Thursday, 4 February 2010

(303775) 2005 QU182, the answers generate more questions

(303775) 2005 QU182 is a scattered disc object discovered in August of 2005. It has a diameter of about 930 km. It has a perihelion of 36.9 AU and an aphelion of 190.3 AU (scattered disc object with very high aphelion). It has an inclination of 14.0º. There is a prediscovery image back to September of 2002, October-September of 2001, September of 1991 and June of 1974.
 

(303775) 2005 QU182 is interested in understanding how organizations and other sectors of society are structured, like at the beginning of the movie "Chinatown" (1974), or like in the movie "The Island" (2005), when the clone starts making himself questions in the surgery, and when he follows the insect and discovers the fake about pollution. 

(303775) 2005 QU182 has the spirit of a explorer, moving to places, observing the environment and speaking to people to find answers to the questions posed, like in the movie "A Little Trip to Heaven" (2005).

Monday, 1 February 2010

2004 KV18, the hubris of Kratos

2004 kv18 is a Neptune trojan discovered in May of 2004. It has the same orbital period as Neptune and orbit at the L5 Lagrangian point, about 60 degrees behind of Neptune. It has a perihelion of 24.5 AU and an aphelion of 35.7 AU; with the argument of perihelion at 24º21' Capricorn. It has an inclination of 13.6º, with the ascending node at 25º37' Scorpio (124º23', golden aspect; 0º00' orb). It has a diameter of about 70 km.


"To the one who gods want to destroy, first they turn him crazy." (God of War; PS2, 2005)

In the video game "God of War" (PS2, 2005), Ares covers with fog the village where, in that moment, the wife and daughter of Kratos where in, and deceive him to attack the village. After killing by error his wife and daughter in the temple, the fury of Kratos towards the gods turns crazy.

"The hubris is an overdo of pride or selfconfidence in one self, that often result in deserved punishment. In Ancient Greek, alluded a rash scorn for the personal space of others, together with a fault of control over self drive, being a violent feeling inspired by the self exaggerated passions. However, the hubris of Kratos not only is not punished, but involve a victory and a destiny bigger that he ever expected." (Wikipedia)