“Irritated locals?” I thought the Utah monolith was in the middle of nowhere?
Calling Utah, the middle of nowhere seems a bit harsh!
This is why we can’t have nice things.
*not a monolith
“The object was found in a remote area that Aaron Bott, a spokesman for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, described as rugged and very rocky, with many canyons and potential hazards. “It’s a tough place to get to on vehicle and on foot,” he said.”
I don’t think I’d want to live around there.
I’m telling you, it’s on vacation. Can’t expect it to stick around any one location for any length of time.
Has its magnetic field gone too?
I was thinking that maybe, “stele” might cover it; but it isn’t that either; “triangular metal prism”?
Clearly it’s connected to the other one so they were both destroyed at the same time when one was destroyed
It’s going to turn out to be some kind of cockamamie promotional stunt.
…or Kornbluth’s “The Silly Season”
There is no monolith. It’s all photoshop, premiere, final cut and PR hype.
Reminds me of the monolith that appeared in Seattle in 2001.
It’s an alien game of whack-a-monolith.
I think it would be super hilarious if it really IS aliens putting these monoliths around the world, and they are deliberately constructing them out of flimsy riveted aluminum, plywood and duct tape just to throw us off.
Aliens weren’t involved? I haven’t been this disappointed since I fell for the Balloon Boy Hoax of 2009.
While the real alien devices, purpose unknown, are buried deep under the obviously fake “monoliths”. Occam’s Razor says this is the most likely explanation.
Aliens left their litter after picnics. Finally left guilty about it and came back to clear up.