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In the real world, what geologists call bedrock is more like Minecraft's stone layer - it's the name for the compacted rock that sits below the surface soil. Real-world bedrock is hard, but absolutely breakable - and most large buildings are anchored into the bedrock with structures called "foundations". Click to see full answer.What does the name Bedrock mean?
bedrock. ( ˈbɛdˌrɒk) n. 1. (Geological Science) the solid unweathered rock that lies beneath the loose surface deposits of soil, alluvium, etc. 2. basic principles or facts (esp in the phrase get down to bedrock) 3. the lowest point, level, or layer.What is bedrock used for?
The Pirate Speak language setting calls bedrock "The Har'est Rock", likely because bedrock is the hardest rock in Minecraft. Bedrock is often used as a spawn jail since it's nearly impossible to break. It's used as punishment for griefers after removing the creative powers from them.What can break bedrock?
On mine craft pocket addition there's one pick axe that could mine through it but you would die if you kept mining. You can break through bedrock, only on pocket edition on the creative mode. You can break bedrock by placing a nether reactor on top of the bedrock. It turns the bedrock into obsidian.