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    No way. Imagine waking up to find yourself floating in a sea of fish in your house...just imagine the cost to drain it, let alone repair all the damages!


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    It would be cool, but I would be scared of a leak as well. If you cant hold your breath for over a minute or two you would probably be dead if it failed.



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    Quote Originally Posted by nerdyrcdriver View Post
    It would be cool, but I would be scared of a leak as well. If you cant hold your breath for over a minute or two you would probably be dead if it failed.
    you don't reinforce and waterproof the bedroom.

    even if all that water came gushing through at once, you'd only be under it for a split second, if ever.
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    The glass is very unlikely to break. The house is available from the same company that designed and built an underwater resort. The glass is specifically engineered for it's purpose, and is surely incredibly thick. Short of a bullet hole from a very large caliber weapon, I wouldn't worry about it. About an hour from here there is the Oregon Coast Aquarium, and a place called undersea gardens. Same thing, submerged levels completely surrounded by the ocean around them. Not once has there been a leaking/breaking issue, and they've been around for decades.
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    I wouldn't I would just watch them all night


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