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What if sound traveled faster than light?

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Default What if sound traveled faster than light?



Abandon some of the laws of physics aside for a second and think of the implications of sound traveling faster than light. For example, imagine turning on a light with a clapper. First, you would hear your hands clapping together, then the lights would come on and you would see your hands move together. Kind of trippy, don't ya think.
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