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    • Except it didn’t fucking work
      Galagneel 20 sep
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    • False claim. They stole lots of money
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    • It didn’t work. They stole lots of money
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    • This is actually impossible and the crowd fund was a scam
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    • Let's see. Humans need about 40 liters of air per minute. Water has an oxygen solubility of about 10 parts per million. Air has a density roughly 1/1000 that of water, so you'd need to process about 100 liters of water every minute. That's a bathtub full every minute. This is bullshit
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    • Wasn’t this proven false because the efficiency for converting enough breathing air per breath from water can’t be done with something that small?
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    • False
      NotHentai 20 sep
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    • POKEMON? YOU MEAN STAR WARS???
      Neoxicc 20 sep
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    • It doesn’t work in the slightest
      Wo1f1 20 sep
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    • Keyword: "conceptual"
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    • It’s total bullshit. Just like every other “miraculous” high tech invention you see once or twice a year with an add to request funding. They don’t actually work.
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    • The device is literally just a snorkel mouthpiece with 2 pieces of styrofoam and plastic attached to each side. It's a scam.
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    • Star Wars phantom menace
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    • It was two bicycle handles glued together but all the crowdfunding retards gave them their money cause fuck research
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    • star wars
      PhilSw1ft 20 sep
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    • This is old asf... why is this still showing up...
      p0rnzoz 20 sep
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    • That’s not how chemistry works lol. Fish gills draw oxygen into the blood stream like our lungs draw oxygen from the air, both in chemical reactions. You can’t remove oxygen from water into a gas and mix it into a breathable mixture to then inhale. There no catalyst for the reaction. H2 Gas!!!
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    • Star Wars
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    • Got to ask. Assuming you could make something that works like a fish gill, how big would it need to be to extract enough oxygen for a person to breathe that way?
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    • Its been debunked, its fake.
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    • Star wars* you uncultured swine
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    • This has been scientifically proven wrong, it doesn’t work and it’s just a scam
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    • Notice how it says DESIGN it is that and only that it is not functional
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    • Lmao this dude made a kickstarter and a bunch of retards gave him over a million dollars and he just dipped because this is impractical af and will never be a real thing
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    • Completely fake, 100% a scam, there’s not enough oxygen in the water to keep your breathing for more than a few seconds
      AjaxSoap 21 sep
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    • This was confirmed to be a scam. Many people bought into the go fund me but the company was court ordered to pay everyone back.
      Val3ntyne 21 sep
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    • horse shit horse shit horse shit horse shit horse shit horse shit horse shit horse shit horse shit horse shit horse shit horse shit
      NickelW 21 sep
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    • Rebreathers have been a thing in all sci fi
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    • There are machines for that, that the seals use but I heard it feels like your suffocating when you use it
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    • I started to say "how fucked up would it be if it didn't work" but judging by the comments, it doesn't :(
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    • yet there is no air
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    • It didn't work and is largely a total impossibility. If something like this was possible in a form factor anything close to that, the US Navy or Coast Guard would have invented it by now.
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    • Mimics... The gills... On a fish...? Y'all are fuckin retarded
      Cacaonut 21 sep
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    • Jesus theres a lot of “its a lie” “that’s bullshit” people here but it’s a theoretical idea with some merit behind it. Take your heads out of your asses just because you read an article or 2 with biased opinions. I understand the company may have taken money without any results but sometimes
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    • James looking hella cute
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    • This DOES actually work. Mind you not how the inventors claim it does, it uses a combination of filters and replaceable liquid oxygen cartridges instead of mimicking the way gills function.
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    • And Star Wars and Batman and any other media that's thought of this concept.
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    • Okay wait theres another anime or show that uses that idea, they just plop rebreathers on. WHATS IT CALLED HELP KE REMEMBER
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    • From what I seen this shit is a scam to the max
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    • These have always been around, anyone seen phantom menace?
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    • We gonna ignore that Star Wars and I’m pretty sure James Bond also had these things
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    • Ok never really watched pokemon but am I mistaken or is that James in that pic. And if so why is James in a dress
      AMacik 21 sep
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    • Why is James wearing a dress
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    • It's bullshit
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    • Uhhhm star wars anyone? And I hope it's a working model cuz last time I checked it didn't work
      Remy127 21 sep
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    • Conceptual....
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    • It didn't work. It DID use oxygen tanks and people stopped believing in it. The reason something like that will likely not work is because fish don't have a blood system like ours. They have VERY little blood and require very little oxygen. Oxygen can be extracted from water but the yield is cont.
      FStudios 21 sep
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    • Nah this was the breather from Star Wars first
      Yalloyin 21 sep
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    • It was proved to be a scam and the company fraud
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    • StarWars Time
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    • Thunder foot did a video on these. Sadly they are fake
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    • Thunderf00t destroyed that.
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    • Thunderfoot: has entered the chat
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    • It just dont work like that. In air the Oxygen content is like 13% but in water the content is like a high of 5%
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    • #Spy Kids did it first
      Whyguy37 21 sep
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    • First off, this is fake and unachievable. Fishes gills are specially designed to ABSORB the o2 out of the water not filter it. While in theory it is possible to extract oxygen from water, if you breathe pure oxygen you will die in seven minutes. All of this is bullshit and it will never happen
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    • It was a huge scam tho lmao
      Toffue 20 sep
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    • Spy kids you fucking swine
      HongDong 21 sep
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    • b u l l s h i t
      GeoScream 21 sep
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    • Rebreathers weren't already a thing?
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    • i thought this was so you could breath in two choochies at the same time
      meowdox 21 sep
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    • You realize the utter difficulty of doing that? They have whole fucking factories that cost millions just to extract salt out of water. How tf you expect some plastic gadget to extract enough oxygen from the molecular level let alone any to let you breath. Obvi fake.
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    • This is a lie, It’s been around for awhile the navy seals have been using “rebreathers” for some time now it uses soda lime to filter the exhaled air converting CO2 into solid calcium carbonate so that the air can be recycled. The first prototype was built 1849 by a German.
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    • Except it doesnt work. It could never make enough oxygen for a human
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    • It was a scam
      jewcap 20 sep
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    • content not available more
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    • Ye this was an internet hoax from several years back. Not possible with the amount of oxygen in the water.
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    • These are called rebreathers and they already exist
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    • Didn’t work, stole lots of money
      cripto130 20 sep
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    • Where the thunderf00t watchers at
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    • I seen batman use it first
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    • If they make these actually work and make them available to everyone, that'd be pretty fucking neat.
      MsGoddess 21 sep
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    • Fake as someone’s love for me
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    • Star Wars did it first
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    • Star wars did it better
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    • Triton claimed that it could separate the oxygen out of water, and let only the oxygen particles through, but anyone who knows basic chemistry can tell you that water molecules are smaller than oxygen molecules.
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    • Isn’t hydrogen smaller than oxygen
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    • Damn my dirty mind first thought it was for eating 2 pussys at once
      Wheelie 20 sep
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    • Actually impossible. There are many videos out there on YouTube that break down the energy needed to 'pull' oxygen out of the water and it's ridiculously high. Like nuclear generator backpack high
      Zabway 20 sep
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    • Star Wars episode 1 Quigon and Obi use those with jarjar
      ScottyG12 20 sep
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    • Totally fake
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    • ReBreather
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    • y’all remember went squidward went up land ? lmao
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    • Make a small water electrolysis machine
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    • Do none of you remember phantom menace!!!
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    • Why did I think that was some weird sex toy when I first saw it?
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    • Okay, but why James lookin so good in that dress tho
      SomeLos3r 23 sep
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    • Did you know that water molecules are smaller than air molecules?
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    • Stick your dick in it
      GIMY 22 sep
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    • This was proven to be bs but they claimed it would filter out oxygen dissolved in the water but oxygen molecules are literally bigger than water molecules
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    • It was a go fund me scam.
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    • Its a scam. There isn't enough oxygen in the water to pull from to breath. A single breath of air would require it to filter 30 gallons of water
      Kraer 21 sep
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    • It would have to be absolutely massive
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    • This was already debunked however sooner or later, they'll make this shit a reality
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    • Star wars did it first
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    • Looks like some kinda sex toy you up your ass to me *
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    • That won't work. That right there is a damn death trap and has been proven to be s9
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    • Complete bullshit but hey, memes, yo.
      Hughbris 20 sep
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    • I thought it was like a kink bar
      Epsilon13 20 sep
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