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Published on Sep 20, 2016
If everyone on Earth jumped at the same time, we wouldn't change the Earth's orbit in space, but we could cause a lot of damage on Earth. Special thanks to astrophysicist Paul Sutter at The Ohio State University and physicist Mark Boslough at Sandia National Laboratories for their invaluable help on this project.
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