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TED(指Technology, Entertainment, Design在英语中的缩写,即技术、娱乐、设计)是美国的一家私有非营利机构,该机构以它组织的TED大会著称。TED诞生於1984年,其发起人是里查德·沃曼。
TED演讲 第44期:从20马赫的滑翔机到蜂鸟无人机的感想2015-02-21
Thats an unnatural act for a rocket. The third stage has a camera. We call it rocketcam. And its pointed at the hypersonic glider. This is the actual rocketcam footage from flight one. Now to conceal the shape, we changed the aspect ratio a little bit.
TED演讲 第43期:从20马赫的滑翔机到蜂鸟无人机的感想2015-02-21
40 years later, aero experts coined the term transonic. They debated, should it have one S or two? You see, they were having trouble in this flight regime, and it wasnt at all clear that we could fly faster than the speed of sound.
TED演讲 第42期:从20马赫的滑翔机到蜂鸟无人机的感想2015-02-20
You should be nice to nerds. In fact, Id go so far as to say, if you dont already have a nerd in your life, you should get one. Im just saying. Scientists and engineers change the world. Id like to tell you about a magical place called DARPA
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第41期:老兵为何恋战2015-02-20
He remembers people saying, as he was sort of half-conscious, he remembers people saying, Steiners been hit in the head. Steiners dead. And he was thinking, Im not dead. And he sat up. And Brendan realized after that he could not protect his men, and that was the only time he cried in Afghanistan, was realizing that.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第40期:老兵为何恋战2015-02-19
And he thought about it quite a long time, and finally he said, Maam, I miss almost all of it. And hes one of the most traumatized people Ive seen from that war. Maam, I miss almost all of it. What is he talking about? Hes not a psychopath.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第39期:老兵为何恋战2015-02-19
Young men will go to great lengths to have that experience. Its wired into us. Its hormonally supported. The mortality rate for young men in society, is six times what it is for young women, from violence and from accidents, just the stupid stuff that young men do
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第38期:老兵为何恋战2015-02-18
It was named after the platoon medic. that had been killed about two months into the deployment. It was a few plywood B-huts clinging to a side of a ridge, and sandbags, bunkers, gun positions, and there were 20 men up there of Second Platoon, Battle Company.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第37期:老兵为何恋战2015-02-18
Im going to ask and try to answer in some ways, kind of an uncomfortable question. Both civilians, obviously, and soldiers, suffer in war; I dont think any civilian has ever missed, the war that they were subjected to.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第36期:生命中最惨痛的时刻如何造就我们2015-02-17
And I sometimes wonder whether I could have found such fulfillment in marriage and children if theyd come more readily, if Id been straight in my youth or were young now, in either of which cases this might be easier. Perhaps I could.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第35期:生命中最惨痛的时刻如何造就我们2015-02-17
Gay rights are not primarily marriage rights, and for the millions who live in unaccepting places with no resources, dignity remains elusive. I am lucky to have forged meaning and built identity, but thats still a rare privilege, and gay people deserve more collectively
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第34期:生命中最惨痛的时刻如何造就我们2015-02-16
But if you banish the dragons, you banish the heroes, and we become attached to the heroic strain in our own lives. Ive sometimes wondered whether I could have ceased to hate that part of myself without gay prides technicolor fiesta, of which this speech is one manifestation.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第33期:生命中最惨痛的时刻如何造就我们2015-02-16
And they went on and on, and the soldier watched, and then he sat there for a full minute after they were finished and looked at us so bedraggled in the rain, and said, What you have said is true, and we must bow to the will of the people.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第32期:生命中最惨痛的时刻如何造就我们2015-02-15
We cannot bear a pointless torment, but we can endure great pain if we believe that its purposeful. Ease makes less of an impression on us than struggle. We could have been ourselves without our delights, but not without the misfortunes that drive our search for meaning.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第31期:生命中最惨痛的时刻如何造就我们2015-02-15
Dr. Ma Thida, a leading human rights activist who had nearly died in prison and had spent many years in solitary confinement, told me she was grateful to her jailers for the time she had had to think, for the wisdom she had gained
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第30期:生命中最惨痛的时刻如何造就我们2015-02-14
and you need to fold the worst events of your life into a narrative of triumph, evincing a better self in response to things that hurt. One of the other mothers I interviewed when I was working on my book had been raped as an adolescent, and had a child following that rape
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第29期:生命中最惨痛的时刻如何造就我们2015-02-14
As a student of adversity, Ive been struck over the years by how some people with major challenges seem to draw strength from them, and Ive heard the popular wisdom that that has to do with finding meaning. And for a long time