Although earthquake lights (EQLs) are considered a scientifically proven fact (Derr 1973; Ouellet 1990), and experiments have been implemented in the laboratory to try to explain their cause (Warwick et al. 1982; Brady and Rowell 1986; St-Laurent et al. 2006), a direct relationship between seismic waves and EQLs in situ has not yet been established. EQLs are an unusual luminous aerial phenomenon, similar in appearance to the aurora borealis, that appears in the sky at or near areas of tectonic stress, seismic activity, or volcanic eruptions. Here I report a time difference correlation...

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