Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Physics Nobel Prize Decides Climate Change is Worth the Fight

Physics Nobel Prize Decides Climate Change is Worth the Fight

Jonathon Carmona, Science & Technology Editor November 16, 2021

Climate change is a steep hill battle, but the tree on the hill bears the sweetest fruit.  The Prize Winners The Nobel Prize is five separate prizes that are awarded to ”those who, during the preceding year, have conferred the greatest benefit to humankind,” according to Sir Alfred Nobel’s will...

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3-D Printed Vaccines Eliminate the Pain

3-D Printed Vaccines Eliminate the Pain

Jonathon Carmona, Science & Technology Editor November 16, 2021

Needles No More The days of long needles, angry nurses, and seeing grown men panic may be over, at least, for the most part.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated about 25% of adult human beings are scared of needles.  This fear of needles, or any fear for that matter, can be...

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The white button mushroom is accesible for everyone. As pictured above the mushroom can be found in the backyard and the market. This is another reason why the white button mushroom is used during these trials.

White button mushroom tablets used to slow the advancement in prostate cancer

Yasmine Poot , Podcast Editor September 24, 2021

There are over 14,000 known species of mushrooms, many still unknown. Mushrooms hold a valuable place in our environment. These species hold a key to our future. However, can they do the same in modern medicine?  City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center that houses the Beckman Research institute...

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Cancer treatments shots may soon be available to cancer patients to avoid the long journey of chemotherapy.

COVID-19 Scientists Tackle to Create Cancer Shots Next

Gabi Ortiz March 25, 2021

Immunizations are medicines that help the body battle sickness. They can prepare the invulnerable framework to discover and eliminate unsafe germs and cells. There are numerous immunizations that you get for the duration of your life to prevent catching regular sicknesses. A New Solution  The scientists...

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Largest Arctic Ozone Hole Ever Recorded Has Closed

Jesus Marquez, Reporter May 10, 2020

The largest arctic ozone hole ever recorded, that formed over the Arctic, has reportedly closed on Thursday, Apr.23. Scientists at the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS), who were tracking the unprecedented hole, announced its closure this spring. Researchers state the reason of the closure...

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Astronomers find brightest supernova ever recorded.

Jesus Marquez, Reporter April 19, 2020

Astronomers have found the brightest and largest ever supernova that left scientists absolutely stunned. A collaboration between the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and the Harvard College Observatory want to study more.  What is a Supernova? A supernova is a very powerful and bright explosion...

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How Humans Reduce Uncertainty in Social Situations

Diane Chau, Staff Writer April 29, 2019

NEW PERSPECTIVE The Brown University scientists recently published a new lead paper which establishes a foundation to apply mathematical models of doubt initially grown for non-social situations, like whether or not to buy a lottery scratcher, to social situations such as determining an interviewer’s...

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Four Legged Whale Fossil Found Off the Coast of Peru

Whale fossil with four legs found off the coast of Peru.
Jake Laurell, Tutor April 11, 2019

A Whale That Could Walk! New species Peregocetus Pacificus Latin for "the traveling whale that reached the Pacific," is making its way onto shore! A fossilized whale discovered in 2011 is now making waves bringing new insight into the whale species. This new webbed foot, hoofed toed animal swam...

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What To Expect From The Recent Apple Event

Madelyn Gastelum, Reporter March 27, 2019

Monday morning, March 25, at 10am Apple hosted an event at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park in Cupertino California to talk about the exciting new things with Apple. The event started out with Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, who spoke about the things that Apple has brought to the world thus far. The...

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Strange Waves Ripple Around The World And Nobody Knows Why

Evelyn Vargas, Reporter December 4, 2018

Invisible Waves Shake the Earth Big seismic waves made an appearance on different locations around the world on the morning of November 11. These waves occurred roughly fifteen miles off the shores of Mayotte, an island between Africa and the northern tip of Madagascar. It struck across Africa, and...

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A potential reason why younger generartions are lacking an inactive sex life is we’re just too busy. (Photo by Erika Suarez)

Millennials Are Saying They Are Too Busy to Have Sex

Vincent Franco, Digital Photo Editor November 21, 2018
Going through a dry spell? Keep striking out? Don’t feel alone, apparently, the entire millennial generation is going through the same and that's according to science.
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A vibrant view of Saturns hexagon in its North Pole captured by NASAs spacecraft Cassini.

Saturn’s Mysterious Hexagon Looks Mesmerizing

Erika Suarez , Online Editor-In-Chief September 7, 2018

NASA found a more detailed look at a hexagon located in Saturn's northern pole, by its nifty spacecraft called Cassini. 13 years in orbit around Saturn, the spacecraft found wavelengths. From ultra-violet to the infrared using its (CIRS) Composite Infrared Spectrometer. At the beginning of its...

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