Its the same because it still equals a ton. We only get confused because we know that a brick is obviously heavier than a feather. But there would probably be more feathers than bricks.
When you give the tonnage are you giving it as a mass or a weight? If mass then the stone will weigh more as mass only refers to how much material is there while weight is a measure of how much gravity effects it. A ton(mass) of feathers will have less weight than the ton(mass) of stone simply because of feather's semi-buoyancy in gasses. If you are giving ton as a weight then they both weigh the same.
I would say they are the same
Neither . They are both the same weight because you said a ton . ;)
Yo mom is lighter >.>
Neither. Which is heavier. A pound of gold or a pound of feathers? Lol. (trick question)
They weigh the same haha this used to trip me up when I was 5 haha
They are the same weight. So they are are equal unless you are assuming lighter is being used in the sense of tint.
A ton is a ton, whatever it is, it's just that light objects take up more space.
IF you mean (both adjectives) "light in weight", then neither. If you mean "light in weight as compared to bulk", then the bricks. If placed on a balance scale, which will be indicated as heavier, a pound of gold or a pound of sand? And why?
Ummmm judging by all the other answers I'm going to go crazy here... The TON of feathers weigh more then the TON of bricks.... Did I win?