Windmills Change the Atmosphere Says Kleyne. Solar Panels Disrupt Atmospheric Balance & Increase Dehydration.
In the wake of the devastating hurricanes that have battered Texas and Florida, water advocate 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®, applauded the many examples of compassionate assistance involving not only first responders and other emergency personnel, but also fellow victims and volunteers from far-flung locations. On the air recently, Klyene reminded listeners that “Earth has emotions just like us as it interacts with the solar system. For 11 years I’ve been teaching you about the power and life of water,” Kleyne continued, “and with these hurricanes we’re certainly experiencing the power of water!” Yet, she also called into question human inventions such as solar panels and windmills, which change the atmosphere and affect its water vapor.
On the plus side, Kleyne reminded everyone that life on earth must have water from the atmosphere’s water vapor. It’s this earth water vapor, which has not been researched enough, that keeps all life on earth alive. From the moment we leave our mother’s watery womb, we begin to breathe in the water vapor of earth’s atmosphere, which is essential to all living forms. We also begin a natural process of water evaporation that continues until we die. In order to live a long, healthy life, we must regularly (several times a day) supplement and replenish our body water vapor with fresh, pure water. Despite this fact, Kleyne warned that dehydration (the lack of sufficient water in the body) is widespread and affects as much as 90 percent of the population of the United States. Kleyne pointed out that research indicates that dehydration is the factor in most diseases, including aging, which is evaporation, and stroke.
An internationally respected water researcher and educator for more than two decades, Kleyne cautioned against quick fixes to the water issues that confront us. She claimed that opposing groups get wrapped up in politics and trying to prove that one side or another is right rather than working together to find new technology solutions to our water crisis. Kleyne believes those solutions will involve new water technology, but first we will need extensive new research.
In Kleyne’s evaluation, windmills and solar panels must be studied to better understand the long-term consequences of their impact on the atmosphere’s water vapor. She believes that these devices have been deployed with insufficient research to back up their claims. “The truth,” said Kleyne, “is that windmills and solar panels could be causing over-evaporation of the water vapor in the atmosphere and must be studied. We have to come together to decide how we want to live,” Kleyne continued, “then invest in and discover the research necessary, and develop the new technology that will save the earth for all breath of life.”
Meanwhile, Kleyne urges people to learn how to breathe like the earth breathes by practicing breathing exercises every day and drink 8 to 12 glasses of water a day. She also said that everyone should be aware that one of the results of artificial environments (air conditioning, forced air heating, insulated walls and windows) can be excessive evaporation. Kleyne pointed out that these environments can upset the balance of the earth’s water vapor and even cause illness. These illnesses are individual cases of over-evaporating. Each person must learn to work with their personal water evaporation.
Kleyne cautioned that elderly people run an especially high risk of dehydration due to excessive evaporation of the atmosphere and body water vapor. The elderly tend to consume large amounts of medication, which is dehydrating. Older individuals, especially men, sometimes avoid drinking a lot of water during the day because they don’t want to have to go to the bathroom. Yet, going to the bathroom eliminates toxins from the body. According to Kleyne, dehydration symptoms among the elderly include thirst, loss of appetite, dry mouth, headache, dry skin and eyes, low urine production, fatigue, lethargy, irritability, laziness and depression. Kleyne also stresses that physicians need to learn that they must encourage patients to drink lots of water when taking prescription drugs.
Still, preventing the earth’s dehydration crisis is no mystery. Drink enough water and supplement the atmosphere mist the skin and eyes regularly with pure, fresh water and breathe properly. We must supplement the atmosphere with water mist to slow down the earth’s and the body’s dehydration process.
What are your views on the use of windmills and solar panels? Are you aware of the problem of dehydration? Do you think that you are dehydrated? Were you aware of the health benefits of regular hydration? Have you ever tried Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® or known someone who has done so to hydrate the eyes? What’s the verdict?
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