So I had to put Windows XP Service Pack 2 into my Dad’s machine today. I haven’t been back to Campbell River in quite a while and there’s only so much maintenance I can provide via Remote Assistance.
I started out by running a virus scan with Norton Anti-Virus. Then I downloaded Lavasoft’s Ad-Aware, updated its files and scanned the machine.
Next step was to download Spy-Bot Search and Destroy, updated its files, and scan the machine.
For some reason I couldn’t install SP2 through Microsoft’s Automatic Update – I did manage to find the whole SP2 file online (266mb) – so I downloaded it and installed it without any problems.
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CBS reports that the Vatican does not support Intelligent Design as a science, nor do they think ID should be taught alongside evolution in school science classes.
The Vatican newspaper has published an article saying “intelligent design” is not science and that teaching it alongside evolutionary theory in school classrooms only creates confusion.
The article in Tuesday’s editions of L’Osservatore Romano was the latest in a series of interventions by Vatican officials _ including the pope _ on the issue that has dominated headlines in the United States.
The author, Fiorenzo Facchini, a professor of evolutionary biology at the University of Bologna, laid out the scientific rationale for Darwin’s theory of evolution, saying that in the scientific world, biological evolution “represents the interpretative key of the history of life on Earth.”
Read the rest of the article here: Vatican Paper Hits ‘Intelligent Design’
I’ve just set up del.icio.us to automatically update my blog on a daily basis.
I’ll let you know how it went tomorrow morning.