Did the Simpsons Predict Again Right? More Predictions Inside


Centuries ago, we had Nostradamus. And now we have The Simpsons.

But just because the show, which has been running for decades now, has managed to get a few things right over the years (like US President Donald Trump’s election. Or even the coronavirus pandemic), it does not mean that every incident that occurs can be traced back to The Simpsons.

For the past few days, photos that have flooded Twitter seem to suggest that The Simpsons had predicted the riots at the Capitol.

US Capitol Hill riots

‘The Simpsons’ predicted the seemingly inconceivable riot in the US Capitol. The Episode 4 of season 32 which aired on November 1, 2020 straight up predicted civil war, violent protests, and Trump supporters basically destroying the US.


Simpsons predict something similar to coronavirus

In the episode that was aired 27 years ago, The Simpsons predicted a virus outbreak similar to that of a coronavirus. Although they named it Osaka virus and claimed that the virus originated from Japan, the symptoms were pretty similar to that of coronavirus.

The series had a similar kind of prediction regarding the Ebola outbreak in Africa.

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Donald Trump as the President

In an episode aired in 2003, Donald Trump was seen as the President. In 2016, Donald Trump indeed became the President of the United States of America.

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Magicians Siegfried and Roy attacked by white tiger

In 1993, one of the Simpson’s episode featured a magician’s show which was similar to the Siegfried and Roy kind. That episode showed magicians being attacked by one of the white tigers. The predictions came true in 2003 where Siegfried and Roy were attacked by one of the white tigers, he came out alive.

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The smart watch concept

We all thought that Apple was the first company to come up with the concept of smartwatches, well, here’s where you are wrong! The Simpsons were using smartwatches way back in 1995.

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Higgs Boson equation

In a 1998 episode, “The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace,” Homer writes out an equation on a chalkboard which, if solved, “would get [one] the mass of a Higgs boson that’s only a bit larger than the nano-mass of a Higgs boson actually is,” says Simon Singh, science author.

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