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  • NATISHA LANCE, CNN ANCHOR: Hi, everybody. Welcome to CNN STUDENT NEWS.

    NATISHA LANCE,CNN主播:嗨,大家好。歡迎來到CNN學生新聞。

  • It`s April 1 and Carl is off today.

    今天是4月1日,卡爾今天休息。

  • No fooling. I`m Natisha Lance.

    別傻了我是娜蒂莎-蘭斯

  • We`re going to start things off with a country that`s been in the news a lot recently - North Korea.

    我們將從一個最近新聞頻發的國家--北韓開始。

  • The North says it`s in the state of war with South Korea and there`s no actual fighting going on.

    北方說它與韓國處於戰爭狀態,但沒有實際戰鬥發生。

  • North Korea is also threatening to attack the United States.

    北韓還威脅要攻擊美國。

  • The U.S. says it takes the threat seriously,

    美國表示,它認真對待這一威脅。

  • but American and South Korean officials say,

    但美國和韓國官員說。

  • this kind of thing isn`t new for North Korea.

    這種事對北韓來說並不新鮮。

  • This weekend, the atmosphere on the Korean Peninsula was very different, depending on where you live.

    這個週末,朝鮮半島的氣氛很不一樣,這取決於你住在哪裡。

  • JIM CLANCY, CNN CORRESPONDENT: The dogs of war howled from North Koreans television screen Saturday as martial music and mass rallies

    美國有線電視新聞網記者JIM CLANCY:週六,北韓電視屏幕上傳來戰爭之犬的嚎叫,武樂和民眾集會。

  • were the only choice if you were lucky enough to own a TV.

    是唯一的選擇,如果你有幸擁有一臺電視。

  • A few times the broadcast switched street site, to sample what was on the minds of Pyongyang`s patriots.

    廣播幾次切換街道現場,以抽查平壤愛國者的心聲。

  • "We can`t take it anymore", said this man, "We cannot step back.

    "我們不能再忍受了",這個人說,"我們不能退步。

  • It`s now time to show the jerks a real taste.

    現在是時候讓那些混蛋嚐嚐真正的滋味了。

  • I`m holding my two fists hard.

    我用力握著雙拳。

  • "Kim Jong-un says if the war breaks out, we should mercilessly crush our enemies," this woman said,

    "金正恩說,如果戰爭爆發,我們應該無情地粉碎敵人,"這個女人說。

  • crush them so they wouldn`t even be able to sign the surrender papers.

    碾壓他們,讓他們連投降書都籤不了。

  • In fierce tones, TV anchors repeated warnings that country`s forces were on the highest alert.

    電視主播用激烈的語氣反覆警告說,國家軍隊處於最高警戒狀態。

  • The video onslaught takes viewers around the globe, smashing America with its fist.

    視頻衝擊帶著全球的觀眾,用拳頭砸向美國。

  • Hammering home the message that from Kim Jong-un on down,

    錘鍊出一個資訊,即從金正恩向下。

  • this is a country where everyone yearns to be armed and dangerous.

    這是一個人人都渴望武裝和危險的國家。

  • Meantime, here in the South Korean capital, it is a completely different scene.

    與此同時,在韓國首都這裡,卻是完全不同的場景。

  • People can see their past, their history.

    人們可以看到他們的過去,他們的歷史。

  • They are looking to a brighter future, one that does not include war.

    他們正在尋找一個更光明的未來,一個不包括戰爭的未來。

  • YOO SEON-JOO, SEOUL RESIDENT (through translator): I don`t think there will be a war.

    劉善珠,首爾居民(通過翻譯)。我不認為會有戰爭。

  • Currently, North Korea just raised up their military alertness.

    目前,北韓剛剛提高了軍事戒備。

  • South Korean people are not even interested.

    韓國人根本不感興趣。

  • OH SAE-YOUNG, SEOUL RESIDENT (through translator): If they wanted to attack, they would have attacked already.

    吳世榮,首爾居民(通過翻譯):如果他們想攻擊,他們早就攻擊了。

  • North Korea is just threatening.

    北韓只是在威脅。

  • CLANCY: The colorful changing of the guard ceremony at the gates of Seoul`s Daksegun (ph) Palace drew a chair of tourists as well.

    CLANCY:首爾`達克塞貢(音)宮門口豐富多彩的換崗儀式也吸引了一把椅子的遊客。

  • Undaunted by the dire media forecast.

    不懼媒體的嚴峻預測。

  • On one peninsula this Sunday, two entirely, different views of what lies ahead.

    本週日,在一個半島上,對未來的事情有兩種完全不同的看法。

  • Across the North, images of a nation on the desperate brink of war,

    在北方,一個瀕臨戰爭的國家的形象。

  • in the South, people preparing to go to work Monday morning.

    在南方,人們週一早上準備去上班。

  • Jim Clancy, CNN, Seoul.

    吉姆-克蘭西,CNN,首爾。

  • LANCE: Coming back over to the U.S. now,

    蘭斯:現在回到美國這邊來了。

  • 35 teachers and school administrators have been charged with crimes connected to a massive school cheating scandal here in Atlanta, Georgia.

    35名教師和學校管理人員被指控與佐治亞州亞特蘭大市的大規模學校作弊醜聞有關。

  • The teachers and administrators are accused of cheating on standardized tests.

    教師和管理人員被指控在標準化測試中作弊。

  • They allegedly gave students the right answers, or even changed answers on the students` exams.

    據稱,他們給學生提供了正確的答案,甚至在學生的考試中改變了答案。

  • The investigation started because some of the tests results were suspicious.

    調查開始是因為一些測試結果很可疑。

  • Based on statistics, the school scores improved too much.

    根據統計,學校分數提高太多。

  • Now, why would teachers and school officials want to cheat?

    現在,老師和學校官員為什麼要作弊?

  • Well, one possibility is money.

    嗯,一種可能是錢。

  • Better test scores could equal better performance reviews and bonuses for some officials.

    較好的考試成績可以等於為一些官員提供更好的績效考核和獎金。

  • And some teachers claim that they were threatened if they didn`t cheat.

    有些老師說,如果他們不作弊,就會受到威脅。

  • GOV. NATHAN DEAL, GEORGIA: Testing and results and targets being reached became more important than actual learning on the part of children.

    格魯吉亞州州長NATHAN DEAL:測試和結果以及達到的目標變得比兒童的實際學習更重要。NATHAN DEAL,喬治亞州:測試和結果以及達到的目標變得比孩子們的實際學習更重要。

  • LANCE: Some students actually helped exposed the alleged cheating,

    蘭斯:有的學生其實是幫著曝光了所謂的作弊行為。

  • one told the investigators that when she was in the 5th grade,

    一位告訴調查人員,當她在五年級。

  • her teacher offered her the answers for a standardized test.

    她的老師為她提供了標準化測試的答案。

  • The students says she tried to say no,

    學生說她想拒絕。

  • that she wanted to take the test on her own.

    她說她想自己參加考試。

  • Her mother and the state investigators say the students are the victims of the scandal.

    她的母親和國家調查人員說,學生是醜聞的受害者。

  • JUSTINA COLLINS, ATLANTA PUBLIC SCHOOL PARENT: I have a 15-year old now who is behind in achieving her goal of becoming what she wants to be when she graduates.

    JUSTINA COLLINS, ATLANTA公立學校家長:我現在有一個15歲的孩子,她在實現她畢業後想成為什麼人的目標方面落後了。

  • The district`s former superintendent was one of the 35 people charged last Friday.

    該區`前主管是上週五被指控的35人之一。

  • She denies any involvement in cheating,

    她否認參與任何作弊行為。

  • and the new superintendent says 95 percent of the district`s employees weren`t involved in the scandal.

    新任校長說95%的員工沒有捲入醜聞。

  • Now, we want to give you guys a chance to talk about this on our blog.

    現在,我們想給你們一個機會,在我們的博客上談談這個問題。

  • What do you think the impact of the story would be for students, for teachers, for the community?

    你認為這個故事對學生、對老師、對社會會有什麼影響?

  • Share your thoughts, cnnstudents.com.

    分享你的想法,cnnstudents.com。

  • LANCE: Christianity is the world`s largest religion, and Easter is considered the most important time of the year for Christians.

    蘭斯:基督教是世界上最大的宗教,復活節被認為是基督徒一年中最重要的時間。

  • Services and ceremonies around the world yesterday marked the day that commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

    昨天,世界各地的禮拜和儀式都是紀念耶穌基督復活的日子。

  • President Obama and the first family went to an Easter service at a church that`s right across the street from the White House.

    奧巴馬總統和第一家庭去白宮對面的教堂參加復活節儀式。

  • St. Johns Episcopal Church is sometimes known as the church of the presidents.

    聖約翰聖公會有時也被稱為 "總統教堂"。

  • And worshipers gathered in St. Peter`s Square for Easter mass.

    而禮拜者聚集在聖彼得廣場參加復活節彌撒。

  • It was the first for Pope Francis since he took that title.

    這是教皇方濟各接任這個頭銜後的第一次。

  • His sermon included the call for peace in parts of the world that are currently suffering because of violence.

    他的佈道包括呼籲在目前因暴力而遭受痛苦的世界部分地區實現和平。

  • 58 percent of Americans planned to attend Easter Sunday church services this year,

    58%的美國人計劃參加今年的復活節主日教堂禮拜。

  • but the numbers go far beyond the religious aspects of the day.

    但這些數字遠遠超出了當天的宗教方面。

  • 17.2 - that`s how many billions of dollars were estimated to be spent on Easter in the U.S.

  • That`s a bit more than 145 bucks for every American who celebrates Easter.

    這`對每個慶祝復活節的美國人來說,都是145美元多一點。

  • 180 million, that`s the number of eggs purchased to die and decorate.

    1.8億,這`就是購買雞蛋的死亡和裝飾數量。

  • Six - that`s how many minutes it takes to make a marshmallow peep.

    六--這就是做一個棉花糖皮皮需要多少分鐘。

  • 88, the percentage of American parents who make Easter baskets for their children,

    88,美國父母為孩子製作復活節花籃的比例。

  • and 76 percent of chocolate bunny eaters say they start by devouring the ears.

    而76%的巧克力兔子吃貨表示,他們從吞食耳朵開始。

  • Yeah. You heard it here first.

    是啊,你先在這裡聽到的。你先在這裡聽到的。

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Today`s "Shoutout" goes out to Mr. Keating`s and Mr. Jordan`s PACE students

    今天要向基廷先生和喬丹先生的PACE學生致敬。

  • at West Career and Technical Academy in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    在內華達州拉斯維加斯的西部職業技術學院。

  • The island of Madagascar is located off the coast of what continent?

    馬拉加西島位於哪個大陸的沿海?

  • You know what to do, is it South America, Africa, Asia, or North America?

    你知道該怎麼做,是南美、非洲、亞洲還是北美?

  • You`ve got three seconds, go!

    你有三秒鐘的時間,走!

  • Madagascar, the world`s fourth largest island is in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Africa.

    馬拉加西是世界第四大島,位於非洲海岸外的印度洋上。

  • That`s your answer and that`s your "Shoutout."

    這就是你的答案,這就是你的"Shout.&quot。

  • LANCE: Because of its location, Madagascar has one of the world`s most diverse ecologies.

    蘭斯:由於地理位置的關係,馬拉加西是世界上生態環境最多樣化的國家之一。

  • 90 percent of the island`s plant species don`t exist anywhere else,

    島上90%的植物品種在其他地方都不存在。

  • but right now many of those plants are being attacked.

    但現在很多植物都被攻擊了。

  • About half the island is being overrun by swarms of locust.

    大約有一半的島嶼正在被蝗蟲群佔領。

  • You want to see what that looks like?

    你想看看那是什麼樣子嗎?

  • The locust, and there are billions of them, aren`t targeting people, at least not directly.

    蝗蟲有幾十億只,它們的目標不是人,至少不是直接的。

  • They are eating up all the crops, which means less food for people and less food for animals, too.

    它們把所有的農作物都吃光了,這意味著人的食物減少了,動物的食物也減少了。

  • Officials are worried that this can turn into a humanitarian crisis.

    官員們擔心,這可能會變成一場人道主義危機。

  • They`re asking the United Nations and other countries for help.

    他們正在向聯合國和其他國家尋求幫助。

  • So you might not think anything from your science class would make a good viral video?

    所以你可能不認為你科學課上的任何東西都能成為一個好的病毒視頻?

  • You would be wrong.

    你就錯了。

  • Especially if your class is called the splash lab,

    特別是當你的班級被稱為水花實驗室的時候。

  • the scientists and students working on stuff there do pretty simple stuff:

    科學家和學生在那裡工作的東西做相當簡單的東西。

  • they skip rocks, they break eggs.

    他們跳過石頭,他們打破雞蛋。

  • So it might not seem like that much on the surface,

    所以表面上看起來可能並沒有那麼多。

  • but when you capture it all in superslow motion

    但當你用超慢動作捕捉這一切時

  • there`s a whole lot more to see.

    還有很多東西要看。

  • John Holinghurse (ph) from our affiliate KSL dives into the details.

    我們的附屬機構KSL的John Holinghurse(ph)深入瞭解了細節。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Who says science can`t be cool.

    誰說科學不可以很酷。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It is just playing (ph), isn`t it?

    就是玩玩而已,是吧?

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Or just plain fun.

    或者只是單純的好玩。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Eggs of fun. Good time of year for it, too.

    雞蛋的樂趣。也是一年中的好時節。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Whether it`s spinning eggs in superslow motion or skipping stuff across the water,

    不管是超慢動作的轉蛋,還是在水面上跳東西。

  • these walks are getting a kick out of science and sharing it on Youtube.

    這些散步的人都從科學中得到了樂趣,並在Youtube上分享。

  • But each skip can be slowed down for scientific analysis.

    但每一次跳過都可以放慢速度進行科學分析。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: As the rock comes down into the water, it creates this cavity,

    當岩石落入水中時,就會形成一個空洞。

  • which it rides on the pitch angle creates a lifting force, which causes it to rise up again.

    它所乘的俯仰角產生了一個提升力,使它再次上升。

  • This is one of my favorite parts, watch this here.

    這是我最喜歡的部分之一,看這裡。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: They put high speed cameras to work,

    他們把高速攝影機投入使用。

  • capturing a brief instant of time,

    捕捉短暫的時間瞬間。

  • stretching a second or two of a spinning egg into any eternity.

    將一兩秒的旋轉蛋延伸到任何永恆。

  • The secret of the spinning egg is that milk sometimes colored with dye,

    紡蛋的祕密是牛奶有時會用染料染色。

  • mysteriously climbs up the egg and flings streams of droplets around the kitchen or the lab.

    神祕地爬上雞蛋,在廚房或實驗室裡甩出水滴流。

  • (on camera): It`s very cool.

    (鏡頭中):非常酷。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Isn`t that cool? ` UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Have you advanced the cause of science by seeing this in slow motion?

    是不是很酷?你看到這個慢動作,有沒有推動科學事業的發展?

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I mean in some ways, yes. I mean we`ve figured out a set of mathematical equations that explain exactly what`s happening and I think that`s an advance for sure.

    我是說從某種程度上來說是的我是說,我們已經找出了一套數學公式來解釋發生了什麼,我想這是一個進步。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Ken Langley (ph) is doing his entire master`s thesis on the spinning egg and its ability to pump milk uphill.

    肯-蘭利(Ph)正在做他的整個碩士論文,研究旋轉蛋及其上坡泵奶的能力。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yeah you could definitely (inaudible) to design a pump.

    是的,你肯定可以(聽不清)設計一個泵。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: And this high tech vision of child`s play - skipping rocks across the water,

    這種高科技的視覺效果是兒童的遊戲--在水面上跳石子。

  • involves research that`s actually funded by the U.S. Navy.

    涉及的研究實際上是由美國海軍資助的。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It`s an idea that we`ve had for a long time to understand better how objects behave when they skip on the surface of the water,

    我們一直以來都有一個想法,就是想更好地瞭解物體在水面上跳躍時的行為。

  • whether it`s going to be a weapon or not, is not up to me.

    它是否會成為武器,不是我說了算。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: But for those of us who would cry over spilled milk if we had to write an equation about it,

    但對於我們這些人來說,如果我們不得不寫一個關於它的方程式,他們會為打翻的牛奶哭泣。

  • even we can enjoy the results - very cool splashes revealing the secret world of the very, very slow.

    甚至我們可以享受的結果 - 非常酷的水花揭示了非常,非常緩慢的祕密世界。

  • LANCE: What an eggselent story.

    多麼蛋疼的故事啊。

  • A skeptic might thing those experiments aren`t all they are cracked up to be.

    懷疑論者可能會認為,這些實驗並不完全是他們所破解的。

  • But then slow and behold, the yolks on you.

    但後來慢慢的,你身上的蛋黃。

  • Before we skip out of her, I remind you, the teachers, you can share your feedback on today`s show on our home page.

    在跳過她之前,我提醒各位老師,您可以在我們的主頁上分享您對今天節目的反饋。

  • I`m Natisha Lance . Have a great day.

    我是Natisha Lance祝你有個愉快的一天。

  • END

    結束

NATISHA LANCE, CNN ANCHOR: Hi, everybody. Welcome to CNN STUDENT NEWS.

NATISHA LANCE,CNN主播:嗨,大家好。歡迎來到CNN學生新聞。

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