Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) October 02, 2014
The Executive Board of Bio-Logic Aqua Research today announced that they will continue their sponsorship of the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water Radio Show. They made this decision, the Board announced, because they endorse the strong activist position taken by the show’s host, Sharon Kleyne, who believes that the global fresh water crisis, not climate change, poses the greatest threat to the well being of life on Earth, including human life.
“Our show has a story that must be told,” said Kleyne, in accepting the sponsorship renewal. “The world needs to become educated that the global fresh water crisis and climate change are inseparable and that one cannot be solved without considering the other.” According to Kleyne, solving the global fresh water crisis by increasing the amount of fresh water on the Earth’s surface will simultaneously solve climate change.
Bio Logic Research is headquartered in Grants Pass, Oregon. The Research Center, specializing in fresh water, the atmosphere, dehydration and health; produces a line of hand-held personal devices that emit a proprietary all water humidifying mist for dry eyes, dry skin and first aid. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is their signature product for dry eyes The Research Center has sponsored the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, on VoiceAmerica.com and Apple iTunes, since the show’s inception in 2007.
In 325 shows, Kleyne has interviewed over 400 guests on various aspects of water, health, dehydration and the global fresh water crisis. Guest have been interviewed around the world and include leading scientists, physicians, activists, politicians, authors, Nobel Prize winners, heads of charitable organizations and UN representatives.
Recent guests include L. DeWayne Cecil, PhD, a Climatologist who has worked for NASA and NOAA; Neil Grigg, PhD, developer or Total Water Management (TWM); and Gerald Pollack, PhD, discovered of “Fourth Phase” water (H3O2) in addition water’s ice, liquid and vapor stages.
Kleyne was disappointed recently when President Obama, in his address to the United Nations on climate change, failed to mention water or the global fresh water crisis. On the other hand, Peter Brabeck, International Chairman of Nestle, recently announced a position nearly identical to Kleyne’s. A recent BBC News article about the global fresh water crisis, said of Brabeck, who lives in Switzerland, “Is there a bigger environmental problem facing the planet than climate change? According to Nestle Chairman Peter Brabeck there is.”*
*Thomas, Daniel, “Business finds new ways to save water for the future,” BBC News Business, September 11, 2014; http://www.bbc.com/news/business-29163109
Like Brabeck, Kleyne believes that the two global problems – the fresh water crisis and climate change, are aspects of the same problem. Kleyne cannot understand how scientist can study climate change without considering water, especially the behavior of water vaorin the atmosphere.
The word “climate,” Kleyne explains, is defined in Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary (Merriam - Webster, 1980) as, “a function of temperature, wind velocity and precipitation.” Precipitation, of course, is water – specifically water vapor in the atmosphere and the hydrologic cycle.
Fresh water vapor is the most important and abundant greenhouse gas that moderates temperatures, enables cloud formation and protects the planet’s surface from harmful radiation. Without atmospheric water vapor, life on Earth could not survive.
The effect of pollution on climate, according to Kleyne, is far more complex than simply elevating atmospheric CO2 levels. Certain common types of particulate pollution (fly ash and carbon black) are desiccants that attract and accumulate the air’s microscopic water vapor droplets.
Because of this attraction, Kleyne explains, small raindrops form around the particles, forcing the water and the pollution particle back to the ground. As a result, the air become dryer and less water vapor reaches the upper atmosphere to form clouds and precipitation. In highly polluted areas, annual rainfall is reduced.
Kleyne believes that with the Earth’s population growing, drought increasing, deserts expanding and water shortages and dehydration creating a worldwide health crisis, the global fresh water crisis must be solved. The solution, says Kleyne, would require global leadership, setting aside political differences, investment in radical new technologies, heightened water conservation and the recycling and return of all water used by humans, to where it was taken and as clean as when it was removed.
Sharon Kleyne and Bio Logic Aqua Research believe this can be achieved. For the sake of life on the planet, they are making an investment in that belief.