Main Question or Discussion Point
Imagine a container containing water up to 100cm of its height then I dip a cube of plastic in the water on depth of 75cm. We all know it will float because of its less density, but if we go with Pascal Law, The pressure/force applied by the water above the cube is more than than the buoyant force/pressure applied by the water below, and if the buoyant force is less then the cube should not float. But when did the same at my home in a bucket the cube came to surface. Why??