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World Stocks Down Again; US Retail Sales Drop美欧亚股市下滑 美国零售额急挫 Stock prices were down again Wednesday, on Wall Street and in Europe and Asia. Investors seem to doubt that plans to help troubled financial institutions will be enough to fight off a deep recession. 华尔街,欧洲和亚洲股票价格星期三再次全线下滑。投资者似乎怀疑挽救陷入困境的金融机构的计划是否足以避免经济陷入严重衰退。Wall Street followed Europe and most Asian exchanges in losing ground on Wednesday. In New York, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down more than 300 points, or three percent, early in the day. London's FTSE 100 index, the DAX in Frankfurt and the CAC 40 in Paris were all down more than five percent in afternoon trading. 华尔街股市随着欧洲和亚洲大部分地区星期三的收红而应声下滑。 在纽约,道琼斯工业平均指数在早市中下跌超过300多点,或百分之三。在一天前。伦敦金融时报100指数,法兰克福DAX指数和巴黎CAC-40指数在下午的交易中均下跌超过百分之五。In Tokyo, the Nikkei index gained 100 points, or more than one percent, but Hong Kong's Hang Seng dropped almost five percent (835 points). 在东京,日经指数上涨100点,涨幅超过百分之一。但是,香港恒生指数下跌近百分之五,跌了835点。A report that U.S. retail sales plunged in September accented global concerns that the ed States is either moving toward a recession or aly in one. The Commerce Department said Wednesday retail sales dropped by 1.2 percent last month. It was the biggest decline in three years, and almost double what experts were expecting. Consumer spending is two-thirds of the total U.S. economic activity. 最新公布的一份报告显示,美国零售销售额九月份急剧下挫,导致全球担心美国是否正在走向经济衰退,或者已经进入衰退。 美国商务部星期三说,美国零售销售额九月份下降了百分之一点二,这是三年来的最大降幅,几乎比专家预期的数字增加一倍。消费者出占美国整个经济活动的三分之二。Another report showed that U.S. wholesale prices dropped for the second straight month, led by retreating energy costs. But aside from energy and food, all other wholesale prices had their biggest annual increase in more than 17 years. 另一项报告显示,在能源价格的带领下,美国批发物价指数9月份连续第二个月下降。但是除了能源和食品之外,所有其它商品批发价格的年度升幅达到17年来的最高记录。U.S. President George Bush says he believes the nation's economy will rebound. As the president met with his Cabinet Wednesday to discuss the financial crisis, he said his administration has taken bold actions to strengthen financial institutions. 美国总统布什说,他相信国家的经济将会反弹。布什总统星期三会见了他的内阁成员讨论了金融危机,他说,他的政府已经采取了大胆的行动,以加强金融机构。"These are extraordinary measures, no question about it," he said. "But they are well thought out, they are necessary and I am confident in the long run this economy will come back." 布什说:“这些都是非常措施,这一点没有疑问。但是这些措施都经过深思熟虑,同时也是必要的,我相信从长远来看,美国经济一定会反弹。”On Tuesday, Mr. Bush announced plans for the government to buy 0 billion in stock in private banks, in hopes of getting credit flowing again. 星期二,布什总统宣布,他计划由政府出资购买2500亿美元的私营的股票,希望能够恢复信贷的流动。Meanwhile, the European Union is holding a summit in Brussels, focused on the financial crisis. EU officials want to increase the amount of money protected by insurance, among other initiatives. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says the world's financial institutions need major changes.  与此同时,欧洲联盟正在布鲁塞尔举行一次首脑会议,重点讨论金融危机。欧盟官员们希望增加保险保障的金额,并采取其它措施。英国首相戈登.布朗表示,世界各地的金融机构需要做出重大的改革。"To build confidence about the future, which is essential for every saver and every depositor and every business, we have to show that we are dealing with the problems that caused the events of the last few months in the first place," he said. 布朗说:“建立对未来的信任,对每一个存款人,对每一个储蓄户和每一个企业都是至关重要的。为了建立这种信心,我们必须表明我们正在首先处理过去几个月的事件造成的问题。”In other business news, U.S. antitrust regulators have approved Bank of America's billion purchase of Merrill Lynch. The deal combines the largest U.S. bank by deposits with the world's largest brokerage. The acquisition must still be approved by the U.S. central bank, the Federal Reserve. 在其他商业新闻方面,美国反垄断监管机构已经批准美州350亿美元收购美林的计划。此次收购将是美国最大的存款与世界上最大的券商的合并。收购计划还必须得到美国的中央,也就是美国联邦储备委员会的批准。Also, J.P. Morgan Chase's profit plunged by 84 percent in the third quarter, due largely to bad mortgage investments, leveraged loans and home loans. Still, profits at the New York-based bank were higher than expected. 此外,根大通第三季度的利润暴跌了百分之八十四,主要由于不良房贷的投资,杠杆贷款和住房贷款。不过,总部设在纽约的根的利润仍然比预期的要好。And one big U.S.-based company has some good news. Coca-Cola reports its third-quarter profits were up 14 percent. Sales in emerging markets offset weakness in North America. 有一个美国大公司有好的消息。可口可乐公司报告其第三季度利润增长百分之十四。可口可乐在新兴市场的销售抵消了北美市场的疲软。200810/53010The crisis felt around the world U.S. financial troubles reverberate in economies from Thailand to Buenos Aires, threatening to drag countries into the downward spiral. I am down in this Bangkok where traders have been watching this red hours with horror and have been a lot this year. The market is down some 20% in pop because of the political crisis going on here but mostly because of the global critical crunch. People worry because Thailand is next export economy. It could be hit badly if there is a global slowdown. One analist spoke to this opertimistic, he said Thailand got its fingers burn in the financial crisis more than 10 years ago. This time Thailand is better to prepare. I am here in the port of Hongkong. This port is one of the busiest in the world. You can tell this by all these trucks that are circulating around me. These trucks are mainly carrying goods that are made in China. And those goods are then shipped all over the world to countries like the ed States. Now US economy is slowing down and that's contribute to the closure of thousands of factories right across the boarder because the exports are falling. The concern now is that if the US economy is continuing to slow down, follow into recession, China's economy could also falter. I am L the heart of Beijing's financial district where there are few things on s I told you so. Here at the people's bank of china where they set monetary policy, they resist calls for deregulation and for mereing the US financial system. Because that direct China's markets is unlikely. That doesn't mean there is no impact. The stock markets have fallen somewhat, investors are worried. But the government has stepped in with small measures trying to bring those investors back in. I am David M outside Arabic stock exchange here in K. K is very g about financial crisis in the US. This exchange has lost over a quarter of its value this year because of political instability here in K and not financial crisis in America. K is hoping for politicians on capital to sort out some bailout for the financial system because the economy here is very much tight to the economy in the US. I am H opposite street in central London, one of the busiest shopping streets in the country. Here the sale signs are all y. Retailers are facing higher costs of food and utility bills and of course the weaking pound. Analists suggest many retailers are trying to pause high volume of goods a bargain prices or the attempt to key ring. I am G outside Madrid city hall, here the lastest sign the US economy worries are also griping Spain. The city has just freeze plans store's facilities and daycare centers for children to save three hundred million dollars. Spanish newspapers are leading with the block financial rescue plan in Washington. Some are blaming republicans. Spain makes 3 million cars a year mainly for export but many car factories here are cutting their work shifts because the demand is down by a third. I am A outside the A officers in downtown Rome. The US financial crisis could make matters worse for the Italian national airline here. It's bankrupt but it keeps flying because it's been rescured by a group of italian investors include S. S have business financial ties to US financial institutions. And the worse things going in the US the harder it is for these banks and institutions to come up with enough cash and enough money to keep the airline fly. I am B in the N neighood in B Argentina. It's line with a lot of national cafes and bars. Argentinas are used to economic instability. The fact in 2001 they had the largest dead fall in mordern history 100 billion dollars. People back here pay close attention to what's happening in US during its financial crisis. Inflation is main problem here right now. A restaurant like this the prices of food inflate all the time. A remain f that the crisis in the US is not resolved, the fall up here to be much worse than their financial crisis 70 years ago.200810/54205中国政府最近又采取了新措施,以应对过热的房地产市场,这是两周来第三次调整了。分析人士认为,这些措施不会立马见效,但可以看出,中国的地产业将有一次重大改变。China Sets New Property Market Rules for Second Time in Two Weeks After pledging to crack down on land hoarders earlier this month, China's Ministry of Land and Resources, the land watchdog, now says that no land transaction for housing projects will be allowed before early April, when the authorities will release this year's plan for land use.Ministry official Dou Minli says for local governments, having to temporarily halt land transactions and report their plans before selling are new rules."Any new land transactions are forbidden until the local governments set details for affordable housing projects."China is set to build 3 million new units of affordable housing and to renovate 2.8 million units in shantytowns nationwide this year. The Ministry of Land and Resources is working on specifying the plan.Meanwhile, China's State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission, the top supervisor of state-owned enterprises, has ordered 78 companies to hand in their plans for withdrawing from the property market within 15 working days. Du Yuanquan, spokesman for the top supervisor, says that only 16 state-owned enterprises that specialize in real-estate are permitted to keep their business."The chosen state-owned subsidiaries are required to withdraw from the property market as soon as they finish current projects."Among those ordered to end real estate business are the SOEs who bid on prime properties and set records for new land prices in the capital earlier this month.Chinese overseas shipping giant COSCO says the corporation will quit the real estate market in half a year. It is so far the first and only company to disclose its timeline. After heated debate during the mid-March political sessions, Chinese policymakers have come to the consensus that dealing with the overheating property market must involve two parallel approaches: one is curbing land prices by changing the current fiscal structure of the local governments that over-rely on selling land, and the other is expanding affordable housing projects.Song Huiyong, a real-estate analyst with the Centaline Group, says these acts may indicate the emergence of a new housing reform that will end total market-orientation."The process of fundamentally restructuring China's property market is on. The era of full market orientation is over. It also means the property market reform proposal that has been put on the agenda of the top legislature is on track."Chinese people saw a sudden marketization in the property market in the late 1990s. Before that, most city residents rented houses from their employers.Du Lijun, CRI news.201003/99586Obama Moves Quickly to Staff Administration奥巴马积极选人担任新政府重职  President-elect Barack Obama is moving quickly to fill important jobs in his administration and develop his response to the economic crisis. Political analysts say the transition to the new administration is particularly important with the nation facing an economic emergency as well as the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. 美国总统当选人巴拉克.奥巴马正在积极挑选新政府重要职位的人选,并且对经济危机做出回应。政治分析家说,由于国家面临经济紧张情势和伊拉克与阿富汗两场战争,权力移交尤其重要。After meeting with his newly-formed Transition Economic Advisory Board Friday Mr. Obama left no doubt about the top priority of his administration. 星期五,在与他新组成的“交接经济顾问团”开完会之后,奥巴马确认了新政府的首要任务。"Immediately after I become president, I am going to confront this economic crisis head on by taking all necessary steps to ease the credit crisis, help hard working families and restore growth and prosperity," he said. 他说:“从我就任总统的那一刻起,我将迎战经济危机,采取所有必须的步骤来减轻信贷危机,帮助努力工作的家庭,恢复经济增长与繁荣。”But Mr. Obama was also careful to point out the ed States has only one president at a time and the Bush administration will run the government until January 20 when he is sworn in as America's 44th president. 但奥巴马也谨慎的指出,美国在一个时期,只有一位总统,而在他于明年1月20日宣誓就职成为第44位美国总统之前,布什仍旧是美国政府的领导人。Still, Mr. Obama has indicated he wants to move quickly during the transition and within days of the election he announced his selection of Representative Rahm Emanuel as his White House Chief of Staff. 然而,奥巴马指出他希望移交能尽快进行,并且在几天之内就宣布了选择众议员莱姆.伊曼纽尔作为白宫办公厅主任。Leon Panetta, who served as chief of staff to former President Bill Clinton, says Mr. Obama's next appointments should focus on the economy. 列昂.帕内塔曾是美国前总统比尔.克林顿的办公厅主任,他说奥巴马下一个任命的官员应该集中处理经济问题。"Hopefully the next step will be to put an economic team in place, early, because of the importance of transitioning now on economic issues," he said. "This is an unusual situation, where the president-elect of the ed States not only is facing huge deficits and an economy in recession, but has a 0 billion rescue plan, which puts the president right in the middle of running the banks and the credit systems in this country." 帕内塔说:“希望下一步是尽早组建经济团队,因为现在重要的移交议题是经济危机。这是一个不寻常的状况,因为美国总统当选人不但面临巨额的赤字,衰退的经济,还有7千亿美元的救市计划,这些都让新总统直接参与经管国内的以及信贷体系。”Panetta says as soon as the economic team is in place Mr. Obama needs to make important appointments to deal with national security issues, especially the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. 帕内塔说,经济团队就位之后,奥巴马需要随即任命国家安全官员,尤其是针对伊拉克与阿富汗战争。Panetta says the president-elect must also move swiftly to improve America's image overseas. 帕内塔说,总统当选人必须同时尽快改善美国在国际上的形象。"I do think it is really important for the president, obviously to reach out to the international world and reestablish relations with the world and reintroduce the ed States to the rest of the world," he said. "Reaffirm our alliances, listen to people abroad." “很明显,我想对于总统而言,与国际社会接触,并且重新向世界介绍美国,真的很重要。重新稳固我们的盟邦,并且聆听世界人民的声音。”The Director of Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution, Darrell West, says Mr. Obama needs to lower expectations about how much can be accomplished in the days and weeks after he is sworn in.  布鲁金斯学会的管理研究所主任达雷尔.韦斯特说,奥巴马需要降低人们对于他宣誓就职之后的几天与几个星期之内所能实现成就的期望。West says during the transition Mr. Obama needs to explain just how difficult it will be to solve the economic crisis. 韦斯特说,在移交期间,奥巴马需要解释解决经济危机将是多么困难。"Obama joked about being Superman. The problem he faces is that there are too many people in the ed States, as well as around the world, who actually see him that way and expect him to perform miracles," he said. "Now he is an individual who has extraordinary leadership and communications abilities, but he is also taking office at the time of our most challenging transition since the Great Depression." “奥巴马开玩笑说他并不是超人。问题是,太多美国人以及国际上,都真的认为他是超人,并且期待他创造奇迹。现在他是个拥有卓越领导能力以及沟通能力的人,但他同时也将在从大萧条以来我们国家最受到挑战的时刻接下总统大任。”Terry Edmonds was the director of speechwriting for President Clinton. He says Mr. Obama maybe the best communicator in the White House since Ronald Reagan. 特里.埃德蒙兹是克林顿前总统的演讲稿撰写人。他说奥巴马或许是自从里根以来最具沟通能力的美国总统。Edmonds says the skills that helped Mr. Obama win the election will serve him well during the transition and when he takes office. 埃德蒙兹说,协助奥巴马赢得选举的技能,将在移交期间以及就任之后,同样能帮助他。"Barack Obama will begin his administration with some strong qualities that he has demonstrated throughout the campaign, which are steadfastness, a consistent message," he said. "He is a great communicator." “巴拉克.奥巴马的新政府将由展示他在选战当中展现的某些坚强特质开始。这些特质包括了坚忍,始终如一的讯息。他具有卓越的沟通才能。”On Monday, Mr. Obama will meet with President Bush to discuss the transfer of power. No recent president-elect from an opposing party has been received at the White House so quickly after an election, underscoring how rapidly the transition is occurring in a time of war and financial crisis. 星期一,奥巴马将会与布什总统会晤,讨论权力移交事宜。近年来从没有一名反对党的总统当选人能在选举后就这么快的受邀进入白宫,这彰显了在战争期间以及金融危机的时期,移交过程在多么快速的进行。200811/55628

The secret to longevity Meet two seniors who have survived to the doorsteps of 100 years.An accountant Sidney Brunswick loves two things, working which he’s been doing since 1927, ″I don’t want retired, I want to keep working as long as I can live,″and telling jokes. ″And I can write a load of 100 jokes, 50 I can tell just by memory. ″He is 97 years old, I feel fine, physically I feel great, my sexual demands, maybe a little less, I can’t help that.He is younger compare to the Rhea Tauber, a former school teacher, she likes to write columns for a local paper, and is working on her Autobiography, and she recently turned 100. They held a big party for me for my 100 birthday, and everybody in the home, can’t come out. Because they never heard about it, 100 years old, is so working. For the last 35 years, she’s been living on her lone. And she says she is happy that way. It keeps on the toss.You are 100 years old, you shouldn’t be live alone. And I said, that’s good for me. Despite that, I keep on sepsis. At the time of American life expectancy is 78 years, there is no obvious reason why Rhea and Sidney should still be alive, much less thriving. Sidney’s eating habit would make a nutritionist way. I love fried chicken, I love fried fish, I hate vegetables, and I violate every dietary law.And Rhea was .referred to by her own doctors as the miracle lady, ″they can’t figure out why. I love the way I do, enjoy life the way I do, go about travel.″So why are they live as long as well as they do? The answer, according to one doctor is on their genes. This is all the samples’ box, where we stored the blood and DNA of our subjects. For the last nine years, the doctors, Albert Einstein College, has been decoding the DNA 1500 very old people and their children, trying to find out the secret of the longevity, both reality Rhea and Cindy are enrolled in the study, Only one of 10 thousand is going to be100. And we know this, when these people who get to be 100, they either delay or they don’t get age related diseases. So far, Boards of Allies had identified three genes that seems to play a big role. All the three genes that we have found so far that are protecting from diseases that leads to diabetes and heart diseases. (What’s new?...)The genes appear to promote a long life, by protecting against diseases in the old age, including heart disease, stroke and Alzheimer’s. For synth- neurines, their aging has been delayed by about 30 years. That is all comes down to the genes, is no surprise to Sidney, he has an old brother, who just turned 100. And his grandmother lived until 113. It’s an act of God, its genes from my grandma. We got the long age. For the rest of us, of course I hope, one day, his research would leave to a drug.Woo, that’s a synth- neurine.Giving everyone a shot at living like this.When my granddaughter’s marrying, I have been to the church, when the qiaqia begins, they are screaming that grandmother is dancing. 200812/59836

PM Plans To Create 100,000 Jobs Gordon Brown has unveiled plans to create up to 100,00 new jobs in a bid to combat the recession. The PM's pledge comes in an interview for today's Observer magazine. Sky's Niall Paterson reports. People don't want to start the New Year with the bang and Gordan Brown's big idea suddenly grabs the attention, creating new jobs at a time when many are losing theirs, all these are the begining of what looks like being one of the toughest period in modern British history. The Prime Minister told the Observer: I want to show how we will be able to, through public investments and public works, create probably 100,000 additional jobs... schools,hospitals, environmental work and infrastructure, transport... We are not going to stand by and allow nothing to be done when people are facing difficulties. Sooner public money will be used to found public works, providing as many as 30,000 jobs, repairing schools, helping hurted construction firms . There will be farther investments in the environmental and digital industries. Mr. Brown believes the world's economy will double over the next 20 years and Britain needs to take advantage. And further measures are promised to get banks' lending once more. Suddenly the creation of the jobs through the public works has a familiar feel to it's President Roosevelt New Deal in the 30s, was designed to lift the America out of the economic Dow Johns/but many students feel that that plan in fact prolongs the great depresion and with plenty of people who say Gorge Brown's plan will have lilttle or no effect. Unemployment currently stands at an alarming 1.9 million, the highest has been since 1997, experts see it could get as high as 3.1 million in two years time, in those circumstances, 100,000 extra jobs which could drop in the ocean. "I frankly think that the made-works scheme of this kind simplly don't work in the modern age, and I think Gordan Brown is simply desperate to make sure that the figure of 3 million is not reached." That plan's goal is a cautiously ambitious one, but the New Year's resolutions are notorious difficult to stick to, you are on Sky News, Wesminister01/60972

Foreign policy外交政策Home alone独守本土As China rises, must Australia tremble?当中国崛起时,澳大利亚必将战栗? May 26th 2011 | from the print editionBACK IN THE days of the tyranny of distance, the primal terror of Australians was the fear of abandonment. During the country’s first few decades it looked for its security to Britain, a friendly but far-off power. After Singapore fell to the Japanese in 1942, Britain abandoned its former colony. Fortunately, America took its place and has been guaranteeing Australia’s security ever since. Even so, Australia is once again feeling nervous about finding itself alone, prompted by three changes. The first is the growing economic power of China, followed closely by its growing political and military power. The second is that America’s role as the single pole of a unipolar world is inevitably coming to an end. And third, Australia’s new pattern of trade means that for the first time its main commercial partner, China, is not a strategic ally. None of this involves an immediate threat to Australians, but it makes life more complicated.在世界还被距离所主宰的时代,澳大利亚人最大的恐惧莫过于遭到抛弃。在该国成立之初的几十年中,澳大利亚仰仗友好却遥远的强国——英国为其提供安全保障。当新加坡于1942年被日本人攻陷之后,英国抛弃了这片先前的殖民地。幸好,美国接了英国的位置,并在此后一直保障着澳大利亚的安全。即便如此,由于三方面变化所致,澳大利亚还是再一次为发觉自己孤立无援而忧心忡忡。第一种变化是中国正在增强的经济实力,以及该国紧随经济实力增长而增长的政治与军事实力。第二种变化在于,美国所扮演的单极世界中唯一一极的角色正在不可避免地走向终结。第三种变化则是,澳大利亚新的贸易格局意味着出现了前所未有的情况,即该国主要的商业伙伴——中国,并不是自己的战略盟友。对于澳大利亚人而言,所有这一切并没有包含迫在眉睫的威胁,但它却使生活变得更加复杂。201105/138565

Europe's debt saga欧洲的债务援助行动Every which way but solved远未解决A bail-out strategy as bankrupt as Greece should be ditched. It probably won’t be本应放弃像希腊一样没有偿债能力的纾困措施。但也许未必如此May 12th 2011 | ATHENS AND LONDON | from the print editionIF APRIL is the cruellest month for poets, May is the harshest one for European leaders. A year ago they tore up the rule book to bail out Greece and to ward off market attacks on other fiscal reprobates in the euro area. The first anniversary of the rescue mission has been nothing to celebrate. Despite a year of grinding hardship Greece looks ever more likely to have to restructure its debts. The official rescue funds hastily mustered in May 2010 have had to be deployed twice more since then, first to support Ireland late last year, and now to keep Portugal afloat.如果对诗人来说,四月是最残忍的一个月,那么对欧洲领导人来说,五月就是最严酷的月份。一年前,他们违反了规则对希腊进行纾困,以避免其它有债务问题的欧盟国家也受到市场冲击。援救行动的第一个周年纪念没有什么值得庆祝的。尽管经历了一年艰辛不懈的努力,希腊看起来却更可能进行债务重组了。继2010年5月之后,又两次动用了那时仓促筹集的官方援助资金,第一次是去年年底援爱尔兰,现在则是为了保住葡萄牙。The most pressing concern is Greece. The big hitters in the euro area—in particular Germany and the European Central Bank—are squabbling furiously about how to deal with the country’s debt burden. News of a “secret” meeting on May 6th between finance ministers from Greece and its main euro-area creditor states leaked out along with a report that Greece might leave the euro. That claim was strenuously denied. But policymakers seem unable to agree on much else.最紧迫的问题是希腊。欧元区重量级人物——特别是德国和欧洲央行——正为如何处理希腊的债务而激烈争吵。有消息称,5月6日希腊财长们和它在欧元区主要的债权国秘密会晤,并且透露出一份希腊可能被逐出欧盟的报告。这个说法被各方强烈否认。但是政策制定者们似乎再无意见相同之处。201105/138093

来到了落基山国家公园 ,看到了最高峰是久久峰(Longs Peak),它高达14255尺。这里大多数是陡峭的悬崖和锯齿状的峭壁,究竟是什么原因呢?值得探索!Back on the ground, Anderson is looking for evidence that will reveal the processes that shaped the jagged peaks. On a hillside, he finds mysterious large boulders scattered across the valley floor. A closer look uncovers some secrets about their origin.;Im standing in front of a rounded boulder that itself is sitting on a smooth, bedrock (基岩)outcrop(露出地面的岩层). Both the boulder and the outcrop are covered in lichen (地衣,苔藓)here of green to black to grey colours. And therefore I had to whack up a piece of the rock in order to see inside the rock. And indeed it is different. The mineral(s) that I see in the texture of the rock is different from the underlying rock. And therefore the rock is (a) foreign to this particular site.;Anderson searches the ground for more clues as to how this massive boulder got here. Nearby he finds a smooth surface with very fine scratch marks.;Im sitting on a polished surface. This little piece right here is smooth to the touch. And if I look at it in a certain way the light glints (闪闪发光)off, but just right I can see that there are scratches running in this direction across the surface.;The only force that could have produced this fine parallel scratches on the rock is ice, and lots of it. Its a clue that a massive glacier once filled this valley.;And that tells me that the glacier came down the valley, came across this surface and eroded it. Each one of these scratches corresponds to a sand grain embedded in the sole of the ice, that just like sandpaper smoothes off the surface. So zillions of sand grains over thousands of years will have eroded this surface smooth.;As glaciers flowed down the valley, they picked up rocks and grit. The ice pushed down on these cutting tools with the weight of over a thousand fully loaded garbage trucks. It left scratch marks all over the Rockies up to a thousand feet high. This is evidence that a massive wall of ice covered this part of the Rockies and shaped the Mountains. The ice ripped out the rock from the valley walls and left behind the jagged cliffs and rugged edges.小编有约:注意细节的人很容易成功,在这里作者就偶然发现圆滑的石头上面有小小的划痕,进而通过划痕发现冰川,通过冰川发现冰里面的沙子,通过沙子发现类似砂纸的功效。从而推断出为什么这里是陡峭的悬崖和锯齿状的峭壁。本文为小编自己翻译以及讲解的文章,如有改进的地方请大家留言!如有转载请注明来源!课后题目:Daisy很想建议大家爬爬山,感受大自然的魅力,想一想自己家乡的山中会发生怎样的故事让人难忘呢?162874

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