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Please enter a valid email address. Perhaps the baton of intelligence will be passed to these contraptions, in which case, those looking for extraterrestrial life should be seeking not little green men but little green machines. Should mankind finally receive a message from the skies, Mr Davies considers the impact it might have, who should have the right to reply and what should be said.
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