The question "Does a credible Kármán plane reach escape velocity within 1 minute or does it follow the curvature of the Earth ?" was closed because it would have an answer from the already closed question "Is the definition of the Kármán line from Wikipedia right ?".
But none of the two answers there answered the first question.
The answer from @uhoh explains why there is no centrifugal force in this case.
After that he accuses me of playing with semantics because I use a literal interpretation of a part of the Kármán line definition that states:
The Kármán line is therefore the highest altitude at which orbital speed provides sufficient aerodynamic lift to fly in a straight line that doesn't follow the curvature of the Earth's surface.
Why should I not take the above emphazised part of the definition literally when @uhoh himself uses this part literally in this question to form an equation ?
So why should the first question be closed when there is no specific answer to it ?