Titanic submersible tragedy was ‘predicted’ by ‘The Simpsons’

Titanic submersible tragedy was predicted by The Simpsons

Considered one of “The Simpsons” episodes had an uncanny resemblance to what occurred to Titanic submersible that went lacking on Sunday.

Followers of the animated collection insist “The Simpsons” had truly predicted the lacking Titanic submersible in an episode in 2006.

In line with stories, the episode was produced by Mike Reiss, who himself launched into a visit aboard an analogous submarine referred to as Oceangate.

Within the episode, Homer Simpson’s long-lost father, Mason Fairbanks, who makes a speciality of salvaging misplaced treasures from the ocean, delivers a speech earlier than their expedition begins. As the daddy and son duo descend into the depths of the ocean, viewers are handled to an uncanny parallel to the real-life state of affairs.

Amidst the joy of discovering hidden treasures, the episode takes a darkish flip when Mason goes lacking. Homer, determined to seek out his father, turns into trapped and begins to panic as his oxygen provide dwindles. The haunting scene concludes with Homer on the verge of shedding consciousness, uttering a heartbreaking plea for his father.

In the meantime, multinational mission to discover a lacking submersible close to the Titanic wreck continues to be centered on rescuing the five-member crew alive, the US coast guard stated Thursday, regardless of fears that the vessel´s oxygen could have already got run out.

Two extra unmanned subs have been deployed Thursday as the large hunt for the Titan, misplaced someplace in an unlimited swathe of the North Atlantic between the ocean´s floor and greater than two miles (almost 4 kilometers) beneath, moved to the essential stage.

Based mostly on the sub´s capability to carry as much as 96 hours of emergency air, rescuers had estimated that the passengers may run out of oxygen within the early hours of Thursday.

However as that attainable deadline handed US Coast Guard Rear Admiral John Mauger stated rescuers have been “absolutely dedicated.”