When Brandon Glorioso told his teachers he was going to build a computer inside a fish tank filled with liquid, some of them said it would never work. Two weeks later, he proved them wrong, reports U.S. News & World Report. Glorioso, a senior at North Carroll High School in Maryland, is already playing games on his custom computer, which he built entirely out of spare parts he had lying around the house. The only cost he incurred was $94 for a 4.5-gallon bottle of mineral oil to fill the tank. The oil, which circulates through the system, is a


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