I dont agree , because you still think that the vacuum is not
supporting the weight of the water in the straw.

water will not expand or stretch inside the straw.

the partial vacuum at the top of the straw is generated by the falling water in the straw.

when I lift the straw the water in the straw pulls down just as if a piston were pulling downwards on the air above the water in the straw.

the vacuum is exerting a upward force on every molecule
in the straw , why should I apply a electric field to accomplish the same result?

but if you want to spend a few billion dollars to lift the water
go ahead.

then you can float a few frogs when your finished.

I'll just use the $30.00 vacume pump.

3/4 inch of dust build up on the moon in 4.527 billion years,LOL and QM is fantasy science.