Seismologists offer explanation for mysterious aerial light orbs preceding quakes
Earthquake lights from Tagish Lake, Yukon-Alaska border region, around 1 July, probably 1972 or 1973 .
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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”
Since: Mar 07
#1 Jan 6, 2014
This one deals with the culminating effects just before a break & earthquake.
Also note the same deviating forces due to deforming crystals and hydrothermal fluids moving around crystal edges can continue for years to decades before a major earthquake which tends to produce a strong local charge.
This charge is similar to being under a thunderstorm anvil all day every day with the resulting effect driving the highly stressed local inhabitants gaga. Note that cases of gaga were reported in Gansu (china), several months before the Wenchuan quake seen in the vid 30 minutes before the quake.
Gaga (pre earthquake) has been ignored by a considerable number of research departments despite showing up in China, Pakistan & Los Angeles to name but a few.
Keep watching that space.
Have a nice day: Ag
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