Is 'first man' Adam actually Vin Diesel? Internet trolled after 3D image bears shocking resemblance to actor

Is 'first man' Adam actually Vin Diesel? Internet trolled after 3D image bears shocking resemblance to actor
The 3D model created by Princeton University scientist (R) is compared to Vin Diesel (L) (Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images and Alamo Drafthouse/ Twitter)

MANHATTAN, NEW YORK CITY: Twitter is going wild over an image of the first God-made human being, Adam, with many claiming that it looks like Vin Diesel. Alamo Drafthouse shared a 3D model of Adam on Thursday, October 27 and it drew a lot of similarities with the β€˜I am Groot' actor. The model was reconstructed by scientists at Princeton University to understand how the first man created by God might have looked.

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The post read, "Scientists at Princeton University have reconstructed this 3D model of how Adam, the first human being created by God, might have looked." The tweet, which has gone viral, has been retweeted more than 14k times and garnered over 69k likes at the time of writing.

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A similar incident occurred recently over an image that claimed to be a 3D model of Mary Magdalene by Stanford University scientists. Many users, however, said that the figure looked similar to Lady Gaga, reported, Paper.com. The post has been retweeted over 12.5k times and received more than 150k likes ever since it was published on October 25, 2022. The tweet carried a collage of three images and one cannot help but notice the facial similarities between the Virgin Mary and Lady Gaga. In reality, there should be no reason why the two would resemble one another. While the former was a Jewish woman from Nazareth, the latter is an American artist of mixed descent, including Italian, French, English, German, and Scottish ancestry.

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Another instance was when a Twitter user said, "Scientists at Stanford University have reconstructed this 3D model of how Joseph, the husband of Mary the Mother of Jesus Christ might have looked." However, Internet quickly claimed the model looked like Andre the Giant, one of the most famous legends in WWE history who died in 1993, reported Fox 5 Ny. This trending tweet however gained over 9.6k retweets and received 90k likes. 

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'Vin Diesel Confirmed as first human being'

Meanwhile, the internet has some hilarious reactions to the post shared by Alamo Drafthouse NYC. A user said, "Because God was fast and furious?." Another said, "Vin diesel? Vin diesel was our first human?." A user claimed, "That’s very clearly vin diesel. I mean not even a question." A user wondered,  "So all humans come from Vin Diesel?." A tweet read, "artist-rendered reconstruction of the first human being." Another said, "Vin Diesel Confirmed as first human being." Another user added, "So... basically the guy from the Fast & Furious movies is proto-man?." 

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