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  • Mhm.

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Mhm.

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • Right.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Hi, I'm Carla Zeus.

    嗨,我是卡拉宙斯。

  • We are wrapping up the week here on CNN 10.

    我們將在CNN10頻道結束本週的工作。

  • Your daily overview of world events.

    您每天的世界大事概述。

  • And, of course, we're always happy to have you watching the U.

    當然,我們也一直很樂意讓你關注U。

  • S.

    S.

  • House of Representatives just held a hearing on the issue of discrimination and violence against Asian Americans.

    眾議院剛剛就亞裔美國人的歧視和暴力問題舉行了聽證會。

  • Experts say these problems have been increasing since the coronavirus pandemic began early last year.

    專家表示,自去年年初冠狀病毒大流行以來,這些問題一直在增加。

  • The disease outbreak started in China, and Chinese Americans have been the group targeted the most frequently in the US.

    疾病的爆發是從中國開始的,而在美國,美國華人一直是被攻擊最多的群體。

  • That's according to the nonprofit social organization Stop a a P.

    這是根據非營利性社會組織Stop a a P。

  • I hate a a P I standing for Asian American Pacific Islander communities.

    我討厭一個P I代表亞美太平洋島民社區。

  • It says it's received roughly 3800 complaints of harassment and violence against Asian Americans since March 19th of last year.

    它說,自去年3月19日以來,它收到了大約3800起針對亞裔美國人的騷擾和暴力的投訴。

  • That's when stopped.

    這時停了下來。

  • A P I hate began tracking this information so it doesn't have perspective on how that compares to the year 2019 before the pandemic.

    A P我討厭開始追蹤這些資訊,所以它沒有透視,與大流行之前的2019年相比。

  • It also says most of the complaints it's received are not hate crimes that 68% of them are reports of verbal harassment.

    它還表示,它收到的大多數投訴都不是仇恨犯罪,其中68%是口頭騷擾的報告。

  • 20% involved what the group called shunning or avoidance, and 11% included physical assault.

    20%涉及該群體所謂的逃避或迴避,11%包括人身攻擊。

  • But experts say hate crimes against Asian Americans did increase by almost 150% last year in American cities.

    但專家表示,去年美國城市針對亞裔美國人的仇恨犯罪確實增加了近150%。

  • And the House hearing aimed to address the recent surge in discrimination as well as the history of what's been directed at Asian Americans, which dates back to the 18 hundreds.

    而眾議院的聽證會旨在解決最近激增的歧視以及針對亞裔美國人的歷史,這可以追溯到18世紀。

  • Oh, a hate crime is defined as a criminal offense motivated by bias or prejudice.

    哦,仇恨犯罪的定義是由偏見或成見引起的刑事犯罪。

  • Now hate itself is not a crime, and hate speech is protected by the First Amendment.

    現在仇恨本身並不是犯罪,仇恨言論受到第一修正案的保護。

  • The term hate crime only came into common use in the 19 eighties, but those kinds of crimes, of course, existed long before we use this official label.

    仇恨犯罪這個詞在1980年代才被普遍使用,但這些類型的犯罪,當然在我們使用這個官方標籤之前就已經存在了。

  • For them, laws to protect against what we now call hate crimes didn't come around until the 19 sixties.

    對他們來說,防止我們現在所說的仇恨犯罪的法律直到1960年代才出現。

  • Propelled by the civil rights movement, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 paved the way for the first federal hate crime legislation in 1968.

    在民權運動的推動下,1964年的《民權法》為1968年的第一部聯邦仇恨犯罪立法鋪平了道路。

  • There you go.

    這就對了

  • It was the Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2000 and nine that added federal protections against crimes committed on the basis of gender, disability and sexual orientation.

    2000年的《預防仇恨犯罪法》和9項法律增加了針對基於性別、殘疾和性取向的犯罪的聯邦保護措施。

  • As far as tracking hate crimes the FBI didn't even begin doing that until the 19 nineties, following the passage of the Hate Crime Statistics Act of 1990.

    至於跟蹤仇恨犯罪,聯邦調查局甚至直到1990年通過《仇恨犯罪統計法》後的1990年代才開始這樣做。

  • Hate crimes cannot be tolerated in a free society, but when we try to understand just how many of these crimes are being committed, we see that the data is incomplete for a lot of reasons, the Department of Justice notes.

    司法部指出,在一個自由的社會中,仇恨犯罪是不能容忍的,但當我們試圖瞭解到底有多少人正在犯下這些罪行時,我們看到數據是不完整的,原因有很多。

  • Most hate crimes themselves are not reported to law enforcement.

    大多數仇恨犯罪本身並沒有向執法部門報告。

  • Victims are sometimes afraid to report these types of crimes.

    受害者有時害怕報告這些類型的犯罪。

  • And for the crimes that are reported, it can be challenging to prove an offender's intent.

    而對於被舉報的犯罪行為,要證明犯罪者的意圖是有難度的。

  • On top of that, the very definition of what a hate crime is varies from state to state.

    最重要的是,各州對仇恨犯罪的定義各不相同。

  • 12th trivia.

    12日的小知識。

  • Which of these scientific discoveries was confirmed in 17 58?

    這些科學發現中,哪些是在17 58年被證實的?

  • Haley's comet Gravity, Bernoulli's principle or penicillin?

    海利彗星引力,伯努利原理還是青黴素?

  • Even though Edmund Haley died in 17 42 his prediction that the famous comment would return came true.

    儘管埃德蒙-海利在17 42年去世,但他的預言,即著名的評論將返回實現。

  • In 17 58 scientists say that back in October 2017, the first interstellar object that's ever been observed flew through our solar system.

    17 58年科學家說,早在2017年10月,有史以來第一個被觀測到的星際物體飛過太陽系。

  • They estimated it was traveling at 196,000 MPH, and since then it has disappeared.

    他們估計它以196000英里/小時的速度行駛,此後它就消失了。

  • But they have continued to study and try to understand it ever since, at first, researchers thought it could have been a comet.

    但自從一開始,研究人員認為它可能是一顆彗星之後,他們就一直在研究並試圖瞭解它。

  • But in comparing it to another interstellar comet, this one, they found that the new object had a mysterious tumbling motion as it flew and that it didn't have a commentary tail.

    但在與另一顆星際彗星--這顆彗星進行對比時,他們發現新物體在飛行時有一種神祕的翻滾運動,而且它沒有評論尾巴。

  • Now there's a new theory that the pancake shaped object was part of a dwarf planet like Pluto that somehow broke off from another solar system and traveled near ours.

    現在有一種新的理論認為 這個薄餅狀的物體是像冥王星這樣的矮行星的一部分 不知何故從另一個太陽系分離出來,並在我們的附近旅行。

  • Yeah, this object is simply a piece of another solar system that was expelled, and it has been traveling through interstellar space for hundreds of millions of years.

    是的,這個天體只是另一個太陽系被驅逐的碎片,它已經在星際空間中旅行了數億年。

  • Billions of years.

    億萬年。

  • We don't know.

    我們不知道。

  • Do you think?

    你覺得呢?

  • Everybody, maybe even you?

    每個人,甚至是你?

  • Mm hmm.

    嗯哼。

  • Mhm.

  • We don't see that in our solar system.

    我們在太陽系中沒有看到這種情況。

  • None of the asteroids in our solar system looked like that.

    我們太陽系的小行星都不像這樣。

  • So it's very puzzling how it could have obtained this shape.

    所以很是疑惑,它怎麼會得到這種形狀。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • Mhm.

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • We're taking you on a trip down U.

    我們要帶你到U.S.去旅行。

  • S.

    S.

  • One today.

    今天一個。

  • It's also known as the Overseas Highway that connects mainland Florida with Key West in the early 20th century.

    它也被稱為海外公路,在20世紀初連接佛羅里達大陸和基韋斯特。

  • This was the route of Henry Flagler's overseas railroad that connected the Keys, but after that was partially destroyed by the Labor Day hurricane of 1935.

    這是亨利-弗拉格勒的海外鐵路連接各島的路線,但之後被1935年的勞動節颶風部分摧毀。

  • A highway was built over the railroad, and since it was completed in 1938 it's allowed drivers to access the southernmost point in the United States.

    在鐵路上修建了一條高速公路,自1938年建成後,它讓司機們可以進入美國最南端。

  • Here's CNN 10.

    這裡是CNN 10。

  • Contributor.

    撰稿人:

  • Chris James Hey, Carl, As I've told you before, I am a huge fan of road trips, you know, sunglasses on windows down, blasting the music as high as you can.

    克里斯-詹姆斯 嘿,卡爾,我以前跟你說過,我是公路旅行的超級粉絲,你知道的,戴著墨鏡,把車窗降下來,放著儘可能高的音樂。

  • Nothing beats it.

    沒有什麼能比它更好。

  • So for today's virtual field trip, I am taking you on one of the most incredibly beautiful highways in the country.

    所以,今天的虛擬實地考察,我將帶你走在全國最美的一條高速公路上。

  • This is the overseas highway, which takes you from the mainland of Florida all the way to Key West, which is the southernmost point of the continental United States.

    這就是海外高速公路,從佛羅里達州大陸一直到美國大陸最南端的基韋斯特。

  • The road is 112 miles long, and for much of the drive you literally have a 3 60 degree view of the ocean on both sides of the car.

    這條路全長112英里,在開車的大部分時間裡,你真的可以在車的兩側看到3個60度的海景。

  • The Florida Keys are a collection of small islands that curve outwards into the Atlantic Ocean.

    佛羅里達群島是由一群小島組成,向外彎曲進入大西洋。

  • While most people make this trip with the eventual goal of getting to Key West.

    雖然大多數人此行的最終目標是去基韋斯特。

  • There are plenty of other cool stops along the way.

    沿途還有很多其他很酷的站點。

  • If you are like me and you're interested in discovering places that are a bit off the beaten path, one stop you can make is in Marathon Florida.

    如果你和我一樣,你有興趣去發現一些人跡罕至的地方,你可以去佛羅里達州的馬拉松停一下。

  • Legend has it that this city got its name from the workers who put in massive labor to build a railroad through the keys.

    傳說中,這座城市的名字是由那些投入大量勞力修築一條通過鑰匙的鐵路的工人得來的。

  • The work, they said, was a real marathon.

    他們說,這項工作是一場真正的馬拉松。

  • Get it?

    明白了嗎?

  • The name stuck, and today you can go there to visit the Turtle Hospital.

    這個名字堅持下來了,今天你可以去那裡參觀海龜醫院。

  • Now, another really cool stop on this drive is in Key Largo.

    現在,這趟車的另一個非常酷的一站是在基拉戈。

  • This is one of the best spots in the world for scuba divers.

    這裡是世界上最適合潛水員的地方之一。

  • A few miles offshore, the sandy ocean floor is filled with natural and manmade reefs and the skeletons of historic shipwrecks.

    離岸幾英里的沙質海底,充滿了天然和人造的礁石,以及歷史上沉船的骨架。

  • Jules Undersea Lodge is the self proclaimed world's first underwater hotel.

    朱爾斯海底小屋自稱是世界上第一家海底酒店。

  • After checking in, guests have to dive 8.5 metres into their rooms.

    入住後,客人要潛入8.5米的房間。

  • Now the highlight of this day is having a pizza or lobster dinner delivered to the room by a scuba diver.

    現在,這一天的重頭戲是由潛水員送比薩或龍蝦晚餐到房間。

  • And if you're like me and don't know how to scuba dive, the hotel also offers beginners lessons back to you, Carl.

    如果你和我一樣,不知道如何潛水,酒店還提供初級課程回你,卡爾。

  • Virtual museum tours have seen an uptick since this covid thing happened, but how many of them do you get to control yourself?

    自從covid這件事發生後,虛擬博物館的參觀量出現了上升的趨勢,但你自己能控制住多少呢?

  • Here's one.

    這裡有一個。

  • The art gallery at Virginia's Old Dominion University wanted to offer tours for people at home.

    弗吉尼亞州老多米尼克大學的藝術館想為人們提供參觀服務,在家裡。

  • So they invented Gordon, which is kind of like a segue with an iPad on it.

    所以他們發明了戈登,這有點像一個帶iPad的轉場。

  • And for $15 or less for O.

    而對於15元以內的O。

  • D.

    D.

  • U students, people can remotely operate Gordon taking a virtual and robotic tour through the gallery, one interesting and a museum ng segue and remote of transportation to Rover around.

    U學生,人們可以遠程操作戈登採取虛擬和機器人旅遊,通過畫廊,一個有趣的和一個博物館NG轉接和遠程的交通羅孚周圍。

  • Then you can't gallery really be there to canvass the cited art appreciation.

    那你就不能畫廊真的在那裡拉票引藝術欣賞。

  • That's like a curated collage of puns that decorates our show this Friday because Friday is our arts.

    這就像一個精心策劃的雙關語拼貼畫,裝飾著我們這個週五的節目,因為週五是我們的藝術。

  • Um, I'm Carla Zeus, and it's time for us to park for the weekend with Villa Park High School.

    嗯,我是卡拉宙斯,現在是時候讓我們停車 週末與別墅公園高中。

Mhm.

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