The metal structure recently discovered in the Utah desert in the United States has already aroused the imagination of millions of people, who immediately compared it to the mysterious monolith in the 1968 film. “Space Odyssey 2001”, Directed by Stanley Kubrick. How this object appeared in the isolated and desolate area remains an object open to speculation. Opinions are divided: some suggest very jokingly and seriously that we are talking about a foreign object, while others say that we are dealing with the creation of a strange minimalist artist. As shown in The Guardian.
The idea for the imposing, matte black single created by a mysterious alien creature appears in several key scenes from the movie “Space Odyssey 2001”, which was directed by Arthur C. Based on the novel of the same name by Clark.
The object was accidentally discovered in the desert by a team of helicopters last week during a routine mission by the Department of Public Safety in the U.S. state of Utah.
“One of the biologists on board saw him,” said pilot Brett Hutchings. “He said to me, ‘Come back, come back!’ I asked him what it was, and he replied that there was something on the ground, and we should go and see what it was. “
In the middle of the desert, among the red rocks, was a shiny metal monolith stuck to the ground. Hutchings estimated he was 3 to 4 meters tall. It did not look like it was left on the ground, but rather stabilized.
“I used to joke that if one of us suddenly disappears, the others will run away,” said Brett Hutchings, a big fan of Kubrick’s film who said this material could have been set mostly in the desert.
If the monopoly was still man-made, the work would have been compared to the minimalist sculptor John McCracken who died in 2011. An artist’s curator told The Guardian that the one-way street was not McGraw’s creation and that we were talking about “creation”. An artist who tried this way to pay homage to McCracken. “
However, the same curator told the New York Times that, in fact, this single track was created by McRae.
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The Utah Department of Public Safety has confirmed that it is illegal to erect structures in the public domain without permission to say “no matter what planet the culprit comes from”.
Utah Monolith does not appear in 2015 Google Earth images
The exact location of the single track has not been released.
This did not prevent the mystery enthusiasts from finding it within a day.
Because no matter how big this mystery is, there is no chance of it before Google Earth, We learn from an article on the edge.
Google Earth photos show no trace of the single track taken between 2013 and 2015, which claims to have been released for a relatively short time in the desert.
Some users of the Reddit platform have noticed some lines at the bottom of the single track, which suggest using a special clock to cut the stone, while the structure seems to be fixed on the bolts, which eliminates the principle we are talking about as a “single track”. Made of single metal.
Author: Mihnia Lazar