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We brainstormed and designed a host of programs to unclog the plumbing of the financial system and to keep credit flowing我们通过头脑风暴 想出了一系列应对措施来疏通整个金融系统 让信贷保持流动Not everything worked but we kept at it and we remained focused on the task at hand并非所有措施都能奏效 但我们没有放弃一直专注于手中紧要的任务I learned the lesson during this period that ones response to the inevitable setbacks matters as much as the balance of victories and defeats这段时期让我学到了一点:一个人对难以避免的错误所作出的反应同胜利与失败之间的平衡同样重要There is an unfortunate myth that success is mainly determined by something called ;ability;很不幸的是 很多人都误以为成功主要由;能力;决定But research indicates that our best measures of these qualities are unreliable predictors of performance in academics or employment不过研究显示 能力并不是成功的最主要决定因素它并不能可靠预测出谁会在学术上或职场中取得好成绩Psychologist Angela Lee Duckworth says that what really matters is a quality she calls ;grit;心理学家安吉拉·李·达克沃斯认为最重要的品质是;决心;an abiding commitment to work hard toward long-range goals and to persevere through the setbacks that come along the way这需要坚持长远目标 不懈地努力工作并在途中碰到挫折时具有百折不挠的精神One aspect of grit that I think is particularly important is the willingness to take a stand when circumstances demand it我认为 ;决心;中最重要的一个方面就在于在环境需要的时候 勇于表明自己的立场Such circumstances may not be all that frequent but in every life, there will be crucial moments这种环境可能不会经常出现但在生活中 可能会有一些关键时刻when having the courage to stand up for what you believe will be immensely important需要有勇气站起来 坚持自己认为重要的事情201504/371372

Close encounter three: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,遭遇三:宾夕法尼亚州的费城,1989.1989年In the mid-to-late 80s,八十世纪末,the novelist Whitley Strieber wrote a book called ;Communion,;小说家Whitley Strieber写了本自传,in which he described his own lifelong experiences自传中他描述了being abducted by aliens.被外星人绑架的经历.And he also described the phenomenon known in this community还有一些奇怪的现象as ;lost time,;称之为;间接性失忆;where Whitley Strieber would suddenly become awareWhitley Strieber突然意识到that he could not remember the previous ten minutes,他不记得十分钟以前发生的事,or the previous ten hours, or the previous ten days.甚至十小时,十天.And would come to the conclusion that that was when the aliens得出的结论是,当外星人were taking him and giving him rectal probes.抓住他后给他做直肠探头.This book became, naturally, an enormous best-seller.这本书成为史上最牛的畅销书籍.This image by Ted Joseph was from that book,图片是由Ted Joseph提供,and was his, sort of, police sketch图片从某种意义上of what the creatures looked like像警方示意图that Whitley Strieber had described to him.Whitley Strieber说到.And it was so successful that they made it into a movie.这是一个非常棒的电影题材.And in 1989, the way I remember it,记得在1989年,I was in Philadelphia我去费城--visiting my girlfriend, and we decided,看望我女朋友,我们临时决定,apropos of nothing, to go see this movie.去看电影.And the way I remember it, the movie featured these details.我记得,电影展现了许多细节.One: Whitley Strieber一:Whitley Strieberwas played by Christopher Walken.由Christopher Walken扮演.Two: the alien was played by a rubber puppet.二:外星人的扮演者是橡胶面具.Three: there was a surprisingly long三:有一个出乎意料的sequence of the film in which the rubber puppet长序列橡胶面具电影gives Christopher Walken a rectal probe.给Christopher Walken做直肠探头.Four: this was being shown四:影片正在上映in a regular movie theater in Center City, Philadelphia.在费城的各大影院.Five: all of which is to say,五:所有人都说,they made a movie out of the book, ;Communion,;电影是由;交流;改编.and it starred Christopher Walken.主角是 Christopher Walken.Does something seem strange about this to you?是哪里出了问题?Something odd? Something off? Something wrong with this picture?灵异事件?虚构事物?照片的毛病?Think about it. Yes. The answer is:想一想,是的。是:I had a girlfriend. What?我曾经有个女朋友.疯了么?How did this happen? When did this happen?这是如何发生的?什么时候发生的?I remember walking out of the theater我记得我走出影院and becoming suddenly aware of this fact,并突然意识到这是真的,as we walked hand in hand,正如我们手牵手漫步,and pondering these very same questions.却思考着同样的问题.And to this day, I have no answer for you.至今,我都无法回答.201506/381758

What then of manned space exploration?那载人的空间探索呢?The government recently announced plans to return to the moon by 2024.美国政府最近宣布了2024重返月球的计划。The successful conclusion of that mission will result in infrequent visitation of the moon by a small number of government scientists and pilots.这项任务的成功将使少数的政府雇佣的科学家和飞行员的探访月球活动。It will leave us no further along in the general expansion of humanity into space than we were 50 years ago.和五十年前相比,从人类探索宇宙的整体来看,并没有什么起步。Something fundamental has to change if we are to see common access to space in our lifetime.如果我们想要在有生之年让太空飞行变得习以为然必须有根本的改变,What Im going to show you next are a couple of controversial ideas.我下面要展示的是一些有争论的观点。And I hope youll bear with me and have some faith that theres credibility behind what were going to say here.我希望大家耐心听我讲并且相信我们这里所说的是确实可信的。There are three underpinnings of working in space privately.私人探索太空工作有三大柱。One of them is the requirement for economical earth-to-space transport.其一是经济的地球到太空的交通运输。The Bert Rutans and Richard Bransons of this world have got this in their sights and I salute them.创业家们象伯特鲁坦斯和理查德布兰特(维珍航空公司的创始人)已经开始在这方面努力,我向他们致敬。Go, go, go.加油,加油,加油。The next thing we need are places to stay on orbit.我们需要的另一件事是轨道上的停留处。Orbital hotels to start with, but workshops for the rest of us later on.先以做太空酒店(旅游业)开始,之后可以我们的工作站。The final missing piece, the real paradigm-buster, is this:最后一点,真正能扭转乾坤的是:a gas station on orbit.太空轨道加油站。Its not going to look like that.它不会是图上这样的。If it existed, it would change all future spacecraft design and space mission planning.如果它存在,它会改变所有未来宇宙飞船和宇宙空间探索计划的设计。Now, to give you a chance to understand why there is power in that statement,Ive got to give you the basics of Space 101.现在,为了让大家明白此断言的分量,我要教大家一点儿太空基础知识。And the first thing is everything you do in space you pay by the kilogram.首先,你要为在太空里所做的每一件事情按千克付费。201512/414754

Hello, C! (Applause.) Thank you so much. Everybody, have a seat. It is good to be with you here tonight. If it wasn’t black tie I would have worn my tan suit. (Laughter.) I thought it looked good. (Laughter.)Thank you, Chaka, for that introduction. Thanks to all of you for having me here this evening. I want to acknowledge the members of the Congressional Black Caucus and Chairwoman Marcia Fudge for their outstanding work. (Applause.) Thank you, Shuanise Washington, and the C Foundation for doing so much to help our young people aim high and reach their potential.Tonight, I want to begin by paying special tribute to a man with whom all of you have worked closely with; someone who served his country for nearly 40 years as a prosecutor, as a judge, and as Attorney General of the ed States: Mr. Eric Holder. (Applause.) Throughout his long career in public service, Eric has built a powerful legacy of making sure that equal justice under the law actually means something; that it applies to everybody -- regardless of race, or gender, or religion, or color, creed, disability, sexual orientation. He has been a great friend of mine. He has been a faithful servant of the American people. We will miss him badly. (Applause.)This year, we’ve been marking the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act. We honor giants like John Lewis -- (applause); unsung heroines like Evelyn Lowery. We honor the countless Americans, some who are in this room -- black, white, students, scholars, preachers, housekeepers, patriots all, who, with their bare hands, reached into the well of our nation’s founding ideals and helped to nurture a more perfect union. We’ve reminded ourselves that progress is not just absorbing what has been done -- it’s advancing what’s left undone.Even before President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into law, even as the debate dragged on in the Senate, he was aly challenging America to do more and march further, to build a Great Society -- one, Johnson said, “where no child will go unfed, and no youngster will go unschooled. Where no man who wants work will fail to find it. Where no citizen will be barred from any door because of his birthplace or his color or his church. Where peace and security is common among neighbors and possible among nations.” “This is the world that waits for you,” he said. “Reach out for it now. Join the fight to finish the unfinished work.” To finish the unfinished work.America has made stunning progress since that time, over the past 50 years -- even over the past five years. But it is the unfinished work that drives us forward.Some of our unfinished work lies beyond our borders. America is leading the effort to rally the world against Russian aggression in Ukraine. America is leading the fight to contain and combat Ebola in Africa. America is building and leading the coalition that will degrade and ultimately destroy the terrorist group known as ISIL. As Americans, we are leading, and we don’t shy away from these responsibilities; we welcome them. (Applause.) That’s what America does. And we are grateful to the men and women in uniform who put themselves in harm’s way in service of the country that we all love. (Applause.)So we’ve got unfinished work overseas, but we’ve got some unfinished work right here at home. (Applause.) After the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, our businesses have now created 10 million new jobs over the last 54 months. This is the longest uninterrupted stretch of job growth in our history. (Applause.) In our history. But we understand our work is not done until we get the kind of job creation that means everybody who wants work can a find job.We’ve done some work on health care, too. I don’t know if you’ve noticed. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, we’ve seen a 26 percent decline in the uninsured rate in America. (Applause.) African Americans have seen a 30 percent decline. And, by the way, the cost of health care isn’t going up as fast anymore either. Everybody was predicting this was all going to be so expensive. We’ve saved 0 billion -- (applause) -- in Medicare because of the work that we’ve done -- slowing the cost, improving quality, and improving access. Despite unyielding opposition, this change has happened just in the last couple years.201505/374466

Actually, those action game players have many other advantages in terms of attention,事实上,动作的玩家在注意力方面还有很多其他优势。and one aspect of attention which is also improved for the better其中之一得到提高的是能够更好地is our ability to track objects around in the world.追踪周围的物体。This is something we use all the time.这个能力我们很多时候都会用到。When youre driving, youre tracking, keeping track of the cars around you.开车的时候你在追踪,追踪着周围的车子。Youre also keeping track of the pedestrian, the running dog,你也在追踪着行人和奔跑着的,and thats how you can actually be safe driving, right?做到了这点才能安全驾驶,对吗?In the lab, we get people to come to the lab,在实验室里,我们会找人到实验室里,sit in front of a computer screen,坐在电脑屏幕前,and we give them little tasks that Im going to get you to do again.然后给他们些小任务,我将要让大家再做一遍相同的小任务。Youre going to see yellow happy faces and a few sad blue faces.你们将要看到黄色的笑脸和一些蓝色的哭脸。These are children in the schoolyard in Geneva during a recess during the winter.这代表了冬天日内瓦的孩子们课间在操场上玩。Most kids are happy. Its actually recess.大多数孩子很开心因为下课了,But a few kids are sad and blue because theyve forgotten their coat.但是还是有几个不太开心用蓝色代表,因为他们忘记穿外套了。Everybody begins to move around,这些孩子开始到处移动,and your task is to keep track of who had a coat at the beginning and who didnt.而你们的任务就是记住谁一开始有外套,谁没有。So Im just going to show you an example where there is only one sad kid.现在的这个例子里面只有一个哭脸。Its easy because you can actually track it with your eyes.这很简单因为你可以用眼睛追踪着它。You can track, you can track, and then when it stops,你看着它,看着它,然后它停住了,and there is a question mark, and I ask you, did this kid have a coat or not?上面有一个问号。我的问题是,这个孩子有外套吗?Was it yellow initially or blue?这张脸一开始是黄色的还是蓝色的?I hear a few yellow. Good.我听到了几个人说是黄色的,很好,So most of you have a brain.大家还是有点儿头脑的。Im now going to ask you to do the task,现在我们再做一遍,but now with a little more challenging task.不过这次加大点难度,There are going to be three of them that are blue.有三个蓝色的脸。Dont move your eyes.不要看其他地方,Please dont move your eyes.千万不要看其他的地方。Keep your eyes fixated and expand, pull your attention.尽量使用你的余光,集中注意力。Thats the only way you can actually do it.只有这样你才能成功。If you move your eyes, youre doomed.如果你移动了你的眼睛就肯定失败了。Yellow or blue?黄色还是蓝色?Yellow. Good.黄色。很好。So your typical normal young adult can have a span of about three or four objects of attention.一般普通年轻人的注意范围大概是三到四个物体。Thats what we just did.就像我们刚才看到的那样。Your action game player has a span of about six to seven objects of attention,而动作的玩家一次可以注意到六到七个物体。which is what is shown in this here.像这个视频里一样。Thats for you guys, action game players.轮到你们大显神通了,游戏玩家们。A bit more challenging, right? 有点挑战性了,对吗?Yellow or blue? Blue.黄色的还是蓝色的?We have some people that are serious out there. Yeah. Good.的确是蓝色的。在座的有些人很有一手嘛!很好!So in the same way that we actually see the effects of games on peoples behavior,我们可以直接看到对于人反应的影响,we can use brain imaging and look at the impact of games on the brain,同样的,我们也可以通过脑成像技术看看对大脑的影响。and we do find many changes,我们看到很多改变,but the main changes are actually to the brain networks that control attention.但是最主要的变化还是表现在大脑控制注意力的部分。So one part is the parietal cortex其中之一是众所周知which is very well known to control the orientation of attention.控制注意力方面的大脑顶叶皮层。The other one is the frontal lobe, which controls how we sustain attention,还有一个则是控制我们如何保持注意力的大脑额叶。and another one is the anterior cingulate,另有一个是控制我们如何which controls how we allocate and regulate attention and resolve conflict.分配和调节注意力以及处理矛盾的前扣带皮层。Now, when we do brain imaging,现在,当我们做脑成像的时候,we find that all three of these networks are actually much more efficient in people that play action games.我们会发现游戏玩家大脑的这三个神经网络结构都比一般人的更有效率。This actually leads me to a rather counterintuitive finding in the literature about technology and the brain.这些使我从文献中找到了关于科技和大脑违背一般人常识的发现。201512/416214


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