Can you survive a 100 foot jump into water?

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  • they jumped off a rock 100 feet above the water, or fell out of a helicopter or something
  • The water is so deep that they would not smash their head on a rock 4 inches below the surface.

The answer depends. Travelling at the sort of speed you would be doing by the time you hit the water, water can take on the aspects of concrete if you hit it wrong, and you could easily break your back or get a concussion and drown.

Sport high divers dive from around 70-85 feet and presumably most live to tell the tale, so 100 feet might be survivable.

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It is very rare that someone would survive a drop that high up. The mortality rate is high even at 20 to 30 feet.

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