Impressed isn't really the right word. It's definitely interesting and strange effect (just look at it again
), even if it is
your described mach diamonds from perfectly positioned fighter jet... which it absolutely is not. The fact that the object travels with them for 100s of miles, for over 30 minutes, is proof enough of that. It also "shone beam of light across the cockpit and fuselage" and "changes position".
So its totally impossible and absolutely absurd that an exhaust plume (or other light) from a jet is what we're seeing on this
very blurry, constantly in-out focus, low res footage of a light on a pitch black night that you linked above...of which there is no available radar plot or other measuring tool to determine what the actual relative position/ distance/ parallax is because:
It travelled in the same direction of the plane at around the same speed for 30 minutes, changed position and its light at some point reflected across the cockpit.
I think it's very interesting case and video actually. Whatever all these UAP turn out to be it shows that there are indeed very strange craft operating in the skies, in which no valid explanations (have yet) been offered. Secret military technology is definitely a viable option in UAP cases, but birds, balloons and standard aircraft it's clearly not.
Double back there...I did mention the option of a stealth aircraft earlier on, but other then that no, sorry not sorry, I don't see why the 2-go option has to be something out of the ordinairy such as " physics breaking secret militairy stuff" or "aliens visiting us"
And that's the core issue I have with the sceptic view, that all of the fuss on this topic; the congressional hearings and reports, pentagon programs, news interviews, claims of ET etc, is just catastrophic confusion over what's actually prosaic objects in the sky. I think that's a truly foolish and weak position tbh, with no evidence, flying in the face of rational thinking and not helped when the sceptical attempts to explain away the UAP in this manner are nonsensical and disproven (see Gimbal).
Extraordinairy claims (aliens, physics breaking secret tech) require extraordinairy evidence. Mundaine claims do not, the burden of proof is firmly in your camp.
other then that you are by all means free to be annoyed at my neckbeardiness and others
But as someone who's been involved and interrested in this topic from a young age and having been dissapointed a lot.. I find the position that this has to be physics bending secret goverment experiments or aliens a form of wishfull thinking.
but i'm happy to be proven