20140913

1. 영어 기사 읽기
1) Strong Solar Flares This Week a Rare Double Whammy, Scientists Say, Scientific American
– The solar double whammy is actually somewhat rare. (whammy – 타격)
– “Because of this we cannot rule out higher storm levels,” particularly in polar regions where interactions with the Earth’s magnetic field are strongest. (rule out – 배제하다)

2) Detained in North Korea, Matthew Miller faces uncertain fate, CNN
– Looking pale and gaunt, Matthew Todd Miller glanced away from the camera during his brief interview in North Korea. (gaunt – 수척한)
– “I will say that I prepared to violate the law of the DPRK before coming here,” he told CNN’s Will Ripley earlier this month. (DPRK – 북한)
– During entry, Miller tore his tourist visa and shouted that he would seek asylum and that “he came to the DPRK after choosing it as a shelter,” according to KCNA. (asylum – 망명, KCNA – 조선 중앙 통신)
– It’s unclear whether his statements were made freely or under coercion.(coercion – 억압)
– In Bakersfield, California, where his family lives, a pink note was affixed on their front door that stated: “Please do not disturb. We have no comment.” (affix – 부착하다)
– North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un’s “negotiating tactics is now reverting to what his father used to do when he held detainees and American prisoners,” Richardson said earlier this month. (revert – 되돌아가다)
– “They draw them out, they pressure them to admit that they were guilty, that they’re being well treated, pleading to the American government to send an envoy to bring them back. (envoy – 사절단)

3) Bike Helmet Meets Black Box, Scientific American
– Bike helmets of the future will do more than just protect your noggin in a crash. (noggin – 머리)
– They’ll also check whether you could have a concussion, call for help and act as a black box for accident investigators. (concussion – 뇌진탕)
– Intel is known as a chipmaker, but it also dabbles in experimental gadgets. (dabble – 손대다)


2. SIGFPGA 과제
SIGFPGA에서 나만 과제를 잘못한 것이 아니었다. 모두가 과제에서 fail했다. 과제를 다시 하고있다.

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One comment on “20140913
  1. […] 1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Hot Chili Peppers Motivate Mice to Burn Fat, Scientific American 2) SIM cards hacked by U.S. and U.K. spies – report, CNN – The whistleblower has been living in Russia under asylum since 2013. (asylum – 망명, 2014/09/13) […]

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