181) “Flights Eastwards with the alleged spin of the ball-Earth from Tokyo to LA take an average of 10.5 hours, therefore the return flights Westwards against the alleged spin should take an average of 5.25 hours, but in actual fact take an average of 11.5 hours, another flight time totally inconsistent with the spinning ball model.”
Yet another repeated claim that is contrary to observation. As I said in the last two claims:
Oh dear, we are back to this again. Mr Dubay doesn't believe that the atmosphere turns too, and doesn't understand what that implies.
I won't repeat the points covered before in claims 20, 21 and 22, claim 25, claim 27 and at tedious length at other points.
By the way, remember the coriolis effect - you know, the one whose effect on storms proves that the earth is a globe - does affect the routes aircraft have to take. this is well known to all flight navigators, and is yet more evidence for the spherical earth.
More on how coriolis changes flight paths: