Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) March 09, 2018
Sharon Kleyne, creator of Water Life Science® and the founder and research director of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® in Grants Pass, Oregon, is lobbying for a series of new international initiatives aimed at better understanding and solving the global crisis of over-evaporation of body water and earth’s water vapor in the atmosphere.
Kleyne, also the host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica, teaches that earth faces an ever-worsening water-and-dryness crisis that threatens all forms of life. “Fresh water on the planet is diminishing,” Kleyne said, “as the result of excessive water evaporation. This evaporation process damages human health as a result of dehydration. As eyes and skin dry out, people suffer dry eye disease, cataracts, glaucoma, melanoma, allergies, rashes and many other afflictions.”
Kleyne contends that apathy about education is largely to blame for the world’s water crisis. Kleyene points out that if politicians and businesses made a greater commitment to new water education and research leading to new water technology, then the crisis would be quickly diminished.
Kleyne asks that grade school, middle school and high school teachers throughout the land pledge at least 3 semester hours each term to in-depth discussions of the history, present and future, of water and water vapor evaporation. Kleyne pledges Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®’s support as well. That support may include printed reports and scientific findings covering evaporation of earth’s and the body’s water vapor and the need to regularly supplement them with tissue culture grade pure water. Kleyne also said that staff and Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® colleagues—researchers and scientists—would be available to make personal appearances at schools to mentor and talk about water technology and water research with faculty and students.
For those who might persist in maintaining an apathetic attitude, Kleyne cites one chilling statistic. “If one needs more convincing to become better educated about water,” says Kleyne, “I ask one to consider this: in the past twenty years, diarrhea caused by unsanitary water has killed more children than all the people lost to armed conflict since World War II. Take a moment to digest that fact.”
Kleyne believes that two things must happen to turn our global water and dryness crisis around. “First,” she says, “we must develop new water technology to reduce the amount of fresh groundwater that runs out to sea. This immense quantity of water would be put to better use as drinking water and irrigation water. “Second,” Kleyne continues, “we must create international, national and regional water plans that suggest and monitor pricing and offer beneficial water use and availability for everyone.”
Kleyne, whose research in water vapor evaporation and supplementation of the body’s water vapor is globally respected and admired by physicians, scientists, teachers and researchers, believes that the children of the world can and will save us from a terrifying water disaster of epic proportions. “We are water,” Kleyne says. “Each of us is a walking, breathing sponge. We cannot live without water; without the water vapor in the air, the breath of life. Without drinking water, humanity will not survive. Follow the children,” Kleyne says. “Children are so curious and enthusiastic, especially when someone takes the time to mentor them. Let’s give children a chance, with better education, to lead us to new water policies and water sanity.”