Is there a link to scientific Earthlight investigation? I'd be interested to read about the mechanism they think is reponsible. Is it just the reporting of Earthlights after an earthquake which is generally accepted, or is it the assumption that the lights are caused directly by the movement of the earth? This is what I have a problem with. I have seen a TV documentary concerning mystery earthquake lights in Wales(UK), where professionals investigating (i.e. policemen) reported that the lights moved as if they by their own volition. If it was a geological explanation for the earthquake lights, then one would imagine that they would be more akin to the aura borealis or northern lights. Why haven't these lights been filmed successfully, and attributed to geological activity? The eye witness accounts actually favour a crytozoological explanation of 'things with wings' which are bioluminescent. This might seem extraordinary to some, but it is a better fit of the facts than the 'natural earthlights' in my opinion. The national flag of Wales features a red dragon, after all.Not entirely correct. Earthquake lights are now generally accepted as a genuine phenomenon, as is ball lightning. The "ball lightning" produced in labs so far only vaguely resembles the phenomenon reported. For example, in the lab, a sustained energy source in the form of microwaves is required.