Predictive Programming, or When Movies 'Predict' Real Events

Predictive Programming, or When Movies 'Predict' Real Events

The script was written before 9/11 and is frequently mentioned in the predictive programming theory. It's called predictive programming, and it encompasses not just terrorist attacks but new technologies and the existence of aliens. Stuff They Don't Want You To Know hosts Ben Bowlin and Matt Frederick take on all these questions and more in their episode \"What Is Predictive Programming?\" Coined by conspiracist Alan Watt, predictive programming is the theory that ideas, situations and new technologies are carefully written into movies, TV shows and books to groom the general population into accepting societal changes. Predictive programming, the thinking goes, also can be a way to disclose something scary to people like say, the existence of aliens, without panicking the population.

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