I didnt know you had posted another reply momos so
I will respond to it.
The weight of the elevated water in the bottle matches exactly the athmospheric pressure.
so all I would need to do to increase atmospheric pressure outside the bottle is to increase the water inside the bottle.
but what if I have 2000 lbs of water in a bottle?
are you saying that the atmospheric pressure outside the bottle would become 2000 lbs or are you saying that the 2000 lb of water looses its weight and becomes 14.7 lbs?
Now the atmospheric pressure has some steady/inflexible board to press against. You will see, the atmosphere is pressing against the board with enough pressure to hold the water inside.
yes I tried this and then I poked a hole in the top of the bottle and the cardboard still held up all the weight of the water inside.
there is something magical about the atmospheric pressures.
then I woke up , but there was no water floating around because of the MASSIVE atmospheric pressures.
I went to get a cup of coffee , but stumbled over a block of atmospheric pressure along the way.