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The Simpsons from Springfield have been romping on our screens for 25 years. The satirical animated series surprises again and again and even manages to predict technologies and tragic events of the future.

Whether Grexit, iPhone, 911 or Ebola - would you have thought that all these were already predicted by the Simpsons long before they happened in reality?

We've put together 25 astonishing examples of the Simpsons phenomenal ability to predict the future.

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Very cool!  :-)  Thanks for sharing.

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