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    ‘Simpsons’ Did It Again: Fans Think Show Predicted Titanic Submersible Tragedy 17 Years Ago

    The implosion of the Titanic submersible and the death of five passengers is said to be one of the worst incidents so far in 2023. The incident has led to heavy criticism on social media platforms towards OceanGate, the company that built the submersible.

    While experts have speculated a lot of theories that might have led to the implosion, ‘The Simpsons’ is now also included in the list of experts as a viral clip revealed that the show predicted the tragedy a long time ago.

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    ‘The Simpsons’ Predicted The Titan Submersible Incident

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    A clip of The Simpsons has featured an event similar to the Titan submersible

    A clip from The Simpsons has gone viral online where the dialogues hint that the OceanGate submersible tragedy was predicted a long time ago. However, it must be noted that this is entirely fictional.

    The clip features Homer Simpson taking a submarine to find the Emeralds of Piso Mojado. He gets stuck below the water and after running out of oxygen, he wakes up in a hospital where he gets to know that he was in a coma for three days. But this cannot be called a perfect prediction of the disaster.

    According to reports, the vessel’s passengers were stuck and did not have enough oxygen. Meanwhile, ‘The Simpsons’ has aired more than 700 episodes and there are a lot of events that can be easily linked to the Titan submersible incident.

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    What Happened To The Titan Submersible?

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    The submersible went missing on June 18, 2023

    Titan Submersible went below the water on June 18, 2023, to explore the Titanic wreckage. However, contact with the vessel was lost in 1 hour 45 minutes and when the vessel did not appear by evening, the Coast Guard immediately received a missing report.

    Rescue operations were conducted by the authorities of different countries and a French robot alongside other equipment was also deployed to find the vessel as soon as possible. Debris of Titan was found after 80 hours suggesting that it had imploded.

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    Sumi Deka
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