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Sharon Kleyne Announces Investment into Fresh Water IP Technology
Date:3/22/2013

Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) March 22, 2013

Sharon Kleyne, Founder of Bio-Logic Aqua Research, announces her investment of millions of dollars into fresh water research. “Investing millions of dollars in intellectual property (IP) leads to stunning innovative technology discoveries,” claims fresh water entrepreneur Sharon Kleyne.

Sharon Kleyne is Founder and Research Director of Bio-Logic Aqua Research, a unique global company that specializes in the IP technology of fresh water. Her company’s products include personal hand-held fresh water application devices to supplement the air’s natural humidity, alleviate dehydration symptoms and provide a hydrating “breath of life” for eyes, skin and lungs.

Kleyne’s investments prove that: (1) fresh water can have value as intellectual property and (2) the long-term growth potential of fresh water technology is unequalled by any other commodity, including oil, as a global business.

“Fresh water is the investment for the 21st Century,” Kleyne asserts.

Interviewed in observance of World Water Day 2013 (March 22), Sharon Kleyne expressed concern that human life is at a crossroad and that further delay in beneficial fresh water research could trigger a global disaster with widespread mortality. For life to survive, people must understand that for every species and organism, including humans, life is a constant struggle to obtain fresh living water and death occurs when the body irrevocably loses water.

She claims that her research into fresh water as a living organism has barely scratched the surface. She is convinced that Earth’s living water also provides opportunities for business scientists to learn about the galaxy and universe. She cites the planet Mars, whose abundant water supply eventually dried up and vanished.

Kleyne also praises the United Nations for establishing World Water Day in 1993 as a vehicle for education about the importance of fresh, abundant and sanitary water, a substance that is not available to 1.6 billion of Earth’s human population.

Kleyne’s passion for investing in fresh water technology and IP originates from a Biblical passage that praises the necessity of “the spring of living water.”

She concurs with writings of more recent authors that life depends on specific environmental conditions, especially with regard to the prevalence and properties of water.

Kleyne’s research confirms that life on Earth began in the organism of water, and all life, even the tiniest virus, requires water to survive. “Infants develop in a sac of water. Our bodies consist primarily of water,” Kleyne explains. “Water regulates our temperature and humidifies the air we breathe, and yet our 50 trillion cells begin to dehydrate from the moment of birth.”

In the near future, Kleyne predicts, if we allow planet Earth to further dehydrate, the human population will experience disastrous global water wars and governments will rise or fall on their ability to supply adequate and safe fresh water.

Kleyne is committed to helping provide whatever is required to avert a global fresh water disaster. The solution, above all, is education, along with investment, research and the resolve among global businesses to work together.

For reasons both humanitarian and financially pragmatic, Sharon Kleyne’s company, Bio-Logic Aqua Research, is making a major investment in fresh water IP technology. This global leader in fresh water research challenges other companies to make a similar investment.

She attests, “When the global fresh water crisis finally becomes a priority, lives will be saved and businesses invested in fresh water technology and IP will prosper.”

© 2013 Bio-Logic Aqua Research. All Rights Reserved.

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