You are right about the aerodynamic disadvantages of the saucer's profile, is just unefficient, but according to what I've researched about how this crafts work, they don't have to deal with aerodynamics, actually they don't have to deal with any fluid dynamics at all.
The way that saucers supose to work is by distorting space/time sorounding them.
That means that a reactor creates a space/time distortion that affects all matter, light, and even time all around the craft, so nothing, say matter (air), time, or even speed of light can limit its displacement. That will explain why they can travel at "impossible" speeds without emmiting the slightest sound, and without been affected by catastrophic G-forces.
All this theory feels consistent for overwhelmed witnesses (like me) who have seen crafts at plain sight, hovering and then flipping from one relative distant place to another in less than a second, several times, and then disapear in a zip.
Immagine an ancient roman witnessing a Lamborghini Diablo drifting on the road and then launching itself to 200 mph... That's how I've felt when I've saw this thing. You just can't explain this behaviour with traditional physichs, but you know there has to be a way, 'cause you just saw it working.
About the complexity of the technology, it appears to be incredibly simple, at least in therms of mechanic complexity. The key factors are the extreme conditions that the materials are exposed to, and the assumption that it is possible to distort space/time while beating speed of light, or by creating radiation pulses way beyond the electromagnetic spectrum.
I've researched several studies and statements regarding 2 different types of antigravity reactors:
- Superfluid reactor (Nazi reactor)
- Superheavy element reactor (Bob Lazar's reactor) (No moving parts)
The mechanics of the reactors and their functioning are explained on the links that i've posted some dialogs ago. Here they are again:http://www.boblazar.com/closed/reactor.htmhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xnh5Nd4DzMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IRagx-z