If you've seen The Simpsons for a long time, then you know that the authors who choose them for the series are basically clairvoyants.
Perhaps you can just predict it to humanity, which is predictably ridiculous, or the fact that the show existed forever, so the authors will cover everything that will happen in the past, present and future, but there is some really impressive social phenomena that the show has on its nose.
S10E2: "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace" came out in 1998 and shows Homer on a blackboard with an equation written on it. This equation predicted the mass of an undiscovered particle: the Higgs boson or "God Particle" that ended was a great scientific breakthrough . The unexplained theft of a lemon tree
S6E24: "The Lemon of Troy" was aired in 1995. In the episode, residents of the rival city of Shelbyville stole a springfield lemon tree. Life imitated art when a lemon tree was uprooted for no reason just like 2013 . The Nazi spy scandal
The 2007 Simpsons film presented the NSA as this huge organization that spied on all American citizens. Now it might have been an exaggeration at the time, but it turns out that they got along quite well .
Lisa's fiancee from the future talks in his watch.
S5E19: "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song", aired in 1994, with the midday spouse who places horse meat in children's menus. In 2013, a number of popular foods were found have horse meat in them .
S25E16: "You do not have to live like a referee" was aired in 2014 and shows a character that looked very similar to the same official arrested for corruption charges .
S3E24: "Brother, can you spare two groschen?" came out in 1992. The episode featured a baby translator that could let you know what your child is saying. Now there is an app that recognizes the type of cry your baby gives you .
Disney buys Fox
Disney announces that he has reached has signed a contract to acquire 21st Century Fox, as predicted by a Simpsons episode aired on November 8, 1998. pic.twitter.com/kzloJQHeM8
S10E5: "If you're on a star plate," nearly 20 years before Disney Fox bought, the animation studio giant prophesied its own 20th Century Fox in 1998. In 2017, Disney bought Fox for $ 66.1 billion.
Homer sells cooking fat for money.
S10E1: "Lard of Dance" came out in 1998, where Homer made a fast-paced Plan has to steal and sell fat. In 2013, thieves found smuggling fat for almost exactly the same reason .
I would like to know why the authors of The Simpsons do not use their future predictive powers forever. Or maybe there is a secret organization that forces them to convey their message in cartoon joke form so no one takes it seriously? Illuminati.