A year ago, we were swimming in the sea and there were divers below us.
It was quite fun to look at the very large bubbles of air coming up around us.
Then, a question popped up: assuming a stream of large bubbles coming from below you, could you be dragged down?
My interpretation is that the bubble in contact with you wouldn’t offer the same support as water, so you would go slightly deeper and by doing so you’d have a bit of inertia as well, but then comes the next bubble.
So with the right size and stream of air bubbles, could one go down?