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#3. It has higher torsional rigidity.
(And @hiepphotog , I am grateful for your excellent and informative post. This is just having a bit of fun. I'm a mathematician precisely because the real world is too difficult. Experimental sciences are hard as hell, and even theoretical physics can get crushed by a dose of reality. Bernhard Riemann wanted to be an experimental physicist, but he wasn't any good. Instead, he had to settle for founding every major field of modern mathematics.)