EXACTLY repeated frames in airline abduction video, down to the background noise

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I posted this yesterday and it got deleted, mods please let me know if there’s an issue.

Since this evidence has been buried yet again (posted by a different user) and people still argue that the frames are not exactly identical, let’s see what finding the optimal translation and zoom parameters does to the difference image.

See this post for previous analysis by another user.

These are the two frames we will be analyzing:

Frame 1083

Frame 1132

Method:

I found rough initial parameters by manually overlaying the second image onto the first. Then I used a brute force search to find the following optimal parameters:

Optimal x translation: 54.10526315789474

Optimal y translation: 16.105263157894736

Optimal zoom: 0.8597435897435898

I calculated the RMSE (Root Mean Square Error) between the two images and chose the zoom level which minimises it.

Using these parameters we can obtain an optimal difference image:

Difference image

We can already see that the two frames are basically exactly the same barring some noise.That already seems very strange to me, but it also seems like the background noise around the plane itself is repeated between the two frames.

Consider the area between the two red lines:

Difference image with increased contrast

The background between the red lines is completely black, suggesting that the noise patterns in this area match between the two frames. Indeed, if we go back and look at the original two frames and inspect the noise we can pretty obviously see that this is the case. I have increased the contrast to make it easier to see.

Section of noise from frame 1083

Same section of noise from frame 1132

What are the chances of the orb finding the exact same position relative to the plane in two different frames a multiple of the frame rate apart, while also having the exact same surface texture? If that’s merely by chance, then why do the noise patterns repeat between the two frames? And why only between the red lines?

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