Did some more critical research and you are right, we are being lied to.
Tennis ball spins and throws off water when wet, so if the earth was spinning then why do the seas not get washed into space?
I checked with John Mckenroe and a tennis ball spins at 20 revolutions per second, ignoring the hairs that hold onto water, if this was the size of the earth it would be spinning at 194,400 miles per hour.
If it spins at 1 revolution per second, when no water comes off, I checked, it would be equivalent to 9720 ,miles per hour.
The earths spin is 1000 miles per hour, so that is why rotational spin of earth does not dissipate the water;' just common sense.
You do the maths and I found this from Deepak Meena, Sailor at Sea _I_ Footballer at Field_I_ Engineer at Emergency.
[Earth has way more gravity pull than that tennis ball. At r = R, g = GM/R^2 and g' = Gm/R^2 are the planet's and Tennis-ball gravity field strengths. For Earth we know is about g = 9.8 N/kg. That's enough to keep thing from flying off.
For the Tennis-ball however, we have g' = Gm/R^2 So we compare field strength
g'/g = (m/M)
and g' = g (m/M) = g (1/5.97E24)
= 1.675E-25 N/kg for a m = 1 kg Tennis-ball.
That's less than 1 billionth billionth billionth the field strength of the planet.
And that's why the water rolls off the t-ball.]
And that is why we are being lied to by the scientifically illiterates who cannot add up.
As you can see, I really do not like being called arrogant or ignorant and it is up to you to prove you are not either by accepting the truth; a spherical earth.