Denmark: Apple’s data center will soon heat homes nearby

Denmark: Apple's data center will soon heat homes nearby

Apple’s data center in Viborg, Denmark, is expected to soon heat nearby homes. Earlier this year, Cupertino announced its intention to build new infrastructure to capture the heat emitted from its Danish data center. Today, the company has trusted The Wall Street Journal that the infrastructure must be connected to the local heating network during … Read more

Physical condition, Mwanga in the middle and ambition David Guion reacts before Le Havre

Physical condition, Mwanga in the middle and ambition David Guion reacts before Le Havre

Girondins de Bordeaux coach David Guion was in front of the media this Friday morning. Here’s what you need to remember. © Iconsport The Girondins coach returned before the resumption of Ligue 2 on Monday against Le Havre on these three weeks of preparation and his tactical test. The management of the ceasefire David Guion: … Read more

10 good news for the planet

10 good news for the planet

Devastating fires, droughts and repeated heat waves for some. Deadly floods for others. At first glance, the results of this year 2022 seem pretty disastrous for our planet. That is without considering some good news that could start to put a smile on our face. Greenhouse gas emissions are falling Well, okay, the 27the The … Read more

Storm: see the next affected sectors

Storm: see the next affected sectors

The real snow and all that comes with it really got us in the winter mood for this last weekend before Christmas. During the day Sunday, a light but steady snow will fall, generating accumulations of less than a centimeter. Centre-du-Québec, for its part, will be entitled to larger accumulations. The Charlevoix region is on … Read more

A meteor crosses the sky in Ontario

A meteor crosses the sky in Ontario

Spectacular videos captured a meteor lighting up the sky over Niagara Falls and the CN Tower in Toronto. The “less than one meter” object, called #C8FF042, turned into a fireball, the European Space Agency confirmed. “A three-foot object hit the sky above Niagara Falls and turned into a harmless fireball,” the agency posted on social … Read more

A supercontinent could once again form on Earth

A supercontinent could once again form on Earth

About 250 million years ago, a single landmass emerged from the ocean: Pangea. Over time, pieces broke off and pursued their own destinies—eventually becoming the continents we know today. However, they are not static: the continents move under the influence of the plates, creating volcanism and earthquakes Pangea is not the only supercontinent that has … Read more