Swedish Physicist Nilsson Meets Kleyne To Discuss Water Research

Stanford & Stockholm University Professor Nilsson Shares Two Decades of Water Research. Nilsson & Kleyne: Scientific & Holistic Approaches To Water.

Guest: Anders Nilsson. Ph.D., Department of Physics, Stockholm University & Stanford University, http:www.su.se/English/profiles/andersn-1.186733

Professor Anders Nilsson, Ph.D., department of Physics, is a true research citizen of the world. For more than two decades now, Professor Nilsson has divided his time between labs and classrooms at Stanford University and Stockholm University. A physicist, Nilsson serves as Professor of Chemical Physics at Stockholm University; In California, he is Professor of Photon Science at Stanford University.

For twenty years, Nilsson has studied the fundamental properties and structure of liquid water and chemical energy transformations on surfaces that are, for instance, related to artificial photosynthesis. The author and co-author of more than 300 scientific papers published in journals such as Science, Nature and others, Nilsson is one of the scientists featured in the 2014 television production about the oceans, Through the Wormhole by Morgan Freeman. Professor Nilsson is also a celebrated author. In 2014 Nilsson published his first spiritual book, The Gentle Way of the Heart, which received a silver medal from the 2015 Benjamin Franklin Awards.

Water educator Sharon Kleyne has also spent more than twenty years teaching the mysteries and subtleties of water to people around the world. Kleyne’s work and that of her water research peers is of special importance in this age of global water crisis and so she was thrilled to discuss water with Professor Nilsson on her nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®.

Referring to the molecular structure of water, Nilsson lamented the fact that “we have limited technology now to study the unusual properties of water. Water is the most unique liquid on the planet. For instance, the more you cool water down, the stranger it becomes. Water is the basis of life.” Kleyne agreed, pointing out that the body is mostly water and we need to breathe the water in the air (or atmosphere) in order to live.

“That’s why it’s so important that we make water our number one infrastructure priority,” said Kleyne. “Water should also be our number one research priority,” Kleyne added. Nilsson agreed but with this cautionary note: “water is a very controversial subject,” Nilsson said. Both agreed that water is not grant-money-friendly, especially in the U.S., a fact that led Nilsson to return to Sweden part of the year to be able to continue his water research.

Nilsson also offered a scary illustration of the water crisis facing planet earth. “If you could gather up into a ball all of the water, fresh and not fresh on the earth, it would take up no more than 50 square miles. That’s not a lot of space or water,” Nilsson concluded, “and if and when it goes, that will signal the end of life here.”

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Water Researcher Sharon Kleyne Salutes Birthday Of Theobald Smith

Sharon Kleyne Celebrates Clean Water Pioneer Theobald Smith. Sharon Kleyne Acknowledges America’s First Internationally Recognized Medical Research Scientist.

Water educator Sharon Kleyne’s work as a researcher has earned accolades from scientists, researchers and medical personnel around the world, so it seemed fitting that she paused on July 31st in her busy schedule to acknowledge the birth of the man who is widely considered to be America’s first internationally important medical research scientist.

Theobald Smith, born July 31st, 1859 (and died on Emily Dickinson’s birthday, December 10th, 1934), became a pioneer in pathology and epidemiology. Keenly grasping the subtleties of microbiology, Smith was fascinated by this new science’s application to public health, sanitation and preventative medicine. From 1886 to 1895, Smith taught a memorable course in Bacteriology at the National Medical College.

In 1887, Smith began his serious research into water sanitation. Smith invented the fermentation tube that is called the Smith Tube to this day. In time, he became known worldwide as the “Father of the total coliform test”, which led to safer drinking water for untold billions.

Kleyne herself has spent more than twenty years teaching the mysteries and subtleties of water and atmospheric and body water evaporation to people around the world. Host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®. Kleyne would like to see new water research regain the prestige and priority it had during the life of Theobald Smith. “Researchers and scientists like Smith were visionaries,” Kleyne says, “who inspired us to push the envelope leading to new discoveries and technologies that have benefited billions of people. We need more of that and we need it now.”

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Were you aware of the life of Theobald Smith? Isn’t it interesting how lives that can so deeply touch our lives on many levels can be so invisible to us? Would you like to share your thoughts about Theobald Smith? About other water pioneers? How about If you do, we’d like very much to hear from you! Sharon@biologicaquaresearch.com 800-367-6478 ~ Fax 541-474-2123 http://www.naturestears.com or on Twitter at @sharonkleynehr.

Sharon Kleyne Urges Yemenites To Supplement Body Water Vapors

Cholera in Yemen Makes War Even Worse Says Sharon Kleyne. Water Educator Sharon Kleyne Shares Advice with Yemen.

A cholera epidemic is sweeping Yemen, a war-ravaged country that is barely holding its own in the face of so many life-threatening onslaughts. Sharon Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® wants Yemenites to know a few facts that might help them fight off the cholera threat.

Kleyne would like them to know that they are only alive because they are able to breathe the living water vapor in the atmosphere. That’s right. The water vapor in the atmosphere is alive just like we are. We cannot live unless we breathe that living water vapor. “We are living, walking sponges,” says Kleyne, “and we need to stay hydrated or we will evaporate unto death. The organs of the body, every single one, are mostly water. The moment we leave the mother’s watery womb and are born,” Kleyne continues, “we begin a process of evaporation that continues until the day we die. If we want to live a healthy life, we need to supplement our body water vapor several times a day.” This is why Kleyne encourages the citizens of Yemen to drink 8 to 10 glasses of water a day, as long as it is clean water. Polluted water carries the threat of cholera. “Get hydrated,” says Kleyne. “Don’t get cholera.”

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People Of Yemen Are Walking Living Batteries Says Sharon Kleyne

Yemen Needs Fresh Water Says Sharon Kleyne. Sharon Kleyne Says Yemen under Siege from Cholera.

Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, says that the cholera epidemic sweeping war-torn Yemen must stop. Political leaders in Yemen and around the world must be held accountable, Kleyne believes, but she also insists that the people themselves must become better educated about their plight and evolve as more proactive caretakers of their own health.

“For instance,” Kleyne asks, “how many Yemenites know that they are in fact living, walking batteries? Their bodies, like all human bodies, are electrolytically charged by the water vapor in earth’s living atmosphere. That atmosphere is a living entity, just like people, and without the water in that atmosphere we could not go on living. When the atmosphere’s electrolytic charge weakens due to excess evaporation, the body runs down, becomes sluggish and much more susceptible to diseases like cholera.”

Kleyne teaches that the human ‘battery’ must be supplemented several times a day with pure water to maintain a balanced healthy ‘charge’. That’s why Yemenites and all people should drink 8 to 10 glasses of water each and every day. The people of Yemen must also rise up, insisting that their leaders provide them with supplies of clean, non-polluted fresh water. They must do this, especially for the sake of their children.

Yemenites who follow this advice will be much less likely to contract cholera. Really, it’s good advice to follow for people around the world.

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Sharon Kleyne Calls Attention To Yemen Cholera Outbreak

Cholera in Yemen Is Out of Control Says Sharon Kleyne. Water Researcher Sharon Kleyne Says Cholera in Yemen Must Be Stopped.

Sharon Kleyne has earned international respect over the last two-plus decades as a researcher and educator specializing in water, new water technology and the process of evaporation. Scientists, researchers and educators all over the world look to Kleyne for insights regarding the evaporation of the body’s water vapor, evaporation of the atmosphere’s water vapor and efforts to curtail the spread of dry eye disease and blindness. Kleyne is also always on top of world water crises when they materialize and so she is keenly interested in the latest crisis in Yemen, a war-ravaged country in which the ongoing conflict has touched off a cholera epidemic of frightening proportions.

Sharing information from WebMD, Kleyne would like everyone to be aware of the fact that cholera is an infectious disease that causes severe diarrhea. This condition can swiftly lead to dehydration and death if not promptly treated. Cholera is caused by drinking water or eating food that is contaminated with a bacterium called Vibrio cholera. Common contaminated sources include municipal water supplies, raw and undercooked fish and seafood caught in waters tainted by sewage, veggies grown with water containing human waste, foods and drinks served by street vendors and ice made from public waters.

Host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, Kleyne talks about the need to supplement the body’s evaporating water vapor with fresh water. According to Kleyne, It’s a matter of life and death to supplement the skin and the internal organs with water.

Cholera symptoms, Kleyne knows, can come on fast, or they may appear as many as five days after exposure. Even if infected people have minimal symptoms, they can still spread the disease to others. Signs of dehydration due to excessive evaporation include loss of skin elasticity, rapid heart rate, low blood pressure, dry mucous membranes, thirst and muscle cramps. Kleyne points out that there is a vaccine for cholera, but it is not recommended by the CDC and World Health Organization. It is not recommended because it may not protect up to half of the people who use it. Also, the vaccine remains useful for only a couple of months. Your safest path, Kleyne believes, is to drink bottled water, water that is chemically disinfected or boiled for three minutes.

In Yemen, the United Nations has declared that people face the ‘world’s worst cholera outbreak’. Up to date estimates suggest that more than 1,700 people have died since late April from the contagious bacterial infection, which can kill within a few hours. In Yemen, there are 320,000 suspected cases of cholera; on average, according to the news agency, Al Jazeera, 5,000 new cases of cholera come up each day. The UN blames the outbreak on the ongoing hostilities that have, in two years, killed more than 10,000 people, wounded thousands and displaced millions. “Something must be done to help the people of Yemen,” says Kleyne, “and it must be done soon.”

If you contract a severe case of cholera, Kleyne recommends seeing a doctor and starting a regimen of intravenous fluids and antibiotics. The antibiotics are additionally useful in restricting the spread of the disease; the intravenous fluids and water will replenish the fluids you’ve lost.

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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 Seeks Commitment To New Water Infrastructure

Sharon Kleyne Says New Water Infrastructure Should Be Our #1 Priority. Sharon Kleyne Calls on Officials To Prioritize Water Infrastructure.

Sharon Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, has insisted for more than two decades that new water infrastructure should be the nation’s (and the world’s) top priority. Because it is not the top priority, aquifers are not adequately replenished and too much fresh rain water runs off to the oceans where it is unusable by humans. The result is the worldwide water crisis that we’re doing our best, it seems, to ignore.

A few months ago, a report from the Natural Resources Defense Council revealed that water systems serving almost a quarter of Americans have reported violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which is the main federal law that regulates contaminants in drinking water. The violations included arsenic and nitrates contamination as well as failures in testing and reporting contamination levels. Not surprisingly, systems in rural areas account for more than 70 percent of all violations. The problem is so widespread that drinking water violations were found in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as territories of the U.S. The five worst states for Safe Drinking Water Act violations are Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Georgia.

President Trump released his infrastructure plan in June. The plan proposes no solutions for rural America’s water problems and stresses the need to privatize the nation’s water systems. If implemented, this is likely to drive up water prices. Combine this likelihood with the challenges associated with financing the replacement and upgrading of aged pipes and plants and we discover a plan that will cost billions of dollars over several decades and be unattractive to private investors who are not convinced that individual projects will ever become profitable.

Water research experts like Kleyne are also quick to point out that we don’t have decades to make the fixes that are required. An unimaginable drinking water crisis is just around the corner and humanity has no time left to procrastinate. Kleyne teaches that the human body begins a lifelong, natural process of evaporation the moment it exits the mother’s watery womb. “This process continues until death,” said Kleyne. However, Kleyne added, if humans don’t supplement their evaporated body-and-eye water vapor, they will suffer illness and early death. Kleyne believes that understanding the process of evaporation is essential to becoming more successfully proactive about one’s health and the health of the planet. “We have one precious planet,” Kleyne said, “and education can show us the way to a water infrastructure plan that will work for everyone.”

Kleyne embraces her role, as researcher and scientist, of spreading the word about water, new water research, new water technology and new water lifestyles. She also vows to be a relentless voice calling for water infrastructure as the number one priority here and abroad.

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