As you float, your weight presses down into the water; the water presses ...
phenomenon of apparently greater buoyancy — for some people — in deep
Nov 5, 2010 ... You will float if you are lighter than an equal volume of water. Usually folks with
more fat float better. There are some people on the border such ...
In short, some people float and some people do not. Feel your way thought the
water and don't fight it, and you might just stand a chance of staying at the surface
People float in water because the human body weighs less than the volume of
water it displaces when submerged. The buoyancy of an individual depends on ...
How people float is based on their specific density, so people who float have a
lower density than people who don't float well. Specifically, people with a higher ...
Any body in water floats or sinks depending on the buoyant forces that push it up
and the gravity that pulls it down. If the body is heavier than the water it ...
Steve and Bart have the two most important components correct: body
composition (fat, muscle and bone) and head/body position in the water. As a
Your lung capacity can also make a difference in how easy it is for you to stay on
top of the water. People with a higher lung capacity will float somewhat more ...
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Jul 26, 2013 ... Ever wonder why things float? Buoyancy arises from the weight of a displaced
fluid, a phenomenon described by Archimedes principle.
May 10, 2011 ... This is why heavy metal ships can float on the water—they're big ... But this
activity can also help explain why some animals—and people—are more
buoyant than others. ... Salt dissolved in the water makes it more dense.