The first one requires a bit of visualization but is very difficult to explain otherwise.Three others are 99.99% certain bordering on the ridiculous. The density of the Earth has been calculated at 5,515 kg/m3 (whether accurate or not is unknown).This culture history theory, developed by Gustaf Kossinna, formalized the presumption that unified ethnicities, such as peoples or tribes, could be associated with archaeological cultures.
There are four pieces of solid evidence that heliocentric theory is wrong (that I know of).
Archaeological evidence is sometimes adduced to support the existence of an urheimat.
In the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, the prevailing belief was that languages could be reliably associated with archaeological cultures.
You would literally have to make stuff up to try and counter them (and they have! The density of air is 1.204 kg/m3 at room temperature, 4580 times less dense than the Earth.
A denser solid object does not carry a less dense gas along with it when it moves.