May 8th: Are We The First Advanced Civilization in The Solar System?

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Podcaster: Fraser Cain 

Title:  Guide to Space: Are We The First Advanced Civilization in The Solar System?

Organization: Universe Today

Link: www.universetoday.com

Description: Humans are believed to be the most technologically advanced civilization that’s ever set foot on Earth, or really anywhere in the Solar System. But are we the first? Could there have been an advanced civilization that walked the Earth millions or even billions of years ago, and then died out long ago, their technology and structures lost to the eons. And how could we know?

Bio: Fraser Cain is the publisher of Universe Today 

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