Can you list all the pros and cons of having (or living in) a Jupiter-sized Earth?
Considering Jupiter could harbor more than a thousand Earths, distances from one point to another would more than double on Earth. For example, 5000 miles might correspond to 5000 x 1000 = 5,000,000 miles or more, and a trip from the North Pole to the South Pole might last a whole lifetime. I can't seem to imagine how sturdily we would face storms, hurricanes and tornados. Would these devastate even larger land areas and would tsunamis wash entire continents away, I wonder. Or ask.
Just let your imagination run away with you. You will in time pinpoint one or another advantage as far as living in a Jupiter-sized Earth goes. For one thing, it would take longer for humans to destroy the ozone layer or they would never succeed in destroying it at all.
Let's hear you on this.