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if everyone in the world jumped at the same time, will the earth move?

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no never think of the animals ,buildings,mountains etc

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No, we're so tiny it would make no difference

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Of course it would not ....Nothing would happen...

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHbyQ_AQP8c

this may answer your question...

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I don't know but I think it wouldn't move. Cause even the weight of all humans wouldn't move the earths layers.

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No it's on youtube nothing will happen

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Earth weighs 6.000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
6 billion humans weigh.............. 300,000,000,000 kg

Humans all together are like a grain of sand to cubic kilometer of sand
No measurable movement would occur,
even if we all jumped on the same spot.
But it would be wrong to say zero movement.

open to corrections

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no
but a waves will be generated !!!!!!!
nice question

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the earth already moves...

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LOLOL nopey :D

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The world is always moving through space weather we move or not makes no difference

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Not significantly

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