Hydration & Water Recycling Are Keys To Solving Earth’s Crisis

Dr. C. D. Shelton Claims Water Recycling Is More Affordable Than Reverse Osmosis. Lack Of Hydration Threatens Health of all Living Beings Says Kleyne.

Sharon Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica and World Talk Radio, knows that the world faces an epic hydration crisis. As more ground water is wasted, as the Earth’s atmosphere’s evaporation process accelerates due to myriad causes, the need for more hydration becomes more critical by the day. “People everywhere need to supplement their body water vapor several times a day, just as we all must find new technologies that will replenish the planet’s atmospheric water vapor,” says Kleyne.

Dr. C. D. Shelton, Professor of Biology (emeritus) has spent his adult life sharing with thousands of students his passion and knowledge of the natural world, including the saga of water and the world water crisis that confronts us. Dr. Shelton, also a prolific writer of more than 60 books, recently visited Kleyne as an expert guest in the on-air lab that is Kleyne’s talk radio show.

Kleyne teaches with a rhetorical question and answer: “What are you? You’re water.” Kleyne has demonstrated that each individual’s water crisis begins at birth when a process of body water evaporation is triggered that lasts until the moment of death. “Dehydration, the lack of proper hydration” Kleyne says, “is a major disease catalyst. Earth possesses fresh water, yet much of it is mismanaged and runs off to the oceans. And yet, all life depends on water.” Kleyne hopes that every person’s awareness of water deepens with water technology research and education. Kleyne also warns that water wars are inevitable and are coming in Earth’s near future.

Shelton sees the same inevitability, pointing out that water has been the primary catalyst for change and population upheaval throughout human history. In New Mexico, for instance, the Anastazi people evolved from hunter-gatherers to agriculturalists and settled into a prosperous cliff-dwelling community. But as a result of a 14-year drought, they were forced to dismantle their structures and migrate to new water sources. Shelton teaches that similar patterns can be observed in the cradle of civilization, the Nile River Valley, as well as in China, the Sahara, and countries and continents around the world.

Shelton’s abiding interest in water began with his ranch childhood in Texas. From his earliest years, Shelton remembers being fascinated with water, a fascination that followed him to the University of Oregon and beyond. In 2012, Shelton began writing short e-books on health-related concerns for SHORT ON TIME EBOOKS http://www.facebook.com/healthylivingnow4u

When asked by Kleyne what he would propose as a step in the right direction to solve the international water crisis, Shelton is swift to respond. “More regulation,” he says. “We should hold industries and manufacturers accountable for their actions. We should heavily fine them for creating pollution.” Looking at China, Shelton sees a dynamic country that “makes great demands on the environment. “China will have to learn that if it doesn’t take care of the environment, it will not survive.”

Shelton also strongly believes in recycling water. He demonstrates that water recycling is four times less expensive than the process of reverse osmosis. Kleyne agrees and adds that we need to do a better job reaching out to children with water education and holding politicians accountable for policies that ignore the Power of Water® and harm the environment by ignoring the critical need for enhanced hudration.

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If you would like to listen to the program featuring Dr. C. D. Shelton and Sharon Kleyne, please follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/107873/encore-the-sharon-kleyne-hour

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