It is where your float on the water with your penis out !
A pencil floats, a human no float, a feather floats, paper floats, ice floats, keys do not float, rocks do not float, coins do not, flip flops float. Second answer: I think you meant to ask, 'What floats and then some time later starts to sink. If that is what you meant, the answer is: There are absorbent substances which float when dry, then after absorbing water while they are floating, they increase in density and then sink.
I suspect that "flow" is meant to also be "float", but even with that substitution, it just changes the question from nonsensical to counterfactual.Most things that float in water do not float in air.
no wood did not because it is a wood and a wood is because it meant by a wood .............. answer is oppposite ........... . .. . . . . . .. ..
Simply put the card in water.
The PLaying field
Leaving aside the question of whether the liquid will mix with whatever it is meant to float (or not) upon, the answer depends on what substance it is required to float upon. If mercury, yes, it will float (if it does not mix). Pure water, it certainly will not (but could mix).
The phrase Float CSS means that elements can be pushed to the sides, left or right. This floating style is often used for images but can be used for other elements also.
The same way anything floats, by displacing an amount of water that weighs as much as it does. Airplanes that are meant to float on water typically either have boat-like hulls or floats whose purpose is to displace enough water to allow the airplane to float.
Yes...Hope you're having fun playing Millionaire.
It is meant to be "playing cards"; on my Google search there is a website just above that spells playing incorrectly.
No it will not float, iron doesnt float in it. therefore it will not float.