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Is anyone out there? Radio telescopes worldwide are trained on distant stars, but so far, not a peep. Kojo’s joined by a leading cosmologist who says we need to rethink our assumptions about where we look, and what we expect from alien intelligence.
- Paul Davies Physicist, cosmologist, and astro-biologist; author of "The Eerie Silence: Renewing our Search for Alien Intelligence"; also Chair of SETI Post-Detection Taskgroup; and Director, The Beyond Center
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