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    How to Spend $760? Build a Personal Submarine, of Course!

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    A Chinese farmer received a government patent and built an operational six-meter-long submarine. The vessel's construction cost him $760 (5,000 yuan).

    The submarine can travel at a speed of seven nautical miles per hour and submerge to a depth of a meter.

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