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## Main Question or Discussion Point

It is well known that the shape of soap bubbles is spherical because of the fact that a sphere is the least-area way of enclosing a given volume .

If we look to a soap bubble from a frame of reference that move at relativistic speed relative to the bubbles, then ,as a result of length contraction, we will see that the diameter of the bubble in the direction of our speed is decreased by gama factor...so the shape of the bubble is no longer spherical.

If we look to a soap bubble from a frame of reference that move at relativistic speed relative to the bubbles, then ,as a result of length contraction, we will see that the diameter of the bubble in the direction of our speed is decreased by gama factor...so the shape of the bubble is no longer spherical.

*What is the reason that the least-aeea method is not successful in moving frames*?