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What does Lewis Thomas believe we should send to communicate with other beings? A. U.N. and presidential speeches B. scientific knowledge C. photographs and videos D. music and
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Lewis Thomas believed we should send music and paintings to communicate with other beings.
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Lewis Thomas believed we should send music and paintings to communicate with other beings.
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