Anders Nilsson, Swedish Physicist, Writes Popular Spiritual Book

Swedish Professor Anders Nilsson Offers Two Decades of Water Research. Nilsson & Sharon Kleyne Discuss New Water Research Needs.

Anders Nilsson, Ph.D., is a professor of chemical physics at Stockholm University in his native Sweden, and a professor of photon science at Stanford University in California. Like water advocate and host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®,

Sharon Kleyne, Dr. Gerald Pollock, Dr. DeWayne Cecil and other internationally recognized water science researchers, Nilsson’s research has caught the attention of scientists and researchers the world over. Yet, he has also done something that most of his colleagues have not—he has written a well received spiritual book. The Gentle Way of the Heart appeared in 2014 and received a silver medal in the 2015 Benjamin Franklin Awards. In the book, Nilsson urges readers to consider holistic approaches to personal and societal health. “The medical profession knows how to treat many illness,” said Nilsson, “but it has largely given up the noble pursuit of finding cures.”

For twenty years, Nilsson has also studied the fundamental properties and structure of liquid water and chemical energy transformations on surfaces that are, for instance, related to artificial photosynthesis. The author and co-author of more than 300 scientific papers published in journals such as Science and Nature, Nilsson was one of the scientists featured in the 2014 television production about the oceans, Through the Wormhole by Morgan Freeman.

In his website for The Gentle Way of the Heart, http://gentleway.me/book/ Nilsson ”provides unique insights, exercises and meditations to launch you on a great spiritual adventure”. Nilsson believes that the spark of God resides deep within each of us and that our goal must be to get in touch with that divine energy, living moment-to-moment with forgiveness. In the process, one’s false self will dissolve and one’s true self will blossom like a beautiful flower. The book also promises more harmony and more love in one’s life.

It is always exciting to encounter a meeting of the spiritual and scientific minds. Such blending is at the core of holistic healing. Sharon Kleyne, for instance, is an advocate for holistic care. she is a practitioner of health practices such as Tai Chi and Qi Gong while teaching that “water should be our number one research priority.”

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If you would like to listen to a program featuring Dr. Nilsson, you can tune in here: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/100129/the-sharon-kleyne-hour Would you like to share your thoughts? If you do, we’d like very much to hear from you! Sharon@biologicaquaresearch.com 800-367-6478 ~ Fax 541-474-2123 http://www.naturestears.com or on Twitter at @sharonkleynehr

Dr. Mary Wingo Says Water Evaporation Causes Stress

Sharon Kleyne & Mary Wingo Discuss Body Water Evaporation. Wingo Shares 5 Major Causes of Modern Toxic Stress.

Dr. Mary Wingo (www.marywingo.com), author of The Impact of the Human Stress Response and a U.S. scientist and businesswoman living in Ecuador, has been studying the impact of stress on living organisms since her teens and she wants you to know about the five major causes of toxic modern stress. These five major causes include Complexity (having too much on one’s plate, overstimulation that releases excessive amounts of cortisone and adrenalin), Loss of Equality in Society (causes early mortality, especially in men), Loss of Social Capital (less communicating, fewer shared meals and events), Breakdown of Physiology (inflammation of organs and skin) and Chemical Contaminants.

Sharon Kleyne, international evaporation expert and founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, agrees with Wingo’s list and adds that all can be triggered (and frequently are) by the compromised nature of earth’s water vapor, which is under attack from excessive evaporation and pollution. “The moment we exit the mother’s watery womb,” Kleyne adds, “we begin a process of evaporation unto death. To live a healthy life, we must supplement our eyes, skin and organs with fresh, pure water and we must do so several times a day.”

A business consultant and life coach, Wingo agrees and adds that people are dying from stress-related causes at an alarming rate around the world. “People need to understand what stress really is,” she said, “and how to cope with it.” Both researchers and teachers call for more education about stress and water evaporation, especially at the grade school and high school levels. “Stress,” says Wingo, “is the rate of adjustment it takes for an organism (including its organs and cells) to adapt to a particular environment.”

“We must all learn to manage stress better,” Kleyne agrees. “People must act more responsibly about their health. They can learn to relax while drinking lots of water, eating and sleeping properly, and breathing. Don’t forget to breathe—in through the nose, out through the mouth to detoxify the body. Water is our whole life,” says Kleyne. “It’s the primary building block of life.”

With enough water, it is possible to drown out most stress.

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If you would like to listen to a radio interview with Dr, Mary Wingo on 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, please click here: http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/93374/the-sharon-kleyne-hour-with-guest-dr-mary-wingo
Do you have stress and evaporation stories to share? We would love to hear them. You can reach us at Sharon@biologicaquaresearch.com 800-367-6478 ~ Fax 541-474-2123 http://www.naturestears.com or on Twitter at @sharonkleynehr

America’s Water Infrastructure Is Close To Collapse

Water Advocate Sharon Kleyne Urges Action Now on Water Crisis. Sharon Kleyne Says Water Pipes Across America Must Be Replaced Now.

More than a year ago, FOXBusiness published an article by Matthew Morrow titled “America’s Water Infrastructure Is in Need of a Major Overhaul”.
http://www.foxbusiness.com/features/2016/01/28/america-s-water-infrastructure-is-in-need-major-overhaul.html

In his article, Morrow began by discussing the then-still-new Flint water crisis. As we now know, a cash-strapped city made the ill-fated decision to switch the source of its drinking water from the Detroit water system to the polluted Flint River. The city has now switched back, but the crisis illuminated a deeper problem than people getting sick from bad water. As Morrow and others have written, the Flint water crisis focused the nation’s attention on the 1.2 million miles of aging lead water pipes that crisscross America. These pipes have a life expectancy of 75 years and many are already older than that. What happens to an aging lead water pipe? It leaches lead into the drinking water, making adults sick and negatively affecting brain development in children.

Morrow points out that most people in the U.S. have been spoiled by a century of easy access to water, but he also shares that experts are now saying that time is coming to an end unless we accept the monumental and expensive challenge of replacing old pipes. ”According to some estimates,” Morrow writes, “about 1.7 trillion gallons of water are wasted every year due to lack of pipe replacement and broken and leaky pipes”.

Replacement and repair costs will be significant by any measure. Both The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the American Water Works Association (AWWA) estimate that these costs will exceed 1 trillion dollars. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that the cost will exceed 650 billion dollars. Morrow also points out that the Government Accountability Office (GAO) states that forty out of fifty state water managers predict that their states will suffer major water supply issues in the next ten years.

All of these disturbing statistics are well known to international water researcher Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®. “We’re facing a water crisis of epic proportions,” said Kleyne. “Too much of the water falling to earth as rain is running off to the oceans,” said Kleyne. “Our aquifers are not being adequately replenished. We can’t go on like this. Water is essential,” Kleyne continued. “In all its phases, it’s the best shield against the inception and spread of illness.”

According to Morrow, water pipe upgrades will require a complex cooperative effort of local agencies, the U.S. Congress and some federal funding via grants and low-interest loans. Some of these efforts have begun, but too slowly. Already, more than a year has passed since Morrow’s clarion call to action and we have slipped closer to water infrastructure catastrophe.

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Would you like to share your thoughts on water infrastructure, water research and new technology? Have you had problems with your drinking water? If you have comments or stories you’d like to share, we’d like very much to hear from you! You can reach us in the following ways. Sharon@biologicaquaresearch.com 800-367-6478 ~ Fax 541-474-2123 http://www.naturestears.com or on Twitter at @sharonkleynehr

Sharon Kleyne Examines Water Infrastructure Findings Of Brookings Institute

Sharon Kleyne Says New Water Infrastructure Is a Complex Issue. Sharon Kleyne Encourages Public & Private Sectors To Embrace New Water Infrastructure.

Many citizens are vaguely aware of the fact that water infrastructure in the U.S. needs to be overhauled and improved. Water researchers like Sharon Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, Dr. Gerald Pollack and others have insisted for years that new water infrastructure should be the nation’s (and the world’s) top priority. But what is the situation really? What does it all mean?

According to a recent report (May, 2017) from the Brookings Institute https://www.brookings.edu/blog/brookings-now/2017/03/21/10-facts-about-water-policy-and-infrastructure-in-the-us/ , 30 of the largest water utilities in the U.S. “support up to $52 billion in economic output and 289,000 jobs annually; millions of households, businesses and industries depend on water systems every day. In vesting in water infrastructure ensures that these industries stay afloat and more investment often means more jobs.”

That seems clear enough. Water is big business. But it might surprise you to learn that the federal government is actually a small player in the world of water. States and local governments and utilities are actually responsible for 96% of annual public spending on drinking water and wastewater facilities. The Brookings Institute also points out that geographic and political boundaries complicate water investment. There are nearly 52,000 community water systems in the U.S., and they frequently include multiple users and watersheds. This sometimes leads to “operational inefficiencies and difficulties accelerating future investment.”

Other major findings by the Brookings Institute include the following. The price of water across the nation is rising. The average monthly residential water bill has increased 48% since 2010. Sewer service prices have also soared in the past two decades. There is also not enough money available to upgrade existing water systems. Though 88% of the American populace believes that something must be done to upgrade the country’s water infrastructure, utilities are barely keeping up with daily maintenance of declining systems. In addition, it is a concern that over 64% of the dams in America are privately owned and 69% of the dams were built before 1970.

The Brookings report also closely linked climate change and water cycles https://medium.com/@Brookings/water-management-and-climate-change-cfd1e0e35a11 . Citing a new book, The Water Problem edited by Pat Mulroy. Mulroy, the longtime general manager of the Southern Nevada Water Authority, a Brookings Fellow and the lead negotiator on the Colorado River for the state of Nevada, draws on multiple sources to show that we face a crisis caused by climate change and suggests things we can do about it. For instance, Mulroy’s book goes far beyond the California situation with its water restrictions and drought to other parts of the country suffering from water shortages exacerbated by climate change. Some of these areas include Miami and the issue of rising oceans fouling freshwater reservoirs; intensive farming in Kansas and Nebraska, which is draining age-old aquifers; the Southwest where a rapidly growing population is stressing out the already strained Colorado River.

The silver lining of the Brookings report is that we in the U.S. are actually better off than the rest of the world because most of us have fairly reliable 24/7 water. Still, when we look closely, as we should, at our own water infrastructure problems, we can see the possibility of a bleak future that is already reality throughout the world. That reality is water scarcity.

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Swedish Physicist Anders Nilsson & Sharon Kleyne Hope For More Water Research

Professor Anders Nilsson & Sharon Kleyne Would Like To See U.S. as World Water Research Leader Again. Nilsson & Kleyne Share Great Desire To Revive Water Research around the World.

Professor Anders Nilsson, Ph.D., divides his time between labs and classrooms at Stanford University and Stockholm University. A physicist, Nilsson serves as Professor of Chemical Physics at Stockholm University; In California, he is Professor of Photon Science at Stanford University. Nilsson engineered the dual appointments because he came to the realization that water research in the U.S. has become a controversial subject. Water is no longer grant-money-friendly, especially in the U.S.,” Nilsson said. Returning part of each year to Sweden was the only way that he could continue his water research.

Water educator Sharon Kleyne has spent more than twenty years teaching the mysteries and subtleties of water to people around the world. Kleyne’s work and that of her water research peers is of special importance in this age of global water crisis. Host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, Kleyne and many colleagues such as Dr. Gerald Pollack, Dr. DeWayne Cecil and others would like to see the U.S. increase funding for new water research.

In 2016-17, grants for freshwater and waste water research through the Environmental Protection Agency totaled approximately 2 billion dollars. Yet two new policy changes will affect this figure. First, the EPA is transitioning from grants to loans. Second, the new budget proposes reducing the EPA’s budget by a third, with grants and loans taking proportionate cuts. Early results from the transitioning from grants to loans suggest that fewer loans than grants will actually be made because the loans are perceived to be less flexible and forgiving than the old grants. To put this into perspective, China alone now spends more in water infrastructure grants each year than the entire European Community. China has also surpassed the U.S.in infrastructure grants.

Kleyne and Nilsson hope that the U.S. can and will rebound, becoming again a leader in new water infrastructure. “We have the funding and the resources to do so,” says Kleyne, “but perhaps we need to rediscover the will and our way.” Nilsson offered a poignant example of the water crisis facing planet earth. “If you could gather up into a ball all of the water, fresh and not fresh on the earth, it would take up no more than 50 square miles. That’s not a lot of space or water,” Nilsson concluded, “and if and when it goes, that will signal the end of life here.*

If you missed the program and would like to listen to it, you can tune in to it here: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/100129/the-sharon-kleyne-hour Would you like to share your thoughts? If you do, we’d like very much to hear from you! Sharon@biologicaquaresearch.com 800-367-6478 ~ Fax 541-474-2123 http://www.naturestears.com or on Twitter at @sharonkleynehr.

Swedish Physicist Nilsson Meets Kleyne To Discuss Water Research

Stanford & Stockholm University Professor Nilsson Shares Two Decades of Water Research. Nilsson & Kleyne: Scientific & Holistic Approaches To Water.

Guest: Anders Nilsson. Ph.D., Department of Physics, Stockholm University & Stanford University, http:www.su.se/English/profiles/andersn-1.186733

Professor Anders Nilsson, Ph.D., department of Physics, is a true research citizen of the world. For more than two decades now, Professor Nilsson has divided his time between labs and classrooms at Stanford University and Stockholm University. A physicist, Nilsson serves as Professor of Chemical Physics at Stockholm University; In California, he is Professor of Photon Science at Stanford University.

For twenty years, Nilsson has studied the fundamental properties and structure of liquid water and chemical energy transformations on surfaces that are, for instance, related to artificial photosynthesis. The author and co-author of more than 300 scientific papers published in journals such as Science, Nature and others, Nilsson is one of the scientists featured in the 2014 television production about the oceans, Through the Wormhole by Morgan Freeman. Professor Nilsson is also a celebrated author. In 2014 Nilsson published his first spiritual book, The Gentle Way of the Heart, which received a silver medal from the 2015 Benjamin Franklin Awards.

Water educator Sharon Kleyne has also spent more than twenty years teaching the mysteries and subtleties of water to people around the world. Kleyne’s work and that of her water research peers is of special importance in this age of global water crisis and so she was thrilled to discuss water with Professor Nilsson on her nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®.

Referring to the molecular structure of water, Nilsson lamented the fact that “we have limited technology now to study the unusual properties of water. Water is the most unique liquid on the planet. For instance, the more you cool water down, the stranger it becomes. Water is the basis of life.” Kleyne agreed, pointing out that the body is mostly water and we need to breathe the water in the air (or atmosphere) in order to live.

“That’s why it’s so important that we make water our number one infrastructure priority,” said Kleyne. “Water should also be our number one research priority,” Kleyne added. Nilsson agreed but with this cautionary note: “water is a very controversial subject,” Nilsson said. Both agreed that water is not grant-money-friendly, especially in the U.S., a fact that led Nilsson to return to Sweden part of the year to be able to continue his water research.

Nilsson also offered a scary illustration of the water crisis facing planet earth. “If you could gather up into a ball all of the water, fresh and not fresh on the earth, it would take up no more than 50 square miles. That’s not a lot of space or water,” Nilsson concluded, “and if and when it goes, that will signal the end of life here.”

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If you missed the program and would like to listen to it, you can tune in here: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/100129/the-sharon-kleyne-hour Would you like to share your thoughts? If you do, we’d like very much to hear from you! Sharon@biologicaquaresearch.com 800-367-6478 ~ Fax 541-474-2123 http://www.naturestears.com or on Twitter at @sharonkleynehr.

Water Researcher Sharon Kleyne Salutes Birthday Of Theobald Smith

Sharon Kleyne Celebrates Clean Water Pioneer Theobald Smith. Sharon Kleyne Acknowledges America’s First Internationally Recognized Medical Research Scientist.

Water educator Sharon Kleyne’s work as a researcher has earned accolades from scientists, researchers and medical personnel around the world, so it seemed fitting that she paused on July 31st in her busy schedule to acknowledge the birth of the man who is widely considered to be America’s first internationally important medical research scientist.

Theobald Smith, born July 31st, 1859 (and died on Emily Dickinson’s birthday, December 10th, 1934), became a pioneer in pathology and epidemiology. Keenly grasping the subtleties of microbiology, Smith was fascinated by this new science’s application to public health, sanitation and preventative medicine. From 1886 to 1895, Smith taught a memorable course in Bacteriology at the National Medical College.

In 1887, Smith began his serious research into water sanitation. Smith invented the fermentation tube that is called the Smith Tube to this day. In time, he became known worldwide as the “Father of the total coliform test”, which led to safer drinking water for untold billions.

Kleyne herself has spent more than twenty years teaching the mysteries and subtleties of water and atmospheric and body water evaporation to people around the world. Host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®. Kleyne would like to see new water research regain the prestige and priority it had during the life of Theobald Smith. “Researchers and scientists like Smith were visionaries,” Kleyne says, “who inspired us to push the envelope leading to new discoveries and technologies that have benefited billions of people. We need more of that and we need it now.”

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Were you aware of the life of Theobald Smith? Isn’t it interesting how lives that can so deeply touch our lives on many levels can be so invisible to us? Would you like to share your thoughts about Theobald Smith? About other water pioneers? How about If you do, we’d like very much to hear from you! Sharon@biologicaquaresearch.com 800-367-6478 ~ Fax 541-474-2123 http://www.naturestears.com or on Twitter at @sharonkleynehr.