I have a stupid question. It's my specialty after all.
If you're down in a deep sea redoubt or even a shallow water hidey hole like is pictured.....just how much over pressure are those designed to take
exactly? I mean, these are all being built with the idea of cataclysmic forces briefly coming to rules across the surface of the planet, making
topside life a very unlikely thing to see work out, at least for a time right? Whether they are correct is secondary. They think so....but it seems
it's missing a big consideration?
Well... Cataclysmic change might very well bring fluctuation in things like pressure, right? Water doesn't compress, so if air pressure rises for
whatever unforeseen forces everyone is spending obscene amounts to protect against.....what happens to the facilities beneath that incompressible
water when it also briefly transmits pressure variations? That'll be a hell of a way to test the Lowest Bidder approach to construction, eh?
Look out for that craaaaaaaac...splash! Err.. nvm.