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.
It is very rare that someone would survive a drop that high up. The mortality rate is high even at 20 to 30 feet.
nothing its a soft drink
I'm assuming water -- then you would have 748.05 gallons of water in 100 cubic foot volume.
Yes, it is possible (But not recommended).
100 Gallons; the general rule is that at normal temperatures, gravity etc. water is 1 gallon per cubic foot.
Probably 100%. The human body needs water to survive.
The volume of water in a 1 inch x 100 foot pipe is: 4.08 US gallons.
Most likely not, because you fall at about say 100 kilometres an hour the speed and force will make the water seem almost solid and you will probably get the same injuries if you hit concreat but not as severe but you would most certainly die try not to attempt
A 100-foot hose with an inside diameter of five inches can hold 102 US gallons of water.
Technically, none. A square foot is a measure of area whereas it is the volume of water that is required. To convert from area to volume it is necessary to know the depth. A twelfth of a cubic foot will cover an area of one square foot to a depth of 1 inch. A cubic foot will cover it to a depth of 1 foot, 100 cubic feet will cover it to a depth of 100 feet.
Mothers give young water to keep them cool.
Yes, they do. I witnessed it today. The jump out and flail like they're flying and flapping their 'wings'. It's so cool. I heard it's because they're trying to catch something on the water (not sure about it 100%)
U drink water your body is almost 100 percent water without water nothing on earth would survive