Then let's correct your information.I meant correct yourself again.
Of course we can have a discussion and disagree without calling one another derogatory names. I have, and I can. Can you? We can have a difference of opinion. We can have different preferences. We can have different likes and dislikes. We can have different goals. Different standards. Different cares and different concerns. As you've demonstrated, we can call each other names. We can cuss until the air turns blue.
Now, when the subject matter is proven scientific and factual correctness, the options are much more restrictive. We can be correct or incorrect, right or wrong, informed or uninformed, proclaim truth or spread false information. Proven facts, science, and exterior ballistics simply are what they are. They remain consistently the same yesterday, today, tomorrow. In spite of that, we still all have the God given right to accept - or reject, at least in this country.
I haven't expressed a position that your opinion is wrong. And I haven't called you any derogatory names. If I haven't expressed myself clearly, let me do so now. I have stated, and I maintain, that much of the Coriolis Drift related information you're presenting as factual in the attempt to troubleshoot and explain the causes of rightward drifting bullets is, emphatically incorrect. And you cant change incorrect information to correct information with your changing opinion(s). The incorrect information has to be changed, in order to correct it.
Your computations make a lot of assumptions vs what information we have been given to work with.
They are only correct if we assume the shots are fired perpendicular to the rotation of the earth.
That is why I asked him to get us a compass reading on the direction he's shooting so we have more information to work with.