New Study Claims that Aliens Do Exists and Exactly Looks Like Human Beings
Over and over again, we have this undying interest in the extraterrestrial creatures we believe that could be living with us. There are t...
Over and over again, we have this undying interest in the extraterrestrial creatures we believe that could be living with us. There are totally theories that support the idea of having human beings and aliens co-existing with each other. Some were about aliens being friendly and helpful to our civilization while some portray them as ruthless entities. Even their appearances were also debated. A lot believe that they can totally look like us. What would you do if apparently they exist and they also look like us?
According to evolutionary biologist Simon Conway Morris, different species have a huge possibility of developing independenttly with similar features to ours on different planets. The said ‘convergence’ theory states that evolution is not always random. In fact, it actually follows a set of vigorous laws. This studies pertains that there was indeed intelligent life on other planets, and to your surprise, these creatures will look just exactly like us.
Simon Conway Morris FRS (born 6 November 1951; note that his surname is "Conway Morris") is an English palaeontologist who is best known for his detailed and careful study of the fossils of the Burgess Shale, and of the scientific concept of Cambrian explosion. The results of these discoveries were celebrated in Wonderful Life by Stephen Jay Gould. Conway Morris's own book on the subject, The Crucible of Creation, however, is critical of Gould's presentation and interpretation. - wikipedia
Simon Conway Morris also shared his thoughts about intelligent life and what are possibilities of having extraterrestrial creatures existing with us, 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, One can say with reasonable confidence that the likelihood of something analogous to a human evolving is really pretty high. 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." - Simon Conway MorrisAccording to Professor Morris' book - "The Runes of Evolution", all Earth-like planet must also evolve is animals and plants similar to our own. Meaning to say, there's a huge chance that these planets have also entities that exactly resembles what we have on Earth.