什么环境中,我们都有一些需要感恩的东西。也许是有个好身体、家里有了新居、或者是孩子们在学业或职业上取得了新进展。也许是有了新工作、期待已久的升职。也许是很简单、很重要,与最关心的人一起共度时光的机会。Of course,every American can be thankful for the chance to live in a country founded on the belief that all of us are created equal.And as President,Im thankful that I get to see the best of America every day-the courage of our troops and veterans,the resilience of our families,and the basic goodness of the ordinary people who call this country.当然,每个美国人都会为生活在这样的国家而感动,因为这个国家相信所有人生而平等。作为总统,我感谢每一天我看到的都是最美好的美国,我们有英勇不屈的将士和退伍军人,坚忍不拔的家庭,普通百姓称赞这个国家的一切美好的地方。On this uniquely American holiday,we also remember that so much of our greatness comes from our generosity.Theres the generosity of Americans who volunteer at food banks and shelters,making sure that no one goes hungry on a day when so many plates are full.Theres the generosity of Americans who take part not just in Black Friday and Cyber Monday,but Giving Tuesday-recognizing that in the holiday season,what you give is as important as what you get.在这个独具美国特色的节日里,我们也感谢慷慨大方的人们。乐善好施的美国人民自发设置食品发放中心和救济站,确保在大部分人都有吃的情况下没有人挨饿。慷慨的美国人民不仅参与黑色星期五和网购星期一的活动中,也参与到分享星期二的活动中,这些在假期里的活动让我们记住,你所给予的与你所得到的一样重要。And Ive been touched by the generosity of the Americans whove written me letters and emails in recent weeks,offering to open their homes to refugees fleeing the brutality of ISIL.最近几个星期,很多人给我写信、发邮件,大家敞开家门接纳逃离ISIL魔掌的难民们,我也一直被美国人民的慷慨大方所感动。Now,people should remember that no refugee can enter our borders until they undergo the highest security checks of anyone traveling to the ed States.That was the case before Paris,and its the case now.And what happened in Paris hasnt stopped Americans from opening their arms anyway.现在,大家应该了解,任何来到美国的人,只要没有通过最高级别的安全检查,是不可能进入我们国家的。巴黎事件之前是这样,之后也是这样。但巴黎事件的发生不会让美国敞开的怀抱关闭。One woman from Pennsylvania wrote me to say,;Money is tight for us in my household ...But i have a guest room.I have a pantry full of food.We can do this.; Another woman from Florida told me her familys history dates back to the Mayflower-and she said that welcoming others is part of ;what it means to be an American.;一位来自宾夕法尼亚州的女士写信给我,她说:“我持家过日子,钱很紧张…但我腾出了一间客房。我家的食品还算充足。我们可以做到。”另一位来自佛罗里达州的女士告诉我说她家祖上是随五月花号过来的,她说欢迎其他人正是“美国传统”的一部分。Nearly four centuries after the Mayflower set sail,the world is still full of pilgrims-men and women who want nothing more than the chance for a safer,better future for themselves and their families.What makes America America is that we offer that chance.We turn Lady Libertys light to the world,and widen our circle of concern to say that all Gods children are worthy of our compassion and care.Thats part of what makes this the greatest country on Earth.距离五月花号启航将近四个世纪了,世界上依然充满了朝圣者,这些男男女女不为别的,就为一份更安宁的生存机会,为自己和家人更争取更美好的未来。美国之所以成为美国,正是因为我们提供的这样的机会。我们将自由女神的光明传递到世界各地,我们将我们的关怀扩大到所有上帝的子民,他们值得我们去同情、关爱。而这也正是我们成为这个星球上最伟大的国家的原因。I hope that you and your family have wonderful Thanksgiving,surrounded by loved ones,and full of joy and gratitude.And together,may we all play our own small part in the American story,and write a next chapter that future generations can be thankful for.我希望大家过一个美好的感恩节,与心爱的人团聚,充满欢乐和感激。愿我们共同努力,扮演好我们在美国历史上的角色,写下可以让子孙后代感激的新篇章。From the Obama family to yours,have a great Thanksgiving.最后,我代表奥巴马全家祝大家感恩节快乐!201512/413288And, no doubt, weve all settled at various times.而且,毫无疑问,我们将会很多次的妥协。But, dont let necessity in a given moment become the excuse for a lifetime of inertia.但是,不要让一时的必要选择成为一生惰性的借口。Keep trying to get yourself to the right place.要不断试图让自己走到正确的地方。If Id stayed a lawyer, I could have made it work for a while, but I would have fizzled out and eventually because I didnt love it.如果我继续做一名律师,我可能会干得还不错,但是我不会辉煌,因为我并不爱这个工作。Third, be a well-rounded, complete person.第三,做一个全面、完整的人。Many of you will go for further education or career training.你们中的很多人会继续接受教育或者是职业培训。Of course, its important to learn the things that you need to make a living.学习维持生计必须的东西当然是很重要的。But, dont forget to , and to learn history, literature and about current events.但是不要忘了阅读,学习历史,文化以及时事。Youll be more interesting to others, more interesting to yourself and youll be more successful in your job.你会变得更吸引人,对你自己也更加有兴趣,会在你的工作上更加成功。Most of the books Ive didnt apply directly to my job or industry, but Ive applied their lessons in unexpected ways.我读过的绝大部分书对我的工作甚至这个行业都没有直接的用处,但是书中的经验教训总会以意想不到的方式发挥作用。Fourth, be involved in the community.第四点,参与社区活动。Find ways to contribute to make yourself proud and set an example to your kids.找到可以让你感到自豪的贡献方式,为你的孩子们树立榜样。Making a living is not life. It is a means to an end, not the end.谋生并不是生活,只是达到目的的一个手段,而不是目的本身。You have to feel proud of yourself.你需要为自己感到自豪。There are always going to be people who struggle and for whom community work is not a realistic option, but try.总会有人需要为生计努力,对他们来说社区工作并不是一个现实的选择,但是请努力尝试。Ive done plenty to advance myself over the years.在过去的岁月里我做了很多事情来让自己进步。But, the older I get, the more satisfaction I get from serving and advancing others.但是年纪越大,我越来越能够从务和帮助他人进步中得到满足。In fact thats how I first got involved with President Mellow and LaGuardia -- through the 10,000 Small Businesses program we initiated at your school.事实上,我最初结识麦罗校长和拉瓜迪亚社区大学就是因为我们共同发起的这个一万家小企业项目。Finally, appreciate that life is unpredictable, so dont close your mind to possibilities.最后,要明白人生是不可预测的,所以不要对可能性自我设限。Try to surround yourself with people who are equally ambitious.试试和那些一样具有野心的人为伍。Put yourself in situations where you can grow - where youll not only push yourself but where others will push you.让你置身于可以成长的环境中--在那种你不仅仅可以让自己进步,其他人也会推动你前进的环境。What were the chances that a kid from the poverty would run one of the great financial institutions in the world?一个从贫困小区长大的孩子掌管世界上其中最大金融机构的机会有多大?You just never know.你永远不会知道。That unpredictability is the great thing about life.不可预测性是生活最伟大的一点。You change. The world changes.你改变,这个世界也在改变。You live in a country where we are still blessed with enormous opportunity.你们生活在一个仍然拥有得天独厚机会的国家。Leave yourself open to the world of possibility.让你自己对无限可能的世界敞开胸怀。You have the ambition, you have the smarts and for sure you have the toughness.你们有野心,你们有智慧而且你肯定有坚韧不拔毅力。So, turn the page on your biography — you have just started a new chapter in your lives.所以,请翻开自己的传记——你们已经打开了人生的新一个篇章。Good luck and congratulations to you and your families. Thank you.祝你们和你们的家人好运,也祝贺你们和你们的家人。谢谢201508/393686World AIDS Day is a hugely important moment—both here in Britain andaround the globe.It’s a moment to reflect on the progress made, but it’s also areminder of how much more we still have to do.In recent years, there have been huge advances in treating HIV. Andthat means that if diagnosed early enough and treated properly, someone withHIV can live as long as someone without it.But too often stigma and myth prevent that from happening. People aretoo afraid to go for tests and it isn’t caught early enough. It’s estimatedthat 20 per cent of the people in Britain living with HIV, don’t know that theyhave the condition.We’ve got to bring that number down and get people the treatmentthey need. We’ve got to keep on putting every effort possible into educationand awareness and what’s more we’ve got to fight discrimination against HIVeverywhere we see it.Today’s also a moment to remember our lasting commitment to thedeveloping world. The UK’s aly dedicated a billion pounds to the GlobalFund to fight AIDS, TB and malaria and in the years ahead we’ve got to showevery bit as much commitment abroad as we do at home.This is what World AIDS Day is all about -- renewing ourdetermination and saving lives.On this important day let us all pledge to fight HIV and AIDS witheverything we’ve got and make sure that we in this generation weren’t foundwanting.Thank you for listening.201501/353322THE PRESIDENT: Hello, St. Paul! (Applause.) It is good to be back in Minnesota. (Applause.) AUDIENCE MEMBER: We love you!THE PRESIDENT: I love you back. That’s why I came here. Good to see you.Although, can I just say that when we got off the plane, Secretary Foxx, who is from North Carolina, turned to me and he said, this is the coldest I’ve ever been in my life. (Laughter.) Now, we were only out there for like a minute -- (laughter) -- which goes to show how soft these folks from North Carolina are when it comes to the weather. (Laughter and applause). I, on the other hand, am from Chicago -- (applause) -- I walked off those stairs and I was like, this is balmy, this is great. (Laughter.) February, in Minnesota -- can’t beat it. Cannot beat it.Now, in addition to Secretary Foxx, who I want to -- give him a big round of applause for that introduction. (Applause.) You’ve two champions for the people of Minnesota who are here today. You’ve got Representative Betty McCollum -- (applause) -- and Representative Keith Ellison. (Applause.) You’ve got your Mayor, Chris Coleman, in the house. (Applause.) The new Mayor of Minneapolis, Betsy Hodges, is here. (Applause.) And my great friend, who actually told me I was running for President before I knew I was running for President -- R.T. Rybak. Love that name. (Applause.) Where’s R.T.? Now, I want to thank everybody who showed me around Union Depot and gave me a preview of this new light rail line. It is fantastic. (Applause.) And I also just want to say -- even though he’s not here today -- I want to say to everybody how Michelle and I have been keeping in our thoughts and prayers one of the great Americans that we know, as well as a great Minnesotan -- Walter Mondale. (Applause.)Now, like millions of Americans, I’ve spent some time with Minnesotans lately -- because I was watching the Olympics. (Laughter.) Minnesota sent 19 athletes to the games. (Applause.) That’s tied for second most of any state, and they did us all proud. It is not shocking that Minnesotans might be pretty good at the Winter Olympics. (Laughter.) What is particularly interesting is that, once again, the tiny town of Warroad proved that it really is Hockeytown, USA, thanks to T.J. Oshie and Gigi Marvin, who we’re just so proud of. And T.J.’s shootout performance against the Russians I might say I enjoyed a lot. (Applause.) I tweeted at him about it. So we’ve spent some time over the last few weeks on hockey, but I’m not here to talk about hockey. By the way, I cannot play hockey. (Laughter.) I grew up in Hawaii -- we do not have hockey in Hawaii. But I’m here to talk about what you’re doing in the Twin Cities, and how you’re helping to create new jobs and new opportunities for every American.We are at a moment when our economy is growing. Our businesses have created about 8.5 million new jobs in the past four years. Unemployment is at the lowest it’s been in over five years; in Minnesota, it’s lower than it’s been in six and a half years. (Applause.) And, by the way, you’ve got a great governor who I served with in the Senate, Mark Dayton, who is helping to make that happen. (Applause.)So in a lot of ways things are looking up. But in some ways, the trends that had been battering middle-class families for a long time have gotten even starker, because those at the top are doing better than ever, while wages and incomes for a lot of families have barely budged. And too many families are working harder than ever just to keep up. So as I said at the State of the Union address a few weeks back, our job is to reverse those trends. (Applause.) We’ve got to build an economy that works for everybody. We’ve got to restore opportunity for all people, so that no matter who you are, where you come from, what you look like, you can get ahead if you work hard and you’re responsible. And so I laid out an opportunity agenda that has four parts. Number one, good jobs that pay good wages in manufacturing, in energy, in innovation and infrastructure. Number two, train folks with the skills they need to get those good jobs, something that your senator, Al Franken, is doing great work on every single day. He cares a lot about that job training issue. (Applause.) Number three, guaranteeing every child has access to a world-class education. (Applause.) And, number four, making sure that hard work is rewarded with wages you can live on, and savings you can retire on, and health care you can count on. That’s what we’re fighting for. (Applause.) Minnesota is helping to lead the way on these issues. Your state legislature is poised to raise your minimum wage this year. (Applause.) In my State of the Union address, I called for a new women’s economic agenda. It’s actually a family economic agenda -- equal pay for equal work, paid sick leave and more. And there are leaders in your state legislature that are working hard at this, because they know when women succeed, America succeeds. (Applause.)So on all these issues, we’re reaching out to members of Congress, looking to see if they’re willing to work with us on some of these priorities. But what I also said at the State of the Union is, in this year of action, whenever I can partner directly with states or cities or business leaders or civic leaders to act on this opportunity agenda, I’m going to go ahead and do it. We can’t wait. We’ve got to move. We’ve got to get things going. Too many families are counting on it. (Applause.) So yesterday, I launched new hubs to attract 21st century manufacturing jobs to America. And today, I’m here to launch a new competition for 21st century infrastructure and the jobs that come with it, because any opportunity agenda begins with creating more good jobs. And one of the fastest and best ways to create good jobs is by rebuilding America’s infrastructure -- our roads, our bridges, our rails, our ports, our airports, our schools, our power grids. We’ve got a lot of work to do out there, and we’ve got to put folks to work. (Applause.)201502/358723

After the collapse of the Soviet entire the ed States emerged as the sole superpower. No other power, or the combination of powers, could challenge its supremacy. But the unipolar world did not take root. When President Bush sought to assert Americas supremacy by invading Iraq on false pretences he achieved the exact opposite of what he intended. The ed States suffered a precipitous decline in its power and influence. So the disarray in the international financial system is matched by instability in international relations. The new order that will eventually emerge will not be dominated by the ed States to the same extent as the old one.前苏联解体后,美国成为了唯一的超级大国,没有其他大国或者国家联盟可以挑战其至高无上的国力,但是这种“单极”的世界秩序未能持久。当布什总统为彰显美国的威力以不实之词为借口入侵伊拉克时,其效果与他的意图适得其反。美国的力量和影响力一落千丈,结果混乱的国际金融体系加之不稳定的国际关系形成了。此后,终将形成新的世界秩序,将不会再像以往那样受美国的控制和左右。To understand what is happening we need a different conceptual framework from the one to which we have been accustomed. The efficient market hypothesis looks at financial markets in isolation and totally disregards politics. But that gives a distorted picture. As I have pointed out several times, behind the invisible hand of markets there is the visible hand of politics which establishes the rules and conditions in which the market mechanism operates. My conceptual framework relates to the political economy, not the market economy as an abstract construct that is governed by timelessly valid laws. I look at financial markets as a branch of history.为了便于理解什么正在发生,我们需要一个有别于惯性思维的概念性框架。有效的市场假说孤立地看待金融市场,完全无视政治因素,但这扭曲了现实。正如我多次提到的那样,在市场无形的手背后有一只有形的政治之手,它制定有关市场运作的各种法律法规。我所说的概念性框架与政治经济学有关,而与抽象概念的市场经济学无关。我把金融市场视作历史的一个分。201409/326672

Now, as we pull down here, we still have a whole set of creatures living on the surface of the planet.现在当我摧毁这里的时候,在这个星球上其实还居住着一系列的生物,There are all these different dynamics going on here.所以发生着一系列动态的变化。In fact, I can look over here,我可以从这里俯视。and this is kind of a little simplified food web thats going on with the creatures.这里的生物有一个简化了的小食物链。I can open this up and then scan what exists on the surface,我可以打开这个,浏览哪些生物存在于这个表面,and get some sense of the diversity of creatures that were brought in.了解其中生物的多样性。Some of these were created by the player,其中有些时由玩家自己创作的,others by other players and automatically sent over here.有的是由其他玩家创造的,自动分配到这里来的。But theres a very simple little kind of calculation of whats required,但是这里面也要求一些简单的计算,how much plants are required for the herbivores to live,比如为了草食动物的存活,需要多少植物,how many herbivores for the carnivores to eat, etc.,为了我肉食动物的存活,需要多少草食动物,that you actually have to balance actively.你需要实现一个动态的平衡。Now also with this phase, were getting more and more God-like powers for the player,同样,在这个阶段,我们给了玩家更多的造物的权利,and you can kind of experiment with this planet again as a toy.你可以用这个玩具星球来实现。So I can come in and I can do things, and just treat this planet as a lump of clay.我可以进入其中,可以摆弄它,可以把这个星球当做一块橡皮泥。We have very simple little weather systems you see here, very simple geology.这里我们有一个简单的天气系统,很简单的地理状况。For instance, I could open one of my tools here and then carve out rivers.比如,我可以在这里使用一个工具,比如,开凿河流。So this whole thing is kind of like a big lump of clay, a sculpture.这整个星球就像是一块巨大的橡皮泥,一个雕塑。I can also play with the dynamics of this world over time.我还可以不断控制这个世界的动态变化。So one of the things I can do is start pumping more CO2 gases into the atmosphere,因此,我可以往大气中倾倒更多二氧化碳,and so thats what Im doing here.就像这样。Theres actually a little out down there of our planetary atmosphere, pressure and temperature.这下面有一些关于我们这个星球的大气环境的指数,包括气压,温度。So as I start pumping in more atmosphere,所以当我开始增加气体时,were going to start pushing up the greenhouse gases here我们就会提高温室气体的含量,and if youll start noticing, we start seeing the ocean levels rise over time.如果你注意看的话,就会发现海平面上升了。And our cities are going to be at risk too, because a lot of these are coastal cities.而我们的城市就会有危险,因为许多城市就在海岸边。You can see the ocean levels are rising now and as they encroach upon the cities,你可以看见海平面正在上升,海水在侵蚀城市,Ill start losing cities here.这里我失掉了不少城市。So basically, I want the players to be able to experiment and explore a huge amount of failure space.所以我希望玩家能够试验和探索,了解各种太空中的失败So there goes one city.你看,一个城市毁灭了。Now over time, this is actually going to heat up the planet.渐渐地,星球的温度提高了。So at first what were going to see is a global ocean rise here on this little toy planet,在这个小小玩具星球上,我们首先会遇到的就是全球海平面上升。but then over time -- I can speed it up just a little bit --逐渐地——我可以加快点速度——well actually see the heat impact of that as well.我们也可以看见升温带来的影响。So not only will it get hotter,它不仅仅会变得更热,but at some point its going to get so hot the oceans will entirely evaporate.甚至在某种情况下,热到连海洋都蒸发了。So at first theyll go up, and then theyll evaporate, and thatll be my planet.所以海洋先上升,然后蒸发,这就是我的星球。So basically, what were getting here is我们正在经历的可能是the sequel to ;An Inconvenient Truth,; in about two minutes,《难以忽视的真相》的两分钟的续集,and that actually brings up an interesting point about games.这让游戏变得很有趣。Now here, our entire oceans are evaporating off the surface,现在我们所有的海洋正在从表面开始蒸发。and as it keeps getting hotter at some point the entire planets going to melt down.随着温度越来越高,整个星球可能会在某一刻融化掉。Here it goes.你看。So were not only simulating biological dynamics -- food webs and all that --所以我们不仅仅是在模拟生物的变化——像食物链等——but also geologic, you know, on a very simple core scale.还有简单的核心层面的地理变化。And whats interesting to me about games,对我来说,游戏的有趣之处有时in some sense, is that I think we can take a lot of long-term dynamics在于我们可以将一些长期的变化and compress them into very short-term kind of experiences.压缩成短期的经历。Because its so hard for people to think 50 or 100 years out,把五十甚至一百年内发生的事情想清楚实在太难了,but when you can give them a toy,但是如果你能给他们一个玩具,and they can experience these long-term dynamics in just a few minutes,让他们在几分钟之内去经历这些长期的变化,I think its an entirely different kind of point of view,我认为就是一种全然不同的观点了,where were actually mapping, using the game to re-map our intuition.我们可以呈现,用游戏去再现我们的直觉。Its almost in the same way that a telescope or microscope recalibrates your eyesight;就像是望远镜或者显微镜重新校准了你的视力I think computer simulations can recalibrate your instinct across vast scales of both space and time.我觉得电脑模拟可以大规模地跨越空间和时间校准你的直觉。201601/419769

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