How much bubble wrap does it take to survive a jump from that high? One Reddit user posed the question, so Wired decided to find an answer. The answer, and funny image that comes to mind, probably won't surprise you too much. It is a crazy hypothetical idea, after all.
Cutting through all of the scientific stuff like the thickness, density, springy-ness, and the acceleration of the person after the jump, the final conclusion is that it'd take somewhere around 39 layers of bubble wrap.
Imagine wrapping three layers of that fun poppable stuff around you. Now multiply that by 13. You'd be fatter than a gorilla and then you'd have to find a window large enough for you to even jump out of, with all the stuff on.
It goes without saying that you SHOULD NOT attempt to prove this theory in any way by jumping out of any windows, regardless of height.
If you're curious about the math and science behind Wired's calculations, hit up wired for the break down. Be warned though, it gets really nerdy about a fourth in, so if math formulas scare you, don't click on.