Nearly every drop of water that falls upon the Earth, according to Kleyne, is recycled through the hydrologic cycle, evaporation, runoff and storage in lakes, ground water, oceans and ice. Because water distribution is uneven, every species has some form of special adaptation to exploit the water in their environment. In contrast, the water reclamation efforts developed in
The human body's water utilization system, according to Kleyne, offers an important insight into the Earth Model. The body requires a minimum of eight glasses of fresh water each day – more when under stress – whether or not water is in short supply. Conserving water by drinking less constitutes a threat to health and should only be considered when all other methods, such as not washing the car, are exhausted.
When water is in short supply, Kleyne believes, the top priority should be to make sure everyone, no matter where they live or how severe the local shortage, receives their eight glasses. The goal, following the Earth Model and modeled by the water reclamation project in
Developing new water technology based on observation of the Earth Model is a key component of Kleyne's company,
Kleyne combined these discoveries about ocular water absorption with the lesson from the air plants about obtaining water by exploiting a very small niche. When eyes or skin become too dry because of low humidity in the surrounding atmosphere, Kleyne discovered, this can be alleviated simply by supplementing the humidity for a few inches in front of the eyes and face.
Kleyne, along with the Bio-Logic Aqua Research Medical Advisory Team, has invested several million dollars in developing a technology for humidity supplementation of the micro-environment. The result is Nature's Tear® EyeMist®," a personal hand-held device that emits a small quantity of ultra-fine mist resembling humid air. The minuscule quantity of fresh water required to create this tiny, supplemental humidity envelope, is measured in nano-liters. Kleyne's ongoing research has discovered that application of this minute quantity of supplemental moisture can significantly improve eye and skin comfort and that adding a larger amount of water to the eyes would be wasteful.
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