how do volcanic rocks float and move in or on the soil?

Volcanic rocks around the Hummock hill extinct volcano near bundaberg are commonly known to “float’ and move in the soil. Builders have been reported as laying the base for a house, poured the cement, and the following day a volcanic rock had “floated up through the surface of the cement,
this is hard, heavy basalt rock.

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