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Hollywood adaptations of best-selling sci-fi novels are no longer reason enough to attract moviegoers. But Ender’s Game, which is an adaptation of the 1985 novel of the same title, is a bit different.对影迷来说,畅销科幻小说改编的好莱坞电影已不复从前那样具有吸引力。但《安德的游戏》这部改编自1985年同名小说的电影却稍有不同。From US author Orson Scott Card’s refusal to sign the film deal for years, to the film’s pre-release controversy thanks to Card’s anti-gay views, there are plenty of reasons to watch it. At least you should be curious about what all the fuss is about.从美籍作者奥森#8226;斯科特#8226;卡德数年来拒绝翻拍小说的态度,到新片上映前卡德因反同言论而引发的争端,该片可谓噱头十足。起码你会好奇,想知道这些争议从何而来。Generally, it’s a polished sci-fi epic with stunning visual effects that will appeal to mainstream audiences. While it fails to reach the height it aspires to —namely the novel’s moral complexity — it’s quite an entertaining experience with some timely issues on its mind.大体上讲,这是一部精心打造的科幻史诗——出色的视觉效果足以赢得主流观众的青睐。但它并未触及原作中道德的复杂性,没有达到预期的高度,而沦为一次将争议问题一带而过的体验。Asa Butterfield plays the 12-year-old Ender Wiggin, a student soldier in a military facility that is training children to fight the Formics. The Formics are the alien species that attacked Earth half a century prior to the film’s story, killing millions before being driven back to their home planet.12岁的安德#8226;维京(阿沙#8226;巴特菲尔德 饰)是战斗学校里的一名学员,该校负责训练少年战士以抵抗虫族的再次攻击。故事发生半个世纪前,外星“虫族”曾入侵地球,造成生灵涂炭,之后才被赶回自己的星球。Why children? As the film explains, because of their youth, these military prodigies can absorb complex battle information and develop attack strategies more quickly and easily than adults — the same skill that makes them so good at games.为什么是孩子?正如片中解释的那样,因为他们年轻,相比成年人,这些军事天才可以更迅速、更轻而易举地掌握复杂的作战信息并制定出进攻策略——同样的技能也使得他们打电玩时游刃有余。And as the title suggests, gaming is critical to the story and its visuals.如片名所示,游戏对剧情发展和视觉效果来说都十分关键。For example, several scenes feature a high-tech version of laser tag played in a weightless arena, while others show Ender playing a game on an iPad-like device that he controls with his mind.例如,片中有好几个高科技场景展示的是在失重条件下的激光战游戏,而另一些镜头则是安德通过一个类似iPad的装置,用意念操控。The film’s touch of current issues becomes evident in Ender’s attempt to end all future battles, and when he is confronted by bullies. It talks about everything from the morality of using children in battle to the consequences of violent games. But they’re only fleetingly addressed, without becoming a large conversation.片中,当安德尝试结束未来战争或惨遭欺凌时,影片明显触及了一些现实问题。从利用孩子进行战争的道德问题,到暴力对孩子的影响,影片探讨了方方面面。但这些问题都只被轻描淡写一笔带过。Another shortfall is the film’s character development. In the film, everything seems too easy for Ender. While to some extent that’s the point because he’s supposed to be a military genius, it makes him hard to relate to as a character.该片另一不足之处便是片中角色的成长。电影中的安德似乎无所不能。也许这是因为他生来就是位军事天才,但这样就很难将他和一个有血有肉的人物角色联系起来。Certainly, the film is much better than I expected, given all the buzz beforehand. If you want an out-of-this-world experience before Spring Festival, Ender’s Game is an excellent choice.当然,考虑到影片上映前的种种噱头,该片已经大大超出我的预期。如果你想在春节前体验一次逃离地球的冒险,《安德的游戏》无疑是上上之选。 /201401/274277

What do President Obama, Ellen Degeneres and Pope Francis have in common? They’ve all snapped selfies in the last year. So has Miley Cyrus (she’s posted 121 of them on Twitter). Plane-crash survivor Ferdinand Puentes. And astronaut Steve Swanson. And so, I’m nearly positive, have you.奥巴马总统、脱口秀主持人艾伦o狄珍妮和教皇方济各有什么共同点?是,他们去年都玩起了自拍。其同道中人还包括演员麦莉o赛勒斯(她在Twitter上发了121张自拍照)、坠机事件幸存者费迪南德o普恩特斯、宇航员史蒂夫o斯沃森。另外我敢肯定,你八成也是个自拍迷。The selfie, of course, isn’t new—it has been around since the advent of photography, when chemist-turned-photographer Robert Cornelius captured one in 1839. But in the past two years, it has become explosively popular—the sort of meme that scales, seemingly overnight, from mere trend to phenomenon to something your Aunt Edna talks about in her crocheting circle. The Oxford English Dictionary called out “selfie” as the 2013 word of the year. More than half of all millennials (age 18-33) have taken a selfie and shared it online, according to a March 2014 Pew Research Center poll. A is debuting a new primetime sitcom called Selfie in late September. (Seriously.) Indie band The Chainsmokers produced a music called #Selfie that became a viral hit (and was awful!). How the heck did these hastily snapped-and-shared self-portraits become le dernier cri of smartphone society?自拍本身并不是新鲜事物,它与摄影技术同时诞生。早在1839年,由化学家半路转行成摄影家的罗伯特o科尼利厄斯就拍摄了一张自拍照。不过在过去两年里,自拍开始疯狂地流行起来,从一种潮流变成一种现象,到现在,就连你的邻居大妈也会在打毛衣时“咔嚓”一张。《牛津英语辞典》将“自拍”(selfie)评为“2013年度单词”。据皮尤研究中心(Pew Research Center)的一项民调,一半以上的“千禧一代”(即18至33岁的人)曾经自拍并且把照片分享到网络上。A电视台今年9月末将上映一部新的情景喜剧,名字就叫《自拍》。(这是真的。)独立乐队The Chainsmokers制作了一部叫做《自拍》的MV,在网络上极其火爆(看上去非常可怕)。那么,在这个智能手机大行其道的社会,为什么人们如此热衷于自拍呢? /201409/326315

Can you keep a secret?你能保守秘密吗?Of course you can -- if it#39;s about yourself. Communication researchers say nearly everyone -- more than 95% of people -- reports having a fact or bit of information about themselves that they don#39;t reveal to anyone. (The other 5% probably aren#39;t being honest when they say they don#39;t have one, experts say.) And many struggle with whether, when and how to tell.当然可以――如果秘密是关于自己的话。传播学研究人员表示,几乎每个人――超过95%的人――都有关于自己的一件事或一点信息瞒着别人。(专家说,还有5%的人说自己没有,那可能是在说谎。)很多人都纠结于是否要把秘密告诉别人,以及何时以何种方式告诉别人。Most of these secrets aren#39;t worthy of tabloid headlines. Yet they aren#39;t small trifles, either. Typically, people say their secrets relate to topics that either they themselves view as shameful or believe others will, researchers say. Financial problems, extramarital affairs, poor health habits, addictions -- these are common secrets.大多数这种秘密连小报的头条都上不了,但也并一定就是细小的琐事。研究人员说,一般人们的秘密涉及的话题要么是自己认为不体面,要么以为别人会觉得不体面。财务问题、婚外情、不良的卫生习惯、上瘾――这些都是常见的秘密。When I started working on this column, I was worried. Who would want to talk about a secret? A lot of people, it turns out. I asked about personal secrets and heard from ers about teenage pregnancies, 20-year-long extramarital affairs, sexual abuse, mental health issues and pornography addictions. Some people, like a self-described #39;CIA operative#39; I heard from, kept secrets about their work life from their families for years. One man told me he had to keep his whole life a secret when he was #39;a fugitive sought by the FBI for seven years (wanted for freeing mink from fur farms.)#39;开始写这篇专栏时,我有点担心。谁会愿意谈论秘密呢?结果发现,愿意谈的人很多。有关私人秘密的问题我收到了读者的很多回复,涉及未成年少女怀、20多年的婚外情、性虐待、心理健康和色情成瘾等话题。有些人会把工作中的秘密瞒着家里人好几十年,回复我的一个自称是“CIA特工”的读者就是这样。一个人告诉我他“被FBI追捕了七年(为了把貂从毛皮农场解救出来)”,于是有关自己的一切都不得不瞒着所有人。Laura Hedgecock#39;s grandmother took her secret to her grave. Ms. Hedgecock, a writer in Farmington Hills, Mich., says her grandmother had always maintained she was an orphan, after her mother died when she was a young child and her father chose not to raise her. But after her death at age 95, her family discovered, through a genealogy search, that their grandmother actually had lived with her father and had 11 siblings.劳拉#12539;赫奇科克(Laura Hedgecock)的祖母把秘密带进了坟墓。赫奇科克是一位作家,家住密歇根州法明顿希尔斯(Farmington Hills),她说她的祖母总是坚持说自己是个孤儿,母亲在她很小的时候就去世了,父亲不愿意抚养她。但在祖母95岁去世后,家里人通过宗谱搜索发现,她实际上由父亲抚养长大,并且有11个兄弟。Ms. Hedgecock says when she first learned her grandmother#39;s secret, she felt angry on behalf of her own father, who died without knowing that his mother had a large family. #39;It gnaws at you. You wonder what happened, and what she went through,#39; Ms. Hedgecock says. #39;And it really makes you yearn for what you missed.#39; She may never know why her grandmother kept her secret but guesses there were painful memories of growing up in a big family with a stepmother just three years older than herself.赫奇科克说,当她得知祖母的秘密时,她为自己的父亲感到很生气,他一直到去世都不知道自己的母亲有一个大家族。赫奇科克说:“它会折磨你,你会想知道发生了什么,还有她经历了些什么,让你很想知道自己错过了什么。”她也许永远不会知道祖母为什么会瞒着他们,但她猜测,在一个继母只比自己大三岁的大家族里长大肯定有很多痛苦的回忆。We tend to think of secrets as skeletons in the closet, yet they aren#39;t all negative, experts say. Sometimes we keep a secret to protect a loved one or a relationship. And we keep secrets from different people. There are the ones we keep from family members or other individuals, and then there are the ones the whole family knows and conspires to keep from everyone else.专家说,我们往往会觉得秘密是见不得光的,但秘密也不全是负面的。有时我们保密是为了保护所爱的人或一段关系。我们跟不同的人保守秘密。有的秘密会瞒着家里人或其他人,有的秘密全家都知道并且齐心协力瞒着其他所有人。Secrets are tantalizing plot drivers in many a movie and TV show (#39;Downton Abbey#39; fans, you know this). But keeping secrets from a loved one can put an emotional wedge in the relationship and change the way we communicate. Research shows that when we keep secrets from a mate, our relationship satisfaction goes down. And the more we ruminate about a secret, the more we want to reveal it.在很多电影和电视剧中,秘密是引人入胜的情节推动器(《唐顿庄园》(Downton Abbey)的粉丝们,你们懂的)。但瞒着所爱的人会导致关系出现情感裂缝,会改变我们交流的方式。研究表明,有秘密瞒着配偶时,关系的满意度就会下降。对某个秘密考虑得越多,就越想公开这个秘密。#39;When we have a secret and mull it over, we develop stress and it makes our body sick,#39; says Tamara Afifi, professor of communication studies at the University of Iowa, who studies secrets. #39;To get our body back to a sense of health, we need to reveal or cure our self of the secret.#39; Researchers call this the Fever Model, she says.爱荷华大学(University of Iowa)研究秘密的传播学教授塔玛拉#12539;阿菲菲(Tamara Afifi)说:“当我们有秘密并且反复想的时候,就会形成压力,身体就会不舒。要让身体回到健康的状态,我们就需要把秘密公开或者不要让自己再纠结于这个秘密。”她说,研究人员称之为“发烧模式”(Fever Model)。Mike Speakman, a substance-abuse counselor in Phoenix, kept a secret about revenge until he couldn#39;t stand it anymore. Several years after his divorce, he sneaked into his ex-wife#39;s house, took a valuable Native American kachina doll he#39;d given her in happier times -- and threw it into a nearby canal. #39;I suppose it made me feel better for a while,#39; he says.凤凰城(Phoenix)药物滥用顾问迈克#12539;斯皮克曼(Mike Speakman)保守着一个有关复仇的秘密,直到他再也无法忍受为止。离婚几年后,他溜进了前妻的房子,拿走了在二人甜蜜时光时他送给她的一个贵重的卡奇纳玩偶(kachina doll),然后扔进了附近的一条水渠中。他说:“我想在短期内这让我感觉好受了一些。”As time passed, though, he felt guilty, especially when he thought of his ex- or saw their children. He worried about what it was doing to her, not knowing what had become of the doll. So one day, at a family event with his ex-wife about five years later, he blurted out what he had done. #39;She was shocked and mad and then said something to the effect of #39;that was awhile ago,#39;#39; Mr. Speakman, now 71 recalls. #39;I think she appreciated the honesty.#39;不过随着时间的推移,他感觉到了内疚,特别是想到前妻或者看到两人孩子的时候。他担心这件事会对她产生的影响,也不知道玩偶成了什么样子。所以大约五年后,在和前妻参加一次家庭活动时,他说出了自己的所作所为。现年71岁的斯皮克曼回忆道:“她很震惊,也很生气,然后说了些‘那已经是很久以前的事了’之类的话。我觉得她很欣赏我的坦诚。”How do you decide whether to reveal a secret? T carefully here, experts say. If telling the secret will hurt someone and produce no benefit, then it shouldn#39;t be told. Had an affair decades ago? If it#39;s long over and your marriage is good, mum#39;s the word.如何判断是否应该公开秘密?专家说,要格外小心。如果公开秘密会伤害别人,不会有任何益处,那么就不应该公开。几十年前有过婚外情?如果已经过去很久,而且现在婚姻很幸福,那还是守口如瓶吧。Unless you have a good therapist, you#39;re on your own on this decision. Dr. Afifi says examine your motivation. Is it selfish? The desire to get something off your chest or a feeling of moral obligation to tell aren#39;t good enough reasons to cause someone else pain. Consider how telling the secret will affect the listener, the relationship and other people, as well. Weigh long-term benefits against short-term drawbacks.除非你有很好的治疗师,否则做决定得靠自己。阿菲菲士说,要检查你的动机。是不是出于私心?有想卸掉包袱的欲望,或者觉得道德上有义务说出秘密,这些并不是给别人造成痛苦的足够好的理由。想想说出秘密会对对方产生什么影响,还有对双方关系以及其他人的影响。对长远的利益和眼前的弊端进行权衡。People tend to disclose secrets in one of five ways, Dr. Afifi says. When we think the other person will react negatively, we are more likely to disclose indirectly, say by telling a third party. We might be rehearsing for the big tell. Or we might secretly hope the secret will get out. Sometimes we tell with incremental revelations, at first telling just a part of the secret to judge the reaction.阿菲菲士说,人们透露秘密的方式通常有五种。当我们认为对方会是消极的反应时,我们会更有可能间接地暗示,比如通过第三方转达。我们可能会提前排,或者背地里希望秘密会泄露出去。有时我们会循序渐进地告诉对方,一开始只说出一部分以判断对方的反应。We might use a hypothetical scenario (#39;What would you think if this happened . . .#39;) or pretend the secret belongs to someone else (#39;My co-worker, John, has this secret . . .#39;). Sometimes we are angry and wait for the heat of the moment to blurt the secret out, a strategy Dr. Afifi calls #39;entrapment.#39;我们可能会假设某种情形,比如“如果发生这种事……你会怎么想”,或者假装秘密是别人的,比如“我的同事约翰有一个秘密……”。有时我们会生气,等到气头上将秘密脱口而出,阿菲菲士称之为“将计就计”战略。And then there is the most direct method: We just tell it, calmly. It#39;s important to explain to the other person why we are telling them the secret, says Anita Vangelisti, professor of communication studies at the University of Texas at Austin, who researches secrets. Say, #39;I am telling you this because I care about our relationship#39; or #39;I trust you with this information.#39;还有就是最直接的方法:平静地说出来。得克萨斯大学奥斯汀分校(University of Texas at Austin)研究秘密的传播学教授安妮塔#12539;万杰利斯蒂(Anita Vangelisti)说,很重要的一点是向对方解释为何要告诉他们这个秘密,比如“我告诉你这个秘密是因为我在乎我们的关系”,或者“我相信你会为我保密”。Explaining our motivation #39;helps reduce some of the tension, uncertainty and anxiety that might be evoked by the telling,#39; Dr. Vangelisti says.万杰利斯蒂士说,解释我们的动机“有助于减少说出秘密可能带来的压力、不确定感和焦虑”。#39;And if we do decide to share a secret,#39; she adds, #39;we need to be willing to listen afterward.#39;她说:“如果我们决定了要分享一个秘密,就需要在说出来后愿意倾听。” /201402/276590

  

  If you#39;ve ever dashed into the grocery store to pick up a tube of toothpaste, you#39;ve likely been stopped in your tracks by the glut of options available. There are at least more than a dozen brands, each one presenting several different specialties of cleaning ability: anti-cavity, whitening, better breath and healthier gums. Add to that the different costs, flavors and colors, and before you know it, an employee is asking you to make your way to the registers so the store can close.如果你冲进杂货店去买一牙膏,过多的选择很可能会让你停下来。至少有超过十二种品牌,每一种上都标注着几种清洁能力的不同特性:抗龋齿、美白、口气清新和健康牙龈。再加上不同的价格、味道和颜色,不知不觉中,商店里的雇员就催你去付款了,因为商品要关门了。But it#39;s not just the number of options that gives us pause -- it#39;s the amount of information each option has that trips us up, too. Social scientist Barry Schwartz interprets research on the subject to mean, in part, that an abundance of choices and information may make us falsely believe that the stakes are higher than they really are regarding the outcome of our decision.但是,我们停下来并不仅仅是因为选择的数量太多——每种选择所带给我们的信息也占部分原因。社会科学家巴里-施瓦茨对相关的研究进行了解释,在某种程度上,大量的选择和信息使我们错误地高估了选错的风险。He suggests that because we are presented with so much information, the overload of options and data leads us to falsely believe that, even a fairly mundane task like shopping for toothpaste, has great significance than it really does.他指出,由于我们面临着如此之多的信息,选择和数据的过量让我们错误地高估了任务的重要性,即便是像买牙膏这样相当常见的任务。Schwartz also points out that our increased ability to access information through the Internet can actually make matters worse. Inundated with results from a simple Web search, we must now choose which site among the hundreds of thousands to begin our evaluation.施瓦茨同时指出,我们访问互联网信息的能力日益增强,这会让事情变得更糟。一次简单的网页搜索就会出来大量的结果将我们淹没,我们必须对几十万的网站进行评估,从中进行选择。Our goal is to make the ;perfect; choice. When we make decisions, we#39;re motivated not only by the opportunity for gain, but also by the fear of loss. The decision-making process isn#39;t a purely analytical one -- researchers using functional magnetic resonance imaging on subjects who were faced with decisions discovered that the process of making a choice lights up portions of our brains that deal with regret and emotional memories: the medial orbitofrontal region, the anterior cingulate cortex and the hippocampus.我们的目标是做出“完美”的选择。当我们在做决定时,我们不仅仅是希望有所得,我们也害怕有所失。决策的过程不是单纯的分析过程——研究人员使用功能性磁共振成像技术对面临决策的受试者进行了研究,他们发现做决策的过程点亮了大脑中处理遗憾和情感记忆的部分:内侧眶额区、前扣带回皮质和海马区。But what we may regret most, according to Schwartz, is the extra time spent analyzing and comparing each and every bit of information, which can lead to frustration and fatigue, ultimately diminishing our decision-making ability.据施瓦茨所说,我们最后悔的,是花费在分析和比较信息上的那些时间,它会让我们沮丧和疲劳,最终削弱我们制定决策的能力。One good approach is to place a value on the time it takes to make your decision, compared to the value of the decision itself. In the case of toothpaste, you probably serve your interests sufficiently by quickly choosing any toothpaste that keeps white teeth securely rooted in your minty mouth.其中的一种好的方法是给做选择所花的时间定一个值,并与做选择本身的价值进行比较。在牙膏的这个例子中,你很有可能会快速地随便选择一管牙膏,其实这样就能够满足你的要求了,因为任何一种牙膏都能让你的牙齿洁白并让你的口气保持清新。 /201403/278445。

  

  

  People lie all the time, but depending on how skilled they are, it can be difficult to determine when someone is lying to you. Do you know how to recognize the signs that someone is lying to you? Some of the signs are obvious while others are more subliminal, but there are ways to catch someone in a lie, you just need to know what they are. Here are some easy ways to recognize liars and catch lies:人们都会撒谎,区别只是撒谎技术的高下;有时,很难判断一个人是否在对你撒谎。你知道通过哪些信号来分辨一个人是否在对你撒谎么?有些信号十分明显,而有些则稍纵即逝难以察觉。不过,总有办法能识别谎言,而你所要知道的就是了解这些信号。下面就一起来看看如何轻松发现撒谎者和他们的谎言吧~ /201408/319960

  

  

  

  Those in a serious relationship have long been warned about the dangers of the seven-year itch. But research has found couples risk running into trouble far earlier - thanks to the seven-month slouch.已婚男女要警惕“七年之痒”说法由来已久。但一项调查发现,情侣之间出现问题的时间要远远早于七年,这就是“七月之懒”。This is the point at which we stop trying quite so hard to impress our new love and start revealing all the bad habits that have so far remained hidden.当两人在一起相处了七个月之后,双方不再像刚开始那样努力想给对方留下好印象,而开始“原形毕露”。These can include unsavoury bodily functions such as breaking wind in front of an other half, nose picking or letting armpits go unshaven. Before the milestone, most couples enjoy an extended honeymoon period where both go out of their way to keep well-groomed and observe good manners.比如,当着对方的面放屁、挖鼻子,或不刮腋毛。而在此之前,很多情侣都处于热恋期,两人都用心地装扮自己,努力在对方面前保持好的形象。However, it seems once a couple has been together for around seven months they decide they really do love each other and start to let go.然而,似乎两人在一起到了七个月左右时,他们就会觉得彼此的感情已经稳定,便开始放任自流。According to a survey of 1,000 adults, the seven-month point is when couples are most likely to think it acceptable to stop paying attention to details such as shaving regularly and keeping nails trimmed while also putting their bad habits on display.一项对1000名成年人开展的调查显示,情侣们在一起到了七个月时,便开始觉得可以不再注意定期刮毛和修指甲这样的细节问题,而且还会渐渐暴露出自己的坏习惯。More than nine in ten women and almost as many men admit that they let themselves go once they are in the full throes of a romance.90%以上的女性承认,一旦感情稳定下来,她们便开始放松自己。相同比例的男性也是如此。However it seems men are far happier to relax their standards while more women told researchers from Remington that they never allow themselves to be seen looking hairy or too unkempt.然而据雷明顿调查人员的调查,男性似乎更容易放松自己的标准,较多的女性称她们从不会让自己看起来头发凌乱或邋里邋遢。More than half of all adults said they make a special effort at the start of a relationship.超过一半的人说他们在刚开始谈恋爱时都特别注意这些问题。Once life with their other half becomes more routine, 48 per cent said they start breaking wind in front of their partner, 68 per cent will skip sexy clothes for unflattering outfits round the house and 58 per cent walk around naked.而一旦与另一半的感情稳定下来,48%的人会开始当着对方的面放屁,68%的人不再追求性感的衣着,而是穿得非常随便,58%的人会光着身子在屋里走来走去。Only 6 per cent said they would never let their partner see them be so uncouth.只有6%的人说他们永远不会在伴侣面前表现得如此放肆。There are also still some traditionalists out there, with 13 per cent saying they believe revealing bad habits is only acceptable after marriage.调查对象中不乏一些传统人士,13%的人认为只有在结婚之后才可以放松一点。 /201403/278028

  

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