Container ships are loaded down with all sorts of goods when they arrive at the Port of Oakland. In this Good Question: Is there anything on those ships when they sail out?
It protects life on earth from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays. Peter DiAngelo of San Francisco asked this Good Question: Whatever happened to the hole in the earth’s ozone layer?
It used to take months to build a freeway, now Caltrans can get the job done overnight. In this Good Question: What is “road slab” technology, and how does it work?
They slither, hiss and in a worst case scenario, can be very dangerous. In this Good Question: Are there any poisonous snakes in the Bay Area?
Imagine if it were possible to fly through galaxies, to tour the universe at light speed. In this Good Question: Can technology take us to where no person has gone before?
While there is a lot of focus on the final Space Shuttle mission, a lot has happened in the program’s 30 years. Greg Marasso in San Francisco asked this Good Question: What are the top innovations and discoveries from the shuttle program?
On the links, they take in some of the best views. But they also have a job to do. Lewis asked this Good Question: How much are professional caddies paid?
It’s the one real estate disclosure no one really wants to talk about. Suzy in San Jose asked this Good Question: How does someone know if there’s been a death in the home they’re buying?
We’ve been sending stuff into space for more than 50 years. Greg in San Francisco asked this Good Question: How much space junk is floating around? And how does the International Space Station avoid it?
Through the Golden Gate, it comes and goes. In this Good Question: How long have they been measuring tides in San Francisco Bay?