Recently, there has been an argument of whether or not you would sink if you were unlucky enough to fall into a volcano. The proponents of this argument focus their attention on the water/magma density difference. Since the human body consists of 60-70% water, and water is less dense than magma, the proponents of this argument conclude that you would not sink. Rather, you'd act like a water balloon hitting a wall. However, the argument neglects to mention such things as composition, acceleration due to gravity, and the extreme heat. My contention is that the force of gravity, as one fell from the cone, would be sufficient enough to break the surface tension of the magma and sink. Additionally, as the body sank, the water would be drive off and the elements in the body would very quickly become part of the composition of the magma. Also, the gaseous component of the magma would allow for us to sink more readily depending on the abundance. Here's the site for the argument: http://www.lifeslittlemysteries.com/sink-fall-volcano-lava-2225/ What do you guys think?