I successfully resisted the urge to call it Coriolis Farce.
The observation that the deflection of objects or substances (such as air) move right in the Northern Hemisphere and left in the Southern Hemisphere.
Not north or south but flung off to the right or left according to which part of the equator… blah blah blah.
The effect is an hangover from the idea of a researcher who lived between 1792 and 1843. A lot has changed in that time. But not in scientific theory.
Was he such a giant or was he just making an observation?
Ask yourself how far can you fling air?
If you can manage to contain it in a vortex ring you can blow it quite a few feet. Obviously to make it go around the earth you need to insert the vortex into a tidal stream.
But by and large air or any gas will expand and contract according to pressure laws and according to the laws of thermodynamics any heat generated will be free to leave the system pdq.
Air is thus a BUFFER against any flinging!