Underwater Breathing Device Has $820,000 Of Funding Despite Being Scientifically Impossible

Underwater Breathing Device Has $820,000 Of Funding Despite Being Scientifically Impossible

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Have NASA invented a warp drive? No chance. Was a 1.2-meter-long (4-foot-long) rodent really found in London recently? Probably not. The latest member of this mad menagerie may be a new device being showcased on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo that claims to allow the user to breathe underwater. Marketed as the “the future of underwater breathing,” the mouth-based device boasts artificial gills that provide the user with oxygen for up to 45 minutes at a maximum dive depth of 4.6 meters…

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