Test 1: Conclusions of MM experiment

Test 2: Which statements are impossible

A) As the absolute velocity of the equipment of Michelson-Morley-experiment (i.e. earth surface) is not known, the speed of light is independent from speed of source and speed of detector.

B) Speed of light might vary up to 8 km/s, but not more.

C) All reference frames, which have velocities of more than 8km/s relative to earth, can be excluded to be reference frames for light speed; these are for example an absolute constant universal reference, the center of the milky way and the sun.

D) As there are other experiments (Sagnac effect experiments), which show that the earth surface and all matter can also be excluded as reference for light speed, the speed of light is constant to all reference frames.

Answers according to modern physics (generally accepted): A) and D)

Answers according to classical physics (VTOE): None of the statements can be concluded by results of the MM-experiment.

Answers according to modern physics (generally accepted):  B) is impossible

Answers according to classical physics (VTOE): A), B) and D) are impossible

Discussions Michelson-Morley-Experiment

A) The accuracy has not been considered. So it is no conclusion from MM-experiment.

The proved Sagnac effect is based on the fact that the speed of light depends on speed of source and detector.

B) Would be a conclusion if it would have been written more precise: The speed of light relative to resting source and detector on earth surface might vary up to 8 km/s.

C) The earth as absolute constant reference system in universe for light speed  cannot be excluded, although it would be not logical and has a very low probability.

D) Einstein did this conclusion for his Theory of Special Relativity.

The scientific classical conclusion is, that there is another reference frame for speed of light than those which have been excluded by MM-experiment and Sagnac effect experiments.