Wednesday, 28 January 2009

(13647) Makemake, sustainable development

(136472) Makemake is a Kuiper belt object discovered in March of 2005. It has a perihelion of 38.5 AU and an aphelion of 53.1 AU. It has a diameter of about 1500 km. There is a prediscovery image back to April-February of 2003, April of 2002, February of 1999, March of 1990 and January of 1955.

Orbital resonance:
8:15 with Neptune (99.9%).

Mythology of Makemake

In the mythology of the South Pacific island of Rapa Nui (Eastern Island), Makemake was a sea bird deity carring an egg.

In the movie "Rapa Nui", the Birdman had to race with an egg hold in his head, taking strong
care that will not be broken. That care for growing life is the main theme of (13647) Makemake, like in the movie "The Revenge of the Sith", that appeared in the year 2005, when (13647) Makemake was discovered, or the movie "Kung Fu Panda", that appeared in the year 2008, when (13647) 2005 FY9 was named (13647) Makemake.

Other movies based in the rules for sustainable development are "The Perfect Man" (2005), "Just Friend" (2005), "Sinbad: The Legend of the Seven Seas" (2003) and "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" (2002).


Sustainable development

(13647) Makemake is the spiritual knowledge that guarantee the right development of life existence, no matter if that is the whole Earth, a civilization, a teamwork project, a relationship, or a disciple.