posted on Feb, 6 2014 @ 05:30 PM
The advent of better documentation and video cameras has changed that. For instance, just before the earthquake that struck L'Aquila, Italy, in
2009, bystanders reported flames flickering up from the pavement. Video and eyewitness reports also described several weird light anomalies during the
magnitude-8.0 earthquake in Pisco, Peru, in 2007. In one case in the early '70s, luminous drifting globes thought to be possible UFOs when they were
observed in Canada's Yukon Territory later were linked to earthquake lights.
I know these lights were caused by earthquakes; however, per the article:
That's because electrical current can flow from a stress buildup that could either be released in a catastrophic rupture, or gradually over
several days, with no quakes.
So, we don't have to have earthquakes for these light anomalies to be released, apparently.... just some sort of opening or rupture of the surface.
As can be seen from the Wisconsin article, the frost quakes certainly cause fissures.
Interesting that the lights were so luminous and drifting that they were thought to be UFOs.....
Am I stretching here, or can the earthquake lights also be frost quake lights?