2018 Predictions in the News

5 Major Archaeology Discoveries to Look for in 2018   Live Science - January 1, 2018

CNN Predictions for 2018   CNN - January 1, 2018

In NYC, frigid temp made it the second coldest New Year's Eve ball drop on record there   CNN - January 1, 2018

A science news preview of 2018   BBC - January 1, 2018

Here's what's in store for movies in 2018   CNN - January 1, 2018

2018: A year of 'extreme danger'   CNN - January 1, 2018

18 things to look forward to in 2018   CNN - December 31, 2017

Most anticipated movies and TV of 2018   CNN - December 30, 2017

Augmented Reality in 2017 - the Winners, the Losers, & the Best Bets on 2018   Next Reality - December 29, 2017

This is the best list of cybersecurity predictions for 2018   The Future - December 28, 2017

Predictions 2018: Internet of Things Will Expand as Threat Vector   eWeek - December 28, 2017

TV Shows Are Changing Your Political Opinions Without You Knowing It   Seeker - December 28, 2017

3 Brain Technologies to Watch in 2018: Neural dust/neurograins, Thought-Powered Typing, Mini-brains   Scientific American - December 28, 2017

Top 5 WordPress predictions for 2018   The Next Web - December 27, 2017

The Death of the ICO (And 4 Other 2018 Predictions)   Coin Desk - December 27, 2017

10 ways tech will shape your life in 2018, for better and worse   Washington Post - December 28, 2017

4 Technology Trends That Will Transform Our World in 2018   Fortune - December 27, 2017

A Bigger iPhone, a New iPad, and the Long-Awaited HomePod: What to Expect From Apple in 2018   Fortune - December 27, 2017

This is what's happening in 2018   CNN - December 26, 2017

Ten predictions for 2018   Aljazeera - December 26, 2017

Predictions for 2018   CNN - December 25, 2017

7 Big Amazon Predictions for 2018   The Street - December 25, 2017

5 Big Apple Predictions for 2018   The Street - December 25, 2017

Designboom's Tech predictions for 2018: artificial intelligence   Designboom - December 25, 2017

4 predictions for conversational AI in 2018   Venture Beat - December 25, 2017

These 3 Predictions Show How The Car Industry Is In For A Wild 2018   Car Buzz - December 25, 2017

The world’s largest-ever vessel is all set to go in 2018   CNBC - December 25, 2017

8 experts predict what the 2018 housing market has in store - What will happen to mortgages, inventory, affordability and more   Inman - December 25, 2017

The top 10 House races to watch in 2018   Politico - December 25, 2017

These are the six biggest fashion looks for 2018: 50 shades of lavender   BBC - December 25, 2017

Social Media Predictions For 2018: Shopping, AI, And Maybe Even A Soul   Fast Company - December 22, 2017

Laundromats, Dollar Stores And Digital Natives: 4 Predictions For Retail In 2018   Forbes - December 22, 2017

Mystic Baba Vanga

I don't agree with mystic Baba Vanga, mentioned in the articles below, that have drawn much attention now, but its fun to read what she predicted as generalizations. 9/11 was a new insert in the grids so it appears in many predictions based on interpretation. It brought us closer to the end which is what most psychics, seers, and humans look for. It's in our programming (DNA) to anticipate the end and what will happen ... from doomsday events, to the return of mythological gods, to ascension of the human soul, to Fade to Black, to whatever you are programmed to see at the End of Time.

Bulgaria's Baba Vanga's 2018 Predictions: Why we Love Prophecies and Doomsday Stories   Newsweek - December 25, 2017
Part of the interest may lie in how open to interpretation some predictions are. Tabloids are reporting, for example, that she predicted Brexit. What she said, apparently among many other things, is that Europe as we know it would cease to exist. That idea is generalizable enough and can be interpreted, in hindsight, to be correct. In 2012, some people believed that a Mayan prophecy predicted the end of the world would come about in December of that year. But as NASA writes, the idea that this prediction had any roots to the Mayan calendar is completely incorrect: Just as the calendar you have on your kitchen wall does not cease to exist after December 31, the Mayan calendar does not cease to exist on December 21, 2012. The same article also makes it very clear that when it comes to Nibiru, another favorite of conspiracy theorists and tabloids, there is no real danger of a wayward planet headed for Earth and bringing about the end of the world. Yet, stories of prediction, especially those that predict the world's end, seem to have a powerful attraction no matter their relationship to evidence or fact.

Baba Vanga Blind female mystic who predicted 9/11, Brexit and the rise of ISIS has two major predictions for 2018   News.au.com - December 25, 2017
For 2018, she foresaw two world-changing events - China will become the world's next super power taking over from the US and 'a new form of energy' will be discovered on Venus.

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