- yellow light is huge in beginning
- yellow light is much more dim at 3:22 and red light on left wingtip is gone, also no steady white tail light
- steady white tail light at 3:45
- both wing tip lights and yellow light are gone at 5:07; only white tail light, red tail beacon, and wing tip strobes remain
This is absolute proof. There is no reason for a plane to turn off it's navigation lights as it gets darker (but leave the one on the tail on?). That's the opposite of what should happen, and is illegal. Where did that big yellow light at the beginning go? More importantly, what IS the big yellow light? Normal planes don't have those, and they don't hover. There was no wind at all. This "plane" should have fallen out of the sky.
P.S. You can see an orb of light fly past this impostor at 4:44. It was a little easier to see before I uploaded it to Youtube, but it's still there.
*PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE WATCHING MY VIDEOS*
The FAA requires all airplanes to have a solid green light on the right wing, a solid red light on the left wing, and a solid white light on the tail. These are called "navigation lights".
They are also required to have a blinking red or white beacon (aka "anti-collision light") on the top or bottom of the fuselage, although some planes have it on their tail.
Navigation lights, as well as strobes and/or a beacon are required to be on every plane (and helicopter), and to be turned on from sunset to sunrise . When they are not there, or they do not behave as they are required to, that is a good sign that you are not looking at a normal plane. Also, normal planes do not hover, or turn from a ball of light into a plane. Normal planes also are not totally silent, and don't disappear.