how does air, once it is immersed, escape the water?
air that because of falling water becomes submerged under water winds its way with special movements towards the water’s surface, for air, as an element lighter than water, is compelled to rise above water. because the water lying directly over the air puts more weight on the air than does the water to the side of the air, and because the air seeks the path of least resistance, a spiral-shaped upward movement occurs. when it reaches the surface, the air emerges in the shape of a hemisphere that is covered by a thin layer of water. this happens because the air expands the water’s surface completely and evenly, so that this layer of water possesses a perfect inner cohesiveness.
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