What The World Needs Now Is Climatology Education

L. DeWayne Cecil Wants You To Know More about Climatology Than You Do. Sharon Kleyne & L. DeWayne Cecil Believe Climatology Ignorance Is Not Bliss.

Guest: L. DeWayne Cecil, Ph.D., Western Region Climate Services Director for the NOAA-NCDC http://www.noaa.gov and http://www.climate.gov

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®, is convinced that the reason we have so many global diseases and so few cures is lack of education. Schools do not teach evaporation and water vapor and the overwhelming impact both have on humans and their health. “Ever since the 19th century,” said Kleyne, “we have increasingly turned our backs on new research and gotten into the habit of treating symptoms; we don’t look for cures anymore.”

Fellow water researcher and Chief Climatologist L. DeWayne Cecil, Ph.D., couldn’t agree more with Kleyne’s assessment. “I am a Paleo-climatologist,” Cecil said. “I study tree rings, lake sediment and past climate change cycles to see if I can draw useful conclusions about current trends.” Cecil, formerly employed with the U.S. Geological Survey, also worked for a time at NASA where he specialized in satellite imaging to view climatic trends. Cecil’s current position is Western Region Climate Services Director for the NOAA-NCDC. “Water is extremely important in a balanced atmosphere,” Cecil said. “In the atmosphere, the climate is strongly affected by water.” Kleyne suggested that people have trouble understanding this and Cecil agreed, pointing out that his team’s education efforts included teaching people how ground water evaporates and rises, becoming a gas that not only gives life to the air we breathe, but also has the potential to change weather patterns and the climate.

“People need to know,” said Kleyne, also the founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, that evaporation is the process by which water is turned into a gas—a vapor—that enters the atmosphere and creates the air we breathe.“ Cecil added that our weather and climate were already experiencing dramatic changes, some of them life-threatening. “We’ll all be sorry,” Kleyne said, “if we don’t do a much better job educating the general public about evaporation, the water mist cycle and the climate.”

Cecil shared a similar commitment to education in his current work. “Much of our effort now is concentrated on education,” said Cecil. “We intend to involve citizens and stakeholders in developing solutions that are called for in specific areas,” Cecil explained. “I think of this as being proactive as we deal with drought, flooding, crop issues and many other situations.” He added that the NOAA-NCDC is making appropriate use of town hall meetings and symposiums across all six regions of the country.

Looking back on his own experience, Cecil recalled one of the earliest events that inspired him to become a scientist and researcher. “It was the photographs taken of the earth and space by the Apollo astronauts,” he said. “There was that beautiful blue marble,” Cecil said, “and I thought, ‘it really is a water planet!’”

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Sharon Kleyne Seeks Commitment To New Water Infrastructure

Sharon Kleyne Says New Water Infrastructure Should Be Our #1 Priority. Sharon Kleyne Calls on Officials To Prioritize Water Infrastructure.

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®, has insisted for more than two decades that new water infrastructure should be the nation’s (and the world’s) top priority. Because it is not the top priority, aquifers are not adequately replenished and too much fresh rain water runs off to the oceans where it is unusable by humans. The result is the worldwide water crisis that we’re doing our best, it seems, to ignore.

A few months ago, a report from the Natural Resources Defense Council revealed that water systems serving almost a quarter of Americans have reported violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which is the main federal law that regulates contaminants in drinking water. The violations included arsenic and nitrates contamination as well as failures in testing and reporting contamination levels. Not surprisingly, systems in rural areas account for more than 70 percent of all violations. The problem is so widespread that drinking water violations were found in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as territories of the U.S. The five worst states for Safe Drinking Water Act violations are Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Georgia.

President Trump released his infrastructure plan in June. The plan proposes no solutions for rural America’s water problems and stresses the need to privatize the nation’s water systems. If implemented, this is likely to drive up water prices. Combine this likelihood with the challenges associated with financing the replacement and upgrading of aged pipes and plants and we discover a plan that will cost billions of dollars over several decades and be unattractive to private investors who are not convinced that individual projects will ever become profitable.

Water research experts like Kleyne are also quick to point out that we don’t have decades to make the fixes that are required. An unimaginable drinking water crisis is just around the corner and humanity has no time left to procrastinate. Kleyne teaches that the human body begins a lifelong, natural process of evaporation the moment it exits the mother’s watery womb. “This process continues until death,” said Kleyne. However, Kleyne added, if humans don’t supplement their evaporated body-and-eye water vapor, they will suffer illness and early death. Kleyne believes that understanding the process of evaporation is essential to becoming more successfully proactive about one’s health and the health of the planet. “We have one precious planet,” Kleyne said, “and education can show us the way to a water infrastructure plan that will work for everyone.”

Kleyne embraces her role, as researcher and scientist, of spreading the word about water, new water research, new water technology and new water lifestyles. She also vows to be a relentless voice calling for water infrastructure as the number one priority here and abroad.

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What Do You Think Of When You Hear The Word Dry

Water Life Science® Advocate Sharon Kleyne Probes Dryness. Sharon Kleyne Says Dryness Can Kill.

Sharon Kleyne wonders what you think of when you think of the word Dry. Do you think of the desert? Maybe you think of a blazing sun and hot sand at the beach. How about your mouth and throat after you’ve been in a sweat lodge for 30 minutes? Do you think of those first few moments right after you wake up in the morning, when your throat is parched? Perhaps Dry makes you think of being stuck in traffic on the freeway in the middle of a sweltering August day.

Sharon Kleyne, host of the syndicated radio program The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health radio program on Voice of America explains that the word DRY carries the negative connotation of dehydration due to evaporation. “Deserts are dry,” says Kleyne. “Lifeless planets are dry, and when our beautiful blue earth suffers excessive evaporation, all life on the planet is threatened.” Kleyne regularly educates people around the world that the earth’s water vapor provides the water we need to breathe in our air. Some of that water vapor also becomes ground water, which is susceptible to excessive evaporation due to pollution and climate change. These factors can also negatively impact the body’s water vapor.

When human bodies dehydrate due to excessive evaporation, they can suffer numerous diseases and illnesses including melanoma and other cancers, diabetes, allergies and maladies of the eye, such as dry eye disease. Kleyne points out that dry eye disease is a 2.1 billion dollar global industry and that billions of people worldwide suffer from it. Dry eye disease occurs when the eye’s tear film, which is 99% water, over-evaporates. When this happens, and even before, Kleyne points out, the eyes should be supplemented with replenishing moisture. Otherwise, dry eye disease can and often does lead to more serious conditions, including blindness.

The eyes are not alone in this assault of Dry. Kleyne is always pointing out that people the world over suffer from more dry skin diseases and ailments than ever before. Like the eyes, Kleyne says, “the skin should be supplemented several times a day with replenishing moisture.”

Kleyne, the founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, urges everybody to use her company’s signature products, the only such products on earth that consist of Trade Secret tissue culture grade water and are applied to eyes and skin not as drops, but as a patented fine micron size mist from a handheld, portable personal humidifier.

Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is the only pure water product to treat over-evaporation of the tear film covering the eye and dry eye disease.”Eye drops and saline solutions are only temporary fixes. They can blur eyesight and increase irritation over the long run,” says Kleyne. Nature’s Mist® Face of the Water® is available for supplementing body vapor loss of the skin (70% to 76% water). In addition, Bio-Med Wash® is the first portable, non-saline, nonchemical, emergency eye, burn and wound wash product test-marketed and released worldwide. The Trade Secret tissue culture grade water that neither burns nor blurs is not administered as droplets. Instead, like the company’s other products, Bio-Med Wash® treats a wound with a painless emission from a personal, portable hand-held humidifier that is easy and even fun to use.

In closing, Kleyne reiterates: “We’re not chunks of DRY ice,” she says. “We’re not waterless stick figures made of wood or stone. We are fluid. There is nothing about our natural condition that is DRY. In fact,” Kleyne concludes, “DRY is our sworn enemy.”

Liver Expert Gaughran & Kleyne Sharon Tip For Longer Life

Sharon Kleyne & Brendan Gaughran Discuss Health Issues Due to World Water Crisis. Sharon Kleyne Welcomes Liver Expert Gaughran to Radio Show.

Brendan Gaughran, President, Liver Medic Mobile Communication http://www.livermedic.com

There are many things that one can do to be more proactive about personal health and one of them is to pay attention to your liver. Your liver, which is 75 to 85 percent water, is part of your digestive system. Its many tasks include detoxification, protein synthesis and the production of chemicals that are necessary to digest your food. That is why Brendan Gaughran, President of Liver Medic Mobile Communication was delighted to meet with Sharon Kleyne recently on her radio show, the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®.

Gaughran has put in more than two decades working in healthcare, developing nutraceutical tools, medical devices and natural supplements to help people get well and not merely mask symptoms with an array of drugs. “The biggest problem in medicine today is all the seductive money in the pharmaceutical industry. Too many people are riding the money train,” said Gaughran.

“And there is nothing more important to health and life,” Kleyne added, “than water.”
Referring to the recent discovery of a brain-eating amoeba in the drinking water of two Louisiana districts and the ongoing problems with lead-contaminated water in Michigan, Kleyne criticized the United Nations and world elected officials who refuse to make water the number one infrastructure priority. “We don’t have enough fresh water on the surface of the planet,” said Kleyne “and we’re going to face dire consequences if we don’t address that.”

Gaughran, a research scientist trained in microbiology, explained that the liver “is a super important organ. It’s the major converter for energy,” Gaughran continued. “It detoxifies the body, maintains blood pressure (with the help of the kidneys) and regulates hormones, among other beneficial actions.” Gaughran described how the liver, which has no nerve endings, nevertheless signals areas of imbalance in the body by inducing pain.

Kleyne added that everyone should be asking this question on a daily basis: “are you drinking enough water?” Gaughran suggested that a person take his weight and divide by two, arriving at the number of ounces of water he should drink each day. Gaughran added that unlike the past when 76 percent of liver problems were alcohol-related, 75 percent of new liver issues today are related to pesticides and other toxins leeching into the water table. “Chemicals in agriculture and GMO production are causing terrific health hazards,” said Gaughran.

Gaughran believes that formulating products and helping people solve their health issues naturally is the wisest course to follow in health today. This includes adopting a healthy lifestyle diet, one that is largely free of salt and sugar. Gaughran recommended the new Fodnaps diet developed by researchers at Stanford University. Kleyne and Gaughran also urged listeners to breathe properly. This is often overlooked, but breathing properly is essential to better health. “Breathing properly changes the pH of your body for the better,” Gaughran concluded.

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Sharon Kleyne Passes 11 Year Milestone On VoiceAmerica Radio

Famous Water Guests stand Out on International Program. Listening to Kleyne & Friends Brings Water Alive.

Sharon Kleyne (the last name rhymes with Carolina) has been talking about water and the evaporation of the body and atmosphere for more than twenty years. For the lasteleven years, Kleyne reaches an international audience once a week through her nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®. Kleyne has always been a teacher, “and what better way to reach and teach others than through radio,” Kleyne said.

“It’s hard to believe that it’s already been eleven years on the air,” Kleyne exclaimed.

Sharon Kleyne begins each program with a thorough, crisp description of evaporation and the need for supplementation. Kleyne said that the human body begins a lifelong, natural process of evaporation the moment it exits the mother’s watery womb. “This process continues until death,” said Kleyne. However, Kleyne added, if humans don’t supplement their evaporated body-and-eye water vapor, they will suffer illness and early death. Kleyne believes that understanding the process of evaporation is essential to becoming more successfully proactive about one’s health and the health of the planet. .

“We have one precious planet,” Kleyne said. “We have one set of eyes. Doesn’t it make sense to keep them healthy?” That is why she founded Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® and created (with her research center colleagues) Nature’s Mist® Face of the Water®, Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® and Bio-Med Wash®. Since then, Kleyne’s products have saved thousands of lives and provided relief and improved skin health and eye health for millions of people around the world. Kleyne’s globally patented products have been endorsed by thousands of ophthalmologists, optometrists, internists, dentists, military personnel and first responders everywhere. And in recent weeks, Kleyne was proud to announce the release of Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® in China, the country with the world’s largest population and the greatest number of sufferers of dry eye disease and blindness. “We’re convinced,” said Kleyne, “that Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® will bring great relief to long-suffering Chinese victims of these and other ocular ailments.”

Looking back on her radio program, Kleyne reminisced about the stellar cast of characters that have appeared as her special guests each week. Kleyne recalled Dame Dr. Effie Chow, Qigong Grandmaster, Registered Public Health & Psychiatric Nurse, California and nationally-licensed Acupuncturist http://www.eastwestqi.com and frequent guest and Rose Hong, Executive Director of Global Dragon TV
http://www.GlobalDragonTV.com; Dr. Yuan Fang, M.A. of the Bio Chemistry Research Center in China; Chief Climatologist L. DeWayne Cecil, Ph.D; Adetutu Ijose
http://www.foodsthathealdaily.com and Dr. Gerald H. Pollack, Ph.D.
http://www.faculty.washington.edu/ghp ,among many, many others.

Kleyne looks forward to broadcasting the truth about water, new water research and new water technology and new water lifestyles now and in the decades ahead to an ever-growing, devoted listening audience. “Have we made progress,” Kleyne asked, “in our effort to educate everyone in the world about the global water crisis and what one can do to be healthy? Yes, but we have far more to do.” As she has proved many times, Kleyne is up to the challenge. Indeed, she relishes it. As she often does, Kleyne asked that people “please resolve to take greater charge of your health, especially your eyes and the precious gift of sight. You only have two eyes,” Kleyne reminds us. She also encourages listeners to share the good news about her radio program and encourage others to tune in. “Little by little,” saidd Kleyne, “we will win the fight against skin and eye diseases in the U.S., in China and all over the world.”

Cold Or Hot? What Water Should You Drink?

Sharon Kleyne Asks Does Cold Water Help You Lose Weight? Water Advocate Sharon Kleyne Examines Theories About Drinking Water.

International water educator Sharon Kleyne has urged people for more than two decades to drink eight to ten glasses of water a day as part of her lead-in to her syndicated radio program The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®. “I also tell people to drink those glasses all the way down and not sip from them,” Kleyne says, “because that’s how your body absorbs the most water.” And that’s the point. We are constantly losing body water vapor via the process of evaporation. To maintain excellent health, we need to supplement our bodies by drinking water every day. But what kind of water should we be drinking? What temperature is best?

Victoria’s Secret model Lindsay Ellingson begins each day with a glass of warm water. Why? Because an Ayruveda specialist taught her that the body has an easier time absorbing warm water, which is close to its natural temperature. Ellingson also believes that warm water soothes the stomach. Ellingson is far from alone in these beliefs. It’s true that warm water breaks down food faster and usually results in a better bowel movement. Warm water can also purify your blood, increasing your body’s natural detoxification processes taking place in the skin, lymphatic system and kidneys. An added bonus, reported by many believers, is that drinking warm water will curb sugar cravings.

However, others believe just as strongly that cold water—even ice water—is preferable to and healthier than warm water. Ice water fans are quick to point out that a major benefit is weight loss. The body’s metabolism, they say, is triggered to work more strenuously when cold water is ingested. Think of it this way. If you jump into a cold shower, your metabolism can spike as much as 550 percent. That’s a lot! Advocates insist that the cold water makes your skin and hair glow and boosts your immune system.

Then there is the ice cream argument. Neuroscientists have proved that ice cream makes you happy by stimulating the orbitofrontal cortex, the ‘enjoy me’ track of the brain. If ice cream has this effect, scientists reason, then it’s likely that cold or ice water does, too. In addition, cold water will reduce the blood flow to your muscles and send them new, less lactic acid-filled blood. The benefit to you will be fewer aches and pains. Finally, cold water stimulates hormones and testosterone (despite the myth of taking a cold shower ‘to cool down’).

Kleyne sees both sides and cautions that everyone is different. “No two eyes alike, no two anything alike,” says Kleyne. “Everybody’s metabolism reacts differently to the evaporation process. The important thing,” she adds, “is to drink water—eight to ten glasses every day.”

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China Battles Known Carcinogen In Tap Water

Sharon Kleyne Applauds Chinese Efforts To Clean up Drinking Water. China Working Hard To Clean up Polluted Water.

Water advocate Sharon Kleyne loves China and is proud of the job the country is doing to clean up its tainted drinking water. Yet Kleyne knows it is a monumental task. “With its massive population of more than 1.3 billion,” said Kleyne, host of the syndicated radio program The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, “and on the heels of its unprecedented growth in the last fifty years, maintaining fresh water supplies became more and more difficult.”

Indeed. According to a study conducted late last year at Tsinghua University, China’s tap water contains a dangerous amount of the carcinogen known as nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). This carcinogen is a byproduct of the chlorination process the Chinese have used to make water safe for consumption. But water testing revealed that China’s NDMA levels were 3.6 times those in the U.S. and even more than those in Europe.

As a result, most Chinese do not drink tap water, though many still use it in cooking. Researcher say that even cooking with tap water is dangerous. Neither water filters nor boiling are effective in neutralizing the NDMA. Experts point to the necessity to chlorinate ground water, which is so contaminated in China that 80 percent of it is not fit for human use of any kind.

Much of this groundwater has become polluted over the last several decades due to unregulated industrial waste and poor agriculture practices, but China is working to reverse this situation. Stricter regulations prevent the kind of rampant industrial pollution that took place decades ago and agriculture has begun to veer away from excessive reliance on chemicals.

“It will take time,” said Kleyne, “but I’ve no doubt that China will solve this water crisis.” Experts in China agree, though they add that it will take diligence and patience because the damage is so extensive. They note that infrastructure, especially costly new water pipes, must also be part of the long-term solution. “We face some of the same issues in the U.S.,” said Kleyne, “especially with regard to replacing water pipes. Just ask the people of Flint, Michigan.”

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