Someone has been forcing me to write an answer for this issue, the issue of Bernoulli. Okay, I will try my very best to respond to his demand.
As I have just stated before, I was wrong. The pressure that I took into account is the horizontal (vector momentum) one. I neglected the phrase, "internal pressure". Okay, what is internal pressure?
I understand internal pressure as a pressure that starts from the core of a mass to its surface. Meaning, 4/3πr^2 of pressure if a mass is globular.
It radiates from the center to the surface, altogether.
|Bernoulli's apparatus to test his principles. It turned out that his principles has became the most profound theory in aerodynamics.|
Anyway, I guess it solves all. Sorry for being negligent, bro.