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 Recently, scientists have discovered several key genes connected to aging. The discovery suggests that people are built to get older, and weaker, and then to die. This seems rather strange and would appear to go against the theory of evolution. After all, if evolution is so efficient, why don't genes want us to have longer and longer lives? The simple fact is this: the genes that really matter are the ones that favor survival in early life. Once the organism has lived long enough to reproduce, it has served its purpose as far as evolution is concerned. Indeed the human life span has increased over the last hundred years or so, but this increase has nothing to do with our genes, rather with improvements in our lifestyle such as better diets and better health care.  So, from the genes' point fo view, it is vital that we live long enough to reproduce. What happens to us after that is of little concern to them. Thus, genes that make us strong and healthy during our reproductive years are always more valuable, more beneficial than those that may help us live longer.


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   最近、科学者たちは老化に関係のある主要な遺伝子をいくつか発見した。この発見は、ヒトは年を取り、弱くなりやがて死ぬように作られていることを意味する。     これは、妙で、進化の理論に反するように見える。結局のところ、進化がそんなに効果的ならば、遺伝子は、我々がもっともっと長く生きることをなぜ欲しないのか?     この場合、単なる事実は、こうだ、重要な遺伝子とは、一生の始まりに活躍する遺伝子である。一旦生物が子どもを産めば、こと進化に関する限り、お役目は済んだ訳である。    確かに、ここ百年ばかりの間に、ヒトの寿命は延びた。しかしこの延長は、食生活のや健康維持のような生活様式が向上しただけで、我々の遺伝子には何の関係もない。    遺伝子の立場から見れば、生殖機能を果たすまで、生きることが大切なのである。その後どうなろうと遺伝子たちの知ったことではない。したがって、我々の生殖期間中我々を強く健康にする遺伝子は、我々を長く生きさせる遺伝子より、つねに貴重であり有用なのである。





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    こないだテストでだされたんですが和訳した回答を配ってくれませんでした。。。自分の訳があっているか知りたいのでだいたいで良いので和訳できる人がいたらよろしくお願いします。。。 You may wonder why Hawaiians are so eager to maintain their native language. I think the answer is that language is more than just a means of exchanging information. We see the world around us through the window of our language. It enables us to share the history and culture of our people, and so it helps us find our identity. If we lose our language, we lose something of ourselves. Imagine that English has taken the place of the Japanese language here in Japan. What happens to your culture and identity? English is useful for communication in many parts of the world, but your mother tongue is an important part of your identity. In Japan ,too,there is a minority language, just as in Hawaii. The Ainu people have lose much of their language and culture. Today, they are trying to revive their traditions. In this class we are going to study English of course, but I want you to remember that your mother tongue is the most important language in the world. Mahalo for listening. 以上なんですが長文なのでかなり長いです。。。  これでも回答してくれる方お願いいたします。

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    On entering so wide a field of enquiry as that whose limits I have now indicated, it is indispensable to the continuity of advance that we should be prepared, where needful, to supple ment observation with hypothesis. It therefore seems desira ble to conclude this Introduction with a few words both to explain and to justify the method which in this matter I intend to follow. It has already been stated that the sole object of this work is that of tracing, in as scientific a manner as possible, the probable history of Mental Evolution, and therefore, ofcourse, of enquiring into the causes which hare determined it. So far as observation is available to guide us in this enquiry, I shall resort to no other assistance. Where, however, from the nature of the case, observation fails us, I shall proceed to inference. But though I shall use this method as sparingly as possible, I am aware that criticism will often find valid ground to object — ' It is all very well to map out the sup posed genesis of the various mental faculties in this way, but we require some definite experimental or historical proof that the genesis in question actually did take place in the order and manner that you infer.'

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    英語の授業で和訳の問題が出たのですが、この部分が自信ないので教えてください。 little as can be said about practice in this, as in any other filed. Should we assume that a myth as old and elementary as this has the prudish morals of the nineteenth-century outlook, and that the important point the story wants to convey to us is the embarrassment that their genitals were visible? よろしくお願いします。

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    To be sure, reaching the goal of 100 percent renewable and truly clean electricity within 10 years will require us to overcome many obstacles. At present, for example, we do not have a unified national grid that is sufficiently advanced to link the areas where the sun shines and the wind blows to the cities in the East and West that need the electricity. Our national electric grid is critical infrastructure, as vital to the health and security of our economy as our highways and telecommunication networks. Today, our grids are antiquated, fragile, and vulnerable to cascading failure. Power outages and defects in the current grid system cost US businesses more than $120 billion dollars a year. It has to be upgraded anyway. アル・ゴアの“Moving First Is in Our Own National Interest”の一部です。どなたか和訳お願いします

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    題:Applying this work to human inheritance 文;Scientists found similar patterns in human inheritance to the ones Mendel found in peas. They did this by looking at what happened in families. 題:How Huntington's chorea is inherited 文:The allele that causes this condition is dominant. Everyone who has this allele develops the disorder.But,it doesn't develop until a person is 30to40 years old.So,the allele may already have been passed on to children. Look at Michael's family tree. Michael has the disease.His brother,Wayne has had a test.He has only normal alleles. Paul is 21 years old. He can't deside whether to have the test or not. 問い: 3.Why does everyone with the Huntington's chorea allele always develop symptoms? 4.The diagram shows the allele combinations possible in Bill and Joan's children. (a).What is the probability that Paul has only normal alleles? (b).For Paul,write down the advantages and disadvantages of having a test. 5 Copy and complete the sentences. Chromosomes and genes and in ___________.Sometimes the two alleles in a pair of genes are the same. We say that the individual is __________for that gene. Sometimes the two alleles are different so the individual is ___________for the gene. We call the one which shows up,the__________allele.A______ allele shows up only when it is present on both chromosomes. ここまでであります。英語はまったくだめなので、どうかよろしくお願いします。・・・(結構切羽詰ってます。) 長くなってすみません・・。

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    In the future there will be no more human beings. This is not something we should worry about. Much of today's scientific research may enable us eventually to repair the terrible vulnerability to watch our present state of evolution has exposed us. It is widely thought inevitable that we will have to face the end of humanity as we know it. We will either have died out altogether, killed off by self-created global warming or disease, or, we may hope, we will have been replaced by our successors. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill would allow for inter-species embryos that will not only enable medical science to overcome the acute shortage of human eggs for research, but would provide models for the understanding of many disease processes, an essential precursor to the development of effective therapies. Darwinian evolution has taken millions of years to create human beings; the next phase of evolution, a phase I call “enhancement evolution”, could occur before the end of the century. The result may be the emergence of a new species that will initally live alongside us and eventually may entirely replace humankind. よろしくお願いします。

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    A good farmer is always one of the most intelligent and best educated men in our society. We have been inclined in our wild industrial development, to forget that agriculture is the base of our whole economy and that in the economic structure of the nation it is always the cornerstone. It has always been so throughout history and it will continue to be so until there are no more men on this earth. We are apt to forget that that the man who owns land and cherishes it and works it well is the source of our stability as a nation, not only in the economic but the social sense as well. できるだけ詳しく教えていただけると嬉しいです。 よろしくお願い致します🙏