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Homework Help: HELP PLEASE! Physics!

Posted by Georgia on Monday, May 7, 2007 at 1:35pm.

SO CONFUSED!!!
Why can't submarines go to the bottem of the ocean?
It is to do with pressure gradient

Total nonsense. Subs go to the bottom of the ocean each time they sink. Now if there is an inversion layer, either thermal or salinity, they can "float" on that layer, but they certainly can go thru it.

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