# Is it true that the mass of air in normal atmospheric pressure over 1$m^2$ is 10326 $kg$?

Is it true that the mass of air in normal atmospheric pressure over 1$m^2$ is 10326 $kg$? I calculated it from pressure formula

$p=\frac{F}{A}$.

Let $m=?, A=1 m^2 and p=101300 Pa$.

$p=\frac{F}{A} \Leftrightarrow ...\Leftrightarrow m= \frac{pA}{g}=\frac{101300 \cdot 1 }{9,81} = 10326 kg$. So why we don't feel that weight, because if $A=160 cm^2 = 160 \cdot 10^{-4} m^2$( the area of normal man s feet), then $m=\frac{pA}{g}=\frac{101300 \cdot 160 \cdot 10^{-4} }{9,81} =165 kg$.

Am I missing something? Why we don't feel that weight?

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