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Fantastic! This kind of technology would be ideal for retrieving my 15,000 golf balls from the pond
in front of the green on the 5th hole.
Scary to think how many cucumbers this guy could collect in 10 hours, if his machine works well.
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From The Atlantic - In Focus (www.theatlantic.com). Zhang Wuyi, a local farmer interested in scientific inventions, looks up as he squats under a suction pipe of his new multi-seat submarine at his workshop in Wuhan, Hubei province, on March 25, 2013 (Reuters/Stringer). He built the vessel, with a diving depth of 20-30 meters and traveling for up to 10 hours, to capture sea cucumbers.