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【中英对照】Brooklyn couple will become the first on the planet to say "I do" in zero gravity when they tie the knot later this month.本月下旬,纽约布鲁克林区一对新婚夫妇将成为地球上第一对在失重状态下说“我愿意”的爱侣。Self-confessed sci-fi addicts Noah Fulmore, 31, and Erin Finnegan, 30, will travel to the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., to exchange their vows while literally walking on air.新郎诺阿·福尔31岁,新娘艾琳·芬妮根30岁,俩人都是科幻小说迷。届时他俩将到佛罗里达州的肯尼迪太空中心,然后一起飘在空中,许下他们的婚誓。"We would really prefer to do it in space or on Mars but living in the time that we do, this was the closest we could get to zero gravity," Fulmore said.福尔说:“我们倒很愿意在太空中甚至在火星上举办婚礼,不过在我们目前所生活的这个年代而言,我们选择的婚礼形式就算是与零重力最接近的方式了。”"We were shocked to discover no one had done it yet."“我们实在太激动了,因为以前没人这么做过。”The Williamsburg residents will be joined June 20 by a handful of friends in a plane owned by the Zero Gravity Corporation's--the only federally approved provider of commercial weightless flights.这两个住在威廉斯堡的年轻人将在6月20日举行婚礼,到时候也有亲友同在飞机上参加他们的婚礼。飞机的主人是零重力公司,也是联邦政府批准的唯一一家提供商业性零重力飞行务的供应商。 /200906/73945

Symmetry equals sex  Starting at conception, the human body develops by neatly splitting cells. If every division were to go perfectly, the result would be a baby whose left and right sides are mirror images. But nature doesn't work that way. Genetic mutations and environmental pressures skew symmetry, and the results have lifelong implications. Good symmetry shows that an individual has the genetic goods to survive development, is healthy, and is a good and fertile choice for mating.  对称性感从受精那一刻开始,人的身体就是通过规则的细胞发展起来的。如果每次的都非常完美,那结果将是一个人身体的左边和右边就是彼此的镜像。不过自然并不是这么运作的。基因突变和环境压力破坏了这种对称性,而结果将有终生的影响。很好的对称性说明这个人有良好的基因来持他的生存发展,说明健康,同时也说明是一个能生养的好配偶。 /201004/101558

怎样才能既时髦又舒适?Look cool and feel comfyHow to look cool and feel comfy?Today's fashions, such as slinky stilettos,skin-tighthipster jeans and cute hand-held purses, may look sharp but may not be all that great for your body .These tips will help you stay fashionable and comfortable:1. Wear high heels, but bring along a pair of flats to change into should your feet start screaming in pain.2. If shoes are uncomfortable when you stand, they're likely to feel even worse when you walk. The wrong shoes can affect the body's centre of gravity.3. While sitting for any length of time, take frequent standing breaks to alleviate atrophy of the hamstring muscles.4. If you like tight clothes, choose items that allow you to perform daily tasks with ease. These days, body-hugging clothes are mostly made ofstretchfabric - hooray!5. When carrying a bag or briefcase, switch sides frequently to avoid placing the bulk of weight on only one side of your body.6. Empty junk and other unnecessary items - old receipts, business cards, gum wrappers, etc - from your bag to make it lighter.7. Guys, if you're driving or sitting for long periods, remove your wallet or card holder from your back pocket. 时髦细高跟鞋、时尚紧身牛仔裤和可爱手提包等如今的时尚饰看起来很时髦,但对你的身体可不一定有好处。不过,下面的小提示可以让你既时髦又舒适。1. 穿高跟鞋时带一双平跟鞋,感到脚痛的时候换上。2. 如果穿鞋站着都不舒,那走起路来会更难受。穿不舒的鞋会影响身体的重心。3. 坐了一段时间之后,时不时的站起来活动一下,可以避免腿部肌肉萎缩。4. 如果你喜欢穿紧身的衣,那穿着它干活一定要舒。值得庆幸的是,如今的紧身衣大多是用弹性面料制成的。5. 拎手提包或公文包时,两边要频繁的换着拎,避免让身体的一侧负担过重。6. 把包里的旧收据、商务名片、口香糖包装纸等垃圾和其他一些不需要的东西清理掉,减轻包的重量。7. 如果你要长时间开车或要坐很久,记得把钱包和名片夹从裤子后面的口袋里拿出来。Vocabulary:skin-tight : 紧身的stretch : made of an elastic material(具有弹性的) /200803/32064

Adding classes in yoga, meditation and other so-called mind-body regimens is just one way fitness professionals in the financial district are responding to recent economic uncertainties roiling their corporate clientele. Some are also offering shorter, cheaper personal training sessions and, in at least one health club, quiet discounts for members who lose their jobs.Amid layoffs, concerns about staying buff could seem trivial. (Imagine the headline “World Markets Near Collapse: Muscle Tone Under Threat.f221;) Yet, businesspeople themselves wonder how a perilous financial climate will affect their physical fitness — and if exercise could help them weather hard times.Some struggle to squeeze in any workouts at all. But others, like Amy Sturtevant, an investment director for Oppenheimer amp; Company in Washington, find themselves doubling down on conditioning for relief. “Professionals are doing their best not to panic, but I know a lot of professionals who are panicking” about the markets, she said. “The only way to get away from it is to have some kind of outlet.”Ms. Sturtevant, a mother of four, is training for her fourth marathon. With brokerage clients needing more hand-holding, she said, she stints on sleep rather than skip her 5 a.m. daily boot camp and 20-mile weekend runs.But one of Ms. Sturtevant’s training partners, a portfolio manager, said in an e-mail message that she had not been as diligent as Ms. Sturtevant and had been “scarce” at their workouts. The portfolio manager said she had weathered some tough financial cycles, “but this one has been uniquely disabling.”“Forget the 5 o’clock wake-up to run,” she wrote. “Who is sleeping?”One business owner, Sheri David, is backsliding for business reasons. As chief executive of Impressions on Hold, a company based in New York that sells corporate voicemail systems, a tougher sales environment has meant Ms. David sees more of her customers and less of her personal trainer. Over the summer, she dropped from five sessions a week to three; by mid-September, she said, “it turned into one day for one hour.”Her trainer, Chris Hall, chides Ms. David to make time and, when she does, to tune out her BlackBerry, she reported. “But I say, ‘You don’t understand — there’s 27,000 reasons I have to pay attention,’ ” referring to her accounts.For his part, Mr. Hall — whose clients have included Catherine Zeta-Jones — is now offering 30-minute, “high-core, high-intensity” sessions and shared workouts, he said, “because people don’t necessarily have as much time as they used to, and they don’t want to spend as much money.”According to the International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association, there are 41.5 million health club members in the ed States. To keep them on the roster, clubs may be willing to bargain. Most customers who quit the Telos Fitness Center in Dallas, for example, must pay to rejoin. But, for suddenly strapped longtime members, “I’ll put a note in their file and we’ll let them pick up their membership without any fees,” said Clarisa Duran, the center’s sales and marketing director.For Plus One, which operates in-house fitness centers, corporate accounts are the issue; until recently, its major accounts included the investment banks Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Though still operating in all of those except Bear Stearns (which closed in March), the company now must look to its recent expansion in other regions and industries for growth, said Tom Maraday, the senior vice president. (Google is one new client.)“We’re a little experienced with stress because we went through 9/11 down here,” said Grace DeSimone, Plus One’s national director of group fitness. When disaster strikes, she noted, demand for yoga goes up, and on-site gyms exert a special pull: “People come and they want someone to talk to — it’s like Cheers.”And, as in a bar, the televisions stay on. “In the banks, we have to keep the news on,” Mr. Maraday said. But at Cadence Cycling and Multisport Centers, TV’s show training s rather than CN, because “we want this to be an escape,” said Mikael Hanson, director of performance for Cadence in New York.During the Bear Stearns collapse, as becalmed financiers sought their escape, midday classes at the in-house gym grew crowded, according to a former Bear Stearns trader who declined to be named. When the final ax fell, they lost not just jobs but access to a club offering “everything,” she recalled, a hint of longing in her voice.“They even gave you the shirts and shorts so you didn’t have to worry about laundry.” Now she can no longer get in her daily 5:30 a.m. workout. Her new employer has no gym and, with the markets erupting, her workday starts even earlier. “I wish there was a gym that opened at 5 in midtown,” the trader said, “but there isn’t.”Stephanie Shemin Feingold misses a cushy fitness center, too. Since leaving a Midtown law firm in June to work at a nonprofit in Harlem, she’s been using her apartment building’s spartan fitness room. “When there are only three tmills, it can get crowded pretty quickly,” she said.“I’m lucky if I get in 20 minutes instead of the hour I used to do,” Ms. Shemin Feingold said. “My pants are getting tight. I’m going to have to figure out a new routine, because I can’t afford a new wardrobe.”Fitness matters more than ever if you’re laid off, career counselors advise, not just for health, but to network and stay positive. “The last thing you want is to gain 20 pounds during a job search, ” said Dr. Jan Cannon, author of “Finding a Job in a Slow Economy.” “That just compounds that sense of, ‘What’s wrong with me?’ ”Exercise, she added, can also spur creativity. “You know how we always have those ‘aha’ moments in the shower?” Dr. Cannon said. In the same way, “a good brisk walk can be very helpful.”Jenny Herring, a Des Moines financial writer, usually walks or bikes for respite from the fulltime job search she began in June, after being downsized as part of the subprime mortgage fallout. But one day last month, feeling frustrated when her phone refused to ring, she varied the routine: “I said, I’m going to get outside, and I mowed the front and back yards” for exercise.For a motivated few, extra time for conditioning actually proves a rare upside of unemployment. “A lot of people who are between jobs are using this downtime to go after a goal,” like a triathlon, said Mr. Hanson of Cadence Cycling.Dr. Cannon recalled a client whose workouts last spring “got more frequent as time went on” — to block out the disappointment, and to give her something to get up and do every day.“She lost 40 pounds.” /200811/55457

1. Stop using the word "just" to describe yourself. Oprah says: "Stop saying that." I can’t tell you how often I tell people that I’m "just" a yoga teacher, "just" a blogger, "just" an artist. I’ve been delving into my motivation for doing this — maybe I want to make certain that everyone else knows that I know I’m nothing special before they can size me up and judge me. And sometimes I think I use this phrase to lessen my accountability in certain situations. If I’m "just" an artist, how can I be expected to be smart with money, for instance? I also think I use it, subconsciously, to decrease my importance in the eyes of others. Whatever my excuses, I need to suck it up and cut the word from my identity once and for all. 不要用“只是”来修饰自己。奥普拉这样说到:“我经常听到别人这样介绍自己,我只是一个瑜伽教练,只是一个撰写客的人,只是一名搞艺术的人。我一直在自己的领域专心研究——也许我们这样说只是希望别人在评价我们的时候可以把我们当成一个平凡的不能再平凡的人,这样我们就不必去承担一定要去做更好的压力,因为我们只是一个平凡的人。不管你的借口是什么,不要使用'just'这个词”。 /201001/93795


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