Gravity: I wish it wasn’t so strong on earth. But only for me, I wish it was doubly strong for everyone else. But enough daydreaming about me leapfrogging over everyone all day, this is a visualization created by planetary space scientist James O’Donoghue comparing the gravity on various bodies of our solar system using a simulated 1km ball drop. You know I read somewhere that on Pluto a person would be able to jump about 25 feet vertically. 25 feet! Then at the height of your jump I’d turn the gravity knob to 11 and watch you crash back down in a pile of broken bones. “I thought you said enough daydreaming.” I can’t help myself.