When The Air Pressure Is Greater Outside An Object Than The Internal Pressure, What Can We Expect Will Happen To The Object?


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It depends;if you take it outside and subject it to the greater pressure,if it is many times greater than that inside,most likely it will be crushed,or implode( same thing).If the difference in pressure is low or close to none and still take it out,nothing significant will occurr.Now,REGARDLESS OF THE PRESSURE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN IN OR OUT,iF THE OBJECT REMAINS INSIDE UNDER LOWER PRESSURE,WE CAN GROW SPIDERWEBS AT THE ARTICULATIONS WAITING FOR SOMETHING TO HAPPEN!Don't you think?

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