Why do things implode?
Implode is when objects collapse and are destroyed in the process. Implosion usually involves a difference between lower and higher pressure, or inward and outward forces, that is so large or heavy that the structure collapses inwards into itself.
it implodes because The pressure is Strong And it Builds up Inside the can And the Can Can't Hold it Any More So It Explodes The above sentence is a contradiction in logic. Implode is the equivalent of collapse internally or by contraction. Explode is to expand in a rapid fashion. A can filled with a liquid would be very unlikely to implode.