Sunday, March 7, 2010

When you are bathing on a stony beach, why do the stones hurt your feet less when you get in deep water?

As soon as the water gets over your chest you become more buoyant on account of the air in your lungs. That results in less pressure on your feet.When you are bathing on a stony beach, why do the stones hurt your feet less when you get in deep water?
because you have more bouyancy


your body is being is being held up by the water ..better floatWhen you are bathing on a stony beach, why do the stones hurt your feet less when you get in deep water?
The net amount of pressure per square inch on the feet due to the persons own weight is significantly decreased because of buoyancy, as a result of the water displaced by the body, this (buoyancy) net effect will be more in sea and salty water as in the Salt Lake at Salt Lake City, Utah, USA as it depends not only on the volume of the fluid displaced but also on the specific gravity of the displaced fluid.





Good question, one star to you!
You're more buoyant when you're in water, specially salt water.
they r sharp

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