Dr. Frederick L. Kirschenmann & Sharon Kleyne Talk Soil & Water

Kirschenmann & Kleyne Two Peas in a Pod on Soil Conservation. Views of Water Advocate Kleyne & Dr. Kirschenmann Mix Together Like Soil & Water.

Guest: Dr. Frederick L. Kirschenmann, PhD., Board President of Stone Barnes Center and Healthy Soil Activist

Soil activist and Board President of the seminal Stone Barns Center Dr. Frederick L. Kirschenmann grew up on a North Dakota farm during the Great Depression. As a boy being mentored in farming by his father, Kirschenmann lived through the worst drought in U.S. history. That harrowing experience made an impression on the boy that he never forgot.

As Kirchenmann grew to adulthood is seemed natural that he gravitated into studying and supporting farm models that embraced agricultural resilience—sustainable agriculture focused on the health and restoration of the soil. “For me,: Kirschenmann said, “productive farming and healthy food begin with the soil. Of course, water is absolutely essential, too, but water won’t do anything but run off or pool up is the soil is dead.” Over the years, Dr. Kirschenmann’s effort on behalf of healthy soil and food has blossomed into an international movement.

Kirschenmann’s enthusiastic efforts to teach people about soil, food and water appealed to water advocate and Water Life Science® creator, Sharon Kleyne. Herself an international educator about water and the process of evaporation, Kleyne said that “Dr. Kirschenmann taught me years ago,” that you can’t have a healthy planet without healthy soil.” Kleyne described how our health hinges on the vitality of soil and the invention of new technology with water.

“We have a deeply embedded cultural problem today,” said Kirschenmann, “and that is the feeling that we are somehow separate from nature. Our post-industrialist attitude that we should bend nature to our will is also part of the problem. This is the core cultural change we need to make,” Kirschenmann added. “We simply must make this transformation. Only then will we begin to see water as something more than a commodity.” Kirschenmann offered an appropriate quote by Christiana Peppard in her book, Just Water: Theology, Ethics and the Global Water Crisis: “Water,” wrote Peppard, “is a human right, not an economic commodity.”

Discussing the steady warming of earth’s oceans and Kleyne’s research showing that the water in the atmosphere is evaporating at a faster rate, Kirschenmann reminded listeners that only three percent of the water on the planet is fresh water. Currently, he pointed out, we’re using 70 percent of that water in agriculture. Much of that water does not adequately drip down into the aquifer. It runs off, carries soil nutrients with it and is lost. “Climate change is not only bringing more extreme heat and cold; it’s bringing more droughts and more floods,” said Kirschenmann; “we must make changes if we want to save our soil and food supplies.”

Kirschenmann recommended a successful model for this change, which he found in David R. Montgomery’s book, Growing a Revolution: Bringing Our Soil Back to Life. Montgomery studied the farming practices of eight farmers and found that all eight followed three simple practices. Each farmer cut back on tillage, grew cover crops and diversified planting. Of additional interest to Kirschenmann was the fact that all of the farmers were no longer interested in getting bigger.

Dr. Kirschenmann’s work in soil conservation is reflected in his long involvement with Stone Barns Center, an organic, educational farm and restaurant in Tarrytown, New York http://www.stonebarnscenter.org Kirschenmann described how ten thousand mostly inner-city children visit for instruction every year. Total visitors number more than fifty thousand a year. Visitors can observe soil and farming conservation techniques, eat at a buffet that is open all day and listen to talks and watch videos. Dr. Kirschenman’s influential TEDx talk in January 2012 can be found and enjoyed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOBLitSe3KO&list=PLCB19B14A57BBDA98&index=3

The annual Kirschenmann Lecture at Stone Barns (/visit/the-kirschenmann-lecture.html) invites a guest speaker each year to present a talk on Dr. Kirschenmann’s philosophy of food and agriculture. The first three talks were presented by the poet/farmer Wendell Berry (2015), Daphne Miller (2016) and Ricardo Salvador (2017).


Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® Makes Amazon History

Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® & Amazon.Com Made for Each Other. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® Relieves Dry Eye Disease.

For people struggling with eye pain and the symptoms of dry eye disease, there is good news! Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is available at on-line retail giant Amazon.com.

Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is not a magical ointment or concoction backed by false promises. It is, however, the only product of its kind on the global marketplace. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® consists of 100% pure, Trade Secret tissue culture grade water and no additives of any kind. The water is pH-balanced and biocompatible with the natural tear film of your eye. This globally patented micron-size mist, applied with a personal, hand-held humidifier, supplements the tear film while also moisturizing the skin of the eyelids and the skin around the eyes.

Why is this so important? Because your eyes are constantly dehydrating as a result of excessive evaporation. This evaporation is your enemy! Did you know that your tear film is 99% water? Well, it is. As it dries out, you’ll experience red eyes, itchy eyes, headaches, blurred vision and other awful symptoms. In fact, if you allow evaporation to go on long enough, you run a great risk of going blind. The only way to avoid these conditions is to supplement your eyes several times a day with pure water. Not tap water! Pure water.

Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, created by international water advocate Sharon Kleyne and her research center at Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, is easy to use. (For a demonstration, visit http://www.EyeMist.com.) With eyes open, hold the canister (your personal humidifier) at the side of your face, near your eyes. Press the top of the canister to release the mist. With the canister 8 to 12 inches from your face, move the mist across the eyes in a one-to-two-second sweep. For natural humidity absorption, do not mist closer than 8 inches. Brief blinking is ok. Most people fully realize the convenience of Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® when they use it while driving. There is no muss and no fuss and it’s infinitely safer than using eye drops!

Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is safe for infants, too and it does cause eye make-up to run. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® has a four-year shelf life and can be used as often as desired. Optometrists, physicians, research scientists and ophthalmologists around the world recommend Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® above any other eye product.

Visit Amazon.Com today and order Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® for your eye health. https://www.amazon.com/Natures-Tears-EyeMist-OZ-Bottle/dp/B01N35C7CT/ref=sr_1_3_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1497462561&sr=8-3&keywords=natures+tears+eye+mist


Sharon Kleyne invites you to share your personal stories about your experiences with Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®. What’s your view regarding education, especially in matters of health and your eyes? When you think about and worry about your eyes, what do you think and worry about? Let us know!

Walgreens.com Partners With Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®

What If Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® Were a Human Being. Sharon Kleyne Is the Personification of Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®.

What if the unique eye product, Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® was a human being rather than a micron-size mist to supplement the eye? Since Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is 100 percent pure water, it would have to be a woman. Water, after all, is feminine (earth is masculine). So, Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® would have to be a woman, but not just any woman. Like the eye mist, she would have to be unique, containing no additives, no phoniness. She would have to be bold and effective, getting her healing message across with the least amount of fuss. No doubt she would be a stylish dresser, perhaps a former model well-versed in high-end cosmetics, Yet, she would also be a researcher at home in the medical world, someone who is able to show up under any circumstances and make a difference anywhere on the planet.

If this woman sounds unreal to you, think again because she actually exists. Her name is Sharon Kleyne and she is the founder and director of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®. As a respected researcher of water and the process of evaporation, she is a trailblazer uncovering the benefits of pure water for pharmaceutical and medical application. Kleyne is also a tireless educator who wants you to understand that when your tear film loses moisture (which is 99% water, not some cocktail of additives or chemicals) due to evaporation, dry eye problems occur. In the next few years, 30 million Americans will go blind while billions more will suffer from dry eye disease. It just so happens that Sharon Kleyne is the creator of Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®.

Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica, sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® holds several global patents and her company, Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, is hard at work researching and developing products that will supplement the body’s water vapor and the eye. These products use a simple, pH-balanced pure water mist for supplementation—replacing the water vapor lost every day to evaporation. Kleyne believes that in an era of increasing health challenges from pollution and climate change, her unique water therapy products have the ability to empower each individual, on their own, to create a personal micro-environment of healthy, pure, moist air—Water Life Science® for a new lifestyle®.

That exciting new lifestyle is your pay-off for getting smarter and becoming more proactive about your own visual and body health. “The problem with successful eye care, in part,” said Kleyne, “is that people have misunderstood the function of the eye. They have taken their eyes for granted.” People should understand that nothing good comes of taking their eyes for granted.

Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is currently available at Walgreens.com and you can find it by clicking here: https://www.walgreens.com/store/c/natures-tears-eye-mist-all-natural-pure-bio-logic-aqua/ID=prod393447-product?ext=gooPLA_-_Personal_Care&pla&adtype=pla&kpid=sku393448&sst=1dc36481-363b-430b-8023-4ce734d577d0


Please let us know your opinions and stories about Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®!

Dr. Chow Participates At Opening Of First Medical Qigong International Museum In China

Chow, Hong & Kleyne Talk Qigong and Chinese Health. Global Dragon TV Exec & Dr. Chow Visit Kleyne’s Radio Program.

It seems impossible that there has never been an actual Medical Qigong International Museum in the world, but until very recently, that was exactly the case. How did that happen? After all, Qigong is perhaps the oldest practice in the world and has engaged trillions—not just billions—of practitioners. Was it just an oversight?

Whatever it was, Dame Dr. Effie Chow http://www.eastwestqi.com , an international Qigong Grandmaster, nationally licensed acupuncturist and registered public health & psychiatric nurse in California and Rose Hong, Executive Director of Global Dragon Television http://www.GlobalDragonTV.com were thrilled to meet in China as participants of the opening of the first of five medical Qigong international museums in the world. Recently, they shared their excitement with water advocate and Qigong practitioner Sharon Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated radio program The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®.

Dr. Chow explained how for thousands of years, the practice of Qigong has been the foundation for holistic health science in China. Formerly overlooked in much of the western world, Qigong has gained in popularity in western countries since the 1980s. In eastern lands, its popularity has never diminished. But this year, the opening of the first museum has brought the venerable practice even more attention. The first museum opened in China to pay tribute to famed Master Wang. Dr. Chow was one of a dozen international experts invited to exhibit and present while television and news producer Rose Hong and crew attended the opening and produced a film.

At Kleyne’s request, Dr. Chow, a frequent and favorite visitor to Kleyne’s radio program, explained the meaning and essence of Qigong. Dr. Chow, who has taught and treated an estimated 450,000 people worldwide in her forty-plus years of practice, explained that Qi means breath or life-force and gong means cultivating health with the breath. “No breath, no oxygen, you are dead,” said Chow. “It’s all about the balance of the Qi,” she continued. “It is arriving at health through your breath. However, without water moisture in the air there is no breath!”

“Human life depends on this water breath,” Kleyne added.

“Water is key to all natural health and medicine,” Hong said. “In the future, water will be more valuable than gold.” Hong, who described meeting Dr. Chow as a translator for a PBS documentary on Chow’s work, looks forward to the opening of four additional international Qigong museums.

Johnstown Flood Disaster Remembered By Water Advocate Sharon Kleyne

Sharon Kleyne Says Faulty Water Infrastructure Leads to Disaster & Death. Memory of Johnstown Flood Should Encourage Commitment to New Water Infrastructure.

A few weeks ago, the anniversary of a major event in American water history passed relatively unnoticed. Most people have forgotten, or never knew about what happened on May 31st, 1889, but respected international water researcher Sharon Kleyne remembered. For more than two decades, Kleyne has taught the world about the process of evaporation and the need to replenish the atmosphere and the body’s water vapor for optimal health. Kleyne has also lobbied for upgrades and improvements in our nation’s water infrastructure. That is why she recently paused to share a somber remembrance of perhaps the greatest water disaster in American history.

“On this day, May 31st, 1889,” Kleyne recalled, “the South Fork Dam, fourteen miles upstream of Johnstown, Pennsylvania suffered catastrophic failure.” Kleyne described how many days of heavy rain preceded the dam’s failure. ‘Once it broke,” Kleyne said, “20 million tons of water (4.8 billion U.S gallons) rampaged down the valley.” Kleyne shared how the Johnstown flood killed 2,209 people. Property damage back then amounted to $17 million dollars (it would be in the billions today). “Many of us tend to think of these disasters as unfortunate stories that took place in the ancient past,” Kleyne cautioned, “but the truth is, the same or worse can happen today with our larger populations and aging infrastructure.”

Kleyne is a supporter of dams and reservoirs, but she still sees a pressing need to upgrade existing facilities and begin construction on new structures. Kleyne noted that another byproduct of the Johnstown Flood (also referred to as The Great Flood) was the number of legal defeats that the surviving victims suffered in their efforts to recover damages from the dam’s owners. This litigation went on for years and drained the economy, but the situation also enraged the general population until, finally, new developments in American law balanced the liability load, placing much greater emphasis on who is at fault in a case. –

Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, also talked with pride about another unexpected reaction to the Johnstown Flood. “The Johnstown flood,” Kleyne said, “became the first major disaster relief effort handled by the brand new American Red Cross led by the legendary Clara Barton.” Kleyne also pointed out that support for the victims poured in from all over the U.S. and from 18 foreign countries. Alluding to that spirit, Kleyne called on America’s political leaders to do the right thing and commit to improving water infrastructure and providing clean, safe water for every citizen. Only then will the victims, survivors and their ancestors find peace knowing that good works came of great sorrow and tragedy.

Sharon Kleyne Recalls The End Of The Common Water Cup

Sharing Water Cup Unhealthy Idea. Ignorance about Illness Led to Common Water Cup.

Among educated people of the world, it seems incredible today to think that once upon a time cities and towns offered public drinking water from common tin cups. That’s right. If you were thirsty, you filled the small cup with water (the cup was attached to the cistern by a chain) and drank it down. Common cups for drinks of water were found in schools, railroad stations, factories, libraries, hospitals, doctor’s offices and other public buildings.

The cup you drank from was probably used by 75 people that day, perhaps more. No one washed the cup. People just used it and put it back on its little shelf for the next user.

Naturally, disease spread like wildfire from drinker to drinker. Thousands of people fell sick and thousands more died. It would be years before scientists and doctors put two and two together and got four, but once germ medicine gained traction, the contaminated common water cup was not long for this world.

Water advocate Sharon Kleyne reads a cautionary tale in the history of the common water cup. Recalling that time on May 24th, the anniversary of the banning of the common water cup in Chicago and New Jersey in 1911, Kleyne sees a parallel in the way people today are so poorly educated about water infrastructure and the need for new water technology. Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® and host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, has spent more than two decades educating the world about water and its critical importance to health and life. “Water in the atmosphere,” said Kleyne, “makes it possible for us to breathe, but how many people know that? People have been ignorant about water for a long time.”

One wonders how many hundreds of thousands of people died in the U.S. and the world by sharing common cups of drinking water. Imagine the sickness and diseases passing from one person to another, and all because serious water research was practically non-existent until the latter decades of the twentieth century. Today, many more people than ever know that sharing water with a sick person is like playing Russian roulette. But too many people are still ignorant of the fact that new water research and new water technology is necessary if we’re ever to begin to find cures again for all the things that ail us. “We want to stop just treating symptoms and find cures,” said Kleyne, “and all cures start with pure water.”

Sharon Kleyne Follows Remembrance Of Banning Common Water Cup With Banning Of Common Cup For Horses That Soon Followed

Water Life Science® Founder Remembers That What Made People Sick Could Also Make Animals Sick. Kleyne Says Sharing Common Water Cup Was the Same as Sharing Death.

On May 24th, water advocate Sharon Kleyne remembered the anniversary of the banning of the common water cup. Such cups, usually made of tin and attached by a chain to a pump or tank that distributed water, were a common sight and ‘convenience’ in cities and towns all over America in the early years of the 20th century. One could find them in schools, railroad stations, factories, libraries, hospitals, doctor’s offices and other public buildings.

Unfortunately, serious outbreaks of diseases like cholera and typhoid fever and influenza were also common, killing thousands of women, men and children every year.

Given all that we know now about germs and the way diseases travel and flourish,” said Kleyne, “one might think this unsanitary situation existed centuries ago. But,” she continued, “common water cups actually made it into the twentieth century.” In fact, the Remembrance Day was set up to coincide with the May 24th, 1911 anniversary when the common cup was banned in Chicago and New Jersey. Lawmakers gave the cities until July 4th to get rid of all common cups for drinking water. From that day on, public water could only be offered in disposable paper cups. Violators were fined $25.00 for non-compliance.

Then, in 1914 and 1915, people noticed a big spike in horse illnesses. Because of what people had learned about germs transmitting disease and illness, municipalities around the country enacted laws banning the common water cup (or bucket) for horses. Officials figured that what had been bad for humans must be bad for horses and they were right. From that time on, horse owners and drivers had to carry a bucket for water. This may seem quaint to our eyes. Indeed, the horse was not long for American cities as the automobile’s reach continued to expand, but in 1915 there were still more than 21 million horses in American cities.

The sickness that inspired the new regulations is called Glanders. It is an infectious disease in horses and other animals and can bring on coughing, fever and release of an infectious nasal discharge. “AND the bacterium can infect humans,” said Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® and host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®.

Kleyne has spent more than two decades educating the world about water and its critical importance to health and life—human life and animal life. “Water in the atmosphere,” said Kleyne, “makes it possible for us to breathe, but how many people know that? How many know that water is the foundation for all cures and treatments?”


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