Sharon Kleyne Talk Radio Discovers Origin Of The Word Water

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Power of Water® Kleyne Talk Radio Teaches the Word Water at Least 6,000 Years Old. Water Life Science® New Technology Founder Sharon Kleyne Discovers Water’s Shifting Meanings throughout Time.

Date aired: February 4th, 2019

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113046/hydration-key-to-natural-beauty

Water Life Science® founder and talk radio host Sharon Kleyne wants her listening audience to be highly educated and proactive about health. “All of a sudden in the 1800s,” instructs Power of Water® and new water technology researcher Kleyne, “the study of body water evaporation and the study of evaporation of the water vapor in earth’s atmosphere came to a halt."

Water Life Science® lifestyle founder Kleyne teaches that in the womb the baby’s skin is the first organ to be created. This skin organ holds in water, making it possible for all of the other organs to develop. Each of those organs consists of mostly water. Water is the life-giving element in the womb. Without water, the baby cannot live and develop. Without water in the earth’s atmosphere, people cannot live and grow. When people become over-evaporated, disease occurs.

On her talk radio program, the internationally syndicated weekly The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica produced by Rose Hong, founder/director of Global Dragon TV in Washington, D.C., Water Life Science® advocate Kleyne asks the rhetorical question: “Who invented the word Water?”

Water Life Science® new water technology educator Kleyne wants you to learn that the history of the word Water goes back at least 6,000 years. The Old English waeter came from the proto-Germanic watar, the Dutch water, Old High German wazzur, the German wasser, the Old Norse vatn and the Gothic wato. The oldest surviving occurrence, in writing, of the English word water dates from 450 years ago, after the Anglo-Saxons arrived in England, as waeter.

“Words that persist in a language tend to be those that correspond to phenomena that are basic to a people’s experience,” writes Donald Sanford in his History of the English Word Water on his Watermyth Blogspot.

“If I can put my hand in it and it gets wet,” adds Water Life Science® new technology inventor Kleyne, “I know it’s water. If the rain comes down and collects in a puddle, that’s water. If the puddle bursts its boundaries and becomes a stream, then a river, then a lake or ocean, I know that’s water.”

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If you would like to listen to the program in which Water Life Science® creator of Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, the Dry Eye Solution® for dry eye caused by water evaporation, teaches the technology of water, Trade Secret water, the origin of the word Water and its many evolutions and variations throughout history, if you would like to hear Power of Water® talk radio host and Water Life Science® educator Sharon Kleyne talking about hydration, water evaporation and skin care, follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113046/hydration-key-to-natural-beauty

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