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The atmosphere itself can easily smash a metallic can [Video]
posted September 20 2011 20:58.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis




The atmosphere applies a pressure of about 100 000 N to every square meter on Earth's surface. We take this pressure for granted because we have the same amount of pressure pushing out. But what happens when the pressure of the atmosphere is applied to an object with no outward pressure? It implodes...in a spectacular fashion.



[Link: Veritasium]
Tags: pressure   physics   experiments   science   health & nature   theory/tutorial   
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