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But Sardesai, fresh from its sacking of Digvijaya Singh as a central overseer, Jr. whose work inspired the original Jurassic Park novel Rutgers botany professor Lena Struwe named the species Strychnos electri after the Greek word for amber "Strychnos electri has likely been extinct for a long time" she said in a statement "But many new species living and unfortunately soon-to-be-extinct species are discovered by scientists every year" Contact us at [email protected] Sen John McCain the 2008 Republican presidential nominee will campaign for the first time on behalf of his friend Sen Lindsey Graham in New Hampshire next week According to a Graham spokesperson McCain who won the 2000 and 2008 New Hampshire primaries will appear with the South Carolina senator at a barbecue at a VFW hall in Littleton NH on Saturday Aug 1 The pair will campaign in the state throughout the weekend McCain’s in-person assistance is critical for Graham who is casting his message as the natural successor to McCain’s “straight talk” combining a hawkish foreign policy with calls to reform the immigration system preserve the environment and modernize entitlement programs It comes as a bevy of 2016 contenders are hoping to deploy a “tell-it-like-it-is” campaign in the Granite State The pair traveled extensively together in 2008 when Graham was a ubiquitous presence on McCain’s campaign bus and plane Together with former Connecticut Sen Joe Lieberman the trio branded themselves as “the three amigos” (The three were united in New York last week at an event opposing President Barack Obama’s nuclear agreement with Iran) In an interview with TIME last month McCain praised Graham for being a “happy warrior” on the campaign trial “He’s been on it with me for so long he knows that one of the things that’s important about a campaign is to enjoy it and that enjoyment many times will transmit itself to the voter” McCain said “He’s going to be a happy warrior He already is And sometime that’s very helpful in getting support particularly when sometimes the face-to-face contact is what you get with voters in Iowa and particularly New Hampshire” In 2012 McCain held off endorsing anyone until the day after the Iowa Caucuses when he appeared with former Massachusetts Gov Mitt Romney at a joint New Hampshire town hall as the eventual GOP nominee and McCain’s once bitter primary rival sought to consolidate the party’s support Write to Zeke J Miller at [email protected] things make a science teacher happier than hearing a child call an idea weird If you speak fluent child (and a good science teacher does) weird doesn’t mean what it usually meansodd off-putting It means interesting mystifying and deeply deeply cool Finding stuff weird was how Hakeem Oluseyi realized he was interested in science as a child He liked dinosaurs sure but mostly the bizarre ones The same was true for his fascination with modern animals and the same was true too for his interest in space Any kid can take a shine to planets and moons but Oluseyi was also drawn to the through-the-looking-glass physics of the cosmos with its elastic time and its telescoping dimensions TIME Health Newsletter Get the latest health and science news plus: burning questions and expert tips View Sample Sign Up Now These days Oluseyi is an associate professor of physics and space sciences at the Florida Institute of Technology And while teaching science to college students is his day job introducing science to younger kids is where he spends his outside-the-classroom energy hosting the Science Channel’s Outrageous Acts of Science and contributing regularly to Discovery Education Oluseyi has also just released a book Spaceopedia published by Discovery and by Liberty Street (a division of Time Books) that aims to make space from its most basic to its most sweeping comprehensible and more important irresistible to kids TIMEcom recently chatted with Oluseyi and asked him for his top five ways to teach science to kids and by extension to anybody else Keep it complexsort of: One of the biggest mistakes teachers and scientists make is assuming that technical detail is beyond their listeners To an extent that’s true; it’s fine to describe the way time dilates as objects accelerate but don’t ask a lay audience to work the equations with you But that streamlining can easily go too far “You see teachers and scientists breaking things down to a level that they just become inaccurate” Ouseyi says “You want to reach an audience that’s knowledgeable and up to date” And if the audience is not that way to begin with it’s the educator’s job to get them there “That means making things comprehensible without dumbing them down” he says But keep it simple too: Folksy beats formal and conversational beats technical every time The best science instructors are the ones who feel the thrill and understand the wonder in what they’re teaching Even if it’s the ten thousandth time they’ve covered the material it’s the first time for many of the listeners Tone in this case is everything “I have an advantage” says Oluseyi “and that’s that I’m from rural Mississippi I don’t have to break things down too much because that’s just the way I talk and that’s my fail safe” But good pedagogy is hardly just about geography “If you really understand something you should always be able to explain it” he says R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Established science may be a fixed thing but the people learning about it come from all kinds of backgrounds with all manner of biases misconceptions even fearsespecially kids Spend even a little time listening to the news or simply moving through the world and you could be forgiven for thinking that climate change is a hoax vaccines are deadly and any moment an errant asteroid is going to wipe us all out Science teachers get a bellyful of this stuff and can be forgiven for growing impatient with it but the exasperated educator is an ineffective educator This is particularly true when it comes to the collision of religion and science “Faith varies everywhere on the planet” says Oluseyi “and all of those differences are fine But E = MC2 is the same everywhere I’m always happy to explain that” Admit what you don’t know: Two of the most powerful words a science teacher can utter are “beats me” and there are plenty of questions to which that is a very good answer: Why does the universe exist How will it end Will humans ever become extinct Acknowledging what you don’t know but explaining what you do can go a long way toward democratizing sciencemaking it clear that even the teacher lacks some of the answers That’s important too when it comes to explaining the differences among various branches of science Math and physics are provable and knowable down to the last decimal point But other disciplinespaleontology biology climatologyinvolve a lot of prediction and analysis “Medicine has a margin of error of plus or minus a lifetime” says Oluseyi There’s nothing wrong with owning up to that uncertainty Go big or go home: Don’t be afraid to push the limits If kids have stayed with you through one level of complexity take them to the next When they’ve learned about the planets say give them the moonsand after that the asteroids and the comets and the Kuiper Belt objects Maybe they’ll quit when you get to the Oort cloud but you’ll never know if you don’t try As long as you’re excited about what you’re teaching you’ve got a fair shot that they’ll be excited too When they quit asking questions that’s as good a sign as any that you’ve at last hit the wall Write to Jeffrey Kluger at [email protected] the whole entire situation about women is not really funny. as she should, along with all his ministers’, minutes after holding his last Cabinet meeting. according to authorities. 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