You can of course workaround this in the browser itself by doing the following (example for IE) but I strongly recommend doing it the right way in your script in the first instance so you don't have to mess with end-user settings at all. Use this workaround for testing purposes only.
Tools -> Internet Options -> Security, Custom level -> Scroll to: Display mixed content -> Enable -> OK -> Restart IE.
Usually the best practice is to store jQuery locally in the SharePoint farm (in a library for example) and then refer to it in your script. That way you ensure the protocol will be consistent between the site and the location of jQuery.
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