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以下の英文の日本語訳で困っています。誰か教えてください。 (1)Of the 12 men who have walked on the moon, Harrison Schmitt, is the only one with scientific training in geology. (2)Schmitt's work on the Moon in 1972 ranks as one of the most exciting and productive episodes in the history of exploration. (3)His new book, Return to the Moon, is structured as a legal document, in which Schmitt argues for returning to the moon to mine the isotope helium-3. (4)He claims that because fossil fuels are limited in supply and because their extraction and use harm the environment, our world requires new sources of energy. (5)The ultimate solution, he suggests, is the generation of power by nuclear fusion-not of deuterium and tritium, as is usually proposed, but of deuterium and helium-3.


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(1)月面を歩いたことのある十二人の人の中で、ハリソン・シュミットは地質学の科学的教育を受けた、唯一の人である。 (2)1972年の月面でのシュミットの仕事は、探検の歴史において、最も(人々を)を興奮させ、最も有益な出来事の多いものの一つとして並んでいる。 (3)彼の新しい本「月への帰還」は法的な文書として構成されているが、その中でシュミットは、ヘリウム3の同位体を採掘するために月へ帰ることを説いている。 (4)彼がそう主張するのは、化石燃料の供給が限られているからであるからであり、化石燃料を採取し消費することが環境を害するから、我々の世界は新しいエネルギー源が欠かせないからである。 (5)彼の示唆する究極の解決策は、核融合によるエネルギー産出である。それは重水素と三重水素の核融合ではなく、普段提案されているように、三重水素とヘリウム3の核融合によるエネルギーである。



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    次の英文を日本語訳にしたいのですが、うまく訳せません。だれか教えてください。お願いします。 (1)Even there, however, helium-3 is present only in concentrations between 10 and 20 parts per billion. (2)We must mine hundreds of millions of tons of lunar soil to extract a ton of helium-3. (3)Schmitt has looked at this problem in some detail, and he outlines a plan for mining helium-3 on the moon to feed a commercial industry for generating power here on earth. (4)After a brief introduction and a short discussion of the data obtained from the Apollo Moon missions, Schmitt considers the future of energy production on earth, concluding that all of the various proposed alternatives to fossil fuels have problems. (5)However, he maintains that mining the moon for helium-3 is a viable solution to our energy problems. 問題は以上です。特に、(4)がめちゃくちゃ長くて、どう訳したらいいかさっぱりです。

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    お願いします。  Because Ayurvedic doctors passed down their traditions orally for thousands of years before anyone wrote them down,no one knows about the doctors and nurses who helped develop them.We do know a little more about South Asia's greatest scientist,a man named Aryabhata,who was born in 476 CE.As a young boy,Aryabhate loved watching the stars.Even without a telescope,Aryabhate saw a lot.He saw that the moon was light on the side that faced the sun and dark on the side that faced away.He was the first person to come up with an accurate measurement for π,a number that is is used to calculate the length of curves.He realized that the earth and the other planets circled the sun,instead of the sun and the planets circling the earth.He also saw that the rising and the setting of the sun,the moon,and the starts was the result of the earth turning:“Just as a man in a boat moving forward sees the stationary objects(on either side of the river)as moving backward,just so are the stationary stars seen by the people at Lanka(i.e.,on the equator)as moving exactly towards the west.”  Because of what he saw and understood,he made a very accurate calendar-a great help to South Asians.All kinds of activities,from farming to religion to warfare,depended on knowing exactly what time of the year it was,or in other words,where the earth was in its yearly path around the sun.

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    次の英文の日本語訳がわかりません。誰か教えてください。 (1)There are, however, two problems with its industrial use. (2)First, the fusion of deuterium and helium-3 is very difficult to start and sustain, requiring roughly more energy than the fusion of deuterium and tritium. (3)Second, there are no plentiful stocks of helium-3 on earth. (4)Although the isotope is found naturally as a trace component in stocks of natural gas and also as a decay product of tritium, there is not enough helium-3 on our planet to support commercial power generation through fusion. (5)Because the moon has been exposed for billions of years to the solar wind, which consists largely of ionized hydrogen and ionized helium, helium-3 is available in the dust of the lunar surface.

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(1)月面を歩いた12人の男のうち、ハリソン・シュミットは、地質学の科学的訓練を受けた事のある唯一の人です。 (2)1972年の月でのシュミットの仕事は、探査の歴史で最も刺激的で生産的なエピソードの1つと位置付けられています。 (3)彼の新しい本(月への帰還)は法律文書として構成されています、その中で、シュミットは同位元素ヘリウム-3を採掘するために月に戻る主張を述べます。 (4)化石燃料が供給において限りがあり、それらの採掘と使用が環境を害するのだから、我々の世界は、新しいエネルギー源を必要としていると、彼は主張します。 (5)究極の解決策は、普通提案される、ジュウテリウムとトリチウムではなく、ジュウテリウムとヘリウム-3の、核融合による発電であると彼は提案します。 <参考> アポロ17号 http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%82%A2%E3%83%9D%E3%83%AD17%E5%8F%B7



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    After most of the South African troops had been repatriated from East Africa in 1917 because of poor health, Captain Bloomfield volunteered to serve in France where he was promoted to Major. He died on 12 May 1954 and is buried at Ermelo, South Africa. In The War in Africa and Palestine room in the Delville Wood Museum, Longueval, France there is a photograph of Captain W.A. Bloomfield VC with an abbreviated citation.

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    お願いします (5) Many of Cicero's speeches and essays have also survived. They tell us what he thought about friendship, education, law, patriotism, and loyalty―to name a few of his topics. In an essay on duty, he described what a gentleman should and should not do. According to Cicero, it was just fine for a gentleman to own a farm, but he mustn't do the actual digging, planting, or plowing himself. In fact, a true gentleman would never work with his hands.(6) Cicero was a snob. He looked down on workers―even shopkeepers. He said that“they couldn't make a profit unless they lied a lot. And nothing is more shameful than lying.” He disdained fishermen, butchers, cooks, poultry sellers, perfume makers, and dancers because their work appealed to the senses of taste, sight, and smell. What would he say about hairdressers, movie stars, and rock stars if he were alive today? (7) Cicero was born in 106 BCE in the small town of Arpinum, not far from Rome. He came from a wealthy family that was well known in the region. But because none of his ancestors had ever served in the Roman Senate, Cicero was considered a“new man”―an outsider, not a genuine aristocrat. (8) As a teenager, Cicero traveled and studied in Greece, North Africa and Asia. While in Athens, he began his training as an orator―a skilled public speaker―convinced that this would be important in his political career. He was right. He understood that an orator needs a good memory and a huge store of information. But he said that it wasn't enough just to spout off a string of facts. An orator should use an actor's skills to put across his ideas. The words of a speech,“must be reinforced by bodily movement, gesture, facial expression, and by changes in the voice itself.”

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    Helium is being produced continuously in the rocks of the planets by the radioactive decay of uranium and thorium. Earth's crust contains 4 parts per million of uranium and 12 parts per million of thorium, both of which decay by the emission of successive alpha particles and end up as stable isotopes of lead. The alpha particles are .... 出典:TOEFL TEST対策iBT リーディング p282 この文章の第二文が「地殻にはウラン100万に対し4、トリウム100万に対し12の割合で【ヘリウム】が含まれている」と読めません。 4 (of helium) parts per million of uranium 12 (of helium) parts per million of thorium ということですか?

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    お願いします (20) Akhenaten's new capital was lined with office building after office building: the palace, the House of the Correspondence of Pharaoh, where the Amarna Letters were found; the police station, with a full staff of policemen who rode around in chariots; and a university, where priests of the new order were educated. Now that the old myths were no longer taught, Akhenaten had to write new ones. The Great Hymn to the Aten shows us Akhenaten's poetic side. He writes that even "Birds fly up to their nests, their wings extended in praise of your ka [spirit]." The hymn teaches that the Aten created not just Egypt, but the entire world and everything in it:  You create the earth as you wish, when you were by yourself,...all beings on land, who fare upon their feet, and all beings in the air, who fly with their wings. The lands of Khor [Syro-Palestine] and Kush [Nubia] and the land of Egypt.... Tongues are separate in speech, and their characters as well; their skins are different, for you differentiate the foreigners. The hymn also makes it clear to the priests that they will not be the ones who represent the Aten on Earth, "There is no other who knows you except for your son [Akhenaten], for you have apprised him of your designs and your power." (21) Then Akhenaten took a fatal step. He denied Egyptians the afterlife. He doomed his new religion to failure. He gad rankled the people by taking away the old gods and the old traditions, and now he took away their hopes for eternal life.

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    お願いします (7) But just because doctors in ancient Egypt used magic to cure what they couldn't see, it didn't mean they weren't gifted physicians in terms of science. Brain surgery was successfully performed 5,000 years ago, broken arms set, legs amputated, and the patients survived because of the skill of the surgeons. We think that because surgical instruments were made from a volcanic glass called obsidian that the surgeries were more like hackings, but the flakes were sharper than scalpels used today. One tomb carving shows what many Egyptologists believe to be a tracheotomy, which is cutting open the throat to clear the airway so the patient can breathe. At Saqqara, in the Tomb of the Physician, wall paintings of surgery are captioned with the words, "Do not let it be painful," which leads scholars to believe hat Egyptian surgeons used anesthesia. (8) Egyptian doctors used many herbs to heal. The ancient Egyptians believed that demons hated honey, in fact, that they feared it. Honey was used in many of the remedies to ward off evil spirits. We now know that honey boosts the immune system and is an antibiotic, as are onions, another frequently prescribed remedy. Garlic, used for almost everything, is about 1 percent the strength of penicillin, a good medicine to fight bacteria. Egyptian prescriptions worked. And just like our modern physicians, Egyptian doctors adjusted the dosage according to the age of the patient. "If it is a big child, he should swallow it like a draught, if he is still in swaddles, it should be rubbed by his nurse in milk and thereafter sucked on 4 days."