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  • Hi. Thanks for watching this January 10th edition of CNN 10. My name is Carl Azuz.

    嗨,感謝收看1月10日的CNN10臺。我的名字是卡爾-阿蘇茲。

  • We`re explaining news happening around the world, starting with evacuations of thousands

    我們正在解釋世界各地發生的新聞,從數千人的疏散開始。

  • of people in southern California. Huge parts of this region

    的人在南加州。該地區的大部分地區

  • had been scorched by wildfires over the past year and a half, and that`s partly responsible

    在過去一年半的時間裡被野火燒得焦頭爛額,這也是部分原因。

  • for the latest disaster people there are facing.

    為那裡的人們面臨的最新災難。

  • Mudslides, heavy rains have been falling in places like Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.

    文圖拉縣和聖巴巴拉縣等地出現泥石流、暴雨。

  • And because the fires burned away so much vegetation in the area, there are fewer trees

    而且因為大火燒掉了該地區的很多植被,所以樹木較少。

  • and bushes to help prevent floods. So, mud, tree limbs, and

    和灌木叢來幫助防止洪水。所以,泥土、樹枝和。

  • garbage are flowing like rivers, sweeping across busy roads and they`ve wiped several

    垃圾像河水一樣流淌著,橫掃在繁忙的道路上,他們已經抹掉了好幾處。

  • homes off their foundations.

    房屋的地基。

  • This area is no stranger to mudslides. An official from the National Weather Service

    這個地區對泥石流並不陌生。國家氣象局的一位官員

  • says they can be caused by a rainfall rate of a half inch

    說它們可能是由半英寸的降雨率引起的。

  • per hour.

    每小時。

  • On Tuesday, some parts of southern California got more than three times that in an hour.

    週二,南加州的一些地區在一個小時內得到了超過三倍的。

  • That`s led authorities to give evacuation warnings or

    導致當局發出疏散警告或。

  • orders to tens of thousands of people.

    命令數萬人。

  • One of the alerts from officials in Santa Barbara County said simply, leave debris flow

    聖塔芭芭拉縣官員的其中一個警報簡單地說,離開碎片流。

  • areas now. Go to high ground.

    地區現在。去高處。

  • A resident named Benjamin Hyatt who sent CNN these pictures said that two to three feet

    一位名叫Benjamin Hyatt的居民給CNN發來了這些照片,他說,兩到三英尺高的

  • of mud surrounded his house in an instant, like a dam

    泥漿瞬間包圍了他的房子,就像一個大壩。

  • breaking. Officials say at least five people have been killed in these storms, and last

    突破。官員說,至少有5人在這些風暴中喪生,而去年

  • night, more rain was expected, worsening fears of

    夜間,預計會有更多的降雨,加劇了人們對未來的恐懼。

  • flooding.

    淹沒。

  • In the U.S., flash floods kill more people than tornadoes, hurricanes or lightning.

    在美國,山洪災害造成的死亡人數比龍捲風、颶風或閃電還要多。

  • A flash flood creates a rush of moving water that can sweep a grown man off his feet, a

    山洪暴發產生的湍急的水流可以把一個成年人沖走,這就是所謂的 "山洪"。

  • car off the road, and even your entire home off its foundation.

    車子不在路上,甚至你的整個家也不在地基上。

  • When the ground become so saturated that water can no longer seep into the soil, it begins

    當地面變得如此飽和,以至於水不能再滲入土壤中時,它就會開始。

  • to run off quickly into rivers and streams and this causes

    迅速流向河流和溪流,這就造成了一個新的問題。

  • a rise in water and a flash.

    水漲船高,曇花一現。

  • Densely populated areas have an extremely high risk of flash flooding, with the additional

    人口密集區發生山洪災害的風險極高,附加的

  • concrete and less grassy areas for the water to soak into

    混凝土和較少的草地,讓水浸入其中

  • the soil, and they can see flash flooding very quickly.

    土,他們可以很快看到山洪。

  • In a mountainous terrain, the combination of gravity, plus the easy runoff can lead

    在山地裡,由於重力的作用,加上容易流淌,會導致

  • to catastrophic flooding, when all of that water is funneled into

    到災難性的洪水,當所有的水都被灌入

  • the rivers, creeks, and even the valleys.

    的河流、小溪,甚至山谷。

  • Remember, flash flooding can happen in the blink of an eye. That`s why it`s so important

    請記住,山洪可能發生在眨眼之間。這就是為什麼它是如此重要

  • to stay alert and pay attention in case a flash flood

    以保持警惕和注意,以防山洪爆發。

  • watch or warning is issued for your area.

    你所在的地區發出了警戒或警告。

  • Ten-second trivia.

    十秒鐘的小事。

  • Which of these scales was named for a Swedish astronomer who lived in the 1700s?

    這些天平中哪一個是以一位生活在17世紀的瑞典天文學家命名的?

  • Celsius, Fahrenheit, Saffir-Simpson, or Richter?

    攝氏度,華氏度,薩菲爾-辛普森,還是里氏度?

  • The Celsius temperature scale was invented by Anders Celsius in 1742.

    攝氏溫標是由安德斯-攝氏在1742年發明的。

  • While parts of the U.S. East Coast recently endured record breaking cold, thanks to the

    雖然美國東海岸部分地區最近經歷了破紀錄的寒冷,但由於

  • bomb cyclone we told you about last week, Sydney,

    上週我們跟你說過的炸彈旋風,雪梨。

  • Australia, the nation`s most populated city, recently sweltered under abnormally high temperatures,

    澳洲,這個全國人口最多的城市,最近在異常的高溫下悶熱起來。

  • 47.3 degree Celsius, which converts to more

    47.3攝氏度,換算成人民幣就是更多。

  • than 117 degrees Fahrenheit. It led to warnings about everything, from dehydration and sun

    超過117華氏度的高溫。這導致了對所有事情的警告,從脫水和晒太陽

  • exposure, to dangers about potential fires.

    暴露於潛在火災的危險之中。

  • It`s not quite a record in the Australian city. That was set in 1939 when temperatures

    這不是澳洲城市的記錄。那是在1939年創造的,當時的氣溫

  • were about one degree higher. But when they dropped on Monday

    高了大約一度。但當他們在週一下降時

  • to what was called a colder 33 degree Celsius or 91 degrees Fahrenheit, that was characterized

    到所謂的更冷的33攝氏度或91華氏度,其特點是...。

  • a relief.

    緩解。

  • So far today, we`ve discussed fires, floods, mudslides and blast of cold and hot weather.

    今天到目前為止,我們已經討論了火災,洪水,泥石流和冷熱天氣的爆炸。

  • These things are usually taken into account when people

    這些東西通常是人們在考慮

  • build new homes or developers plan communities. There`s a tremendous list of options for building

    建造新的房屋或開發商規劃社區。有一個巨大的選擇列表,建設

  • materials: wood and steel, types of flooring and

    材料:木頭和鋼材,地板的類型和品質。

  • climate control, levels of insulation, and there are pros and cons to everything.

    氣候控制,保溫水準,凡事有利有弊。

  • Next, we`re featuring some materials that could surround us in homes of the future.

    接下來,我們將介紹一些未來家居中可能圍繞我們的材料。

  • Our homes of the future may not look different, but how they`re built may be completely new.

    我們未來的家園可能看起來沒有什麼不同,但它們的建造方式可能是全新的。

  • Building materials

    建築材料

  • are getting a makeover and companies are rethinking how homes are designed.

    正在進行改造,公司也在重新思考如何設計家居。

  • So, right now, we are essentially in the penthouse? Why isn`t this a fancy apartment?

    所以現在我們基本上是在頂樓?為什麼這裡不是高級公寓?

  • For BioMason, innovation means redesigning one of construction`s most popular materials.

    對於BioMason來說,創新意味著重新設計最受歡迎的建築材料之一。

  • And you`re actually tending (ph) then grow the cement, right?

    而你實際上是在打理(ph),然後種植水泥,對嗎?

  • That`s right.

    是的

  • How do you actually do that?

    你到底是怎麼做的?

  • We take bacteria and we put it in our aggregate and grows around each grain of aggregate as

    我們把細菌放在我們的骨料裡,然後在每一粒骨料的周圍生長,作為。

  • cement components. It literally is

    水泥成分。它的字面意思是

  • just using the same organisms that are already doing things similar --

    只是使用相同的生物體,已經做了類似的事情, -

  • In nature.

    在自然界中。

  • -- in our environment, exactly.

    -- 在我們的環境中,確切地說。

  • Right.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Building the homes of the future may mean planning for catastrophes. Hurricane Sandy

    建設未來的家園可能意味著要為災難做好規劃。颶風桑迪

  • devastated New York in 2012. A few weeks later, JDS

    2012年,紐約遭到了嚴重的破壞。幾周後,JDS

  • Development started planning their newest high rise.

    發展開始規劃他們最新的高層。

  • When we started designing this building right after Hurricane Sandy, we were working with

    當我們在颶風 "桑迪 "過後開始設計這棟建築時,我們正與以下公司合作

  • a group of 50 or 60 people that had

    五六十人

  • all just live through the problem. As we went around the room and we said, what happened

    都只是通過問題生活。當我們在房間裡走來走去,我們說,發生了什麼事?

  • to you?

    對你來說?

  • They designed a flood proofing measures below the building and installed a fleet of generators

    他們設計了建築物下面的防洪措施,並安裝了一批發電機組。

  • where the penthouse would be.

    閣樓會在哪裡。

  • For most buildings, at least in Manhattan don`t do this.

    至少在曼哈頓的大多數建築都不會這樣做。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: No, nobody does this. The notion that you can`t leave or that shouldn`t

    不,沒有人這樣做。你不能離開或不應該離開的概念。

  • leave or it`s safer in your building than outside is a

    離開,否則你的樓裡比外面更安全。

  • relatively new concept.

    相對較新的概念。

  • Natural gas powered generators means that residents will have power even if the rest

    天然氣動力發電機意味著,即使其他地區的居民也會有電。

  • in Manhattan is in the dark.

    在曼哈頓是在黑暗中。

  • In the future, smart tech won`t be limited to inside your home. How we`re building is

    在未來,智能科技將不僅僅侷限於你的家裡面。我們的建築方式是

  • changing, even if you can`t see it.

    變化,即使你看不到它。

  • So, those are some possible future materials. What about the stuff that will go into future

    所以,這些都是未來可能的一些材料。那未來的東西呢?

  • homes, specifically, the technology? That`s what

    家,具體來說,技術?那是什麼?

  • CES is all about, the Consumer Electronics Show.

    CES的意義在於,消費電子展。

  • It`s an annual trade show where technological innovations play the staring role. It`s been

    這是一個一年一度的貿易展,技術創新在其中扮演著重要的角色。它已經

  • going on for more than half a century and this year`s

    已有半個多世紀的歷史,而今年的 "中國國際廣播電臺 "也是如此。

  • event is being held in Las Vegas Nevada where almost 4,000 companies are exhibiting their

    在內華達州的拉斯維加斯,有近4000家公司在這裡展出他們的產品。

  • work for the more than 170,000 people in attendance.

    為17萬多人参加的工作。

  • Not all of the ideas presented here take off. But they do give us an idea of where manufacturers

    這裡提出的想法並非都能起飛。但它們確實為我們提供了一個關於製造商的想法。

  • think technology is headed.

    認為科技的發展方向。

  • The top trends that we`re seeing out here this year: number one, voice assistance. Whether

    今年我們在這裡看到的最主要趨勢:第一,語音輔助。無論是

  • it`s Amazon`s

    這是亞馬遜的

  • Alexa or Google`s voice assistant, it seems like every piece of technology here wants

    Alexa或谷歌的語音助手,似乎這裡的每一項技術都想。

  • to integrate so that they can just have you speaking to control

    集成,這樣他們就可以只讓你說話來控制。

  • their devices.

    他們的設備。

  • Also, cities planning for a future with fewer drivers. That doesn`t just mean driverless

    此外,城市規劃未來少了司機。這不僅僅是指無人駕駛

  • cars. It means that cities are looking for ways so that

    汽車。這意味著各城市都在尋找方法,以便使

  • stoplights can now that there`s an accident right there, communicate to your self-driving

    紅綠燈現在可以有一個事故就在那裡,傳達給你的自動駕駛。

  • Uber car, that there`s an accident there and that they

    Uber的車,在那裡發生了事故,而他們

  • need to go a different direction. So, a big ecosystem for the cars and cities to function

    需要換一個方向。所以,一個大的生態系統,讓汽車和城市發揮作用

  • together.

    一起。

  • And plus, sports tech going pro. What does that mean exactly? Well, we`ve seen a lot

    再加上,體育科技走向專業。這到底是什麼意思?我們看到很多

  • of wearables come and go. But now, a lot of companies are

    的可穿戴設備來來去去。但現在,很多公司都

  • looking to get very specific, not just the macro market, but a lot of times, micro markets,

    找得很具體,不僅僅是宏觀市場,很多時候,微觀市場。

  • just for athletes, just for the elderly.

    只是為了運動員,只是為了老人。

  • Now, every year at CES, there`s so much about television. Some years, they lead us astray.

    現在,每年的CES展會上,都有那麼多關於電視的內容。有些年份,他們把我們引入了歧途。

  • 3D televisions, remember that? Well, when was the last

    3D電視,還記得嗎?那麼,最後一次是什麼時候

  • time you saw somebody with 3D glasses?

    你什麼時候看到有人戴3D眼鏡?

  • Then, there were curve televisions, but who needs that when you have a television that

    然後,有曲線電視,但誰需要,當你有一個電視,。

  • you can roll up, like a yoga mat? Though I don`t think

    你可以捲起來,像瑜伽墊一樣?雖然我不認為

  • you`d be taking this one to a yoga class.

    你會帶著這個去上瑜伽課。

  • LG Display has this prototype and it is just a prototype, so no price tag right now. They

    LG Display有這款原型機,而且只是原型機,所以現在還沒有標價。他們

  • just make screens. They`re hoping that one day, the

    僅僅是製作螢幕。他們希望有一天

  • actual TV set manufacturers might integrate this technology, so you can have a TV that

    實際的電視機廠商可能會整合這項技術,這樣你就可以擁有一臺能讓你的電視。

  • can just roll up and disappear out of the way in your house.

    可以直接捲起來,消失在你的房子裡。

  • But it doesn`t never really disappear since there is that box right there where it sits.

    但它並沒有真正消失,因為有那個盒子就在那裡。

  • LG thinks that maybe you want to see your television at different heights, so you can

    LG認為,也許你想在不同的高度上看你的電視,所以你可以。

  • see what music is playing or the weather at that smaller height.

    在那個較小的高度上,可以看到正在播放的音樂或天氣。

  • Then, maybe it goes. But no so tall so you have a wider format, like we`re used to in

    那麼,也許它可以去。但沒有那麼高,所以你有一個更寬的格式,就像我們習慣的。

  • movie theaters, or maybe just going all the way up and using

    電影院,或者乾脆一路走高,用上

  • your television the way we`re all accustomed to using it now, 16 by 9, just to watch TV

    你的電視就像我們現在習慣用的那樣,16×9,只是為了看電視。

  • shows. Imagine that.

    顯示。想象一下

  • Cheesesteaks can help people grow in a number of ways. They can also serve as an entertaining,

    芝士排可以在很多方面幫助人們成長。它們也可以作為一種娛樂。

  • measuring tool.

    測量工具。

  • A father in Philadelphia once noticed that his dinner was about the same length as his

    費城的一位父親曾經注意到,他的晚餐和他的晚餐長度差不多。

  • infant son. So, he started tracking his baby`s growth in

    嬰幼兒的兒子。於是,他開始跟蹤他的寶寶的成長情況,在

  • relation to the length of a cheesesteak. This has gone on for two years and the boy has

    與芝士排的長度有關。這種情況已經持續了兩年,而這個男孩已經。

  • significantly outgrown both the size of the steaks, and

    顯著地超過了牛排的大小,和。

  • having his picture taken with them.

    與他們合影。

  • After all, his name is Lucas, not Hoagy. And maybe he`s getting tired of being sandwiched

    畢竟,他的名字是盧卡斯,不是胡基。也許他已經厭倦了被夾在中間的感覺

  • between the camera and meal time or jokes about where`s

    鏡頭和吃飯時間之間,或者開玩笑說哪裡有

  • the beef? Maybe he`s a budding vegetarian, or may be he just thinks this whole idea is

    牛肉?也許他是個新晉素食主義者,或者他只是覺得這整個想法是。

  • cheesy, even though it`s clearly not a mis-steak.

    俗氣,儘管它顯然不是錯牛排。

  • I`m Carl Azuz for CNN 10.

    我是CNN10臺的卡爾-阿祖茲。

Hi. Thanks for watching this January 10th edition of CNN 10. My name is Carl Azuz.

嗨,感謝收看1月10日的CNN10臺。我的名字是卡爾-阿蘇茲。

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