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  • Yeah, I'd love to start off the show and just say Fridays are awesome, That is all.

    是啊,我很想在節目開始的時候,只是說週五是真棒,就是這樣。

  • I'm Carl Jesus, but we have a little more than that to tell you about today, so let's get right to it.

    我是卡爾-耶穌,但我們今天要告訴你的不止這些,所以我們直接說吧。

  • This is CNN 10.

    這裡是CNN 10。

  • Good news.

    好消息。

  • Bad news for the U.

    對美國來說是個壞消息。

  • S.

    S.

  • Economy.

    經濟;

  • First, the good.

    首先,好的。

  • The Labor Department says initial jobless claims have dropped.

    勞工部表示,初請失業金人數已經下降。

  • This is the number of Americans who are asking the government for help because they've just lost their jobs in layoffs or business cutbacks.

    這是美國人向政府求助的人數,因為他們剛剛在裁員或企業裁員中失去了工作。

  • The latest figure for this is from last week, and it's 837,000 people.

    最新的數據是上週的,是83.7萬人。

  • How can that be good?

    這怎麼可能是好事呢?

  • Well, it's a lower number than many economists expected, and it's the lowest number of initial jobless claims since the coronavirus pandemic struck the U.

    好吧,這比許多經濟學家預期的數字要低,這也是自冠狀病毒大流行襲擊美國以來,首次申請失業救濟的最低數字。

  • S economy in March.

    S經濟在3月份。

  • So that's a sign things could be turning around.

    所以這是一個跡象,事情可能會有轉機。

  • Also, consumer confidence, a measure of how Americans feel about the economy, is up.

    另外,衡量美國人對經濟感受的消費者信心也在上升。

  • The business organization that monitors this says consumer confidence jumped in September by the biggest margin since 2003.

    監測這一情況的商業組織表示,9月份消費者信心指數跳升幅度為2003年以來最大。

  • Thean Decks is still lower than it was before the pandemic, but it shows that people feel that the economy and jobs are moving in the right direction, and this can lead them to spend more money driving the economy forward.

    Thean Decks仍然低於大流行之前的水準,但這表明人們覺得經濟和就業正在朝著正確的方向發展,這可以使他們花更多的錢推動經濟發展。

  • Now for the bad news.

    現在說說壞消息。

  • The airline industry is struggling American and United.

    航空業舉步維艱美國和美聯航。

  • Two major players in the industry say they plan to cut a total of 32,000 jobs.

    業內兩家主要企業表示,他們計劃共削減3.2萬個工作崗位。

  • Travel restrictions and concerns about coronavirus have taken their toll on the airline's.

    旅行限制和對冠狀病毒的擔憂已經對航空公司的。

  • Members of Congress and the Trump administration have been trying to work out another stimulus deal that would involve trillions Maurin government spending and could include $25 billion in additional assistance for airlines if that government stimulus plan passes.

    國會成員和特朗普政府一直在試圖制定另一項刺激協議,該協議將涉及數萬億莫林的政府支出,如果該政府刺激計劃通過,可能會包括250億美元對航空公司的額外援助。

  • Airline industry executives say some of the layoffs could be avoided, but we don't know yet if politicians will reach an agreement.

    航空業高管表示,部分裁員是可以避免的,但我們還不知道政治家們是否會達成協議。

  • The airline industry received 25 billion earlier this year in a stimulus package that passed in March.

    在今年3月通過的經濟刺激計劃中,航空業在今年早些時候獲得了250億。

  • It's not the only group that's hurting with fewer people visiting theme parks and staying at resorts.

    這不是唯一一個受傷的群體,參觀主題公園和住在度假村的人越來越少。

  • Disney says it plans to lay off 28,000 people.

    迪士尼表示,計劃裁員2.8萬人。

  • The U.

    U.

  • S Labor Department's monthly jobs report is due out today.

    S勞工部的月度就業報告將在今天公佈。

  • It gives a snapshot of the unemployment rate and the number of jobs added or lost.

    它提供了失業率和增加或減少的工作崗位數量的概況。

  • That could give us more insight on where things stand on the economy.

    這可以讓我們更深入地瞭解經濟形勢。

  • Now, for some insight on where things stand with the weather from the American plain states to the East Coast, it's beginning to feel a lot like fall.

    現在,要想了解一下從美國平原各州到東海岸的天氣情況,就得先了解一下天氣的情況,現在開始感覺很像秋天了。

  • October has had a cooler start than usual, the National Weather Service says.

    國家氣象局表示,10月的開局比往常更涼爽。

  • Parts of the Midwest are seeing temperatures that air 10 to 15 degrees cooler than this time of month usually brings.

    中西部的部分地區看到的氣溫,空氣比這個時候通常帶來的氣溫低10到15度。

  • But it's a different story on the West Coast.

    但在西海岸就不同了。

  • There it's hot, dry and smoky, not a lot of rain conditions that are dangerous because they could contribute to the spread of the wildfires burning out West.

    那裡炎熱、乾燥、煙霧繚繞,沒有太多的雨水條件,這是很危險的,因為它們可能有助於西部野火的蔓延。

  • It's almost a tale of two countries in terms of the weather America is seeing and CNN 10 contributor Tyler Mauldin tells us why Tyler tis the season for big weather swings.

    美國的天氣幾乎是兩個國家的故事,美國有線電視新聞網(CNN)10日的撰稿人泰勒-毛爾丁(Tyler Mauldin)告訴我們,為什麼泰勒是大天氣波動的季節。

  • Carl and Invisible River of Air, located far above us where jet airplanes fly is the culprit.

    卡爾和看不見的空中之河,位於我們上空遙遠的噴氣式飛機飛行的地方就是罪魁禍首。

  • The eastern two thirds of the country has rainy weather and temperatures 10 to 15 degrees below average, while the western one third of the U.

    我國東部三分之二的地區為陰雨天氣,氣溫比平均氣溫低10至15度,而西部三分之一的烏。

  • S.

    S.

  • Continues to deal with the drought and hot temperatures and deadly fires.

    繼續應對乾旱高溫和死火。

  • Notice how there's a stark line here dividing the conditions that divide is the jet stream or strong currents of air created when warm and cold air masses meet.

    注意這裡有一條鮮明的線條,劃分的條件是當冷暖氣團相遇時產生的噴氣流或強氣流。

  • It's located about 5 to 9 miles up in the air that puts it at flight level, about 35,000 ft.

    它位於5到9英里高的空中,使其處於飛行高度,約35000英尺。

  • The Earth has four jet streams, one at the North Pole, one at the South Pole and then two in the middle near the equator.

    地球上有四條噴流,一條在北極,一條在南極,然後中間靠近赤道的地方有兩條。

  • Due to the Earth.

    由於地球。

  • Spin the jet streams form them.

    旋轉噴射流形成它們。

  • Move from west to east, each one traveling on average at more than 100 MPH.

    由西向東移動,每輛車平均行駛速度超過100英里/小時。

  • During the winter months, the polar jet streams can get up to 250 MPH.

    在冬季的幾個月裡,極地噴射流的速度可以達到250英里/小時。

  • That wind energy can help produce monster storms like a winding river.

    這種風能可以幫助產生怪物風暴,就像一條蜿蜒的河流。

  • They never travel on a perfectly straight line.

    它們從來不會在一條完美的直線上行駛。

  • Oftentimes, when will dive a little farther south, forcing you to bring out the parka and snow shovel in the winter or but north during the summer, causing you to turn the A C on ultrahigh.

    很多時候,什麼時候會向南潛得更遠一些,迫使你在冬天拿出公園大衣和雪鏟,或者在夏天卻向北,導致你把A C開得超高。

  • It also helps meteorologists like myself predict where a weather system will go, since jet streams helped steer where a storm will head.

    它還能幫助像我這樣的氣象學家預測天氣系統的走向,因為噴氣流幫助引導了風暴的走向。

  • Imagine throwing a beach ball in the river and seeing where it ends up.

    想象一下,把一個沙灘球扔進河裡,然後看看它的結局是什麼。

  • It's the same concept with storm systems and the jet stream.

    風暴系統和噴氣流是同樣的概念。

  • And since it is located at 35,000 ft Carl, it could help you get your destination a little faster when you're flying.

    而由於它位於35000英尺的卡爾,當你飛行時,它可以幫助你更快地到達目的地。

  • Yeah, 12th Trivia.

    是啊,12號的小事。

  • Which of these cities was founded the most recently in 1909 Tel Aviv, Israel.

    這些城市中,哪一個城市的建立時間最晚,是在1909年以色列特拉維夫。

  • ST Petersburg, Russia.

    俄羅斯,聖彼得堡。

  • Topeka, Kansas.

    堪薩斯州,託皮卡。

  • Or Tijuana, Mexico.

    或者墨西哥的提華納。

  • Up these places, the Israeli city of Tel Aviv was founded the most recently next today, we're going to rock down to Electric Avenue.

    上這些地方,以色列的特拉維夫市建立了最近的下今天,我們要搖到電氣大道。

  • That's what I'm calling it, anyway.

    反正我是這麼叫的。

  • There's a street in Tel Aviv where an experiment is taking place to electrically powered the road.

    特拉維夫有一條街道,正在進行一項實驗,以電力驅動道路。

  • What that means, if this works, is that a stretch of the street would charge car batteries while the vehicles drove over it.

    如果這個辦法可行的話,這意味著,當車輛駛過街道時,一段街道將為汽車電池充電。

  • A trialist scheduled to begin this December and the system will need to be tested for a couple months before passengers can actually use it.

    計劃於今年12月開始試運行,在乘客真正使用之前,該系統需要測試幾個月。

  • But if all goes according to plan, Chris James looks ahead to where it could lead Chris.

    但如果一切按計劃進行,克里斯-詹姆斯展望了一下可能會把克里斯。

  • Hey, Carl, I don't know about you, But growing up, I had grand visions of what future technology would look like.

    嘿,卡爾,我不知道你是怎麼想的,但在我的成長過程中,我對未來的科技有一個宏偉的設想。

  • Flying cars, self driving trucks.

    飛行汽車、自駕卡車。

  • I mean, I even thought that one day we'd be able to teleport.

    我的意思是,我甚至認為,有一天我們能夠傳送。

  • Obviously, the reality is that in 2020 we are a long way from some of those sci fi advancements.

    顯然,現實是,在2020年,我們離一些科幻的進步還很遠。

  • However, there are some truly exciting and cutting edge tech developments happening around the world.

    然而,世界上發生了一些真正激動人心的尖端科技發展。

  • And today I want to tell you about one.

    而今天我想告訴大家一個。

  • The city of Tel Aviv.

    特拉維夫市。

  • Israel is creating a wireless electric road, which could eventually power cars throughout the city.

    以色列正在創建一條無線電動道路,最終可以為整個城市的汽車供電。

  • This project is part of a pilot program in collaboration with electric on AH company, developing a system that can charge electric vehicles while they are moving.

    該項目是與Electric on AH公司合作的試點項目的一部分,開發了一個可以在電動汽車行駛中充電的系統。

  • The electric road itself will initially be about half a mile long, and the infrastructure under the road will charge especially equipped Busses with power.

    電動道路本身最初將長約半英里,道路下的基礎設施將為特別裝備的Buss充電。

  • It's an intricate underground system.

    這是一個複雜的地下系統。

  • A set of copper coils are placed beneath the asphalt of the street, and the energy is transferred from the electricity grid to the road infrastructure and manages communication with the approaching vehicles.

    一組銅線圈被放置在街道的瀝青下面,能量從電網傳輸到道路基礎設施,並管理與接近車輛的通信。

  • A spokesperson for the city told CNN.

    該市發言人告訴CNN。

  • They've been hard at work on this construction of this futuristic road and that if it's successful, they'll expand the program and bring it toe other streets around the city.

    他們一直在努力建設這條充滿未來感的道路,如果成功的話,他們會把這個項目擴大到城市的其他街道。

  • The mayor of Tel Aviv saying it's all part of the city's strategic action plan to fight against pollution and prepare for climate change.

    特拉維夫市長說,這都是城市戰略行動計劃的一部分,以對抗汙染和準備應對氣候變化。

  • According to the New York Times, the Israeli government has invested millions into the project.

    據《紐約時報》報道,以色列政府已向該項目投資數百萬美元。

  • I'm sure many city officials and urban developers around the world will be watching and taking notes to see how this goes, as they really could be paving the roads of the future Back to you, Carl.

    我相信世界各地的許多城市官員和城市開發商都會關注並記錄下來,看看這一切會如何發展,因為他們真的可以為未來鋪平道路。 回到你身邊,卡爾。

  • It's time to go behind the scenes of CNN.

    是時候去CNN的幕後了。

  • 10.

    10.

  • How can you verify reliable sources of information?

    如何驗證可靠的資訊來源?

  • And how do we were explaining that is part of a partnership with A T and T s Youth Voices collective in a Siris of special editions.

    我們如何解釋,是與A T和T S青年之聲集體在Siris特別版中合作的一部分。

  • They feature yours truly and student questions about journalism.

    他們的特色是你們和學生關於新聞的問題。

  • The latest video is available right now.

    最新的視頻現在就可以看到。

  • You can find it at CNN 10 com and youtube dot com slash CNN 10 for 10 out of 10.

    你可以在CNN 10 com和youtube dot com找到它,斜線CNN 10為10分。

  • 0, my goodness.

    0,我的天。

  • Just look at the size of these pumpkins.

    看看這些南瓜的大小。

  • Wow, Carl, How big are they?

    哇,卡爾,它們有多大?

  • Big enough to be part of the Ginormous Pumpkin Festival in Wisconsin.

    大到可以參加威斯康星州的Ginormous南瓜節。

  • Folks there know how to grow him.

    那裡的人知道如何種植他。

  • This is the second year in a row they've held the festival, and as far as the winter goes well, you can't pick it up in a pumpkin patch.

    這已經是他們連續第二年舉辦這個節日了,至於冬天的好,在南瓜地裡是撿不到的。

  • 2000 and £15.

    2000年和15英鎊。

  • And that was worth the $2500 grand prize for the people who grew it.

    而對於種植它的人來說,這2500元的大獎也是值得的。

  • Titanic tomatoes, weighty watermelons and seismic squash were also part of the event, and there was a beauty contest to which this pumpkin one Gord looking.

    泰坦尼克西紅柿、重量級西瓜和地震瓜也是活動的一部分,還有一個選美比賽,這個南瓜一個高德看。

  • It was gorgeous, a vine specimen, simply fruits in aiding carved debating pump cartoonist, the obvious hallow winner.

    它是華麗的的,藤蔓標本,簡直果實在協助雕琢辯論泵漫畫家,明顯的的大廳贏家。

  • Of course, they would carve out time to wreck Gordon ISAT.

    當然,他們會抽出時間來禍害戈登ISAT。

  • And who needs a beauty pageant when you can have a pumpkin patch int Devil High School?

    當你能在魔鬼高中開個南瓜地時,誰還需要選美比賽?

  • You're looking great from Monroe, Louisiana.

    你從路易斯安那州的門羅來的,看起來很不錯。

  • Thank you for your comment on our YouTube channel.

    謝謝你對我們YouTube頻道的評論。

  • I'm Carla Zeus and CNN.

    我是卡拉-宙斯和CNN。

  • 10.

    10.

  • We'll see you on Monday.

    我們週一見。

  • Mhm.

Yeah, I'd love to start off the show and just say Fridays are awesome, That is all.

是啊,我很想在節目開始的時候,只是說週五是真棒,就是這樣。

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