Real-life MacGyver High school student builds one-man SUBMARINE

Justin Beckerman has been inventing things since he was 2 years old, and this month, the 18-year-old New Jersey boy unveiled to the world his latest creation – a fully functional one-man submarine.

Beckerman, a high school junior from Mendham, New Jersey, built the underwater vessel from the lightweight corrugated plastic used in drainage pipes.

The nine-foot-long, 1,300-pound submarine, dubbed The Nautilus in homage to the first nuclear sub, can dive to depths of 30 feet, although the aspiring engineer has yet to pressure-test it in the water.

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