Round-up is constantly in the news, and questions abound about the use of chemical weapons in today’s world. So many questions, and we need reliable answers!

With the exception of Dr. John Franz, the inventor of Roundup, there is probably not a person alive who knows more about the revolutionary product than Dr. Will D Carpenter. On a narrow scope, there were several people who had more in-depth knowledge, but no one had the vast realm of expertise about every aspect of the product—right at his fingertips!

Dr. Carpenter was deeply involved in the efforts to obtain a worldwide chemical weapons treaty from 1978 through 2003. After the convention was ratified and put into force, he was named by the United States as the U.S. representative to the Science Advisory Board of the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and was named Co-Chair of the Board. From 1979 to 1994, he served as the chair of the Chemical Manufacturers Association treaty committee and served as a representative and resource to the United States, NATO, and the UN. In 1992, Dr. Carpenter was awarded the Hilliard Roderick Prize and Medal in Science, Arms Control, and International Security jointly with Dr. Robert Mikulak, recently retired United States Ambassador to the OPCW.

So, got a question about these, or other scientific happenings in today’s world—ask Will the question! If he doesn’t have the answer, he can point you toward a reliable source!


Check out “Ask Will a Question 2015” to see some of the questions and answers he received earlier. Click on this link: https://willdcarpenter.com/2015/04/20/589/


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