2020: Space Odyssey?
A mysterious monolith, believed to be some kind of metal, was found in remote parts Utah On Wednesday, reports sparked speculation about what the object was or how it got there.
A height of 10 feet and 12 feet has been estimated by the state wildlife personnel as the state wildlife personnel count the sheep from the helicopter.
Utah’s Highway Patrol shared a photo of the search on Instagram, with the caption: “This week the big horned sheep are counted with the DWR. ? “
According to KSL-TV in Salt Lake City, the helicopter pilot, Brett Hutchings, said: “It’s amazing to me that I’ve been there for so many years.
H safety Chings was flying for the Utah Department of Public Safety, which assisted wildlife resource officers in the count on the southeastern coast of the state.
“We were making this kind of joke that if one of us suddenly disappeared, then the rest of us would run for it.” Station.
The budget was compared to Stanley Kubrick’s famous 1968 film “2001: A Space Odyssey”, which showed a group of clowns facing a giant slab that looked similar.
“I’m guessing he’s a new wave artist or something or, you know, someone who was a big 2001: Space Odyssey fan,” Hutchings said.
Officials said the mysterious object was planted in the ground in a remote area of the red stone, with no clear indication of who placed it there, according to a press release. Utah Department of Public Safety.
The agency added that if people decide to venture into an unfamiliar and remote location, they may be “stuck and may need to be rescued.”
Users on social media were guessing what this substance is.
“It’s a no-button f-button for the planet,” one user wrote.
“I liked this. I imagine it’s an art piece, but if it’s not …” the other replied.
According to the publication, the Bureau of Land Management decides whether they need further investigation.
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