Sharon Kleyne & Gerald H. Pollack Want New Water Research Now

Putting off New Water Research Is a Dangerous Game Says Sharon Kleyne. Gerald H. Pollack & Sharon Kleyne Increase Calls for New Water Research & Technology.

Water researchers and scientists are driven people. They are driven by their passion for their subjects. Yet, they are patient people, too, seldom allowing emotion to push them too far in one direction or another. Dr. Gerald H. Pollack, Ph.D., Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Washington and water advocate Sharon Kleyne are world leaders in eater research and education. Both have exercised great patience and restraint when discussing contemporary water research, but thanks to a global water crisis of epic proportions, even their patience may be running out. Both have wanted to see a global commitment to new water research and new water technology for some time and now they are saying that they want to see it now. “Too much of the water falling to earth as rain is running off to the oceans,” said Kleyne. “Our aquifers are not being adequately replenished. We just can’t afford that.”

Dr. Pollack is universally admired for his own advanced research breakthrough discovery of a fourth phase of water. “We’ve known for a long time about the three phases of water—solid, liquid, vapor,” said Pollack. “The fourth phase is more like ice crystals, a kind of gel that doesn’t evaporate.” Still, nature needs our help because we are using too much water and wasting too much water, too.

“Water is essential,” Kleyne said. “In all its phases, it’s the best shield against the inception and spread of illness.” Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, repeated her favorite mantra that every living being is made of water. Water creates a shield against inflammation and disease. “You’re like a walking sponge,” Kleyne said. “Water vapor keeps you alive.” Kleyne urged everyone to slow down their body’s water evaporation by drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water each day and learning to breathe properly. “Slow down the evaporation process,” she said. “Live longer. Be healthier.”

Dr. Pollack, Editor-in-Chief of WATER, agreed. Author of The Fourth Phase of Water, Pollack said that “many people don’t understand this key point: water has energy, even the water in their bodies; and as one ages, one’s water vapor evaporates much more quickly.”

These facts coupled with the universal increase in disease encouraged Pollack and Kleyne to step up their calls for more water research and advanced technology. Dr. Pollack pointed out that water research practically came to a screeching halt in the 1950s. Because of two scientific debacles, one in Russia and one in Australia, scientists around the world were encouraged to take up other research pursuits and no longer bank on water research. Dr. Pollack also referred to the rise of molecular biology as another factor keying a decline in water research. Researchers in molecular biology moved away from more holistic practices and became fascinated with small, molecular parts. “The result?” asked Pollack rhetorically. “Water was forgotten, and that, with the passage of time, appears to be a massive, life-threatening mistake.”

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Sharon Kleyne & Gerald H Pollack Share Water Research Tragedy

Sharon Kleyne & Gerald H Pollack: Health Cures Need Water Research. Sharon Kleyne & Dr. Gerald H. Pollack Demand New Water Research.

Sharon Kleyne, the nation’s foremost water advocate and host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on Voice America, once again welcomed one of her favorite guests and colleagues, Dr. Gerald H. Pollack, Ph.D., Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Washington (www.faculty.washington.edu/ghp) to the air to renew their ongoing demand for new water research. “The shackles on water research must come off,” said Kleyne.

“Without new water research,” Pollack added, “We will not be in a position to develop life-saving cures for a host of diseases and ailments.”

“The global water situation is remarkably bad,” Sharon Kleyne said. “What we need is really obvious. We need new government and private sector initiatives to be launched, and we need to see them take off. If we fail in this effort to jump-start new research,” Kleyne added, “the planet will plunge into an unbalanced dehydration cycle that will unleash even more mass sickness, epidemics and death.” Concurring with Kleyne, Dr. Pollack cited catastrophes like the water disaster in Flint, Michigan and the dispute over river water and drinking water between Pakistan and India, among countless others that have made headlines in the last twelve months alone.

Sharon Kleyne urged more education and honest reportage. “Too many people are ignorant of the facts,” said Kleyne. “Then they get dismissive. They say ‘oh, it’s only water’. Well, you might just as well say, ‘it’s only life’. Believe me,” said Kleyne, “we have run out of wiggle room on this issue. Over-evaporation of earth’s water vapor will severely compromise the air we breathe.”

Dr. Pollack, Editor-in-Chief of WATER and the author of The Fourth Phase of Water, revealed how new water research came to a screeching halt in the 1950s. As a result of two scientific debacles, one in Russia and one in Australia, global scientists found themselves aggressively encouraged to redirect their energy and research, and no longer bank on water research for sustaining funding through grants. Funding for water research mostly evaporated. The money almost completely dried up. Dr. Pollack Also cited the rise of molecular biology as another factor keying a decline in water research. Researchers in molecular biology moved away from a more holistic practice and became fascinated with small, molecular parts. “The result?” asked Pollack rhetorically. “Water was forgotten, and that was another life-threatening, inflammatory mistake.”

Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, hopes everyone will be interested in experiencing a new, healthy Water Life Science® lifestyle and visit
http://www.biologicaqua.com for more information. “Everyone must understand that the water vapor keeps you alive,” Kleyne said. She added that people should do all they can to slow down their body’s water evaporation. That means drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water each day and learning to breathe properly. “Slow down the evaporation process,” Kleyne urged. “Live longer. Be healthier.” Dr. Pollack agreed, adding that “many people don’t understand this key point: water has energy, even the water in their bodies; and as one ages, one’s water vapor evaporates much more quickly.”

Both water researchers also stressed that new water research is imperative if we hope to find relief from the many diseases and illnesses that currently afflict people all over the planet.

Sharon Kleyne Says Global Water Crisis is Real

Dr. Gerald H. Pollack Joins Sharon Kleyne’s Call for Water Research. Earth’s Water Crisis Reaching Breaking Point, Sharon Kleyne Warns.

Water advocate Sharon Kleyne and host of The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health, recently met with Dr. Gerald H. Pollack, Ph.D., Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Washington to talk about the global water crisis and the importance of new water research.

“We are in the midst of a frightening global water crisis,” Kleyne warned, “and if we don’t turn it around soon, we will see our chances to do so evaporate like someone tied to a cactus in Death Valley.” Dr. Pollack urgently agreed, pointing to examples like the water disaster in Flint, Michigan and the dispute over river water and drinking water between Pakistan and India, among many others.

Dr. Pollack, Editor-in-Chief of WATER and the author of The Fourth Phase of Water, pointed out that water research came almost to a screeching halt in the 1950s. Because of two scientific debacles, one in Russia and one in Australia, scientists around the world were encouraged to redirect their energy and research, and no longer bank on water research. In fact, funding for water research mostly evaporated.  Dr. Pollack also referred to the rise of molecular biology as another factor keying a decline in water research. Researchers in molecular biology moved away from a more holistic practice and became fascinated with small, molecular parts. “The result?” asked Pollack rhetorically. “Water was forgotten. That was a life-threatening, inflammatory mistake.”

“People are not understanding this fast enough,” said Sharon Kleyne. “If the global water crisis continues to grow unchecked, we will soon be dealing with billions of people whose health has broken down because they’re dehydrated due to excessive evaporation of their water body vapor. At the same time,” Kleyne added, “over-evaporation of earth’s water vapor will further pollute the air we breathe and diminish our already dwindling water reserves.”

Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua– Research Water Life Science®, explained to listeners that every living being is made of water. Water creates a shield against inflammation and disease. “You’re like a walking sponge,” she said. “I’ve been like a rafter shooting the white water rapids with this information for decades. I hope everyone understands that the water vapor keeps you alive.” Sharon Kleyne said that people should \do all they can to slow down their body’s water evaporation, including the essential keys of drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water each day and learning to breathe properly. “Slow down the evaporation process,” she said. “Live longer. Be healthier.” Dr. Pollack agreed, adding that “many people don’t understand this key point: water has energy, even the water in their bodies; and as one ages, one’s water vapor evaporates much more quickly.”

These facts and the global increase in disease led Sharon Kleyne and Pollack to call for more water research and advanced technology. Dr. Pollack pointed out that water research came almost to a screeching halt in the 1950s. Because of two scientific debacles, one in Russia and one in Australia, scientists around the world were encouraged to shy away from and no longer bank on water research. Dr. Pollack also referred to the rise of molecular biology as another factor keying a decline in water research. Researchers in molecular biology moved away from a more holistic practice and became fascinated with small, molecular parts. “The result?” asked Pollack rhetorically. “Water was forgotten, and that was a life-threatening, inflammatory mistake.”

More water research would almost certainly key advanced breakthroughs such as Dr. Pollack’s discovery of a fourth phase of water. “We’ve known for a long time about the three phases of water—solid, liquid, vapor,” said Pollack. “The fourth phase is more like ice crystals, a kind of gel that doesn’t evaporate.” Kleyne explained that this fourth phase of water is nature’s way of making sure that all of our water vapor never evaporates completely. “Water is the key,” Sharon Kleyne said. “In all its phases, water is the best shield against the inception and spread of illness. Advanced water research will also be the key to finding cures for diseases that afflict humanity.”

Sharon Kleyne’s Evaporation Advice

We Are Evaporating Every Day

The charismatic advocate of Water Life Science®, Sharon Kleyne, wants everyone to know more than they do now about evaporation. Sharon Kleyne, host of The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water radio program, sees global education about evaporation as an important, yet often overlooked, key to better health.

“EVAPORATION. Remember the word,” says Sharon Kleyne. “From the moment we leave our mother’s watery womb-world, we begin a process of evaporation that ends only at death. We become a sieve, if you will, unto death. Hope doesn’t keep us alive; the atmospheric and body water vapor does that.” This is critical news when so many unnatural factors—pollution, global warming, artificial environments—combine to speed up the evaporation process. Kleyne pointed out that we become over-evaporated—dehydrated—and that diminishes our health and productivity.

Sharon Kleyne suggests that you take an inventory of how you’re feeling today. Are your eyes red and itchy? Do they throb and hurt? Is your skin dry and flakey? Do you feel run down? Do you lack the pep you have when you feel better? If you answer yes to any or all of these questions, you should be very interested to learn that the cause of all of these conditions is dehydration due to evaporation.

But just what is evaporation and how does it work? According to the USGS Water Science School, “Evaporation is the primary pathway that water moves from the liquid state back into the water cycle as atmospheric water vapor. Studies have shown that the oceans, seas, lakes and rivers provide nearly 90 percent of the moisture in the atmosphere via evaporation, with the remaining 10 percent being contributed by plant transpiration.” Since 70 percent of the earth is covered by oceans, that accounts for much of the water evaporation process. It’s also a miracle of nature that the amount of water evaporating from the ground to the atmosphere has traditionally equaled the amount of rainfall, which replenishes the surface water. Yet other factors—pollution, artificial environments using air conditioning, global warming—threaten to upset the delicate natural balance of the earth’s water cycle. “If we don’t improve our understanding of the process of evaporation,” Sharon Kleyne cautions, “we run the risk of doing more damage to our already threatened water supplies and resources. If that is allowed to happen, we could endanger all life on earth.”

Scientists and educators around the globe are slowly waking up to this evaporation crisis, but more research and education programs, especially for children, are desperately needed. As scientists and educators ramp up to provide this research and education, they would be wise to look to the work of Sharon Kleyne, herself a unique water and evaporation mentor. As Gerald H. Pollack, the discoverer of “fourth phase” water says, “When … cell water is even partially depleted, the cell becomes dehydrated. Dehydrated cells cannot function properly. Evidence suggests that this kind of dehydration may be a central factor in all kinds of diseases. Sharon Kleyne has a great capability to let the world understand this important concept and work toward amelioration.”

“We need more scientific programs and more education tracks to teach children and adults all about evaporation and the water vapor process,” says Sharon Kleyne. “The air we breathe will not keep us or anything else alive if we destroy the water vapor in that air. Remember that we are mostly water,” Kleyne adds. “The eye lens is 99 percent water; the brain is 80-85 percent water; the lungs and liver are 70-80 percent water; the blood is 50 percent water; even the bones are 20 percent water. We are fluid. Everything around us is made of water. The surface of the eye and the rest of the body must be supplemented every day—even several times a day—to counteract over-evaporation of our body’s water vapor, That’s why I supplement the water vapor of my eyes and skin with Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® and Nature’s Mist® Face of the Water®, the only Trade Secret tissue culture grade water products to treat over-evaporation and dry eye disease on the planet. But education is the key,” Kleyne concludes. “We will be in big trouble soon if we don’t do a much better job educating the general public about evaporation and the water mist cycle. We are playing a dangerous game if we go on allowing ourselves to be disabled by dehydration caused by excessive evaporation.”

Sharon Kleyne Hour Radio Show Description February 22, 2016

The Sharon Kleyne Hour radio show for February 22, 2016 was a replay from April 20, 2015.

Two noted scientists discuss climate change and water chemistry
L. DeWayne Cecil, PhD (Ashville, NC), Chief Climatologist Global Science & Technology, Inc and Gerald H. Pollack, PhD (Seattle, WA), Professor of Bioengineering, University of Washington.