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    The Simpsons Predict The Future Once Again

    Mac Slavo
    December 14th, 2017
    SHTFplan.com
    Comments (25)
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    The TV show, The Simpsons  has allegedly predicted the future several times. Nearly 17 years ago, an episode of the popular show predicted that Donald Trump would one day become US president and their streak continues.

    The show has once again, predicted the future. The Simpsons has been running for over 27 years, so it’s inevitable that some themes that crop up in the show might occur in real life. And yet still, some of the plotlines are just too eerily similar to events that have happened throughout the world.

    This time, however, the show has beaten reality to the punch by nearly 20 years and predicted one of the biggest takeover deals in recent history. Earlier today Walt Disney agreed to take control of 20th Century Fox Inc. in a deal worth $52.4 billion (£39 billion). But on November 8, 1998, The Simpson’s first aired the episode below:

    It is safe to say that when a show has been running for as long as The Simpsons there are bound to be coincidences in future events.

    According to the LAD Bible, the deal sees Disney take control of Fox’s film studios, TV channels, and gives them the rights to many of Fox’s films and television series, including, of course, The Simpsons. The show has already been granted at least a 29th and 30th series.

    It’s a pretty long stretch to assume that the show’s creators knew all about this for 19 years and tried to alert the world to the deal well in advance, but it does mean that the show’s creators were right all along.

    One other alarming and slightly unsettling prediction was also in a 1998 episode.  In the episode, called “The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace,” Homer Simpson becomes an inventor and is shown in front of a complicated equation on a blackboard.

    According to Simon Singh, the author of “The Simpsons and their Mathematical Secrets,” the equation predicts the mass of the Higgs boson particle. It was first predicted in 1964 by Professor Peter Higgs and five other physicists, but it wasn’t until 2013 that scientists discovered proof of the Higgs boson in a £10.4 billion ($13 billion) experiment.

    Click here to see more uncanny and unusual predictions that The Simpsons have predicted. 

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    1. gandhi says:

      they will say anything to get you to watch the Simpsons or NFL.

    2. Mountain Trekker says:

      HEADS UP. If you live in the Communist State of California and your a Patriot, you just have a little over a week to purchase ammo-on-line. New California law goes into effect on Jan.1st. Trekker Out

    3. Press 9 for English says:

      Umm..more donuts

    4. John Stiner says:

      Oh my God….. Who the hell cares!!!!!!

    5. Braveheart1776 says:

      I thought Gandhi was related to the simpsons, LOL.

    6. Herr Oberst says:

      Ammo can still be purchased online after the first of the year, just has to be shipped to your local FFL. Ende.

    7. Anonymous says:

      Any old shows on household name sex pests?

    8. citizen says:

      Dear Cali: AZ will sell you ammo, no id required

    9. southside says:

      Dear Cali, don’t forget to go back home

    10. Braveheart1776 says:

      What’s the stupid new gun law in Cali? I missed it.

    11. Herr Oberst says:

      No direct online ammo purchases, has to be shipped to an FFL for pickup…and a nice processing fee for sure.

    12. Dick says:

      That was proven to be a hoax. This site is a joke.

    13. Beaumont says:

      abstract thinking —
      “the final, most complex stage in the development of cognitive thinking, in which thought is characterized by adaptability, flexibility, and the use of concepts and generalizations. Problem solving is accomplished by drawing logical conclusions from a set of observations, for example, making hypotheses and testing them. This type of thinking is developed by 12 to 15 years of age, usually after some degree of education. In psychiatry, many disorders are characterized by the inability to think abstractly.”

      That’s called stereotyping. Sometimes, reducing the situation to logical extremes can be predictive, as a matter of Muprhy’s Law.

      Repeated for emphasis —
      “…usually after some degree of education. In psychiatry, many disorders are characterized by the inability to think abstractly.”

      • Stuart says:

        “…usually after some degree of education. In psychiatry, many disorders are characterized by the inability to think abstractly.”

        For those of us who are not Psychiatrists: it’s popularly known as “Stupidity”.

        • Beaumont says:

          I have intended this part about education to mean life experience.

          We would ideally be able to use short (insensitive) words, after seeing the same routine happen, again and again.

     

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