Physics Facts You Weren’t Taught In School

A Broken Egg Doesn't Break Underwater

18. A Broken Egg Doesn’t Break Underwater

If you break an egg on the floor, it’s a bloody mess. Even after hours of scrubbing and mopping the floor, the stale smell of the egg won’t quit the room and will keep reminding you of your sins.

However, if you deep-sixed an egg at the bottom of an ocean, the egg would rather turn into a frenetic jellyfish. This is because the pressure at the bottom of an ocean is almost thrice as much as it is on the surface of the earth.

Hence, the increased pressure doesn’t let the egg split away and keeps it intact.

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