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August 25, 2015
It seems breathing would be easier under conditions of high air pressure. Contrary to that it would be more difficult to breathe under conditions of low air pressure. I think the low air pressure gets you in two ways. First, It is more difficult to draw in a breath and second there is less oxygen in it. I think about scuba diving where the body is under pressure from the water. You have to work harder to breathe. Wouldn't the same be true with higher air pressure? I clearly don't know and I don't think I can Google this one.