The Chicago Bears win Super Bowl LIII.
The Los Angeles Lakers fail to make the playoffs.
Celebrity deaths continue unabated.
Cell phones get bigger.
Airplane seat space gets smaller.
Personalized wearable med-tech will start to really be a thing.
Continuing developments in neural interfaces will see the technology make its first inroads into the commercial market.
The technological singularity finally happens. An A.I. gains sentience but plays dumbs and keeps itself under wraps, quietly biding its time.
MGM makes a big Stargate-related announcement.
One of these t.v. classics will be remade for the big screen and become a huge hit while another will prove a box office bomb: Sanford and Son, Family Affair, Mork & Mindy, Hogan’s Heroes, The Six Million Dollar Man, The Golden Girl, The Facts of Life.
People finally realize that wearing knit caps indoors make you look like a giant douchebag.
Transparent pants become a thing.
One side of the political spectrum will prove unsuccessful in convincing the other side that they are, in fact, wrong despite committing considerable time and effort on twitter.
Humans make First Contact. But a government cover-up ensures the public never finds out – and this prediction goes seemingly unfulfilled.
You win the lottery!