Heliocentric theory states that the Earth rotates at 1675km/h at the equator, 1049km/h in London, and 231km/h in Alert, northern Canada.
This rotation would cause winds of almost equal speeds on the Earth’s surface… The fastest wind speed known to man is a F5 Incredible tornado with wind speeds of 420-511 km/h.
But as no such difference in the direction of the tube is required, the conclusion is unavoidable, that in six months a given meridian upon the Earth’s surface does not move a single yard, and therefore, that the Earth has not the slightest degree of orbital motion.
The angles involved in these calculations are very small and thus difficult to measure.
If there were, nobody living below Greenland could venture outside. Sometimes there are days of no wind, sometimes a mild breeze.
The wind travels in all kinds of directions, sometimes changing by the second. Even more obvious is the fact that the Earth does not rotate under hovering objects.
Let an observer be stationed at each tube and the moment the star appears in the first tube let a loud knock or other signal be given, to be repeated by the observer at the second tube when he first sees the same star.You can demonstrate this lack of parallax by following this experiment devised by Samuel Rowbotham of Zetetic Astronomy.