What would happen if everyone on earth stood as close to each other as they could and jumped, everyone landing on the ground at the same instant?
The answer … it doesn’t really affect the planet. Earth outweighs us by a factor of over ten trillion. On average, we humans can vertically jump maybe half a meter on a good day. Even if the Earth were rigid and responded instantly, it would be pushed down by less than an atom’s width.
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