World War III Could Be a Water War Reports Water and Health Researcher Sharon Kleyne
Sharon Kleyne’s Mission Would Make Fresh Water Access and Quality World’s Top Priority
Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) August 07, 2013
Between 1950 and 2000, there were 1,850 conflicts in the world involving disputes over access to the water in lakes and rivers that cross international boundaries. According to Water and Health Researcher Sharon Kleyne, the number of water disputes becomes much higher when water conflicts within countries are included. With safe fresh water becoming increasingly scarce and number of water conflicts increasing worldwide, Kleyne believes that unless something is done quickly, the next great Water War will be World War III.
Sharon Kleyne is Founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research, a water and health research and product development center that develops and markets the all-water personal humidifying product Natures Tears® EyeMist®. As part of her commitment to water education, Kleyne hosts the globally syndicated Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water® radio show on VoiceAmerica and Apple iTunes.
Sharon Kleyne believes that fresh water access and quality are so fundamentally important to every government on Earth – and indeed to the survival of the human species and all other life – that she cannot understand why water is not their number one priority.
Kleyne has dedicated the last 30 years of her life to educating the people of the world, including governments, about the power and importance of fresh water. Guests on her show have included dozens of physicians and practitioners discussing water and nutrition, diet, dehydration and disease; representatives of the United Nations World Water Day and Earth Day, and the Stockholm World Water Week; an interview in Amsterdam regarding the citizen water boards in the 1500’s that led directly to the Netherlands democracy; numerous authors on water related topics; dry land farming and gardening experts; water resource representatives from Colorado, California and elsewhere; climatologists and global climate change researchers, an authority on the “Singapore Model” for water independence, and organizations dedicated to providing water wells in developing countries.
One guest, DeWayne Cecil, a Climatologist formerly with NASA and NOAA, talked about water on Mars. He explained that Mars contains water bearing rocks similar to Earth. Because of a thinner atmosphere and lower gravitational pull, water that precipitates out of the Mars rocks simply drifts off into space. On Earth, the water vapor infuses the air, accumulates into clouds, and falls back to Earth to feed the oceans, lakes and rivers.
To Kleyne, the “Power of Water” goes beyond the 5,000 children who die each day from causes related to lack of water or sanitation. It goes beyond the 1.8 billion humans who lack access to abundant and safe water. It goes beyond the fact that water is the basis of all economic development. in every country. It even goes beyond the fact that every cell in every living organism requires water to exist.
According to Kleyne, air pollution and climate change are altering the life-giving water vapor in the air; the unseen natural humidity that provides much of our body’s water intake. This alteration of the unseen vapor is already affecting the climate and hydrological cycle. Although nobody can predict the ultimate outcome, Kleyne believes that there is still time and that, together, we have the power to change that outcome.
Kleyne notes that Astronaut Gene Cernan, the last person to walk on the moon, was deeply moved by the blueness of the Earth contrasted with other planets and celestial bodies. According to Kleyne, the rare water on our tiny blue marble is our treasure, our legacy and our responsibility. Water must become our top priority and the time to act is now.
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