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A new research study by University of Cambridge expert has said that aliens might actually exist and may resemble human beings.
Biologist Simon Conway Morris said that the aliens might look like humans with limbs and a head. Morris, who works as an expert in evolution at the University of Cambridge, also believes that they could even have the capacity to think intelligently.
He said that the possibility of alien life evolving elsewhere in the universe is "pretty high". He discussed a theory called convergence in a new book called The Runes Of Evolution. He said that the evolution of life elsewhere might proceed along certain lines rather than being a chaotic process. He believes that if life does exist beyond our planet, it is likely that the aliens possess limbs and a head, and think intelligently like humans.
Morris said, "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. I would argue that in any habitable zone that doesn't boil or freeze, intelligent life is going to emerge."