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posted on Mar 22, 2014, 03 am

My Comments:

psudonym, Mar 22, 2014, 03 am

Like a boss

learnin to animate

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Cassan, Mar 22, 2014, 04 am

Wow, nice animation :)

Deonis, Mar 22, 2014, 04 am

Pumice, a vulcanic rock, is very porous. This makes it very light. So light in fact that its density is lower then water, causing it to float.

Meowstic_45, Mar 22, 2014, 10 am

looks great!

The_Hankerchief, Mar 22, 2014, 07 pm

Deonis nailed it. In fact, in Oregon, when it snows, we sand our roads with pumice and volcanic rock instead of actual sand or salt, for that very reason.

Master_72, Mar 23, 2014, 06 pm

Next thing you know,

Question Duck: The animated series.

eekee, Aug 02, 2018, 01 am

Adorabubble! :) Uh, I mean the duck walking. I can't stop looking at the text bubble itself, for other reasons. Ò.ò ó.ò ó.Ó lol

Nagora (Guest), Oct 13, 2018, 09 am

Air

Being porous isn't really the answer. The Titanic sank when it became porous. Pumice has lots of cavities in it which have trapped air, so its density is lower than water.

Fun fact: Pliny the Elder died when his he mounted a rescue mission to Pompeii but the huge amount of pumice floating on the water trapped his ships in the harbour. Okay - maybe "fun" was the wrong word there.

Nice animation.

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