Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) November 11, 2015
The thin, almost vaporless atmosphere enveloping lifeless Mars should be an object lesson for the people of Earth to appreciate and protect the atmospheric water vapor that enables life on our planet to thrive. This is an urgent lesson, according to water advocate and radio host Sharon Kleyne, because with climate change, Earth is losing some of its precious atmospheric water vapor. This affects the atmosphere’s ability to retain, recycle and return water that evaporates from the surface. The good news, says Kleyne, is that unlike Mars, the trend is still reversible.
Kleyne discussed the lesson of Mars’ atmosphere and the importance of evaporation and atmospheric water vapor to human health on her Sharon Kleyne Hour® Power of Water® radio show of Nov. 9, 2015. Following this discussion, Kleyne interviewed natural eye care practitioner John Monroe, a disciple of the late Deborah Banker, MD. For a podcast, go to http://www.SharonKleyneHour.com.
The globally syndicated, education oriented Sharon Kleyne Hour® Power of Water® radio show is heard weekly on VoiceAmerica (Health and Wellness, and Variety Channels) and Apple iTunes. The show is sponsored by Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, founded by Kleyne and specializing in fresh water, the atmosphere, body surface evaporation and dehydration. The Research Center’s signature product to humidify dry eyes is Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®.
When a human child is born, says Kleyne, it leaves its mother’s protected water sac and emerges into a vapor filled atmosphere. This vapor, also called “humidity,” is all that prevents the water inside the newborn infant from immediately evaporating.
Most people, Kleyne contends, fail to realize the importance of water vapor and evaporation to human life and health. The human body is 60 to 70 percent water. The heart is 70 percent water, lungs are 70 to 85 percent water, blood is 60 percent water and skin is 70 to 75 percent water.
The surface of the eye is 99 percent water and the brain is 80 percent water. The eye-brain connection, according to Kleyne, is critical to human functioning. The only nerves emerging directly from the brain are the olfactory (smell) and the optic (vision). Four of the first six cranial nerves relate to vision. Because of this connection to the brain, the eyes are closely associated not only with vision but with stress, sleep, alertness and thinking. The best way to assure continued eye health is to minimize eye surface evaporation by keeping the eyes well hydrated.
Every cell, organ and structure of the human body requires water to function, says Kleyne, including the bones and teeth. In addition, the body’s water content must constantly be replenished. Upset the natural hydration cycle in any one area and disease will set in.
Water vapor in Earth’s atmosphere, Kleyne explains, keeps surface organisms alive, moderates temperatures, recycles water and protects life from lethal radiation. Atmospheric water vapor feeds the clouds that cause water to return to the planetary surface as precipitation. It is important to note that the vapor comes almost entirely from evaporated surface water, including the water in our bodies.
The human body can absorb water vapor directly from the atmosphere, Kleyne notes, but is far more dependent on drinking for the bulk of the body’s daily water requirements. As indicated, the body can also lose dangerous amounts of water to evaporation. Body water evaporation can be slowed with the application of a pure water mist.
Climate change and global warming, according to Kleyne, threaten our planet’s atmospheric water vapor. Warmer air temperatures mean warmer surface water which means faster evaporation. When warming is combined with pollution and other factors, fewer clouds are formed, more drying solar radiation reaches the surface and a dangerous cycle is set in motion in where airborne water vapor, instead of forming clouds, is in danger of floating off into space, as it does on Mars.
Is the current trend towards drought and low humidity irreversible? Kleyne say “no.” Furthermore, the situation can be reversed without sacrificing our standard of living. The key, Kleyne believes, is to do everything possible to retain surface and ground water. This can be achieved in several ways, including building more reservoirs, pumping less ground water and above all, processing and recycling used water and sewage to reduce the need to constantly import water.
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