"...a few centuries of coherent humanist thought, set against a million odd years of evolved killer ape tendency. No-one's going to give you very good odds on humanism, are they?"
"In their new-found happiness, Tallan and Glurya kept away from us. They spent their time in Glurya's laboratory where they invented a device for detecting and measuring cosmic rays reflected from various substances."
Compare to the Electro-Telescope from Blood of the Moon (1936) by Ray Cummings, Spectro-Flash Analysis from Salvage in Space (1933) by Jack Williamson and the Telespectroscope from Cosmic Quest (1936) by Edmond Hamilton.
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'the curious absent look of a robot talking on the TBR circuits...'
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