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You're thinking in physics world, man. Real life is much more different, and much more complex. In real life, if you were to increase the circumference, the volume would be exponentially higher-- leading to far less frictional effects on the air. Plus, think of a funnel. I know that even on large funnels, I can still stop the water up and make it pool if I don't angle the water spout directly into the hole. The water would flow much easier if the hole was bigger, even if the source hole was the bottleneck. This was a bad analogy.

Eh. Physics world isn't real world. Increasing the size decreases the effect of flaws.
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