Authors: Krishan Vats
There is a definite reason for “Why UFOs are saucer shaped” and the shape itself has a clue in it for altering gravity. Kind of maneuvers the UFOs/space ships are expected to exhibit are only possible via shielding gravity, or altering the space curvature to say in other words. Therefore UFOs have to involve altered/anti gravity The natural result of gravity is spherical shape. All massive heavenly bodies are near spheres, barring the rotational bulges. Ignore the smaller bodies where there is not enough matter/gravity to cause a spherical shape. Sphere has this property of "Minimum surface area for a given volume". So, gravity is associated with a shape with "Minimum surface area for a given volume" i.e. sphere. Anti gravity (or gravity shielded) is associated with just the opposite - "Maximum surface area for a given volume". Of all shapes, saucer shape has "Maximum surface area for a given volume". Ideally, it is a sheet (plane) that has "Maximum surface area for a given volume", but the sheet would not have place inside it for carrying the stuff. It would not be possible to place gravity altering mechanism inside a sheet. Therefore the most practical shape that associates with altering gravity/space - is saucer shape. So, it is not just a co-incidence that the UFOs are depicted as saucer shaped. This is not to say that the space ships can not be other shapes. They can be and bigger space ships would more likely be other shapes. Once you have a gravity altering mechanism in a saucer shape, then it can be covered with bodies of other more suitable shapes for the purpose of longer travel and comfort, which would include creation of artificial gravity for living beings/things. The smallest (bare minimum) UFOs are more likely to be saucer shaped. These are suitable, and used, for entering the atmosphere of planets. Saucer shape is also more suitable for minimizing the damage by deflecting debris. Bigger ones can be saucer shaped, or any other shapes.
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