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  • It's great being here at TED.

    很榮幸來到TED

  • You know, I think there might be some presentations

    原本我想說的演講

  • that will go over my head,

    可能是其他的主題

  • but the most amazing concepts

    但令人驚歎的主題

  • are the ones that go right under my feet.

    其實是發生在我的腳下的故事

  • The little things in life,

    生活中有些小事

  • sometimes that we forget about,

    有時候我們忘了

  • like pollination, that we take for granted.

    像授粉,我們覺得那是理所當然

  • And you can't tell the story about pollinators --

    我們沒辦法只單純去描述

  • bees, bats, hummingbirds, butterflies --

    蜜蜂、蝙蝠,蜂鳥、蝴蝶這些傳粉動物的事

  • without telling the story about the invention of flowers

    而不去提到花是怎麼來到這世界上的

  • and how they co-evolved

    還有他們在這50億年來

  • over 50 million years.

    是如何共同演化的

  • I've been filming time-lapse flowers

    我每天24個小時,一星期7天

  • 24 hours a day, seven days a week,

    有超過35年的時間

  • for over 35 years.

    都在用縮時攝影拍攝花朵

  • To watch them move

    看他們如何綻放

  • is a dance I'm never going to get tired of.

    那是我百看不厭的舞

  • It fills me with wonder, and it opens my heart.

    這讓我感到驚奇,也打開了我的心房

  • Beauty and seduction, I believe,

    我相信美麗和誘惑

  • is nature's tool for survival,

    是大自然的生存工具

  • because we will protect what we fall in love with.

    因為我們會保護我們愛上的東西

  • Their relationship

    他們的關係

  • is a love story that feeds the Earth.

    是一段能滋養地球的愛情故事

  • It reminds us that we are a part of nature,

    也提醒我們,我們是大自然的一部分

  • and we're not separate from it.

    我們和他們密不可分

  • When I heard about the vanishing bees, Colony Collapse Disorder,

    當我聽到蜜蜂消失,蜂群衰竭失調

  • it motivated me to take action.

    這促使我採取行動

  • We depend on pollinators

    有超過三分之一我們吃的蔬菜水果

  • for over a third of the fruits and vegetables we eat.

    都需要這些傳粉動物

  • And many scientists believe

    許多科學家相信

  • it's the most serious issue facing mankind.

    這會是人類要面對最困難的問題

  • It's like the canary in the coalmine.

    這就像在煤礦坑裡的金絲雀

  • If they disappear, so do we.

    如果他們消失了,我們也會跟著滅絕

  • It reminds us that we are a part of nature

    這提醒我們,我們是大自然的一部分

  • and we need to take care of it.

    我們必須保護他們

  • What motivated me to film their behavior

    促使我拍他們的行為的原因是

  • was something that I asked my scientific advisers:

    我問我的科學顧問們

  • "What motivates the pollinators?"

    傳粉動物們為何去傳遞花粉呢?

  • Well, their answer was,

    他們告訴我

  • "It's all about risk and reward."

    「這其實是風險與報酬。」

  • Like a wide-eyed kid, I'd say, "Why is that?"

    我像個張大眼睛的孩子又問「為什麼呢?」

  • And they'd say, "Well, because they want to survive."

    他們說「因為他們要生存。」

  • I go, "Why?"

    我問「為什麼?」

  • "Well, in order to reproduce."

    「為了要繁衍後代。」

  • "Well, why?"

    「為什麼?」

  • And I thought that they'd probably say, "Well, it's all about sex."

    我原以為他們會說「好吧,這一切都與性有關。」

  • And Chip Taylor, our monarch butterfly expert,

    但我們的帝王蝶專家Chip Taylor

  • he replied, "Nothing lasts forever.

    他說「世上無永垂不朽,

  • Everything in the universe wears out."

    萬物皆有定時。」

  • And that blew my mind.

    這一席話感動我

  • Because I realized

    因為我意識到

  • that nature had invented reproduction

    繁衍後代在大自然中

  • as a mechanism for life to move forward,

    是一種生命延續的機制

  • as a life force that passes right through us

    一種透過我們去傳遞的生命動力

  • and makes us a link in the evolution of life.

    讓我們在生命的演化上有所關聯

  • Rarely seen by the naked eye,

    很難用肉眼去捕捉

  • this intersection

    介於動物和植物間

  • between the animal world and the plant world

    的交會瞬間

  • is truly a magic moment.

    這是非常神奇的一刻

  • It's the mystical moment

    這個神秘的時刻裡

  • where life regenerates itself,

    生命在創造繁衍

  • over and over again.

    一代又一代

  • So here is some nectar from my film.

    以下是我電影中的精華

  • I hope you'll drink, tweet

    我希望你們能品嘗體會

  • and plant some seeds

    然後種些花草

  • to pollinate a friendly garden.

    創造一座美麗的花園

  • And always take time to smell the flowers,

    找時間聞一下花朵的芬芳

  • and let it fill you with beauty,

    感受美麗

  • and rediscover that sense of wonder.

    重新發現驚喜

  • Here are some images from the film.

    以下是影片的一些片段

  • (Music)

    (音樂)

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • Thank you.

    謝謝

  • Thank you very much.

    非常謝謝

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • Thank you.

    謝謝各位

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

It's great being here at TED.

很榮幸來到TED

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