It is bizarre and a bit alarming! At the end of each year, the cover of The Economist magazine carries predictions in the form of pictures to illustrate possible New Year’s upcoming events. However, for the past few years, the magazine’s cover has accurately predicted major world events. The predictions include many events which had not yet happened at the time of publication of the magazine. How can a magazine that focuses on the world’s economy be so eerily on-target about events that haven’t happened yet?
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