I am looking to speak to a genetics expert or any other doctor/expert with the appropriate experience, expertise and enthusiasm when it comes to doppelgängers and the science behind them – even better if this person has been involved in research on the subject. I am looking for the sort of person who can answer questions like: Why does it happen? How does it happen? And how often does it happen?
I have a few ideas of experts I could speak to but was wondering if any of my blog readers were qualified and wanted to get involved in the project, know someone who would be excellent and would be interested in talking to me about this or could recommend someone who knows their stuff either in the UK or abroad. I would really appreciate it if you could please get in touch with any suggestions you have – either comment below or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
If I could, I would spend my days walking every corner of London before covering the width and breadth of the UK – from Land’s End to John o’Groats – and embarking on a trip around the world to find my doppelgänger.
Maybe one day I will. But for now I have to make the most of what I can do alongside other work commitments and keep an eye out in as many areas of the capital and the rest of the UK as I can before I next travel abroad. And in order to consistently conduct my search on an international scale? I have the internet.
Today I spent a lot of time emailing individuals who I think might be able to help me spread the #doyoulooklikeme word. I sent a lot of emails to a lot of people across the UK and in Ireland too and I hope something will come of it. At least if I don’t get anywhere with this lot, I’ve got the rest of the world to contact…