What force acts on an object in the water?

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The force is pressure the same as when you are airborne in a figherjet.The deeper you get the stronger the pressure gets.Please like my photo on face book.My name is matthew Spiteri.
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bcoz there is no force 2 stop that object. let me give u an example: think of ice hockey...if the player strikes the puck it will continue travelling for much much much further than
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The object remains in it's current state.
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