>>13929702>if atmosphere moves, then clouds wouldn't move
Ah yes, things that have different densities within a fluid cannot move within the fluid. This is why we see all fish, including many jellyfish which have no locomotive properties, completely still at all times. Isn't science wonderful?
Also, in regard to the absolutely correct statement about the plane, this is why if I'm travelling 100mph in my car, throw a baseball 10 mph forward, then any observers standing outside of the car will see the baseball go from 100mph within the car to 10mph *instantaneously* once it leaves my hand.
Lastly, the obviously true balloon statement is held up by the fact that if I'm holding a balloon and wind begins blowing at 10mph, and it begins flowing in front of me, if I start to run at 10mph in that direction, the balloon will absolutely 100% now be travelling 20mph, still flowing in front of me at the 10mph relative to my speed. Gosh, what don't globetards understand?