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Submitted by AgentWhite 607d ago | article

Divers Could Become Real-Life Aquamen if This Pentagon Project Works

Wired : Even casual divers know that diving too deep, or surfacing too quickly, can cause a host of complications from sickness to seizures and even sudden death. Now the Pentagon’s scientists want to build gear that can turn commandos into Aquaman, allowing them to plunge into the deeps without having to worry as much about getting ill. (Orange and green tights sold separately.) (Hi-tech)

XTGamers  +   607d ago
Bah, and here I was thinking they would be able to command sea life ...
ThanatosDMC  +   606d ago
Lol! Same here!
Dazel  +   606d ago
What no gills???
god_mode  +   606d ago
Aquaman isn't so silly now is he?

Yea I first thought scientists were developing Mer-Men!
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