I have two different sized plastic bottles of the same material and with the same wall thickness and I raise the pressure inside the bottles at the same rate then which bottle will rupture first? The bigger bottle or the smaller one? I would think that both bottles would rupture at about the same pressure because the bottle walls are the same and they are made out of the same material. Is there any theory that states otherwise? Or what could be some factors that would cause one bottle to rupture before the other one?