I read your recent article about how airplanes fly. I want to add my thought. Should we start as follows: A plane is on the runway. Air pressure at 35 pounds per square inch is pushing both up and down on the wings. As the plane accelerates down the runway the configuration and position of the wings (and perhaps the horizontal tail as well) causes the air pressure on top of the wings to gradually diminish until the difference between the air pressure on top of the wings falls ( in pounds per square inch) to a level where the pressure on the bottom of the wings minus the pressure above the wing X the total area of the wings in square inches surpasses the weight of the plane, then the plane lifts off.
If this is correct, then the question is what causes the air pressure above the wing to diminish. Maybe one factor is the inertia of the air above the wing which would slow down the air filling the partial vacuum developing above the wing.