Looking at some UAP videos, it appears to me that a few may display examples of gravitational lensing. Take for example the following lensed galaxy, LRG 3-757 discovered in 2007 in data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS):
It exhibit a near perfect Einstein ring. Now compare with the following at the 50:35 mark, especially between the 51:20 and 51:25 mark for a perfect Einstein ring: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nf7-ax7tVf4&t=2505s (Same video which goes over the RegicideAnon channel before it disappeared; can an expert decipher the parameters of the FLIR footage aside from latitude and longitude at the 51:20 mark?), and with the following UAP from Aguadilla Puerto Rico which appears to heavily lens from time to time over its trajectory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1qiZ_L8wX4.
When I look at the portal:
It looks to me like a perfect Einstein ring. This is of course not a proof that this is indeed one but it does look like one and I think this warrants further exploration. So my question:
Can we classify UAPs into categories and one such category could be the ones exhibiting gravitational lensing, if indeed this is what’s going on.