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By graduating today, youve shown the entire world通过今天的毕业 你们已经向全世界明that you have more than enough IQ points to achieve anything you want你们有足够的智商去获得任何成就Willpower, discipline and focus --意志力 纪律和专注the essential qualities for success that everyone needs --每个人都需要的成功的必备素质are in your hands to develop and build就掌握在你们手中 靠你们去开发和建立As Baumeister shows in his book鲍迈斯特在他的书中揭示you can indeed go to the willpower gym你的确可以去意志力健身房and come out mentally buff, y to take on the world强健精神 准备好挑战世界Now about the 10,000 hours it takes to achieve mastery现在来谈谈达到精通所需要的10,000个小时Well, because youve studied here at Northeastern由于你们已完成在东北大学的学业youve got a head start你们已经有了一个良好的开端My own estimate is that, through your cooperative education in which我个人的估计是 通过合作式教育youve received both classroom knowledge and practical knowledge你们学到了课堂知识和实践知识you all deserve at least a couple of thousand hours of discount off the standard 10,000你们可以至少从10,000个标准小时中扣除2000个小时Good for you and congratulations干得好 祝贺你们But in addition to thinking about uncertainty and willpower但是 除了思考不确定性和意志力之外还有一件事theres one more thing I want you to try to will yourself to remember today今天我希望你们能够用自己的意志力记住I want you to think about how you can use time effectively我希望你们想一想怎样才能有效地利用时间and for good in this complex world在这个复杂的世界里持之以恒201502/359482。

  • Is it simply the byproduct of a crude mechanical action?它仅仅是一个粗糙机械制作的副产品?Or is it an imitation of one half the set of sounds we make to express disappointment?或者对我们抒发不满的一种声音的一半所进行的模仿?The often dental consonant of no Indo-European language.我们不满的时候经常用它在印欧语系中可找不到词源。Or is it the amplified sound of a synapse firing in the brain of a cockroach?还是,那其实是大脑中触突闪现火花那一刹那所产生的声响的放大?In the 1950s they tried their best to muffle this sound with mercury switches and silent knob controls.在二十世纪五十年代,科学家们曾尽力用汞制的开关和静音的按钮来消除这声响。But today these improvements seem somehow inauthentic.但在今天开来,这些改进倒显得不地道。The click is the modern triumphal clarion proceeding us through life,announcing our entry into every lightless room.这“咯嗒”声 其实是现代社会胜利的号角。让我们的生活向前迈进,宣告我们向每一个无光的暗房进军。The sound made flicking a wall switch off is of a completely different nature.而我们把墙上开关关上的那一声响内涵就完全不同了。It has a deep melancholy ring.它蕴含着深深地抑郁声调。Children dont like it.孩子们不喜欢它。Its why they leave lights on around the house.所以总爱让房间亮着。Adults find it comforting.大人们却能聊以慰藉。But wouldnt it be an easy matter to wire a wall switch?但把墙上的开关接通电源不是很容易的事儿吗?so that it triggers the muted horn of a steam ship?这样就能够启动蒸汽船静默的汽笛?Or the recorded crowing of a rooster?或唤醒公鸡清晨的报晓?Or the distant peel of thunder?还是爆破远方的一声惊雷?Thomas Edison went through thousands of unlikely substances before he came upon the right one for the filament of his electric light bulb.爱迪生也是在尝试过,成千上万不同的物质之后才找到了真正适合做灯丝的物质,从而完成了他的电灯发明。Why have we settled so quickly for the sound of its switch?为什么我们要如此迅速地屈就于那开关不完美的“咯嗒”声响呢?201512/417634。
  • And let us call it the Encyclopedia of Life.不妨将此项目称为生命百科。What is the Encyclopedia of Life? A concept that has aly taken hold and is beginning to sp and be looked at seriously?生命百科的概念已经得到人们的认同并且正在不断的传播与普及?It is an encyclopedia that lives on the Internet and is contributed to by thousands of scientists around the world.这将会是一本在线的百科全书,世界各地的科学家都将参与其间。Amateurs can do it also.科学爱好者也能参与。It has an indefinitely expandable page for each species.对于每个物种,都可以为其添加尽可能多的数据。It makes all key information about life on Earth accessible to anyone,on demand, anywhere in the world.可以使得地球上所有生物的信息向世人公开,何时何地都可查阅得到。Ive written about this idea before,and I know there are people in this room who have expended significant effort on it in the past. 我曾为此写过文章,我知道这里也有人曾为同类项目作出巨大贡献。But what excites me is that since I first put forward this particular idea in that form,science has advanced.但最让我兴奋的是,自从我产生这个想法之后,科学有了飞跃的发展。Technology has moved forward.技术也有飞跃的发展。Today, the practicalities of making such an encyclopedia,regardless of the magnitude of the information put into it, are within reach.今天,从技术上来说,我们完全有能力,去编制这样一部百科全书,不管当中包含的数据容量有多大。Indeed, in the past year, a group of influential scientific institutions have begun mobilizing to realize this dream.事实上,过去一年,有多家颇具影响力的科研机构就已经着手将此设想变为现实。I wish you would help them.我希望你们能帮助他们。Working together, we can make this real.携手合作,我们就可以实现目标。The encyclopedia will quickly pay for itself in practical applications.项目本身很快就会得到回报,因为会有很多实际的用途。It will address transcendent qualities in the human consciousness, and sense of human need.它也将为人类带来更深层次的精神维度,重新定义人类的需求。It will transform the science of biology in ways of obvious benefit to humanity.它将改变生物学的面貌,这样的改变也将为人类带来福音。And most of all, it can inspire a new generation of biologists to continue the quest that started, for me personally, 60 years ago:最重要的是,它将为年轻一代的生物学家带来启发去继续我60年前开始的征途。to search for life, to understand it and finally, above all, to preserve it.去寻找生命,理解生命,最终守护生命。That is my wish. Thank you.这就是我的愿望。谢谢大家。201504/367401。
  • And we need to all gather together and say no to the tar sands. 我们必须团结一致向油砂说不。And we can do that. There is a huge network all over the world fighting to stop this project. 我们可以做到这一点,遍布全球的庞大网络社群正致力于制止这项计划。And I quite simply think that this is not something that should be decided just in Canada. 我认为这不仅是加拿大本身该做的决定。Everyone in this room, everyone across Canada, 在座每位听众,每位加拿大国民,everyone listening to this presentation has a role to play and, I think, a responsibility. 每位聆听这场演讲的人都该贡献心力我认为这是一项责任。Because what we do here is going to change our history, 因为我们的所作所为将改变人类历史,its going to color our possibility to survive, 为人类生存的可能性带来希望,and for our children to survive and have a rich future. 为下一代的生存带来希望使他们拥有美好未来。We have an incredible gift in the boreal, 北方森林提供了,an incredible opportunity to preserve our best defense against global warming, 不可思议的恩赐和机会,保存了对抗全球暖化的最佳防御工具,but we could let that slip away. 但我们或许会让它消失无踪.The tar sands could threaten not just a large section of the boreal. 沥青砂可能造成的威胁不仅是北方森林大部分区域。It compromises the life and the health of some of our most underprivileged and vulnerable people,也将危及一些弱势者的生命和健康,the Aboriginal communities that have so much to teach us. 危及对人类贡献良多的原住民小区.It could destroy the Athabasca Delta, 沥青砂将摧毁阿萨帕斯卡尔三角洲,the largest and possibly greatest freshwater delta in the planet. 它或许是世上最大、最壮观的淡水三角洲.It could destroy the Great Bear Rainforest, 它将摧毁大熊雨林,the largest temperate rainforest in the world. 世上最大的温带雨林.And it could have huge impacts on the future of the agricultural heartland of North America. 它可能对北美农业腹地的未来造成巨大影响.I hope that you will all, if youve been moved by this presentation, 我希望在座各位,如果这场演讲令你动容,join with the growing international community to get Canada to step up to its responsibilities, 请加入逐渐壮大的国际社群行列督促加拿大尽一己之责,to convince Canada to go back to being a climate change champion instead of a climate change villain, 说加拿大再次成为对抗气候变化的斗士而非导致气候变化的罪魁祸首,and to say no to the tar sands, 向沥青砂说不,and yes to a clean energy future for all. 迎向拥有洁净能源的未来。Thank you so much. 十分感谢。201511/409985。
  • Denisha Merriweather (Jacksonville, FL): My mom, my brother, and my uncle all dropped out of school, by the time I was in the third grade I had failed twice.Miguel Manrara (Miramar, FL): My first job was picking up garbage and cardboard, so I could have some money to feed, to help feed my family, my mother, my father.Berthy De La Rosa-Aponte (Cooper City, FL): Lucy has autism, she doesn’t speak, she doesn’t walk, but not being able to speak is not the same as not having anything to say. People with disabilities, they want to have freedom, just like anybody else.Kim Donatelle (Sarasota, FL): One out of four women are going to be victimized by somebody who claims to love them. Domestic violence is an epidemic, this isn’t a small problem.Governor Bush: The barriers right now on people rising up is the great challenge of our time. So many people could do so much better if we fixed a few things. My core beliefs start with the premise that the most vulnerable in our society should be in the front of the line, not the back. And as Governor, I had a chance to act on that core belief.Denisha Merriweather (Jacksonville, FL): Governor Jeb Bush instituted the first voucher program in the ed States to give low-income kids an opportunity to go to a private school. Out of my immediate family, I am the first person to graduate from high school. And then I went on to graduate from college.Miguel Manrara (Miramar, FL): I am currently an account manager. And the main reason I’m in the situation and the position that I am right now is because Jeb Bush allowed companies like Goya Foods of Florida to grow, to create high-paying jobs. I am the perfect representation of the American dream.Governor Bush: This is what leadership is about, it’s not just about yapping about things. There are a lot of people talking, and they’re pretty good at it. We need to start fixing things. I said I was going to do these things and I did them, and the result was Florida is a lot better off.Kim Donatelle (Sarasota, FL): I think Governor Bush changed a lot of lives in Florida. I am very grateful that he was our Governor. I don’t think that we would be where we are today, with regards to domestic violence, had he not been the Governor. He wanted women to not live the way that I found myself, it’s changed so many lives.Berthy De La Rosa-Aponte (Cooper City, FL): He really cares about us. He really cares about people with developmental disabilities, and with all disabilities. There are people today that are getting services because of what Jeb did. He doesn’t do it for himself, he does it because he is a true servant. He is the best voice that we can have.Governor Bush: I am proud of the fact that many families now have the chance to live lives of purpose and meaning. You can improve the life of people, whether it’s in the programs for the developmentally disabled, or changing our economy, or fixing our higher education system. All of these things can be fixed – I am absolutely convinced of it. What we need is new leadership that takes conservative principles and applies them so that people can rise up. America’s best days are in front of us, and we are going to lead the world.201508/390506。
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