[填句补文]Rough estimates in the past have predicted similarly disappointing results. ________ Says Sallie Chishol， an environmental engineer from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “But the take-home message is the same. Ocean fertilization is not the answer to global warming.”
A、“These are newer and better models，”
B、Its opponents argue， however， that it will stop global warming.
C、Adding iron to patches of ocean can make plankton bloom temporarily.
D、As plankton die and settle on the ocean floor， their carbon is supposedly locked up in the seabed.
[填句补文] Although the researchers have only just made the technical details of the microscope public， it is already on sale. It is currently the size of a refrigerator and takes several minutes to scan a circuit， but Xiao and Schrag are working ________.
A、to take tiny chips we require
B、to making chips any smaller
C、to shrink it to the size of a desktop computer and cut the scanning time to 30 seconds
D、of conducting electricity
[填句补文]Many beginning interviewers are afraid that they are forcing the other person to answer questions and have no right to inquire about his personal secrets. ________. Unless the person really hates being interviewed， he is delighted that somebody wants to interview him.
A、This fear is almost 100 percent unnecessary.
B、This doesn‘t necessarily mean that it will go well.
C、Most men and women lead lives that are uninteresting.
D、Both of you need time to get to know each other.
His conduct is deserving _______ the highest praise.
答案解析：be deserving of值得的，该得的。
Groups like Anti-Slavery International say other， less dramatic， cases are equally _______ of attention.