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Flight is the capacity of self-propulsion through the atmosphere or through space, without contact with the ground. Most birds, many insects, the mammalian bat and flying fox and man-made contraptions (such as aircraft) are capable of true flight; although creatures such as flying fish merely leap.

God never intended for man to fly, which is why planes and helicopters have very spotty safety records.