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学习英语 / Idioms (成语)
« on: October 15, 2018, 04:28:46 PM »

Idioms (成语)

十个英文的成语

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idioms
英 ['ɪdɪəmz] 美 ['ɪdɪrmz]

n.
成语;习语( idiom的名词复数 );(在语言等方面所表现的)风格;(某时期或某地区的人的)语言和语法
https://fanyi.baidu.com/#en/zh/idioms

10个英文的成语

1. Cost an arm and a leg (to be very expensive).
2. Bend over backwards (to try very hard to so something).
3. Go fly a kite (to tell someone to go away).
4. Spill the beans (to give away a secret).
5. To see eye to eye (to agree on something).
6. Miss the boat (to miss an opportunity).
7. Kill two birds with one stone (to do two things at one time).
8. On the ball (to be paying attention/at your best).
9. Sitting on the fence (can’t choose between two things).
10. The best of both worlds (getting the best things from two situations).

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Philosophy / Why Evolution Matters
« on: October 05, 2018, 09:32:17 PM »

Why Evolution Matters


Medicinal Reasons


Medical testing on animals (such as cancer fighting drugs in rats), organ transplants from animals (such as pig heart valve transplants), and gene implantation (such as into bacteria to synthesize insulin) all depend on the notion that we share common biomolecular processes and structures.  We have these commonalities because we share a common ancestor that also shared those traits.  Knowing that gives us the power to predict new treatments and innovations that can and do save lives.
 
In order to be able to keep up with bacterial (like MRSA), viral (like SARS, H1N1, HIV), fungal, and protist infections we need to understand the governing principles and mechanics behind their origin and evolution. Each of those four categories requires very different treatment because of their differing traits and evolutionary histories (like differences in cell walls, ribosomes, and immune response). Knowledge is power when it comes to being able to make predictions about which research and treatments to pursue.

Agricultural Reasons


Just about everything your average person eats has been modified by humans in some way.   Wild mustard is just one easy example that demonstrates the power this process of artificial selection has.  Being conscious of the evolution of food informs one's decisions about seed banks, genetic modification, ecology, biodiversity, maintaining diversity to lessen disease attacks, etc.

Evolutionary Psychology Reasons


Our minds, like the rest of our body, are the product of evolution and its change agents, like natural selection.  Evolutionary psychology, while often speculative, has the ability to reveal the sources of both our strengths, like our care for each other, generosity, ability to forgive wrongs, intelligence, empathy, etc., and our  weaknesses, like our fear, greed, anger, out group/in group bias, etc. Being aware of these and exploring its implications gives us the insight needed to strive towards being the best individuals and societies we can be.  Far from a license to act "like an animal" it is a call to at times resist our evolutionary inclinations and live a fulfilling life according to wisdom and ethics of today rather than according to what was adaptive in the often harsh ancestral environment we came from.  When dealing with others it also gives us the space we need to be patient and understanding--we are all a work in progress.

Biological Understanding Reasons


"Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution." -Theodosius Dobzhansky, evolutionary biologist and Russian Orthodox Christian. Trying to understand biology without evolution would be like trying to get a PhD but not being able to read.  You can try.  You just won't get very far.

Conservation Reasons


 Understanding population genetics, adaptation, and that each population has a unique and precious evolutionary history is essential to productive, long term conservation.

Personal Reasons


This is your story!   What could be more important than that?

Source: http://www.evolutionevidence.org/why-evolution-matters/

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Food / How to Cook Easy
« on: September 23, 2018, 10:55:45 PM »

How to cook easy


It's a general important question how to cook easy. We're going to answer it, in this Food section of our big international omnilogy forum.

How to cook easy meals


We're eager to show you how to cook easy meals.

How to cook easy food


Here you'll learn how to cook easy food. We'll show you how to cook easy things (edible things).

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THE SUPER TYPHOON MANGHUT IS COMING!!!

The Chinese name of the typhoon is 'Shanzhu' (“山竹”)


The typhoon Manghut is going most probably to hit the Northern Philippines, Southern China (Guangdong province, Macau SAR, Hongkong SAR, Hainan province) and Northern Vietnam. Its Chinese name is 山竹 (shanzhu). You may see this map: and be careful!

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Social network | SEO - Social network / Keep calm and...
« on: September 11, 2018, 11:15:06 PM »

Keep calm


Keep calm and visit www.seo-forum-seo-luntan.com. :)

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Stars / The Sacred Riana
« on: September 10, 2018, 06:10:09 PM »

The Sacred Riana


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Sacred Ri
Sacred Ria
Sacred Rian
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Sacred Ria
Sacred Ri
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sacred_Riana

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A Massive "Buddha's Palm" Spotted in Inner Mongolia


Inner Mongolia (Nei Menggu; 内蒙古) is in China. A massive Buddha's palm was spotted over there. It's a piece of earth art.

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A Cardinal Anti-Spam Reform in the Omnilogy Forum


It's simple. We're more and more anti-spam oriented. From today on, we're going to delete all the content that has 1+ spammy links and/or duplicated content (without the link to the source) and/or many of the answers with no or a little value like "Are you a bot?", "Don't spam!", "Next spam = 100% ban!", etc.

This forum will get as spam free as possible!

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Animals / Hedgehogs' natural immunity
« on: August 14, 2018, 01:56:47 AM »

About the hedgehogs' natural immunity


If you want to know about the hedgehogs' natural immunity I may quote you this: "
Hedgehogs natural immunity

Like opossums, mice, and moles, hedgehogs have some natural immunity against some snake venom through the protein erinacin in the animal's muscular system, although it is only available in small amounts and a viper bite may still be fatal. In addition, hedgehogs are one of four known mammalian groups with mutations that protect against another snake venom, α-neurotoxin. Pigs, honey badgers, mongooses, and hedgehogs all have mutations in the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor that prevent the snake venom α-neurotoxin from binding, though those mutations developed separately and independently."https://kids.kiddle.co/Hedgehog Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0.

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学习英语 / Hello, hi, etc.
« on: August 12, 2018, 12:35:15 AM »

Hello, hi...


Hello = Hi = Heyo = Hiya= Yo...

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Philosophy / Chances
« on: June 28, 2018, 04:58:18 AM »

Different kinds of chances


How many kinds of chances do you know? :P

Many kinds of chances, here:
1.  a good chance,  2.  a better chance, 3.  a fair chance,  4.  a real chance, 5. a great chance, 6. a greater chance, 7. a realistic chance,  8. a reasonable chance, 9. a decent chance,  10. a rare chance, 11. a new chance, 12.  a slim chance, 13.  a big chance, 14.  a small chance, 15. glorious chance, 16. a sporting chance, 17.  a strong chance, 18. a small chance, 19. a slight chance, 20. a high chance, 21. a final chance, 22. a further chance, 23. a serious chance, 24. a legitimate chance, 25. a higher chance, 26. a lucky chance, 27.  a remote chance, 28. a once-in-a-lifetime chance, 29. a marvelous chance, 30. a significant chance, 31. a fine chance, 32. a sporting chance, 33. a unique chance, 34. a wonderful chance, 35. a fresh chance, 36. a proper chance, 37. a high chance, 38. a golden chance, 39. a happy chance, 40. a solid chance, 41. a simple chance, 43. a better-than-average chance, 44. a slight chance, 45. a better-than-even chance, 46. a reduced chance, 47. a huge chance, 48. a single chance, 49. a fat chance, 50. a little chance. 8)

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Food / Dan dan noodles (dandan noodles, i. e. 担担面)
« on: June 09, 2018, 01:10:40 AM »

About the dan dan noodles (aka dandan noodles, dun dun noodles or dandan mian)


First of all, let me tell you that dan dan noodles is only one of the names of this Chinese dish. Let me show you the others (English, Chinese, etc.), because it'll be more useful for you (not just for your culinary and/or Chinese knowledge, but also for your information searching online and offline about it). Here comes the list:
  • dan dan noodles
  • dandan noodles
  • dun dun noodles
  • dun dun mian
  • dan dan mian
  • dandan mian
  • tan tan noodles
  • tantan noodles
  • tan tan mian
  • tantan mian
  • dan dan mein
  • dandan mein
  • tan tan mein
  • tantan mein
  • dun dun mein
  • dundun mein
  • 担担面 (in simplified Chinese)
  • 擔擔麵 (in traditional Chinese)
  • dàndànmiàn; dàndàn miàn; dàn dàn miàn (in Pinyin)
  • daam1 daam 1 min6 (in Jyutping, i. e. this is the Cantonese pronunciation)
  • dàndār miàn (Chengdu pronunciation, Sichuanese dialect)
  • 탄탄면 (in Korean)
  • 担担麺 (in Japanese)

Dan dan noodles photograph


If you never saw dan dan noodles I'll show you a photograph and you'll be able to recognize this dish in future: By Steven G. Johnson - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=4381140 (Dan-dan (dun-dun) noodles served at a Sichuan restaurant in Shanghai, China.)

Facts about this Chinese dish

Dan dan noodles is a noodle dish originating from Chinese Sichuan cuisine. It consists of a spicy sauce containing preserved vegetables (often including zha cai (榨菜), lower enlarged mustard stems, or ya cai (芽菜), upper mustard stems), chili oil, Sichuan pepper, minced pork, and scallions served over noodles...

The name refers to a type of carrying pole (dan dan) that was used by walking street vendors who sold the dish to passers-by. The pole was carried over the shoulder, with two baskets containing noodles and sauce attached at either end. As the noodles were affordable due to their low cost, the local people gradually came to call them dandan noodles, referencing the street vendors. Literally, the name translates as "noodles carried on a pole", but may be better translated as "peddler's noodles"... Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dandan_noodles (Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License).

More about the Sichuan cuisine


If you want to know more dishes from the Sichuan cuisine (in Chinese: 四川菜), you may read it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sichuan_cuisine.

At the end: about the Chinese cuisine: https://www.britannica.com/topic/Chinese-cuisine.

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Google removes egg from salad emoji to make it vegan friendly


Google removes egg from salad emoji (to make it vegan-friendly).

More about it: https://www.cnet.com/news/google-removes-egg-from-salad-emoji-making-it-vegan-friendly/

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News: new childboards, less boards in seo-forum-seo-luntan.com (The Omnilogy forum)


The development of this forum showed clearly that the boards "Directory", "Alexa" and "PageRank" are better to become just childboards. The "Directory" became a childboard of the "Free Ads" board. And "Alexa" with "PageRank" became childboards of the "SEO" board. I think it's very reasonable. And I think the forum looks better and more user-friendly now. Right.

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The longest cave in Asia is in China


China owns the longest cave in Asia. The name of the cave is "Shuanghe" (双河 in Chinese). Shuanghe cave is locate in Guizhou province.

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