Health Crises Emerge when Skin & Eyes Over-evaporate Say Grigg & Kleyne. Grigg Lays Down the Water Law on Sharon Kleyne’s Radio Program.
Guest: Dr. Neil S. Grigg
Joining Kleyne on her 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. Neil S. Grigg shared his focus on water management and institutions, water rights, water supplies, state water planning, water law, policy and regulation, infrastructure development and water security.
Grigg, a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Colorado State University, and an experienced educator, researcher, consulting engineer and public official, supports Sharon Kleyne’s groundbreaking international research in atmosphere and body water evaporation. “Managing water,” Grigg says, “means understanding and dealing with evaporation.”
Grigg also backs up Kleyne’s assessments regarding soil issues. “We must make sure that soil isn’t too dry. Farmland must be moist. If water is scarce,” Grigg adds, “soil will remain sterile and won’t be able to produce the living microorganisms that enrich soil life.” Kleyne adds that people need to remember that soil is a living organism.
Grigg, who has worked on projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America, enjoys every opportunity to discuss global water concerns such as climate change and water recycling with Kleyne. Grigg stresses the importance of people distinguishing between climate and weather. Weather is what is happening—rain, cold, hotness—at any given moment; climate is the bigger picture. “I think most people agree that the climate around the world is changing,” Grigg says. “It’s heating up. The question, mostly political, is what are we humans doing to contribute to that heating process and how might we reverse the damage?”
Kleyne always reminds her listeners that water vapor in the air—the atmosphere—defines the climate. “For example,” Kleyne says, “there is less water in arid Colorado than in humid Louisiana.” Grigg expects that new technology will be developed to deal more effectively with climate change, but we’ll also see climate-induced migrations, especially in places like Asia and Africa where water can often be scarce. Another example of climate-induced migration would be our own Dustbowl experience in the 1920s and 30s. Grigg points out that there are many examples of climate-induced migrations throughout history and that they extend even to the ancient world.
One technology development that is already underway in many global locations, and one that Kleyne and Griff enthusiastically support, is urban green roof technology. This refers to city dwellers growing gardens and lawns on the roofs of their buildings. These plants replenish the earth’s water vapor and cool cities down at the same time.
Kleyne and Grigg applaud recycling efforts in the Middle East. Grigg describes how Saudi Arabia has taken drastic measures to de-salt ocean water out of the Persian Gulf. Grigg also notes a stumbling block as many in the Middle East will have to reconcile water management practices with their religious beliefs. According to the Koran, for instance, use of recycled waste water would be prohibited, but in the near future it may be inevitable.
“Water is the breath of life,” says Kleyne, co-founder and research director of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® in Grants Pass, Oregon. “Your body water is your life. You are living with and in the atmosphere’s water vapor. Water Life Science® must become a priority for everyone on earth.”
Are you as concerned about over-evaporation and global warming as you should be? Were you aware of this new water technology? Have you ever tried Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® or Nature’s Mist® Face of the Water® or known someone who has done so? What’s the verdict? If you have comments or stories you’d like to share, why not get involved? We’d like very much to hear from you! You can reach us in the following ways. Sharon@biologicaquaresearch.com 800-367-6478 ~ Fax 541-474-2123 http://www.naturestears.com or on Twitter at @sharonkleynehr