Speed of a fly inside a car
Just a conceptual question: If a flying bee is inside a speeding vehicle, will it have to "fly" just as fast as the vehicle to stay aloft inside the car during the journey? It logically seems true but any thoughts?
For the sake of simplicity, let us assume that the windows are closed and no air can get in or go out (i.e. isochoric), let us also assume that the bee can only travel along a straight line (thus no random movements). Will the bee slam against the walls if it fails to comply with the speed of the car? Will the bee experience this and actively start flying ahead faster?