More details.. Everybody Out. Sunset on the British Empire June 4, 2013. Sunless Earth June 11, 2013. The correct speed at sea level would be 7.91 km/s and this comic isn't talking about this high velocities anyway. Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers. Image credits: Petehume. Everybody knows that this slow gliding would only work in a dream. You certainly won’t knock the Earth off its axis, but don’t forget to take a seismograph with you, just in case you land really hard. : Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions is a non-fiction book by Randall Munroe in which the author answers hypothetical science questions sent to him by readers of his webcomic, xkcd.The book contains a selection of questions and answers originally published on his blog What If?, along with several new ones. Randall Munroe is an American cartoonist and scientist behind the webcomic called XKCD. But lifting people into space is hard. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts People ask the question every once in a while, "What would happen if everyone on Earth jumped at the same time?" Randall Munroe is an American cartoonist and scientist behind the webcomic called XKCD Recently, he tried to explain what would happen if everybody on earth were to jump at the same time Scientist Hilariously Answers What Would Happen If Everybody On Earth Jumped At The Same Time (15 Pics) Reviewed by Facts on November 29, 2018 Rating: 5 There are a bunch of science fiction movies where, because of pollution, overpopulation, or nuclear war, humanity abandons Earth. But Randall Munroe at xkcd explains that while the Earth wouldn't move, there are a lot of other things that would happen as a result of this stunt. —Adam. Scientist Hilariously Answers What Would Happen If Everybody On Earth Jumped At The Same Time By Rugile. The short answer is: nothing. Randall Munroe is an American cartoonist and scientist behind the webcomic called XKCD 1 Recently, he tried to explain what would happen if everybody on earth were to jump at the same time This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License. Recently, he tried to explain what would happen if everybody on earth were to jump at the same time. At the end of the "everybody jump" what-if Randall talks about the disaster that would be caused by putting everybody in the world into Rhode Island … Press J to jump to the feed. Sometimes they are specific in saying everyone on one side of the Earth. There are a lot of problems with the concept of a single random soul mate. Is there enough energy to move the entire current human population off-planet? As Tim Minchin put it in his song If I Didn’t Have You: Your love is one in a million You couldn’t buy it at any price. Extreme Boating June 18, 2013 --Dgbrt 22:22, 3 June 2014 (UTC) True enough 141.101.81.206 10:11, 4 June 2014 (UTC) This means you're free to copy and share these comics (but not to sell them). Therefore, next time you get together with a bunch of your friends, convince them to jump at precisely the same moment. In a new book, Randall Munroe — creator of the web comic xkcd and a former NASA roboticist — tackles pressing questions like What would happen if … What If? What a nightmare that would be.