Because air is a very compressible fluid, and therefore is compressed by its own weight. The air nearest the ground has most air pressing on it, and so is densest. The water in the greatest depths of the ocean is only slightly denser than that at the surface; but then water, unlike air, is very incompressible.
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Why do my toes goes numb on both feet, when I use my exercise bike?
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What is thinner than water and what is heavier than earth ?These two questions are based on philosophy not on science. Please put pressure on mind to find the answers.
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