I can't count the number of times I have seen someone that I mistook for someone else over the years. Mostly it's just the same general feature or two, but sometimes I would swear that person had a doppelganger.
How does this happen, you ask? (Go ahead ....., ask!)
Does everyone have a doppelganger? There's a fairly decent chance of it, actually, thanks to the limited number of genes that influence facial features.
"There is only so much genetic diversity to go around," said Michael Sheehan, an assistant professor of neurobiology and behavior at Cornell University, who routinely studies variations. "If you shuffle that deck of cards so many times, at some point, you get the same hand dealt to you twice."
SO REMEMBER KIDS, THE NEXT TIME YOU'RE CAUGHT DOING A NO, NO, JUST BLAME IT ON YOUR DOUBLE AND SMILE!
Here's another headline I just don't understand!