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# Can humans survive at 5000 feet above the ground?

Updated: 9/17/2023

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14y ago

Survive, yes. Mexico City is at an altitude of over 7,000 feet above the sea level, so the altitude, in itself, is not a problem. So let's look at altitude above ground: Passenger aircraft fly at 30,000 feet. And millions of passengers fly regularly. Again, no issue. The International Space Station orbits at more than 100 MILES above the ground. Even more proof that survival at altitude is not a problem. What IS a problem is keeping humans supplied with food and water and warmth at that altitude. If you can handle that you will survive.

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