# Quick Answer: What If Everyone On Earth Jumped At The Same Time?

## What if everyone was the same?

If everyone was equal in every way, everyone would have the same thoughts, bodies, movements, tastes, preferences and so on.

So, with everyone having the same preferences in terms of sexuality, music, culture, movies, etc., each person would have no problems relating to one another.

Think of this etymologically..

## What would happen if everyone went vegan?

If we all went vegan, the world’s food-related emissions would drop by 70% by 2050 according to a recent report on food and climate in the journal Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). The study’s authors from Oxford University put the economic value of these emissions savings at around £440 billion.

## Can you breathe in space?

Whatever you do, don’t hold your breath! The vacuum of space will pull the air from your body. So if there’s air left in your lungs, they will rupture. … Any exposed liquid on your body will begin to vaporize.

## How high can humans jump?

How high can humans jump? Let’s first consider the human jump capacity. Currently, the highest ‘standing’ jump is 1.616 metres or 5.3 foot and was achieved by a Canadian man named Evan Ungar in Oakville, Ontario, Canada on 13 May 2016.

## Who died in the moon?

All three astronauts inside the module — Roger Chaffee, Ed White and Virgil “Gus” Grissom — died in the blaze. An investigation later found that a stray spark, likely from damaged wires, started the fire.

## What would happen if everyone in the world was rich?

The world would essentially be the exact same as it is now, if everyone was a billionaire the cost of a \$1 item would go up to \$100,000 (hypothetically) so pretty much everything would just become more expensive like what happened in Zimbabwe when their government inflicted hyperinflation and the cost of an apple went …

## What if Earth stopped spinning?

If the Earth stopped spinning suddenly, the atmosphere would still be in motion with the Earth’s original 1100 mile per hour rotation speed at the equator. … This means rocks, topsoil, trees, buildings, your pet dog, and so on, would be swept away into the atmosphere.

## How much money is in the world?

This includes notes and coins as well as the value of ‘easily accessed’ funds like current accounts. If you’re only concerned about narrow money, then according to number crunchers at The Money Project (click for a great visual), there’s about \$36.8 trillion in the world.

## Can a man jump from space to earth?

Similar to skydiving, space diving is the act of jumping from an aircraft or spacecraft in near space and falling to Earth. … However, Joseph Kittinger still holds the record for longest-duration free fall, at 4 minutes and 36 seconds, which he accomplished during his 1960 jump from 102,800 feet (31.3 km).

## Who fell on the moon?

Charlie DukeCharlie Duke, an astronaut who flew on NASA’s Apollo 16 mission, said the scariest moment of his life occurred while “horsing around” on the moon in April 1972. Lunar gravity is about one-sixth as strong as Earth’s, so Duke tried to set a jumping record in honor of the 1972 Olympics.

## What would happen if everyone thought the same?

If everyone thought the same and acted the same, we would live in a very finite world. It would look a lot like the world in The Lego movie – routine, routine, routine. Nothing new ever created. No new experiences.

## Could a human jump off the moon?

Although you can jump very high on the moon, you’ll be happy to know that there’s no need to worry about jumping all the way off into space. In fact, you’d need to be going very fast – more than 2 kilometres per second – to escape from the moon’s surface.

## What would happen if there was no God?

Without God, there is no hope of an afterlife. Without God, there is no ultimate plan or purpose to our existence. Without God giving us an absolute moral standard there is nothing to measure our life by, other than what society can dream up for us, which leaves us empty, without fulfillment.

## What would happen if everyone in China jumped at the same time?

The total weight of the Chinese nation would then be 60 × 109 kg, or 60 million tons. If an ‘object’ of this sort of weight fell half a metre it would undoubtedly create a fair-sized earthquake. … The resulting earthquake would certainly register on measuring devices but would not cause any appreciable damage.

## What would happen if you jumped off the moon?

Also the moon has gravity (about 1/6th that of Earth’s) so that means that you can’t drop anything from the moon and if you jumped on the moon you would just go higher than usual, you wouldn’t fall towards the Earth. No. … You simply fall back since your muscles are not strong enough to escape moons gravity.

## Has anyone died in space?

Since the dawn of space travel, a sum total of 18 astronauts/cosmonauts have died during the space flight missions. Having revealed this, it’s quite notable that only 3 have died while in space.

## What would happen if every human suddenly disappeared?

Even if we suddenly disappeared, humans would leave behind some permanent traces. Electromagnetic radiation from our radios and phones will continue zipping their way through space. Our mountains of trash would also linger.