Did anyone take the time to ask Elon Musk about the monolith found in Utah?
I mean, it seems to be obvious he had something to do with it. I took a considerable amount of money to make. It took an idea out of 2001: A Space Odyssey, so a space sci-fi interested person with lots of money to spend and machinery to use. Someone who would go to a lot of trouble and expense to do something like that. I think it means Elon Musk is behind it.
- 3 months ago
He is a businessman. What would he know about archaeology, and why would he care? For that matter, why would we care, unless you are captivated by the work practices of ancient civilizations?
- garryLv 63 months ago
why ask musk , we know its a gimmick by some internet people , rather a poor joke isnt it , doesnt even look like a monolith more pike a sheet of stainless steel pointed up . isn't even shaped like one , to thin .
- Anonymous3 months ago
The 2001 monolith dimensions were in the ratio 1:4:9 (and continuing 16,25,36... in the higher dimensions).
- marsLv 73 months ago
If it's solid alloy, would be costly. The '2001' monolith is black and larger.
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- HoarsemanLv 53 months ago
I saw the film 2001, in 1969 -- and anyone who saw that film will recognise that this "monolith" ,is some sort of homage to that film -- the centre piece of which ,was such a monolith
On that basis it could have been erected anytime , during the last 50 years, by anyone who had sufficient such money to waste / invest
- JosephLv 73 months ago
" I mean, it seems to be obvious he had something to do with it." And what leap of logic lead you to this conclusion? Elon Musk is not the only person with the means and methods to put the monolith in the desert.
- 3 months ago
2001 was the first thing I thought of when I saw it... I'd like to know how it's supported on the desert floor - the story I read didn't go into that.
Purty cool, though....