It's fascinating that you persist with this nonsense, but it's really starting to just clutter up the discussion.Mick, that's not glare you see on the Concorde video, it's a big cloud of hot air. You can even see it in the normal visual footage of a concorde takeoff
Look at this. Think about where everything is in 3D. Consider that what we see here is a plane traveling through air at over 200 mph we are looking down at it. We see two screen-aligned oval-shaped centered on the engines plus the heat from the plumes.
Let's make a 3D model, with one exhaust plume, spreading at an exaggerated rate. Remember 200mph plane, and much faster exhaust velocity.
To get something obscuring the wing, you need a ridiculous and impossible spreading of hot gasses outwards.
Not only is such spread impossible, it wouldn't even look like this, as the exhaust gases would not stop in a nice neat cone.
Not only that, by the time the exhaust is about one plane length (usually less) behind the plane at cruise speed it has cooled down to ambient air temperature as evidenced by the fact that it can form contrails (which also show you just how much the exhaust actually spreads, which is not a lot)
So what you are suggesting is impossible. It's glare.