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new monolith

Another monolith appeared, this time in Romania, but it’s gone already

December 1st, 2020

A second metal monolith made an appearance, popping up in Romania shortly after the original Utah monolith disappeared. Nobody has taken responsibility for the second monolith, but it appears to be a bad copycat of the original. Welding marks and grinding scars appear all over the Romanian monolith, suggesting it was a hurried job. Have …

cougar attack

This video of a cougar stalking a man is absolutely terrifying

October 13th, 2020

A hiker was strolling along a mountain trail in Utah when he came upon cougar cubs and their very protective mother. The adult cat stalked the man for six minutes as he tried to make an escape. The man eventually survived by tossing a rock in the cat’s direction, scaring it off. Going for a …

utah earthquake

A 5.7 magnitude earthquake just rocked Utah

March 18th, 2020

The state of Utah was just struck with a 5.7 magnitude earthquake near the Salt Lake City area.  The quake was the strongest in the state since 1992, knocking out power to nearly 50,000 people.  Emergency management officials warned city residents that aftershocks are likely and to avoid the downtown Salt Lake City area. Visit …

castleton tower

Massive rock pillar in Utah resonates with the Earth, can withstand quakes

September 3rd, 2019

A popular rock-climbing destination in Utah, Castleton Tower dominates the surrounding landscape, standing nearly 400 feet tall like a stone skyscraper. It’s a gorgeous sight and, as researchers from the University of Utah just discovered, it is incredibly in tune with our planet. Geologists from the school recently studied the massive stone pillar, using seismic …

new tyrannosaur

Newly discovered Tyrannosaur species was just a little fella

February 22nd, 2019

The Tyrannosaurus rex may have been one of the mightiest beasts to roam the ancient Earth — though whether he was more of a scavenger than a predator has been the topic of much debate — but Rex might have never existed at all if not for his much smaller predecessors. A newly discovered species …

pando forest

Humans have found a way to kill the world’s largest living organism

October 18th, 2018

Humans are already thought to be largely responsible for the almost complete extinction of massive mammals, simply because we can’t stop killing the big ones. Now, a new study claims that mankind is also responsible for the slow decline of the world’s largest living organism that’s still here, a massive aspen tree network located in …