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察觉说谎的20个基本步骤你想有没有觉得自己在与别人交流时自认为观点十分清晰,然而还是他人还是会误解,获取错误的信息,或者完全不知道你的观点呢?Have you ever thought you were being utterly clear in your communication with someone - and yet somehow they still managed to misunderstand, get the wrong message or completely miss your point?或者你不遗余力的与人为善,可他们却毫不领情,不去感激你呢?Or have you ever gone out of your way to do something nice for someone but they just didn't seem that appreciative or thankful?1. 一个说谎者通常是不自在的,他们会在你们两人之间设立一道屏障。所以当你们坐在一起时,他会在自己左边或者右边的桌上放一些简单的小东西,例如铅笔之类。1. A liar tends to be uncomfortable and will build a wall by placing an object between the two of you. So when sitting down place something simple on the table to their left or right side like a pencil.2. 普遍而言,说谎者的身体关节处显得僵硬,会做出一些呆板的举动,尤其在他们的腿部。然而他们会极力保持手臂的自然放松。2. Often a liars body will become rigid with stiff movement in the joints. Especially their legs and will struggle to keep their arms still and relaxed.3. 通常而言,双手张开的姿势表示对方和你在一起很舒适,就如和兄弟或者配偶之间会有这样表现。而说谎者脸部表情局促不安,时不时的用手指搔他们的太阳穴或者鼻子。我们回到第一点来看,当你询问对方的时候,我们将第一点提到的简单的小东西变成搔太阳穴和挠鼻子这两种无意识的举动,可以看出对方在说谎。3. They fidget with their face, like scratching the sides of their temples or nose. Usually open hand gestures mean they are to comfortable around you. Most likely a sibling or spouse will be like this. Go back to number 1. And change the subject before coming back to the question. It will be an unconscious movement.4. 当说话者完全失去如何处理真相以及如何保卫事实或者相对事实的现实可能性时会说谎。4. They completely lose reality with how to deal with the truth and will go on the defensive fighting for the truth or rather their truth. A lie.5. 说谎者以一种幽默的方式或者粗鲁的,一如既往的将问题抛给你来处理。5. Becomes humored by joking or making a rude comment most likely they usually throw the question back at you.6. 当与之交谈时,他们经历着一系列情感变化。只有改变话题才能让他们感到自在,当然前提在于你不进行深层次的追问。正常来说,如果说谎,他们耳朵和前颊处会泛红。6. They go through a series of emotions when talking to them, change the subject and make them comfortable again before pursuing further. Watch the color of their ears and front cheeks. They will normal out again if lied to.7. 如果你问对方今夜在哪里过夜,对方向左上方看去,说明在说谎。7. If you ask about their location that night and they look up to the left.8. 如果你们闲聊关于其他人或者事情的时候向左上方看。如果这个人是右撇子,他会改变看的方向。8. If they gossip or ramble about other people or things they heard they look to the left. If the person is right handed this will change the direction they look.9. 当对方会迅速回答:“我不知道。”表明这不是一个值得思考的问题。9. Will give short brisk answer, “I don't know.” Not a question of thought.10. 观察对方脖子上的动脉,特别是男士,留意对方被提问之前脉搏跳动的规律,在对方回答的问题的时候是否加速。10. Look for the artery on the neck, especially men, note how it pulses before questioning and on whether it quickens when asked.11. 一个情绪激动的谎言者可以会不停的摆弄他的拇指和食指。这是一个不知道如何更好的处理话题的标志。11. A hard emotional lie is detected by whether their thumb and forefinger touch briefly. A sign on not dealing well on the subject.12. 说谎者看着你考虑的时候,脑袋会向左倾斜。12. They lean their head to the left when looking at you and thinking of an answer.13. 说谎者交叉双臂,以这种无礼的姿势自我保护。他们呼吸紧促,常常会瞪着你或者试图看穿你。13.Crossed arms is a defensive offensive gesture, looking for fast breathing, usually they tend to stare at you or through you.14. 口吃,通常出现于配偶间的欺骗以及当被询问每晚的常规时。当某人迅速回答说11:00或者其他时间在做什么,如果再问一遍同样的问题,他们可能会结巴着说出另外一个时间,也许是一个模糊的时间段,但是和第一次的时间相当的接近。他们为了明没有欺骗。14. Stuttering is a given, often done by cheating spouses and their nightly routines. A quick answer of 11:00 or another time. Ask if they are sure and they will stutter a different time maybe not an exact time but pretty darn close to the first time. Trying prove exactness.15. 说谎者在交谈中咳嗽或者叹息,为了寻找出路并且希望你放弃盘问。15. Coughing during the conversation or sighing is looking for a way out and is hoping you'll give up.16. 当对方双手不停擦膝盖显示出坐立不安,他们会吸鼻并且往下看。主要是因为他们正在不停的出冷汗。16. Sniffling and looking down while fidgeting around their knees with the hands. Mainly because of the sweat buildup.17. 说谎的人在被询问的过程中不断的要水喝,试图使你疲倦。17. Will need water during questioning, lying dehydrates you.18. 有些人不得不说谎,他们甚至会用眼前的事物作为谎言的据。这种人需要心理咨询,他们可能有过一段不愉快的往事。了解一下他们的背景也许有所帮助。18.Someone that cannot control their lying will still lie with the proof sitting in front of them. This person needs counseling and may have issues in their past. Do a back ground check.19. 与习惯说谎的人保持距离,避免谈及个人问题。没有隐私掌握在他们手里就不会害怕,就意味着不受欺骗。19. Keeps you away from certain people or avoids talking about certain individuals. No fear means no lie.20. 说谎者会过度真诚的握紧你的手寻找一种舒适的感觉。他或她会为你制造下一个谎言。他们希望你看着他们的眼睛,微笑着对你说:“看,我从来不欺骗你,过去没有,将来也绝对不会。”回到上文提到的第一点,问:“这是真的吗?”(这是我最喜爱的一点。)20. Becomes needy and over affectionate by trying to touch your hands for your comfort. Another lie, its for his/hers. Will want you to look at them in the eyes, smile at you and say, “Look, I would never cheat on you, I never have before and I never will.” Go back to number 1 by changing the subject and the ask. “Really?” (This ones my favorite) /200803/31803。

What would you do in your last 60 minutes?An asteroid is on a collision course with the earth and you have one hour left to live. What would you do in your last 60 minutes?Not surprisingly, the majority of Britons questioned in a survey -- 54 percent -- said they would like to spend it either with or on the phone to their loved ones.But the survey revealed a strong hedonistic streak -- 13 percent would sit back, accept the inevitable and reach for a glass of champagne.Sex appealed to only nine percent while just three percent would turn to prayer.Two percent intriguingly said they would reach for some fatty food while another two percent decided, with just an hour's life to go, that it was time to start looting.The survey was commissioned by Ziji Publishing to mark the release of "Cloud Cuckoo Land" by debut novelist Steven Sivell who "uses the classic premise of an impending meteorite collision as a metaphor for threats to the human race." 如果一颗小行星即将与地球相撞,人类只能存活最后一小时,在这最后的60分钟里,你会做些什么呢?不出所料,大多数受访的英国人(54%)说他们会与自己所爱的人在一起,或是给他们打电话。同时,调查也显示了人们强烈的快乐主义倾向——13%的人说他们什么也不会做,只想喝杯香槟,等待最后时刻的到来。只有9%的人表示会去做爱,而仅有3%的人称他们会在最后时刻去做祈祷。有意思的是,2%的受访者说他们会去吃一些高脂肪的食物,另有2%的人决定在最后的一小时去抢劫。该项由Ziji出版社委托开展的调查是为了庆祝小说家史蒂文#8226;斯韦尔的处女作《阴云紧锁的孤岛》的出版。该科幻小说描写了“陨星撞击地球对人类构成的严重威胁”。 /200801/25769。

Forty-five years ago last February U.S. President Richard Nixon returned from a visit to China that shocked the world and unsettled leaders in Moscow who were awaiting a visit from Nixon a few months later.45年前的2月,美国总统理查德-尼克松刚刚结束对中国的访问,这件事震惊了全世界,也扰乱了莫斯科的领导人,他们正翘首以待数月之后尼克松的来访。Soviet leaders wondered if they were finally witnessing the birth of a U.S.-China alliance that they had feared ever since the breakdown of the Sino-Soviet alliance in the early 1960s.苏联领导人不知道他们是否终于见了美中联盟的诞生。自从1960年初期中苏联盟破裂之后,这是他们最担心的事情。As Washington and the media convulse over every new outrage emanating from Moscow while President Trump repeatedly asks “Wouldn’t it be nice if we actually got along with Russia?” U.S. policymakers are faced with the same choice between Russia and China though this time the stakes might be even higher.虽然莫斯科传出的种种暴行事件总会震惊华盛顿和媒体,然而川普总统还是多次询问,“如果我们真的跟俄罗斯和睦相处会不会挺好?”美国决策者们面临着同样的选择,即中俄间如何取舍,虽然这次的风险可能会更高。The history of persistent tensions between Russia and China suggests two choices: Accommodate and reconcile with Russia to balance against the greater power—China. Or align with China to defend a rules-based international order from its most powerful antagonist—Russia.俄中之间曾持续紧张的历史暗示了两种选择:与俄罗斯和解以制衡更强大的中国,或与中国联手来捍卫国际秩序规则以抗衡最强大的对手-俄罗斯。It should be clear by now that we can no longer oppose Russia and China at the same time. Though that route might seem tempting and natural given the historical aspirations of U.S. foreign policy to protect territorial sovereignty promote human rights and provide a frxwork for free trade we are no longer equal to the task.现在有一点很明确,我们不能再同时对付俄罗斯和中国了。虽然这条路看起来很诱人,也是美国外交政策历史诉求的天然选择,用以保护领土主权,提升人权,提供自由贸易框架等等,但我们再也走不动这条路了。 /201704/503801。

科学家揭秘为何冬季多发流感It is a mystery that has baffled doctors for decades.But experts believe they have now finally solved the tricky question of why winter is notoriously known as the flu season.According to new research, the influenza virus coats itself in a protective fatty shield that is tough enough to withstand cold temperatures.The butter-like material only melts when it hits the respiratory tract, leaving the virus free to infect cells - a process scientists say is like an Mamp;M melting in the mouth.However, in warmer outdoor temperatures, the protective coating melts before it reaches a person or an animal, killing the germs before they can infect someone.Joshua Zimmerberg, from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), in the US, which led the study, said: 'Like an Mamp;M in your mouth, the protective covering melts when it enters the respiratory tract.'It's only in this liquid phase that the virus is capable of entering a cell to infect it.'In the past scientists have worked on theories that flu is more common in winter because people spend more time inside or the radiation from the sun in summer kills off germs.But no research has successfully explained the sp of the disease.Researchers have aly claimed that the report, which is published in the journal Nature Chemical Biology, could lead to new ways to prevent and treat flu.Duane Alexander, the director of NICHD, said: 'The study results open new avenues of research for thwarting winter flu outbreaks.'Now that we understand how the flu virus protects itself so that it can sp from person to person, we can work on ways to interfere with that protective mechanism.'Influenza and other respiratory viruses are sp in small droplets broadcast by coughing, sneezing and talking and which can also settle onto surfaces, to be picked up on fingertips. 为何冬季为多发流感?这可是困扰了医生们几十年的一个谜。不过,专家们现在终于解开了这个难题。一项最新研究发现,流感病毒表面包有一层脂肪保护外壳,这种外壳十分坚硬,能抵御严寒。这种油状物质在进入呼吸道后才会融化,病毒被释放后即会感染细胞。科学家称这一过程如同Mamp;M巧克力豆在嘴里融化。然而,在温度较高的环境下,这层保护壳在进入人体或动物体内之前就会融化,因此病毒在感染细胞之前即被杀死。研究负责人、美国儿童健康与人类发展研究所的约瑟华#8226;兹姆格说:“这层保护壳在进入呼吸道时即会融化,就像放入口中的Mamp;M巧克力豆一样。”“而就在这一液态阶段,病毒才得以入侵并感染细胞。”科学家们过去一直在研究冬季易发流感的原因,一些理论称这是因为冬季人们多在室内活动,或是因为夏季的阳光辐射会杀死细菌。但没有一项研究能真正解释流感传播的原因。研究人员们称,这项研究成果能为防治流感提供新办法。研究报告将在《自然化学生物学》期刊上发表。美国儿童健康与人类发展研究所主任杜安尼#8226;亚历山大说:“研究结果为控制冬季流感爆发开辟了新途径。”“现在我们明白了流感病毒是如何保护自己并在人际间传播的,因此我们可以研究如何‘干扰’这种保护机制。”流感及其他呼吸道病毒主要通过咳嗽、打喷嚏或说话时散播的飞沫传播,它也会附着在物体表面,通过被污染的手指接触传染。 /200803/30494。

Facebook has begun using artificial intelligence (AI) to identify members who may be at risk of killing themselves.社交网络脸书已开始利用人工智能识别可能有自杀风险的用户。The social network has developed algorithms that spot warning signs in users#39; posts and the comments their friends leave in response.据悉,脸书已开发出算法,可发现用户贴文和对应的好友中的警报信号。After confirmation by Facebook#39;s human review team, the company contacts those thought to be at risk of self-harm to suggest ways they can seek help.经脸书人工审核组确认,脸书会联系被认为有自我伤害风险的用户,就他们可以寻求帮助的途径给出建议。The tool is being tested only in the US at present. It marks the first use of AI technology to review messages on the network.目前该功能仅在美国进行测试。这标志着人工智能技术首次被用来检查网络上的消息。Founder Mark Zuckerberg announced last month that he also hoped to use algorithms to identify posts by terrorists among other concerning content.脸书创始人马克·扎克伯格上个月宣布,他还希望利用算法来识别由恐怖分子发布的文章等有关内容。Facebook also announced new ways to tackle suicidal behavior on its Facebook Live broadcast tool and has partnered with several US mental health organizations to let vulnerable users contact them via its Messenger platform.脸书还宣布了在其Facebook Live直播功能中应对自杀行为的新方法;脸书已与美国多个精神健康组织合作,有自杀倾向的用户可通过脸书Messenger平台与这些组织联系。 /201703/497867。