Cambridge biologist says Aliens exist and they might resemble humans!
A researcher from the University of Cambridge claims Aliens exist and they might also be bearing limbs and a head that is capable of thinking intelligently just like humans.
As per Simon Conway Morris, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Cambridge, there are high chances that different species with features more or less similar to that of ours might have evolved independently on different planets.
In his new book called “The Runes of Evolution”, Professor Morris has discussed the “Theory of convergence”. This theory suggests that the process of evolution was not random and chaotic, instead it might have followed certain set of rigid laws; indirectly indicating that aliens might be existing on some other planet and might be even resembling humans.
“I would argue that in any habitable zone that doesn’t boil or freeze, intelligent life is going to emerge, because intelligence is convergent,” says Professor Morris.
A report from “mirror.co.uk” states: If this theory is true then definitely it would mean that extraterrestrials are “almost guaranteed” to possess limbs and a head, and think intelligently – just like us earthlings.
Professor Morris further added: “Evolution is far from a random process. If the outcomes of evolution are at least broadly predictable, then what applies on Earth will apply across the Milky Way, and beyond. One can say with reasonable confidence that the likelihood of something analogous to a human evolving is really pretty high.”
He added: “And given the number of potential planets that we now have good reason to think exist, even if the dice only come up the right way every one in 100 throws, that still leads to a very large number of intelligences scattered around, that are likely to be similar to us.”
This is a direct indication that any Earth-like planet might also have undergone evolution and hence it is very much likely that there could exist things which may resemble animals, humans, plants and much more elsewhere in the universe. Now, this is great provided these things are friendly and don’t actually plan to kill us!