There is a rock that can float. Pumice is vesicular or has gas pockets, or in easier terms, holes throughout the rock. This makes the rock less dense so it will float on water. The term vesicular refers to the presence of vesicles, or irregularly shaped cavities, that produce a sponge-like or bubbly texture and very low density in volcanic rocks.
I keep a list of silly questions. I recently posted a batch that were asked in the last two months. Here are a few more that were asked about this time last year: And, yes, they're all genuine questions.
How many square inches are in a one gallon container? If Earth was turned upside down would we fall off? How many people die from pickle related accidents every year? What is tuna fish made of? If turkeys had wings, could they fly? Elephant: yes or no? What's the number to 911? How far can you go in an hour at 55 miles per hour? Do boneless potatoes exist? How much does a fifty pound cake weigh?