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Old 09-05-2020, 08:36 AM   #11
rjr777
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Re: The Coriolis Effect

The Coriolis Effect is bs

If there was any effect bc of the earths rotation then riddle me this...

If a plane traveling from LA to New York is traveling 600mph and the earth rotates west to East at around 1000mph then how does the plane ever get to New York?

The answer is simple: the earth is flat and motionless; fixed and immovable

The plane gets there exactly the minute you expect it to get there using rate x time = distance ... thus there’s no such thing as Coriolis effect

The circular effect that appears to take place could be explained by having a circular disk like plane that we live on with north as the true center point and south being in every direction outwards from due north.
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