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  1. Earth.

    Of course it wouldn't. A polystrene ball is full of air. It's virtually equalised with the atmospheric pressure it's in. A titanium solid ball is exerting just about all of it's mass and density against the atmospheric pressure. swap the polysterene ball for aluminium no air still wouldn't weigh the same
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    You weigh nothing. Your dense body has no weight. Weight is a human measurement of dense objects under pressure. Your weight is dependent on the atmospheric pressure upon your body in a push on push fight that can be phsically seen on a scale, because your body is being pushed onto that scale by the 15psi your are in as your body pushes against that. according to this statement a solid titainium ball would weigh the same as a solid polysterene ball of the same size

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