Hey, this is Cellist43. Recently I had to do an over-the-summer report on
buoyancy. I thought I would make it count by sharing with you the basics about
Buoyancy was discovered by the Greek scientist, Archimedes. Archimedes might
have had a few thoughts about what it took to become buoyant, but he never thought
much about until one day the King of Syracuse, the king who ruled over him,
asked him to solve a problem.
The king's problem was that he had ordered a crown made and when he got it back,
even though it was the right weight, he thought he had been cheated by the
craftsman. So he asked Archimedes to find out a way to tell if he was right.