There has been a narrative that has run through a number of posts on special relaivity. It establishes the idea that LET (Lorentz Aether Theory) is an interpretation of SR (Special Relativity). I personally believe this is a false narrative and that there is at least one fact that must be established here: LET is not an interpretation of special relativity. It is a competing theory. If you wish to use the term, interpretation, you could say that LET and SR are two different interpretations of the results of the Michelson and Morely experiment, Fizeau experiment, life time of high velocity muons, accounting of electromagnetic phenomena associated with Maxwell’s equations, etc. We can cite extensive text from Einstein’s book, “Relativity” to support this view, but the prominent members of this forum should all be in agreement on this point. TheBC has already made this point in his last post, and for some reason his statement was ignored. TheBC was very explicit (and quite correct): “…and thus the ether definitely not an interpretation of SR.” https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=692720&page=4 post #62 And Fredrik has emphasiz...g for (compatible with) experimental results.