I have searched about this topic all over the internet and non of them seem to explain how vapor pressure is equal to atmospheric pressure. All I need is some forces diagrams and some explanations. How when we increase the vapor pressure it makes the liquid boil faster? Isnt the vapor pressure in all directions? Wouldn't it push molecules back? What do they mean by the vapor pressure equaling atmospheric pressure? how does that occur? Also, about bubbles. How does the atmospheric pressure affect the bubbles when they are at the bottom of the liquid? Like there is not connection between them..