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What Goes Down Somehow Gets Back Up

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I am sure I am not the only one who's pondered this, which is why I'm bringing it up. How do ships get back to the surface after leaving Fishman Island? Better yet, how do they leave Fishman Island? They don't have any coating resin, since that only sustains itself on Sabaody Archipelago and underwater. The first thing is getting the ship back into the ocean without it getting destroyed, the second is getting it back up. My theory is, is somewhat based on the mechanics of the movie Up, in that it involves a large number of balloons. It is also based on the movie Mary Poppins, since it involves an umbrella and rising up. Basically, an umbrella big enough to cover the ship is somehow attached to the ship. Then a bunch of balloons are put inside the umbrella. Presto Chango, the ship is rising. I know what you're thinking, I have broken at least three laws of physics. I know I have too. As I write this, I am reminded of a scene from the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie, where they were able to breathe under water by carrying a rowboat over their head portage style and were able to breathe. So maybe I'm not so crazy. Well, that's my theory, what are yours?

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