Shawn Arent – Center for Health and Human Performance at IFNH
Robert E. Kopp – Rutgers Energy Institute
Michael Johnson – Alumnus-Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
This summer, China set aside $30 million for a controversial project that involves shooting salt-and-mineral-filled bullets into the sky… Whether the program worked or not is still a matter of debate. According to the FAS, its ‘effects were minimal.’ “The question is always, if you didn’t do that, would it have rained anyway?” Alan Robock, a distinguished professor of geophysics at the department of environmental science at Rutgers University, told Business Insider.