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Comment: Re:Insecure much? (Score 1) 824

by crerwin (#22099788) Attached to: Texas Creationist Museum Facing Extinction
I'm pretty sure SharpFang was originally talking about young-earth creationism when he said nobody in Europe of appreciable education or influence believes in it. When people mention 'creationism,' they're usually referring to the literal interpretation that everything was created in 6 days, 6000 years ago, not in the simple belief that there is a string-pulling diety more or less involved in the universe in some way. Unfortunately, in America, this young-earth creationistic belief is held by much more than a 'small minority.' It's good to hear that it's not so in Europe. I think you're arguing the wrong point here.

+ - Ubuntu 7.10 released

Submitted by tijsvd
tijsvd (548670) writes "The latest releases of Ubuntu for desktop and server are available today for download. This release brings together the best of free and open source software delivered on a stable, easy to use and learn platform. Read the press releases or download it now."

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