You say I am off topic but then go on to repeat a fallacy I specifically addressed. No experiment can prove a model, no sound scientist would ever claim otherwise. An experiment can disprove a model but the best it can do in support of a model is to confirm that under the given conditions the model predicts an answer consistent with observed behaviour, up to a margin of error. An experiment consistent with a model to experimental accuracy today does not preclude a different, more precise, experiment being inconsistent with it tomorrow. Newton physics was concistent with all observations for 250+ years and then it wasn't due to newer, better experiments. An experiment can only be said to imply a model if the investigation is to compare and evaluate 2 or more specific models and one is falsified and the other not. Even then the nonfalsified model is not proven. So you saying some experiment was used to "prove" special relativity is a gross misrepresentation of the facts. The fact you continue to peddling such a position despite repeated correction illustrates you aren't interested in honest discusssion and finding out better sciencr, you are just grinding an axe. It shows you are dishonest.