Should we have a new reason for close votes which is "There is an inaccurate statement or a false premise in the question"?
We have a reason to close that says "needs clarification", but that's really not the same as an actual inaccurate statement or false premise in the answer.
To give an example, see Why do airplanes lift up their nose to climb? which contains the false premise "a greater lift leads to a gain in altitude without the need to pitch"
A lot of the beginner-level questions asked to this site contain a false premise like this. Shouldn't questions with false premises be closed until they are edited and improved? Otherwise they attract answers that need to waste a lot of time correcting the false premise, which would have better been dealt with in a separate question (like "Is lift less than weight in a climb?", which in this particular case has already been asked.)
Or would adding a close reason like this just lead to a lot of debate about whether certain premises are accurate or inaccurate? It might. I'd be really unhappy if one of my questions were closed for containing a false premise, when I was certain that it actually didn't. This is a bit of a sticky subject I guess, and I'm not here to argue strongly for one approach or the other.
On further reflection I'm starting to think that adding a new "close" reason like this would tend to bring a lot of debate on the veracity or lack thereof of certain concepts, into the Meta site. Maybe not such a good idea after all. But if a question had a really basic inaccuracy that virtually everyone with any understanding of aviation would agree on (and I don't necessarily mean the concept that I mentioned above), surely a "close" vote is not inappropriate, and it seems we don't have a good reason to give when voting to "close" for this reason.
Also -- as noted in this related question You're asking a dumb question!!1! -- perhaps even no matter how obviously wrong the premise of a question is, it is better to leave a constructive comment than to vote to close? The only problem with that is that if the vote to close is delayed in hopes that the question will be improved, and then it attracts lots of answers focused on fixing the problems with the question, then those answers would be invalidated (made irrelevant) if the question were changed. So that's kind of a can of worms too-- isn't it better to close the question till it gets fixed?