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Earth from 70,000 feet, the edge of space, in a U2
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January 24, 2010
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How would you like to fly in the U2, the famous spy-plane, at 70,000 feet. In this video you go along with someone who does.

Just watching the video, let alone experiencing the view firsthand, makes one realize what a precious jewel of a planet we have. I think that's really what FPF is all about. We did nothing to deserve this place we live in and, as far as we know, it is unique in the universe. How could we trash it?

January 28, 2010
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How could we trash it? Great question. I don't know. I used to be one of those trashy people myself. Back in the day. Before waking up.

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