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Facts for Faith (8):24-31. CELD ID 5875
|Anthropic principle: a precise plan for humanity|
Human beings climb. Always have, always will. First hills, then mountains, then pinnacles so high they're called "death zones." That's as high as legs could carry them, but not high enough. So people invented balloons, blimps, airplanes, and spacecraft, the higher the better-to a point.