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David Duffy

"if one could discover radio waves": Joseph Henry's experiments (1842) could possibly have done so pre-Maxwell.

In Always Coming Home, LeGuin has AIs with a technological civilization coexisting with humans who are happiest in a lifestyle close to that of pre-European Californians.

Eric Schliesser

Thank you for this very helpful comment! (And I look forward to reading more of LeGuin, including In Always Coming Home.)

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