Sharon Kleyne Teaches Guest Evaporation Causes Dry Eye on Power of Talk Radio. Water Evaporation Causes Dry Eye Says New Water Technology Messenger Sharon Kleyne.
Evaporation and dry eye research conducted and taught by Water Life Science® lifestyle enthusiast Sharon Kleyne, founder and research director of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, has forever changed the global response to evaporation and chronic dry eye disease.
While welcoming Dutch international water ambassador and CBS 60 Minutes guest Henk Ovink to talk about water education and Ovink’s Hurricane Sandy task force work to her internationally syndicated weekly radio show with a global audience of 3.5 million listeners on VoiceAmerica produced by Rose Hong, founder/director of Global Dragon TV,
Water Life Science® advocate Kleyne explained how evaporation is the cause of chronic dry eye. “Did you know,” said Kleyne, “that more than 450 million people worldwide will suffer from chronic dry eye in 2019, and that some of those cases, because left untreated, will result in permanent blindness?”
Ovink and many of Water Life Science® creator Kleyne’s listeners did not. That is why Water Life Science® advocate Kleyne, on more than 500 shows, has offered educational programs every week for more than 12 years to an international listening audience that needs to know more about the power of water®, evaporation and the way it triggers chronic dry eye.
“At Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, we study the evaporation of water. I am the messenger bringing water education to everyone on earth,” Kleyne continued. “We are focused on saving lives, saving the planet and saving the breath of life—Water. Water is a species. Water develops soil, which is another species.”
Ovink, also the author of Too Big: Rebuild by Design: a Transformative Approach to Climate Change, agreed. “Water is not about fighting it but embracing it as an essence,” he said. Ovink taught that the Netherlands began collaborating over water preservation and use 900 years ago in the 12th century. Ovink pointed out that in the Netherlands reservoirs are non-existent because the Dutch respect that the river is a living organism. “Its sedimentation capacity is critical,” said Ovink, “as are the fish swimming in it.”
“If we in the U.S. don’t study water like the Dutch study water,” added water evaporation expert Klyene, we’re going to be left behind with no health, no economy, no nothing.”
If you would like to listen to the program in which international Dutch water ambassador Henk Ovink joins water evaporation, chronic dry eye educator and Water Life Science® radio talk show host Sharon Kleyne, please follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/110993/international-water-affairs-water-ambassador-henk-ovink