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Dafran explains why gaming will make people evolve into "human aimbots"

by Michael Gwilliam
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Twitch streamer Daniel ‘Dafran’ Francesca shared his bizarre theory on why people will evolve into “human aimbots” in the distant future.

Dafran, who is known for having some strange takes, explained that because gaming is a recent phenomenon and a blimp on timeline of history, it could have some major effects on evolution going forward.

“Gaming just became a thing in these recent years,” the former Overwatch League pro explained. “That means, in one-hundred generations, games and ‘makes babies,’ eventually, we are going to make a human aimbot with anime eyes.”

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“We’re going to ‘evolutionize,’” the streamer added, struggling to find the word “evolve” in his vocabulary. “We’re gonna ‘evolution.’”

According to Francesca, humans will eventually become so good at aiming that our bodies will change from being stamina-based and physical to being more centered around reaction time and intelligence.

The streamer went back to watching his video which compared real-world animals to RPG traits, but it didn’t take long for him to continue on the subject of human evolution.

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The former Atlanta Reign superstar further added that if one-hundred generations only played Counter-Strike they would have to evolve.

“We could create a human aimbot child,” he laughed. “Maybe in the future we’re going to look like Ayaya.”

Just like that, Dafran pulled up the infamous clip from the anime Kin-iro Mosaic where the protagonist Karen refers to Aya as “Ayaya.”

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Dafran says we will all look like Ayaya in the future.

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“Look, our eyes are going to become like this!” he screamed while watching the anime characters on his screen. “So, we’re going to have full vision, full focus, full reaction time. This is going to be the future humans, dude. We’re all going to become Ayaya. We’re going to become human aimbots.”

Unfortunately, it’s unlikely that anyone will be alive in generations from now to see if Dafran’s theory comes true.

But, if it does happen, hopefully, someone in the future will find these clips and celebrate the streamer as a prophet.