Coriolis force

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God knows I am not a meteorologist, but the Coriolis force is very interesting, especially since it is considered an unsolved problem why it acts in different directions on the two hemispheres, the northern and the southern. Absolute theory would have an explanation for this. Ultimately, the southern hemisphere is upside down relative to the northern hemisphere. That means a left rotation in the southern hemisphere would be a right rotation in the northern hemisphere exactly like a mirror image. So it is a fact if Einstein's cosmological principle does not apply and there are directions in the universe, which the absolute theory assumes due to the reference point in the middle of the universe that the Coriolis force always rotates in one direction in the universe. Or more precisely, it would always generate more pressure with movement in one direction and less pressure with movement in the other direction in the absolute universe. Difficult questions can be so simple.