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[自然百科] 2015-03-19 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—14

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[自然百科] 2015-03-19 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—14

 


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BBC: Sacred Rivers With Simon Reeve


 

英国广播公司:西蒙里夫圣河之旅 第一集 The Nile 尼罗河

 

Adventurer Simon Reeve travels from source to sea along the world's longest river, the Nile. His journey will take him from the holy source of the Blue Nile in the Ethiopian highlands, through the desert of Sudan and onwards through Egypt to the Mediterranean Sea.

 

在《朝圣之旅》之后,探险家西蒙·里夫(Simon Reeve)继续游历世界各地,去发掘那些若不事前理解当地河流的巨大影响就无法掌握的故事。首先他将沿着世界上最长的河流——尼罗河——源头一直游历至其入海口;其次,他前往往恒河,探究其宗教文化是如何影响着印度的经济的;最后,他来到长江,在那里他发现了宗教信仰在中国的复兴。

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This is our Waha, Arabic for the oasis. It's a 22000 acre of state owned farm. It uses more than 8 million gallons of water from the Nile every day. It's a model that manager Ahli Asheil thinks can be replicated along the lengths of the river. Look at this, 2,4,6 warping grid pipes, so you got those, those are basically in the Nile. And you are sucking the water in the Nile. It helps the life to the farm, to the main canal. Massive canal here. We have to keep this moister fully. This moister. All the thing. Is it a hungry beast. It is never, never satisfied, and has to be fully.  The world is hungry, it's thirsty. The world is hungry. Yeah. People need food, and that food is got to be produced in the most efficient way possible, yeah. We should say, just coming behind this area, we got a local on the back of donkey and a herd of goats coming past. Now this is the more traditional image of farming in Sudan. I think, isn't it? It's quite a contrast with what you are doing here, which is scientific and on a massive scale. But time will come, all these guys will join us.
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[Homework]2015-03-19 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—14

This is **, Arabian for the oasis. It's a 22,000-acre state of the farm. It uses more than 8 million gallons of water from the Nile everyday. It's a model, that manager, Hali A*, thinks could be replicated along the length of the river. -Look at this!
-Two, four, six warping great pipes. So you've got those, those are basically in the Nile. And you are sucking the water out of the Nile.
-Out of the Nile to the farm, to the man, to the main canal.
-To this massive canal.
-We have to keep this moist fully.
-This monster.
-All the thing.
-Is it a hungry beast?
-It is. It's never, never satisfied, has to be fully. The world is hungry, is thirsty.
-The world is hungry. Yes. People need food.
-Yeah.
-And that food is got to be produced in the most efficient way possible.
-Yeah.
-We should say, just coming behind this area, we've got a local on the back of a donkey and a herd of goats coming past.
-Yeah.
-And this is a more traditional image of farming in Sudan, I think, isn't it?
It's quite a contrast with what you are doing here, which is scientific and on a massive scale.
-But the time will comec that all these guys will join us.



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