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Sail the South Pacific, from the comforts of your easy chair, for as low as $5.00. Explore the sheer scale and majesty of the largest ocean on Earth, the isolation of its islands, the wildlife, and the essence of travel. The South Pacific islands are the most remote in the world. Their extraordinary isolation has created [ Read More … ]


Searching For Another Earth While Destroying This One

Thousands of years ago, humans began migrating across the planet, following mysterious roadways, traversing unfathomable distances. We followed all coastlines, and crossed dangerous seas. Humans managed to cross the ocean’s narrow passages depleted by the last ice age. Into every obscure part of Earth they went, looking for a land to put down our roots, [ Read More … ]


Armchair Travel to Enrich Your Life

Escape airport line-ups and lost luggage with virtual travel. Jump aboard Wyntersea Productions for armchair travel from your easy chair and the comforts of your home. The Earth is everchanging, offering humans an experience to remember. Begin your virtual exploration of the world for as low as $5.00 for a travel documentary. Take in the [ Read More … ]


How the Earth Tilted During the Flood

Paleomagnetic data, the remnant magnetic signal preserved in the rocks, tells scientists about the past magnetic field orientation of the Earth. And it turns out that the Earth has not always been upright. The planet’s crust tipped on its side and back again around 84 million years ago, in a phenomenon that researchers have dubbed [ Read More … ]


Travel Tuesday – take a virtual journey

Discover the world of travel, all from the comfort of your home. Take a virtual tour to far away destinations for as low as $5.00; all from the comforts of your home. Experience priceless interaction to the digital world with Virtual Travel. With digitalization there is no reason to miss seeing the places on your [ Read More … ]


Why Humans Are Less Inclined to be Nomadic

Humans have instinctively been on the search for more, whether it’s power, wealth, relationships, knowledge and happiness – to name a few. Humans have lived as nomads for 99% of world history. Until about 10,000 years ago most humans had no permanent home and simply moved from place to place. Early humans were nomadic, forever [ Read More … ]


Francis Mawson Rattenbury – the architect

Architect Francis Rattenbury did for Victoria, Canada. Rattenbury was among the most successful members of the first generation architects who worked in Canada. First he designed its signature buildings. 1898 was when the Klondike gold rush was at its peak. Opportunities were everywhere. Rattenbury left his wife, becoming entangled with a younger woman. This began a very passionate, [ Read More … ]


Fossils of Ancient Trees Bizarrely Ripped Themselves Apart

Fossils from a 374-million-year-old tree was found in north-west China. It revealed an interconnected web of woody strands much more intricate than that of the trees today. What made these first trees, ever grown on Earth, so complex? The narrow strands were interconnected to each other like a finely tuned network of water pipes. Rather [ Read More … ]


Merry Christmas to everyone

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and during this season our thoughts turn thankfully to the clients who have made our year memorable. It is in the spirit of Christmas that we say thank you and best wishes for the holidays.


Canada – one of many British Commonwealth countries

The British Commonwealth is made up of 53 countries, including Canada. The Commonwealth is an association of countries across the world. Although historically connected to the British Empire, any country can apply to be a member of the Commonwealth, regardless of its intersection with Britain’s colonial past The Commonwealth is home to 1/3 of the world’s [ Read More … ]


Earth’s Tectonic Activity – Crucial for Life – Rare in Galaxy

Our planet is in constant flux. Tectonic plates are large slabs of rock that divide Earth’s crust looks like a cracked eggshell. They jostle about in fits and starts that continuously reshape our planet—and possibly foster life. These plates build mountains, then slide apart, giving birth to oceanic craters. The plates skim past one another, [ Read More … ]


Supernova RCW 86: Oldest recorded star explosion

A supernova is the explosion of a star; the largest explosion that takes place in space. In 185 A.D., Chinese astronomers saw a strange ‘guest star’ that suddenly appeared in the night sky. It was visible for a staggering eight months. That was enough time for ancient sky-watchers to take notice and make the first-known [ Read More … ]


Ancient Trees Indicate The Earth’s Magnetic Field Flipped

An ancient, well-preserved, tree, was found, dating from when he last time the Earth’s magnetic poles flipped. It has helped scientists pin down more precise timing of that event – 42,000 years ago. The Earth is a giant magnet with a core of solid iron that is swirling around it is an ocean of molten [ Read More … ]


How to sail across the Pacific Ocean

The expanse of the Pacific is immense and diverse, offering some of the finest trade-wind cruising you’ll ever experience and a wealth of friendly cultures. It was the final days before we took off on the biggest sailing adventure of our lives.  We’re going to sail across the Pacific Ocean! Caffeine consumption was at an [ Read More … ]


Impacts of the Moon’s Wobble

Every moon gazer likely knows that the moon can work in mysterious ways, including its ‘wobble’ and play an enormous part in the way the Earth functions.. The Moon’s orbital tilt has an impact of its own – affecting tides. As we approach the most impactful time of the Moon’s Wobble’, scientists have paused with [ Read More … ]


Earth’s natural wonders – survival in the extremes

Across the world, there are several breathtaking sights — Mount Everest, the Grand Canyon, the Amazon Rainforest. Although these natural wonders are awe-inspiring, they do not stand in isolation. People and animals live in these places, and each wonder has shaped their existence in fundamental ways. Many of Earth’s natural wonders are among the world’s [ Read More … ]


Remarkable facts about our Earth – the 3rd planet from the sun

Our world is a beautiful place and it has sustained everything living on it for millions of years. The Earth is a world unlike any other and is the only place known to maintain life. Our planet is the third planet from the sun and the only world known to support an atmosphere with free [ Read More … ]


Why would Aliens bother visiting Earth?

Humans have long suspected that we are not alone in the universe. Now scientists have said there may be dozens of alien civilizations lurking not too far from Earth. On October 19, 2017, a Canadian astronomer, Robert Weryk, noticed something strange. He was looking through a telescope, situated atop Haleakalā, a ten-thousand-foot volcanic peak on the [ Read More … ]


2.8-pound meteorite crash – lands in woman’s house

October 3rd, 2021, at11:33pm, many in Canada were recently treated to a fireball lighting the night sky above a lake in Golden BC.. The sight turned spectacular against the backdrop of a soaring mountain. For a woman, however, it was nightmarish when a meteorite pierced through the roof and landed next to her. The sound [ Read More … ]


COVID – Will day-to-day life ever be the same?

It’s probably a safe bet that making the decision to head for the departure gate is going to be a fraught choice for some time to come. Quite apart from dealing with the bureaucracy and rules, It appears as though post-pandemic travel will be to a very different new world. Will we be welcomed? Will [ Read More … ]


Earth Day 2018

Mother Earth, is 4.5 billion years old and is home to an estimated 8.7 million species of life. This is a time to reflect on what we are doing to make our planet a more sustainable and livable place; to create a harmony with nature.  Take the time to celebrate the planet’s environment and raise public awareness about fighting against [ Read More … ]


Job-stealing robot apocalypse

From science fiction to business fact – automation is taking over manufacturing and cutting off the very hand that feeds us. We are working ourselves out of a job and we are not ready for it. Canada, alone, will likely face the loss of up to 7.5 million jobs to automation over the next 10 to 15 [ Read More … ]


Do aliens exist?

The truth is out there? Somewhere? Experts are often left scratching their heads, wondering if we really have been visited by creatures from another planet. In less than 100 years over 3,500 exoplanets, from thousands of star systems, have since been located. And, according to NASA scientists, alien life could be found within the next few [ Read More … ]


Few animals have grandmas

Animals have families just as complex and diverse as our own, however only a handful of animals — mostly humans and other primates, whales, and elephants — get to have grandmas. And don’t look for grandpa for they have long gone – left the herd, so to speak. Feral cat colonies are based around multigenerational [ Read More … ]