Hey guys, many might find my question stupid, but I could really really use an answer. Imagine a 1 cubic meter cylinder that weighs 1.2 metric tons. It displaces more water than its volume, so it will sink. For the sake of simplicity, let's imagine there's no drag and it's hydrodynamic. As it reaches the depths of an ocean, does it slow down in its descend due to the increasing water pressure? And if so, how does one calculate that? Also, let's pretend that the bottom of the ocean is at 100m. If I put a scale down there and the cylinder comes to a stop on top of the scale, what weight will the scale show me?