No, they can't. Nothing can, because lava doesn't drown players or mobs, only water does that.
It was believed to be the case because floating in lava is still considered "falling", but you're slowed down, lengthening the time of "falling." It appeared as if Pigmen would drown whenever they hit the ground after such a long time of "falling."
There used to be a human mob that was aggressive. For a very short period of time, Minecraft used to support one of the quake model formats, so entities modeled as quake characters could be rendered. Non-rectangular blocks were also in for a very short period of time.
If lava is dropped from above onto water, it will create smoothstone rather than cobblestone. With this in mind, it is possible to have no only a cobblestone generator, but a smoothstone generator as well, by simply adjusting where the lava and water meet.
This is true. You may think it's impossible because water source blocks are needed and would have to be replaced, but an infinite water source could be used where the lava and water meet. It would be slow, though.
Ex.: You are not able to interact with trap doors while crouching!
You do know that crouching doesn't let you interact with any functional blocks right?
Any who here's my fact:
Herobrine wasn't originally a LetsPlay hoax. His origins was a creepypasta, in which the "mysterious figure in the fog" wasn't really named. According to the story, someone by the name "Herobrine" removed the author's Minecraft forum post about his sightings, thus it probably hinted that the figure or someone associated with the figure was named "Herobrine".
when in your inventory, hitting the pick block button while highlighting any item will duplicate the item, makes it easier when you have an enchanted item and don't want to have to enchant all over again just to get a second one. (This only works in creative.)
When a chest is open, shift clicking an item (or items) in your inventory will move it to the chest, or vice versa when shift clicking on an item in a chest.
But what if you make a redstone computer that calculates algebra or the game engine calculates algebra?
*facepalm* Nobody uses algebra for anything worth spending time out of our precious lives for.
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1. When you blow up TNT near lava a couple of times, the lava will disappear.(I was making this strange contraption involving lava and TNT when I found out)
2. Minecraft was originally going to be called "Cave Game"
3. Armored mobs were originally implemented in Notch's Survival test.
4. Tamed wolves have more than twice as much health as wild wolves, and twice as much attack points as wild wolves.
5. Notch suggested lanterns during the halloween update, but the idea never got implemented. Same goes for fish mobs.