Legendary cartoon The Simpson predicted the future for so many times so far.
For at least 18 times The Simpsons have predicted some events in the future.
Famous animated show has been running for nearly 30 years, so it’s very possible that some themes that crop up in the show might occur in real life.
But, it’s impossible to explain some of the plotlines, who came unbelievably close to events that have happened throughout the world.
Last one was when they predicted that Tom Hanks will get a virus.
But, what will happen next? What will The Simpsons predicted next?
Social media are full of the story from The Simpsons Movie, released in 2007., and this event, fans think, could be the next one cartoon has predicted.
The Dome was a gigantic glass dome placed over Springfield by the EPA in The Simpsons Movie. It is an almost impenetrable object that was put over Springfield due to it being the most polluted town in the World. It was a crisis so bad, it had its own name and theme music, Trappuccino.
This glass Dome could easily crush people when coming down, as one unfortunate person found out. It had to be transported by loads of helicopters with suction cups holding it up.
The Dome could only be damaged after numerous repeated attacks. There would have been a way to destroy a hole with Professor Frink’s Acid Shooting Ray. However, this was on the other side of the Dome. Repeated attacks, such as Stampy hitting it, could crack the Dome though. The Dome also had a massive television screen, invisible at first, that Russ Cargill, head of EPA, could communicate to Springfield on.
The Dome was finally destroyed by Homer and Bart on the day Springfield was to be blown to smithereens. Homer rode a motorcycle around the Dome with Bart throwing the bomb out of the hole on top (which was previously plugged up). The bomb destroyed the Dome, but not the town itself.
And it was happy end. If it occurs in the real world, would it be happy end there too?