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It's the lack of atmosphere, or rather, of atmospheric pressure, that sucks the heat out of high places. At sea level, the pressure is around 14.7 pounds per square inch. At five thousand feet it's around 12.2 pounds per square inch. While humans are comfortable at either level, that's quite a change in pressure.
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