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Hilarious 'Reconstructed 3D Model' Of 'Adam' Looks Just Like Vin Diesel–And The Jokes Came Fast And...
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Have you ever wondered what figures in the Bible looked like? Well, in the case of the Bible's "first man" Adam, we have an answer.

It's Fast & Furious star Vin Diesel.

At least that's what the internet is saying after Princeton University supposedly released a 3D model of the Biblical God's supposed first human creation and it came out looking exactly like Diesel.

It all began when the New York location of movie theater chain Alamo Drafthouse posted the supposed Princeton photo on Twitter, as seen below.

Along with the photo, the movie theater wrote:

"Scientists at Princeton University have reconstructed this 3D model of how Adam, the first human being created by God, might have looked"

They didn't even need to mention Vin Diesel at all for followers to immediately connect the dots as to why this photo and news would even be interesting to a movie theater in the first place.

Because, obviously, that is a photo of Vin Diesel. Like, probably literally, because it turns out there's no evidence of this research having been done at Princeton.

But what there is plenty of evidence of is a hilarious meme involving supposed 3D models of Biblical figures that are just pictures of celebrities that have been Photoshopped to look scientific.

It began with an image attributed to Stanford University showing what Mary, mother of Jesus Christ, may have looked like.

That is, of course, Lady Gaga, and the image itself was first used in 2018 when the joke was it showed a 3D reconstruction of Cleopatra.

From there, the meme moved onto an image of Joseph, husband of Mary and Earthly father of Jesus Christ, also attributed to Stanford.

That is the late wrestler and actor Andre the Giant.

But honestly, having Gaga and Andre as parents? A total serve, no wonder Jesus Christ is such an icon!

The meme being well known did not stop people from falling for Alama Drafthouse's Vin Diesel as Adam joke, however.

So much so, they had to issue a sly clarification in response to remind followers "we're a movie theater, not an academic journal."

And in the replies to Alamo Drafthouse's tweet, things got even more hilariously absurd.

Honestly, this is a pretty bangin' roster of Biblical figures, so perhaps the Church should just take this meme and run with it. What better recruiting tool could there be?!