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Concept Designs for an Underwater City

Architect introduces 'oceanscraper' concept

Technology RealClearLife Staff

Belgian Vincent Callebaut has a designed an underwater skyscraper. These “oceanscrapers” would house up to 20,000 people; reduce our carbon footprint on the planet; and wouldn’t require fossil fuels, because they’d produce their own energy and heat.

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