Sharon Kleyne & Dr. Jerry Wiles Agree: Fresh Water is Endangered

Sharon Kleyne & Wiles Look at Fresh Water Issues. Water Advocate Sharon Kleyne Defends Earth’s Fresh Water.

North America Regional Director of International Orality Network

Sharon Kleyne, America’s top water researcher and advocate, and North America Regional Director of International Orality Network, Dr. Jerry Wiles recently got together on Kleyne’s nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on Voice of America to discuss the global fresh water crisis that threatens living organisms of all species including water, soil, plants, humans, animals, and even the atmosphere’s water vapor that is depleted by excess evaporation.

As the longtime director and current President Emeritus of Living Water International, Dr. Wiles has participated in digging and maintaining 17,811 fresh water wells in impoverished and water-challenged countries. Dr. Wiles has also participated in dozens of studies of water and new technology, and he has traveled extensively throughout the world.

For more than two decades, Sharon Kleyne’s research and new water technology discoveries at the company she founded, Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, have garnered international recognition for her as the global expert on dehydration of the eyes and skin due to excessive evaporation of the body’s water vapor. “From the moment we leave our mother’s water-womb and are born,” Kleyne said, “we begin a process of evaporation that continues until death. In order to sustain excellent health,” she went on, “one must supplement eyes and skin on a daily basis to replenish the evaporating water vapor.”

Sharon Kleyne sounded the alarm that people on this planet must stop taking fresh water for granted. “Just as the eyes and skin suffer from excess evaporation, so do fresh water supplies and outlets,” Kleyne said. Dr. Wiles agreed. We estimate,” said Dr. Wiles, “that 663 million people around the world have little or no access to clean water.” Dr. Wiles identified several regions in Africa and some Southeast Asian locales as the places on the planet that are most in need of fresh water.

Sharon Kleyne reminded her listeners that of course there is much more to creating a fresh water supply for those in need than digging wells and Dr. Wiles concurred. “We were lucky in our early efforts,” Dr. Wiles said, “because one of our members invented the LS 100. A portable drill rig we could take to remote places.” Kleyne quickly pointed out that once the drillers are at their location, drilling the well is only the first step. “That’s correct,” said Dr. Wiles. “A big part of our mission is education, but it is hands-on education, it is learning and teaching by doing. It’s not enough to pass out a bunch of handbooks and hope for the best.”

Dr. Wiles pointed out that Living Water International and International Orality Network believes in the importance of mentoring the people they help. “We’re always referring to WASH,” said Dr. Wiles. “It stands for Water—Access—Sanitation—Health.”

Sharon Kleyne applauded such effort. “I discovered long ago that one can accomplish very little without education,” said Kleyne. “I try to educate people around the world every day about the growing global water crisis, and the health dangers associated with dehydration due to excess evaporation of the earth’s water vapor. In doing so,” Kleyne said, “we learn what we need to know to create a new, healthy Water Life Science® lifestyle.” Kleyne encouraged listeners and other interested parties to visit for more information about this new water technology and new water lifestyle.

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