I found a verry simple mistake in the Michelson Morley interferometer experiment. If I understand it right, both of interference patterns were the same, right? We have to take into account for two frames of refference though. One for a person observing from Earth, and one for a person observing from a stationary point somewhere in space. The interferometer experiment was made in the Earth's frame of refference which was moving, with the Earth, and there was no experiment for the other frame of refference. Classic physics also proves that this frame of reffernce will not show any difference in the interference patterns. So both theories can NOT be correct. If you now use the theory of relativity for a theoretical frame of refference in space, it will prove that both frames see the same thing (same interference patterns on the table), because relativity says that the speed of light is constant. This is not correct, however, since if we do not "attach" our selves to thinking that light speed is constant ie. fastest, the theoretical stationary frame of refference (from space for say) must show a difference in speeds from the two observation points. Classic physics shows this, if we use a slower speed. I have drawn a simple explanation of this on paper, using a traveling fly. If you want I can post it later, but it is really simple to show this yourself.