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what would make you weigh less inside of the empire state building on the ground floor, oppose to outside on the sidewalk. (weighing on a regular bathroom scale)The mass of the building? If so how does that work?

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    This question has been asked yesterday. The answer is nothing. The mass of the building, which does have a small effect, is nearly directly above you, whether you are inside or on the sidewalk outside.

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