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When you hear a jet plane overhead why does it seem to be in the wrong place when you look at it?

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According to Einstein's fourteenth law of relativity, objects moving sufficiently fast project time ripples, which distort the surrounding time-space, causing the effect of perceived time travel, in which the plane is traveling in front of the sound it makes, thus making you look in the wrong direction.

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